Although you’re in the middle of the village the feel is quiet, even sleepy, and incredibly authentic. The stone house sits comfortably in a row of similar houses, on a small cobbled road just a few paces from an ancient stone bridge and a stone’s throw from a popular restaurant. Explore the church and original château and find a modern art gallery too.
A big kitchen has village views, a large fireplace for chillier months and a dining table for sociable meals indoors. In here you’ll find a welcome bottle of fizz, butter, jam and freshly-baked bread, and in the pretty courtyard garden there is a plancha for balmy evenings when you prefer to eat outdoors. The upstairs sitting room with minstrel’s gallery is a quiet spot for a read (there are many books) or to watch TV.
Sleep peacefully in large, well-furnished bedrooms on the first and second floor (one with an enormous bathroom, the other with an en suite WC) with lots of interesting ornaments and paintings.