Two wonderful weeks at La Petite Maison. The weather was perfect, the pool temperature very pleasant. The peaceful and relaxed atmosphere at the cottage and its landscape, but even more the hospitality and warm friendship of Clare & Francis made this a perfect stay.
Although the weather was a bit indifferent, we had a great stay at La Petite Maison.
The gite is lovely and peaceful,very comfortable and equipped with all you could need….it was good to find details of local walks which we took advantage of.
The owners, Clare and Francis were very welcoming and helpful.
Would recommend this gite.
Whilst the rest of the world is getting used to the ‘New Norm’, we have just spent 2 weeks – glorious weeks – reliving the ‘Old Norm’! What a wonderful time we have had. Margot never fails to provide us with the peace and relaxation required to re-boot for the next year ahead in the outside world. It has been a strange and difficult year but the restorative powers of Clare and Francis’ little piece of paradise have as always worked their magic and been especially welcome. Thank you for everything, it was perfect. It exceeded our expectations and we had a wonderful time.
A short but again wonderful stay at La Petite Maison. Thank you Clare & Francis for your great hospitality and friendship!
Thank you Clare & France for a wonderful couple of weeks – just what we needed. The pool was bliss and such lovely walks all around! Thank you also for your invaluable and super helpful advice on our soon-to-be new life down here.
Its been a very peculiar year so far!! If it wasn’t for Covid we would not have been fortunate enough to have found and stayed at La Petite Maison – a gem of a place in wonderful grounds and a wonderful part of France.
See you next year!!!
Our first visit to your wonderful gite arriving on our 34th Wedding Anniversary after attending our son’s marriage in Lauzun the week before – Celebrations all round! We have had a superb week visiting St Antonin, Najac and Penne which are all amazing places to see. The highlight of the week must be time spent every day in your amazing swimming pool with the superb views. This idyllic cottage is the best we have ever stayed in and in a most beautiful area. Thank you Clare & Francis for being very kind & helpful hosts – especially for looking after our daughter-in-law’s wedding dress!! We very much hope to return here one day soon. We will both take home beautiful memories of our stay.
Another wonderful holiday at La Petite Maison in Margot. Extemely hot weather in our first week but the pool was there for cooling dips. We managed easy walks and enjoyed several ‘pootles’ in the car. As usual we barbecued frequently and ate plenty of salad but enjoyed evenings out the Moulin de Varen, Le Segalar and L’a Terrasse in Laguepie. Thank you so much as always Clare & Francis for a wonderful sejour chez vous and for going above and beyond. Next year can’t come soon enough!
Our first, and not last, visit to La Petite Maison. Simply, the week was perfect (apart from the cancelled Easyjet flight and our road trip via Portsmouth – St Malo-Dinard- Bordeaux!!) We achieved totalcalm and hardly ventured out at all, that will be next year. Thank you Clare & Francis for being superb hosts and great company for ‘aperos’. See you next year!!
Just a quick note to say once again a huge thank you for such a wonderful holiday. The Petite Maison was everything and more that we hoped for and we loved every bit of the holiday and felt fully relaxed by the end of it. Our journey home was good despite the distance and heat and we are already missing La Petite Maison!
This was our first visit to this beautiful area of France and we are so grateful to have stayed at this wonderful, peaceful gite. Thank you Clare & Francis for thinking of everything – your attention to detail was gratefully received. Highlights of our trip – Albi Cathedral – awesome inside and out and the audioguides are well worth the Euros 5 to fully appreciate it. Penne with its mad chateau perched precariously on the cliff top. One hell of a walk to the top but worth it for the view – wear sensible shoes as the path is quite steep and rough. Also Cordes sur Ciel and Najac – both seemingly lost in time. We hope that this will not be our last visit here.