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Joel Mourgues

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The house

  • Quiet, rural area with some agricultural activity

This beautiful house is located in a rural setting in the hamlet of Bordes. It has grounds enclosed with plants and trees. The house is completely detached with the first neighbours at 500m. The house is spacious with a nice open-plan kitchen overlooking both the living area and the terrace. The terrace in turn overlooks the swimming pool. The house has 6 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This house in the middle of nature gives you the perfect experience that comes with southern France. The house has grounds of about 7000 m2. The property has a long driveway towards a car park, where several cars can be parked. From here you walk straight to the house, the entrance to the house is at the front with a lovely covered terrace. You enter a cosy living kitchen, with a big old fireplace (can be used if necessary), and a sitting area. Also located here is the kitchen and a large dining table. The kitchen is fully equipped and has an oven, dishwasher and washing machine. There are 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms on the ground floor. And there is 1 enclosed bedroom upstairs and a mezanine with a double and single bed.

Registration code

(MS)

Facilities

  • Independent
  • No smoking
  • Local contact
  • Suitable for large groups
  • Safe for small children
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Pets welcome
  • High chair
  • TV
  • Internet
  • Fireplace
  • With swimming pool
  • Private pool

Availability of 'Bordes'

Surroundings

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The house is located in the Lot department, formerly also known as the province of "Quercy", in south-western France. The department gets its name from the river that runs through it: the Lot.
This river is a 10-minute drive from the house, and is one of the cleanest rivers in France. You can fish for carp, catfish, eel and zander, among others.
For the more adventurous among us, you can rent canoes and kayaks in the various towns along the river, or take a trip on the river by boat. You also have organisations where you can book canyoneering and climbing tours, and there are several tree-climbing parks nearby.
Driving around the beautiful countryside, with its many valleys and rocky hills, you will come across many vast vineyards. Indeed, the house is located in the oldest wine region in France, covering over 4200 hectares and home to the red "Cahors wine" (Malbec), a wine with protected designation of origin (AOP). There are many wineries nearby where you can taste and buy wine on location.
There are many picturesque villages and towns to visit nearby. The nearest village is Sérignac, 4 km away. Here there is a small neighbourhood supermarket where you can buy all necessities and where you can order fresh bread every morning. There is also a cosy restaurant with a bar.
During the summer months, there is a nice food market to visit every night of the week. These food markets are held in different spots around the house. All within a 20-minute drive. At these food markets, you can enjoy local delicacies and a drink. Music is also played at each food market.
The nearest larger towns are about 15 km away. There is the medieval town of Puy l'Éveque, where you can do your shopping at a typical French market every Tuesday and Saturday morning. There is also a bank, pharmacy, large supermarket and tourist office.
The hustle and bustle can be sought in cities such as Cahors (40 km) and Agen (50 km).
As there are many places of interest in the region, we cannot describe everything (we can send a list on request), but some places that stand out include the Castle of Bonaguil (21 km) and the Castle of Biron (35 km), both castles from the Middle Ages that can be visited.
You can also make a day of it and visit the beautiful religious town of Rocamadour (100 km), classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the famous stalactite cave of Padirac, where you can take an underground boat trip

  • Rural
  • Hilly
  • Meadows and woodland

Restaurants, food & wine

Driving around the beautiful countryside, with its many valleys and rocky hills, you will come across many vast vineyards. In fact, the house is located in France's oldest wine region, covering over 4200 hectares and home to the red "Cahors wine" (Malbec), a wine with protected designation of origin (AOP). There are many wineries in the area where you can taste and buy wine on location. Furthermore, the region is known for their dishes with nuts and lamb. You will find this here in the many restaurants that often still cook in the authentic way. You can also find restaurants that introduce cuisine from other parts of the world here.

Activities

The house is located in the Lot department, formerly also known as the "Quercy" province, in south-western France. The department gets its name from the river that runs through it: the Lot. This river is a 10-minute drive from the house, and is one of the cleanest rivers in France. You can fish for carp, catfish, eel and zander, among others. For the more adventurous among us, you can rent canoes and kayaks in the various towns along the river, or take a trip on the river by boat. You also have organisations where you can book canyoneering and climbing tours, and there are several tree-climbing parks nearby. Driving around the beautiful countryside, with many valleys and rocky hills, you will come across many vast vineyards. Where you can enjoy hiking and cycling. Also, beautiful places like Rocamadour and saint cirq lapopie are not far from the house. There are also many great places to visit in the region. From the house there are several cosy villages that can be visited where in summer many evening markets are held, where you can buy delicious local dishes and wines while enjoying music.

  • Bicycle
  • Near hiking trails
  • Near ATB trails
  • Near theme park
  • Fishing
  • Water sports
  • Mountain sports

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Per week starting from

€900

Per week starting from

€900

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