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A Paradise For Outdoor Activities, Stunning Scenery, Wildlife and History
The bed linen is provided and the beds are all made for your arrival. A body and hand towel are also provided for each person in your group (for use inside the gîte). There are also mosquito/fly screens on the bedroom windows.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Pets allowed - We make a small charge of 15 € per week for pets.We make a small charge of 15 € per week for pets.
No smoking - Smoking is allowed outside the building.Smoking is allowed outside the building.
Max guests: 7
Minimum age of primary renter:
Lionel and Peggy Haines
- English, French
About Lionel and Peggy Haines
I am English and my wife is Irish. Although we have been together since 1983 we only got married in 2009 in preparation for our new life together in France.
Lionel and Peggy Haines purchased this cottage in 2009
Why Lionel and Peggy Haines chose Cantobre
We used to come on holiday to the region every other year for a long time and the opportunity to live here and make enough money to survive came up. So we have been living here since December 2009 and are enjoying every minute of it. Both of us love the countryside and the wildlife here and in between looking after the gîtes we go for lots of walks. It's a fantastic place to live, come and share it with us!
What makes this cottage unique
We are surrounded by countryside, both valley scenery and the wild "causse" land above the valley. Boredom is impossible here: we never tire of the scenery from our terraces or driving down the Dourbie valley to Millau. I love to go fishing in the beautiful crystal clear Dourbie trout river if only for "a walk on the wild-side", catching a fish is secondary to watching a beaver swim past or catching a glimpse of a deer or red squirrel drinking from the river while a kingfisher darts by! Peggy, on the other hand prefers having a coffee on dry land, meeting friends and watching village life in nearby Nant.