Entre Rocamadour et Sarlat.
Maison Quercynoise, avec petit parc proche d'un petit village.
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Etienne was very welcoming and kind and his dog greeted us enthusiastically. We enjoyed our one night stay very much. The location is quiet and pretty (though not easy to find) and the room is a good size. The bed is quite soft and springy...not great for anyone with back problems...but the linen was clean. We appreciated the delicious breakfast provided by Etienne: good coffee, juice, toast and his home-made fig and apple jams. I highly recommend this accommodation if you are on a budget. It is excellent value.
This is as others say, difficult to find using GPS. My suggestion : approaching from D820 (Cahors-Souillac road) turn off at the hamlet of Peyrebrune immediately after the roundabout with the D801. Just after the café on the right in the hamlet, turn into the D51. Follow the D51 until you each a fork in the road immediately after a farm. The house is just after the fork (first house after the sign for the commune of Les Marlies). It's a '60s single storey house set in a large garden which is not overlooked and Etienne and his young boisterous loveable puppy were both marvellous hosts. He is a marvellous host who was unfailingly courteous, answered my many questions, shared many tips and ideas and as an ex-dairy man, vastly expanded my meagre knowledge of French cheeses for which my palate will be eternally grateful. The house shows its age but its plus points are (1) location (2) the rural peaceful surroundings where the shriek of the owls and birdsong during the day are a constant delightful accompaniment (3) the wonderful comfortable bed. I would simply add that non-polemically lovers may struggle to appreciate a loving playful puppy who was mostly an utter delight but I can easily see how more nervous folks may find it wearing. I used this as a base to do day trips to the Périgord Noir & Poupre, the Aveyron and Rouergue, and the not to be missed Moissac with the striking Romanesque abbey church of St Pierre and the many UNESCO heritage sites, bastide towns which changed hands regularly during the Hundred Years War, pilgrimage stops along the Camino/Pilgrims Way, the many 'plus beaux villages de France' and the delightful unspoilt Bouriane area in which the house sits.