Number 1 on the Map
Renard House was originally the ground floor only. The one bedroom house has been opened up and joined to House Cadeilhan. It has a garden at the entry and it comprises one bright queen size double bedroom with ensuite bathroom, sitting room/kitchen with fire place and a small back garden.
Number 2 on the Map
Joined to house Renard, this is the first floor part with garden, front entry, and up the stairs you will find one queen size double bedroom with ensuite bathroom, a sitting room with floor to ceiling window and balcony which leads through to the second queen size double bedroom and bathroom.
Number 3 on the Map
House Cadeot sleeps 4 people with abundant space for guests. It offers a sitting room with fireplace, downstairs toilet, shower room, dining area and kitchen. Upstairs you’ll find two rooms: one with a king size double bed, and another with a queen size double bedroom, both with ensuite bathroom.
Reception / Number 4 on the Map
The blue shuttered house Antonin was once upon a time, a working farm within the village but now functions as the reception. Here you will find Anneli, the manager, who will welcome you to come and relax in the sitting room, use the wifi, ask any questions you like and generally make yourselves comfortable.
Administration / Number 5 on the Map
Number 6 on the Map
House Bartherote has an entry through the courtyard garden and sleeps 5 people, with a queen size bedroom and a triple room with 3 single beds, both with ensuite bathrooms. Also with kitchen and a sitting room that includes a marble fireplace and many Napoleon III antiques. Look for the angel dancing in the wall discovered during renovations.
Number 7 on the Map
As the village school in medieval time, House Filliat has breathtaking views across the valley. Entrance is through the beautiful white wooden fenced garden to the large sitting room, lounge area and fireplace, and has a king size double bedroom with ensuite bathroom and a double room on the left with a walk in glass door shower bathroom.
Number 8 on the Map
Chevrier is a bijoux first floor apartment. Located up the stone stairs, it comprises a queen size double bedroom to the right with ensuite shower room. To the left is a twin bedroom with ensuite bathroom and colorful contemporary art. From the balcony seated area at the top if the stairs, guests benefit from the best view of the main street and all its comings and goings.
Number 9 on the Map
Originally the village bakery House Tilladet has a large farmhouse feel with a big kitchen/dining room, perfect for large gatherings. The house sleeps 12 people: downstairs twin room with alcove beds plus a twin and a double bedroom with extra single beds, both sharing a walk in shower with separate toilets; upstairs/attic triple bedroom and twin bedroom nestled in the eves, sharing a shower room.
Number 10 on the Map
House Laboubaye sleeps 16 guests. Entering the long hallway you find art, a dining/sitting room with 15th century fireplace and the kitchen, and 2 double bedrooms, both with ensuite shower. Upstairs you’ll find 2 double bedrooms, both with ensuite shower, a spacious attic room with 8 single beds and double walk in shower with 2 separate toilets. A considerable house for people to enjoy passing time together.
Number 11 on the Map
House Cassagnet is built on the furthest corner of the village and stands alone on the ground where once the first castle stood. Its very special and offers vast space for the 9 guests it can accommodate. With an impressive sitting room with grand piano and fireplace, a large terrace, ramparts and bastion. The ceiling is an original 16th century celebration of Spring. Also, there’s a dining room, kitchen and a queen size double bedroom with ensuite bathroom; a single bedroom/library room adjoined to a large king size double bedroom with ensuite bathroom and shower; and up the spiral stairs a queen size double room, a smaller double bedroom and a bathroom; and an additional toilet downstairs.
Number 12 on the Map
House Preissac sleeps 6 people with landscape views from all rooms. Offers a sitting room (with stone arched windows and tapestry depicting the life of Henry IV); a king size double bedroom with dressing/ensuite bathroom; a kitchen and separate downstairs toilet; and an upstairs double bedroom with ensuite shower room, and king size double with bathroom/dressing room towards an upper terrace.
Number 13 on the Map
Located in the heart of the village House Pujol sleeps 3 guests. Entry is down the steps into the private sunny courtyard garden. On the ground floor there is a kitchen, toilet, sitting/dining room with fireplace and a single ensuite bedroom. Upstairs there is a large queen size bedroom and ensuite bathroom.
Number 14 on the Map
Once the house of the village cobbler House Jacob has a dining room with fireplace, a kitchen which opens to the back garden with a sheltered outdoor eating area. Upstairs there is a queen size double bedroom and a twin room, with two bathrooms and a terrace.
Number 15 on the Map
House Dastros was the house of 5 generations of mayor. With a staircase that leads to a bathroom, single bedroom, mezzanine and a king sized double bedroom, and has trap doors that where once the fridges. The kitchen has a beam dating from the 11th century and leads to the garden.
Le Cercle House
Number 16 on the Map
House Cercle was once the medieval Inn! The stories this house could tell if it could talk… Downstairs you’ll find a kitchen and sitting/dining room leading to a private garden. The upper level has a queen size double bedroom with balcony, and a twin bedroom, both with ensuite bathroom.