The cottage from the poolPool and view from the cottage
Farmhouse at Petrou

Departamento o casa entera

1 huésped

1 dormitorio

1 cama
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Adultos
1
Indica el número de niños.
Niños
De 2 a 12
0
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Bebés
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Máximo permitido de huéspedes: 1. Los bebés no suman en el recuento.
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Pétrou is a one bedroom centuries-old cottage, under the branches of a huge spreading oak tree. It has been converted into a modern, warm and comfortable place for two. The well-equipped and cosy property, with pool, is available throughout the

El lugar

Pétrou is set on 10 acres of land, with a 10 by 5 metre swimming pool, hidden in rolling hills between the villages of Catus and Uzech in the wine country of Cahors. It is located in the Quercy Region, at the height of land between the Lot and Dordogne Rivers. It's a beautiful, sunny and warm spot with fabulous views of the rolling countryside. There is a large roofed terrace with a gas barbecue.

Disponible para huéspedes

Guests are welcome in virtually all of our land.

Atención a los huéspedes

I live in the nearby house and am available to help you find your way to visit all the attractions in the region.

Otros aspectos destacables

Pétrou, has its own nearby village gourmet cafe and potteries. It is 25 kilometres north of the Gallo-Roman city of Cahors, now part of a World Heritage Site, and 40 kilometres southwest of the cliff hanging heritage site of Rocamadour.

It is easy driving to the many beautiful villages, castles and châteaux of the Perigord to the north and west. The town of Catus is seven kilometres (10 minutes) away, where tennis, fishing, boating, and lake swimming are available. The town has many facilities and services, including a gourmet restaurant, lakeside cafes, a pizzaria, newspapers, food stores, doctors, a pharmacy, and a post office.

There are many other cultural attractions in the Lot and Dordogne valleys, including the fortified (or bastide) villages of the region of Midi-Pyrénées. There are many vineyards on the nearby farms, as well as in the valleys.

Pétrou is close to the major medieval pilgrimage route, and World Heritage Site, which leads across southern Europe to Santiago de Compostela in Spain, the burial place of St. James; a route dotted with gems of Christian heritage. A map of the many local attractions for visitors is provided in Pétrou. There's no shortage of things to do, including golfing, swimming, rock climbing, caving, painting, hiking and cycling. The Lot and Dordogne Rivers have boat tours, rental boats and canoes... or just relax by the pool.


El lugar
Capacidad: 1
Baños: 1
Tipo de cama: Cama
Dormitorios: 1
Camas: 1
Tiene mascotas: Dog(s)
Tipo de habitación: Departamento o casa entera

Servicios
Cocina
TV
Calefacción
Lavadora

Reglas de la casa

HOUSE RULES

All to bed by 9.30 (your choice whether that is AM or PM)

Bedroom windows open at night , please, at least a little bit to listen to the night passing by

All out of bed for family breakfast and no-one to eat until the last is pulled from bed

You are expected to get up later and later each morning; the peace of this place is the cause.

At least part of each day beside the pool

Into the pool everyday, once at least in the morning and once in the evening: no exceptions! Consideration of charging for the non-use of the pool is on the cards!

Buy fresh bread daily from a local bakery. Assign the job of “baguette fairy” the night before to a driver to bring back bread and fresh croissants for everyone.

10 minutes weeding and 10 minutes watering of flower beds each day and then each hug a tree

Walk down to the corner and back each evening after supper. These walks are to be extended further and further during your stay. Alternative routes are acceptable. Stars, glow worms and fireflies can guide your way after the sun has set.

Watch the TV weather forecast on Channel 3 at about 7.20 pm or 8.00 pm. It is sometimes more-or-less accurate.

All lights in the night sky count as stars, comets, satellites or aircraft. Keep a count. Bats, owls, etc count as other identified “beings”.

If you hear bleating or sheep bells, count yourself very lucky: they are about a kilometre or two away to the south and west on the other side of the valley. You will hear a donkey sometimes from about a kilometre away to the northwest.

Sit quietly near the pool without moving, or making yourselves obvious, may result in the deer and/or wild boar appearing at the bottom of the field.

Grumbles to be left here and good memories to be taken home at the end of the stay here: no exceptions!


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Funciones de seguridad
Detector de humo
Botiquín
Extintor de incendios

Disponibilidad
Estancia mínima de 1 noche

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Se registró en Abril 2016
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