This historic stone-built house is set between two stunning river gorges in one of the most beautiful and historic regions of southern France. The house is warm, colourful and welcoming, decorated with works by local artists and each one of the bedrooms has a private bathroom. There is a wildlife garden and woodland, with numerous terraces, all giving wonderful views of the Viaur river valley, whose waters are among the wildlest and cleanest in France. The medieval village of Najac is a few minutes away, and the village is close to some of the great historic sites of Southern France – Saint Cirque Lapopie, Cordes sur Ciel, Albi, Figeac, and the original 25,000 cave paintings in the Grotte of Pech Merle.
: Stephen Pope