Belinda et ses parents sont venus visiter Lauzanac début avril. Un « retour au pays » car ces Britanniques ont vécu sur Duras durant plus de 10 ans avant de repartir Outre-Manche.
Ils ont laissé un commentaire très sympathique sur le site Homelidays (très bon site que nous recommandons autant aux loueurs qu’aux demandeurs). Le voici:
« A fantastic location. We loved the animals,especially the donkeys and the adorable farm dog! The patio and it’s rural view were the perfect place to relax and when it got cold in the evening, we closed the shutters and lit the log burning stove.
It was too cold to use the swimming pool, but it was clearly well maintained and I would have been tempted, even in April, if the weather had been a bit warmer! The kitchen was exceptionally well equipped. The accomodation was very comfortable, with plenty of towels and bedding. The heating worked well and the house was warm.
As my parents are elderly, the only slight difficulty was the spiral staircase up to the main bedroom. On the other hand, it was very convenient to have a bathroom right next to the bedroom.
Wonderful bastide towns/markets/restaurants to visit within easy driving distance. Lots of tourist info available in the house. We would particularly recommend the Etape Gasconne restaurant at Allemans du Dropt. Don’t miss the frescoes in the nearby church if you go there! Duras castle is also well worth a visit. There’s also a good walk from the house up to and around a reservoir.
It was helpful and reassuring to have the owners living on the farm. They were very welcoming and friendly. Ideal for children, with stair gates, fenced off garden and pool. I would recommend it to anyone and we’d definitely go back! »
Wallace B. – Membre n°6335160 (Royaume-Uni) »
Quelques photos de ce dont il est question dans ce chaleureux commentaire. Merci beaucoup à Belinda et ses parents. Nous les accueillerons à nouveau avec plaisir.
Azam, Téquila, Le Pigeonnier et le Lac de L’Escourou.
Marché d’Eymet, Place aux arcades d’Eymet, Fresques d’Allemans du Dropt et Château de Duras.