Stefaan and Dany will welcome you to their spacious guest room with its own entrance, lounge and terrace. Heated pool and solarium terrace. Stefaan, who is an artist, will open his studio to you and show you his paintings.
Bernard and Françoise will welcome you to their farm, where they provide an attractive guest room set up in a completely renovated stone annexe to their house. These Quercy-style structures date back to 1813, and stand on a working farm (goats are raised here). Peace and quiet guaranteed. The room is about 20 m², with 1 x 140 cm bed, private WC and spacious bathroom. Shady grounds, large garden, orchard, woods and meadows. Pets welcome by prior arrangement with the proprietors. Table d'hôte meals.
Stay in one of the 3 guest rooms in this group of restored rural buildings on a 65 hectare property, 2.5 km from a village and 7 km from Montcuq (shops and activities), in the heart of the Quercy Blanc amongst the vines on the plateau above the Lendou valley.
The old village school house dating back to the XIXth century is home to Christine and Philippe who receive their guests in 3 rooms each with a mezzanine, sitting room and exposed beams and stones walls. Private swimming pool. In-house meals on reservation.
On the first floor of their charming building in the heart of the village, Brigitte and Pascal propose 4 spacious rooms with private bathrooms and independent access. Peace and calm guaranteed with a garden and swimming pool.
Attractively decorated, spacious guest room within a typical Quercy-style stone-built house which enjoys a magnificent view over the countryside and the vines. Total peace and quiet and a warm welcome. Heated swimming pool.
Set deep in a 70 hectare estate in Quercy comprising truffle orchards, cultivated fields, a lake and a spring, this establishment belonging to the Châteaux et Hôtels de France group provides five de luxe guest rooms : "La Fontaine", for 2 people, "La Métairie" for 2 people, "La Cave" for 2 people, "Le Cantou" for 2-3 people, "Les Figuiers" for 2-5 people. Flat-screen TV in every guest room. Spring-water swiming pool, jacuzzi, gym. Helicopter pad. Internet access. Fine dining restaurant on site.
France discovered the charming village of Montcuq thanks to Jacques Martin's TV programme "Le Petit Rapporteur". The Mayor, Henri Dernaucourt, guiding Daniel Prevost around Montcuq remains one of television's great moments ! Forty years on, one of his granddaughters, Sandrine, having returned to the Quercy Blanc, has opened a guest room which she has chosen to call ‘Oh…P’tit Rapporteur’ in memory of her grandfather. Right in the middle of the mediaeval village, a comfortable, spacious, guest room tastefully combining the ancient and modern awaits you. Two extra people can be accommodated on a convertible sofa.