It offers calm and privacy with a view of the oak forest and the surrounding sunflower fields and benefits from a pool to share with the owners and a large private garden equipped with deckchairs and parasol and a terrace shaded wood with table
This former dovecote has been completely renovated while retaining its character with its original stone walls and exposed beams.
It has a modern interior with all necessary facilities.
Its area of 80m2 includes:
a large living room with high ceiling, a comfortable sitting area with a large sofa, a sitting area with a dining table and chairs, a TV with DVD / CD player (loan of dvd of any age possible) .
An open kitchen with oven, ceramic hob, fridge / freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave oven and coffee maker.
On the ground floor, a bedroom with a double bed 160, closet and bathroom equipped with a shower and sink.
Upstairs, a bedroom that can be used as bedroom with two single beds closet and bathroom with a shower and sink.
Bed loan possibility umbrella and high chair on request.
Parking available on site.
The shops are 10km.
The price includes linens, duvet covers adapted to the season and towels.
(Check in from 16:00, check out at 10:00. Thank you kindly tell us an arrival after 19:00)
Rates are for rental of the cottage only.
A deposit of € 300 will be refunded within two weeks after your departure
It is forbidden to smoke in the cottage as well as on the garden property included
Animals are not allowed.
Pool access from 10 to 19h
La Tasque is located in the Gers department of South West France (Midi-Pyrenees region) halfway between Fleurance and Saint Clar in the heart of a peaceful countryside.
You can find directions to La Tasque by clicking the attached Google Maps link
Numerous airlines serve the airports then car rental The nearest airports are Toulouse (76km), Pau (149 km), Carcassonne (170km), Bergerac (182 km), Bordeaux (203 km)
TGV from Paris to Agen then rental car from Agen
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