|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
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Oak kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine, oven and hob, microwave and large fridge/freezer. Shower/wc.
Living area with sofas and armchairs, satellite TV/DVD. Oak dining table.
Door leads to large terrace with BBQ.
Upstairs are three bedrooms. One double with full height windows (protected) and views across field to 11th century church.
Two twin bedrooms over looking pool. Bath/shower/wc.
The cottages are set in twelve acres with views across fields and woodland, tucked away at the end of a quiet lane and with no passing traffic. Faysselle is a haven of peace and tranquility. 4km from the local villages of Tayrac and St Maurin, and 20km from Agen, the capital of the Lot et Garonne. Grand Soleil (sleeps 6) is adjacent to the pool and ideal for parents wishing to keep an eye on their youngsters. Levant and Couchant are 50m from the pool. We have many reviews on a well-known travel review website. Of a total of 41 reviews, we have 40 Excellent and 1 Very Good. Please follow the link from our own website to read.
In light of recent adverse publicity regarding 'fake' properties for rent, we will be delighted to to give you reassurance and proof of how to check we are who we say we are! Our Trip Advisor reviews date back to 2007 and we are listed in our local phone directory (pagesjaunes.fr/pagesblanches). Please do ring our landline number to allay any fears you may have.
My husband Tom and I came to live it Faysselle in 1999. We bought in 1998, with the intention of moving from the UK in 2002, but didn't last that long. Every time we left the place, we found it so much harder to return to the hustle and bustle of South East England and eventually decided to bring forward our retirement plans to make the most of living in such lovely surroundings. It was the best move we could ever have made and our life here was idyllic.
Sadly, Tom passed away in October 2015, but I want to carry on offering guests the chance to have a great holiday in this wonderful place.
We have enjoyed meeting guests from all over the world, many of whom return time and again, and have become good friends.
Judy Chapman purchased this cottage in 1998
When I was young, I was lucky enough to be taken on camping holidays every year to France and have loved the country ever since. From about the age of 8, I told my parents that when I grew up I was going to live in France, marry a rich French man and have a Pyrennean Mountain dog. Well, one out of three ain't bad and I have got two golden retrievers instead! Tom and I had come to the Dordogne on a holiday once, and although we loved the countryside, we couldn't stand the hordes of people and traffic. We then came to this area only 1.5 hours to the south, and immediately felt we could make a home here. Rolling countryside, farms tucked away down long driveways, and farmers still using their tractors from yesteryear. It is surely rural France at its best.