|Property type||chateau / country house|
|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
The guesthouse (215 m2) is the second manor on the estate. It has its own entrance and parking area. The guesthouse has a large kitchen with dining area and all the conveniences and luxuries (a dishwasher, a large refrigerator (with deep freeze compartment), a 5 burner cooker with oven etc.).
Adjacent to the kitchen is a pantry and second work area. It consists of a second sink and counter, and the washing machine.
Next to the kitchen is the living room (10m x6m). This room is decorated in French colonial period.
You'll find here 3 comfortably large sofas next to the open (wood burning) fireplace. There are 3 double French doors which open on to the terrace/patio where you will find garden chairs, table and barbecue for your personal use and pleasure.
The guesthouse has 5 bedrooms. Here also is chosen for a romantic country style, which includes 4 poster beds with canopy. The beds are queen sized (1.60m x 2.00m).
The guesthouse has 2 bathrooms and 2 seperate toilets.
The "Le Peyrou" estate is a former vineyard that lies in a meander of the river "Lot". The estate is about 15 kms west of Cahors (549 km from Paris). On the "Le Peyrou" estate are 3 separate houses, in the centre of a beautifully designed woodlands park (almost 4 hectare large or approximately 10 acres) that is graced with centuries old trees and romantic country paths. Three of our homes are available for our guests: the 'Main Manor' (4 persons), the 'Guest house' (10 persons) and the 'House of the Guardian' (6 persons). Outside school holidays we can split up the guesthouse into 2 parts for 4 persons and a 'Studio' for 2 persons. Each home has a private entrance and parking area, which guarantees privacy. You can enjoy a walk around the estate, swim in the pool (6m x 12m), sunbathe on a lounge chair or enjoy a game of tennis on the tennis court. There is a beautiful view into the Lot valley in which there is an old fort that is illuminated in the evenings.
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Saturday is changeover day, but in low season we can be more flexible in changeover day.