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La Cordonnerie - Charmingly Restored Cottage with Private Pool near St Antonin Noble val, Tarn, France

Weekly Rental: From GBP 440 to GBP 875

5 (5 traveller reviews)

Property: Cottages / Gites
Max. People: 4
Single/Double: 2 / 1
Bathrooms: 2
Pets: Allowed
Pool: Yes

Description of Property

Owner

Contact Owner
Lina Goedkoop
Phone: +44 (0)1497 821987

General Information

Changeover Day:
Saturday
Sleeps:
4
Pets Allowed:
Yes
Linen Provided:
Yes
Towels Provided:
Yes
Wheelchairs:
Inaccessible
Parking Spaces:
Yes

Accommodation

Single Beds:
2
Double Beds:
1
Sofa Beds:
1
Cots:
Bathrooms:
2
Separate WCs:
Dining Room Chairs
4
Lounge Seats
4

Kitchenware Appliances

Cooker/Hob Fridge Freezer Microwave Toaster Kettle Dish Washer Washing Machine Tumble Dryer

Fixtures & Equipment

Iron TV Satellite Video Player DVD Player CD Player Internet Access WiFi Phone

Other Interior Facilities

Television, Sky (english) stereo, VCR and DVD equipment with a library of DVD’s and VCR tapes, WIFI, telephone, laundry room, washing machine, tumble dryer, iron and ironing board. Dishwasher, Ironing facilities, Microwave, Gas hob, Electric oven, Fridge-Freezer

Location Information

This Property is situated in Tarn, Midi-Pyrenees

Nearest Airport: Toulouse
Nearest Station: Montauban
Nearest Ferry:
Nearest Beach:
Nearest Ski Resort:

Owner

Contact Owner
Lina Goedkoop
Phone: +44 (0)1497 821987

Rental Rates for this Property

Rental Period Starting Date Ending Date Minimum Stay Rate Per Week Rate Per Week Day Rate Per W/End Day
- Nov 8, 2018 Apr 26, 2019 0 GBP 440.00
- Apr 27, 2019 May 17, 2019 0 GBP 540.00
- May 18, 2019 Jul 5, 2019 0 GBP 645.00
- Jul 6, 2019 Aug 23, 2019 0 GBP 875.00
- Aug 24, 2019 Sep 6, 2019 0 GBP 600.00
- Sep 7, 2019 Sep 27, 2019 0 GBP 485.00
- Sep 28, 2019 Dec 27, 2019 0 GBP 440.00

Special Rental Conditions

Special price reductions for 2 or 3 consecutive weeks letting.
For longer term rentals out of season (potential property buyers!) we offer good rates. Please contact owners.

Owner

Contact Owner
Lina Goedkoop
Phone: +44 (0)1497 821987

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Property Exterior

Private Pool (Unheated):
Yes
Pool Barrier / Alarm Fitted:
Yes
Shared Garden:
Yes
Private Garden:
Yes
BBQ:
Yes
Sun Loungers:
Yes
Safe for Children:
Yes

Owner

Contact Owner
Lina Goedkoop
Phone: +44 (0)1497 821987

Local Attractions

Shopping in the immediate area. A small "Epicerie/boulangerie" can be found nearby at 3 miles (5km) at Vaour, which also has a garage and on Thursdays its own very small outdoor market, handy if you have shopped on Sunday in St Antonin and are running out of food. Vaour dates back to the 12 th C and has the ruined remains of a Garrison’s building of the Knights Templars with spectacular views to the Pyrenees on clear days. We are also close to the pretty village of Penne, with its castle ruins perched dramatically above the river. Penne has a little supermarket, a very helpful tourist office and a large bar/restaurant with very handsome views over the ruins and the valley below.

St. Antonin-Noble-Val is a much larger town on the riverside 8 miles ( 13km) away. As well as a local center for rock climbing, canoeing and many other sports it also boasts some remarkable medieval civil architecture and an extensive sunday market. Here are a Carrefour, many restaurants and bars, tourist office, a bank, post office, pharmacy, 2 bakeries, a good paper shop, a cinema, an interesting museum and many artisan shops. Its colourful weekly market is well worth a visit. It is well worth to do a guided tour (see tourist office) in this town to discover many hidden sites, such as the former tanneries (leather) and the walnut oil mill.

The Department of the Tarn is a large department (starting with no 81) with Albi as the capital, and is a lesser known province of SW France. It lies south of the Dept. of the Lot (Cahors), south west of the Dept. of the Aveyron (Rodez) and east of the Dept.Tarn et Garonne (Montauban). It boasts stunningly beautiful nature, wild rivers and gorges, a hot continental climate, agricultural and touristic means of existence for the inhabitants. fabulous food and wines and many historic sites, towns and buildings. With an exceptional pleasant continental climate, our summers are extremely hot, our winters short and spring comes early, turning soon into full summer. Most days are windless, which, combined with cicada and bird sounds, allow that exceptional experience of stillness and nature. The most rain falls in April/May and as frost goes, january is cold. Late autumn is often mild with stunning colours on the trees. The vent “d’autan” is associated with wild gusts of wind, rain and otherwise unpleasant conditions, happening rarely and mostly for a few days. Fierce storms happen late summer, affecting the ADSL and internet connections. We have lightning protection on all our buildings.

Sports and rural activities
The area is attractive to lovers of nature and birdsong and in spring becomes a haven of wildflowers and orchids, we have heard the golden oriole calling from the trees in the garden and with luck, one can spot a hoopoe. Our region has a wide variation of landscape, from cultivated fields to the forest of Grésigne that is said to be the least polluted in Europe. Walkers can enjoy the many tracks and paths which lead off in many directions from near the house or use the Randonnée de Pays, of which the GR46 goes past the house on its way to neighbouring Penne. Spectacular views can be enjoyed from the higher points nearby Vaour.

The quiet roads and tracks are ideal for cyclists, with a terrain to suit the reasonably fit. The French roads are well maintained and car drivers are used to sharing the roads with cyclists, popular in this country of the Tour de France. Many experienced cyclists will want to bring their own machines and safe storage for these can be provided at our lockable “garage”. Younger children can cycle safely around the hamlet.

Excursions in our area
Belaygue is located at the midpoint between the cities of Montauban, Albi and Cahors and lends itself ideally to visiting the numerous and impressive medieval fortified towns such as Cordes, Najac and Albi as well as the Bastide Towns Puycelci, Montricoux, Castelnau de Montmiral and many others. These medieval “newtowns” constructed on the orders of the king, were modelled on a grid pattern and they usually have a pretty central market square.
Vaour is known for its yearly Festival of comedy ("festival du Rire") in August; nearby Penne has its romantic ruin; Bruniquel, Najac and Castelnau

LOCAL AMENITIES
Nearest bakery: Penne, Vaour, St Antonin Noble Val

Nearest supermarket: St Antonin Noble Val

Nearest market: St Antonin Noble Val

Nearest pharmacy: St Antonin Noble Val

Nearest bar: St Antonin Noble Val

Tourist information: Penne, St Antonin Noble Val

Owner

Contact Owner
Lina Goedkoop
Phone: +44 (0)1497 821987


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