Grand Pailley Bas is a large former farmhouse sitting in approximately two acres of grounds surrounded by sunflowers, wheat fields and prune orchards and has unique 360 degree panoramic views of the valley it sits in.
The area is rural and offers holidaymakers complete peace and tranquility.
The farmhouse is split into two, with the Gîte accommodation at the front of the farmhouse and us residing on site at the back of the property with our own entrance.
We are on hand, should you need us, but if not, you will have total privacy.
The Gîte has three double bedrooms, one of which is en-suite and the other two share a large bathroom with both bath and shower facilities.
You will sleep in complete comfort as the two larger bedrooms offer six foot superking zip divans (which can be split into singles, should you prefer) and the smaller room a five foot king size bed.
The Gîte has its own lounge and dining area and there is well equiped kitchen. In the lounge there a UK Freesat TV with DVD player and free fast satellite wi-fi broadband.
To the front, there is a large garden laid to grass with a BBQ area, a large wrap around terrace and a 8 x 4 metre swimming pool for your exclusive use.
On the terrace is a fully stocked 'honesty' bar to help you relax.
"They proved to be wonderful hosts. Most of the time you didn’t know they were there, unless it was to clean the pool or check that we were OK, or to offer suggestions of where to visit"
Everywhere in the region you will find quiet roads, fields of sunflowers, traditional Bastide towns, small picturesque villages, vineyards - as we are in the Côtes de Duras region, and orchards of plum trees grown for the delicious Pruneaux d'Agen, a local speciality.
Where in Aquitaine are we?
Grand Pailley Bas is situated 3 miles from Allemans-du-Dropt, in the Pays de Lauzun between Duras and Marmande, Lot-et-Garonne, 10 miles South of the border with the Dordogne and Eymet, 26 miles from Bergerac Airport, and 55 miles due east of Bordeaux, City Cente, 70 miles from Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport.
Close by are:
Allemans-du-Dropt - Situated on the banks of the Dropt River, Allemans-du-Dropt contains a few notable monuments of interest including the Church of Saint Eutrope dating from the 10th century, although unremarkable from the outside, inside the walls are covered with many 15th century frescoes. There are a number of local shops in Allemans, including butcher, baker, bar, restaurant and post office.
Duras - Just 10 miles away and originally built in the 12th century, the Chateau of Duras is well worth a visit. There are several good restaurants in Duras, and for wine lovers the exhibition and shop at the Maison des Vignerons is a must, and the chocolate factory on the outskirts is a real treat!
Miramont-de-Guyenne - 5 miles away, this Bastide town has a very French market on Mondays and has a number of supermarkets, shops, banks, bars and restaurants.
Within a 70 mile radius we have the historic towns of Sarlat to the East, Bordeaux to the west and we are surrounded by many Bastide towns.
The epicentre of the world’s finest red wines, St. Emilion, is just over 40 miles away.