Le Grand Chene

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Sleeps: 10 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 4

Overview

Pool Villa/House Modern
Great Value
Sustainable Collection
Ideal for Kids
Pets on Request
Laptop Friendly Workspace Parking Space Romantic

In an idyllic setting in the Quercy region of France, this contemporary French farmhouse exudes style and sustainability alongside 18th century charm, close to the medieval hilltop village of Lauzerte in the Tarn-et-Garonne.

Le Grand Chene has been created by a San-Francisco based product designer who has worked with some of the most prestigious brands in the world. This project has been four years in the making with the primary aim to sensitively renovate a 300-year old Quercy farmhouse into a sustainable home fit for 21st century living.

With architects, designers and sustainability experts from California working alongside French artisan builders, the result is a unique abode which pays great respect to the farmhouse’s 18th century heritage as well as showcasing modern flair and smart technology. The solar panelled canopy above the swimming pool fully powers the property, the gorgeous garden is watered by rainwater in buried reservoirs and there are two electric vehicle charging points on the driveway.

Yet the charm of the Tarn-et-Garonne remains with limestone so typical of the region, exposed wood beams, elegant wooden floors contrasting a flood of natural light from newly installed windows framing the garden views and beyond.

The estate has been split into four dwellings, each one with its own entrance and stylish kitchen-diner. Starting off in the 2-bedroom house, there is a spacious lounge and contemporary kitchen, whilst the serene garden studio on the lower floor has books, objets d’art, an en suite double and a pretty south-facing terrace. Then there’s the 2-person cottage with its bedroom and dining space beneath the high vaulted ceiling. The fifth bedroom can be found on the lower floor of the impressive studio with its double height glass windows, spiral staircase and superb sociable air-conditioned space upstairs with a large dining table and huge Smart TV.

Everything here is the high level you would expect. Some of the furnishings have been designed by the owner himself, bedlinen is percale cotton from Paris whilst cookware and tableware has been sourced from premium stores across Europe. In the garden come across summer flowers, an olive grove and lovely valley views. Each dwelling has its own patio or balcony for your morning coffee or evening aperitif, then you can gather on the west terrace with its al-fresco dining table to fit every guest and high-end gas barbecue. The outdoor swimming pool, which can be heated on request, has ample sun loungers and a private changing room and shower.

This region of France is a paradise for food and wine enthusiasts – discover delightful Farmer’s markets in local villages selling walnuts, goat’s cheese, truffles, duck and other seasonal wonders and there are plenty family-run vineyards where you can sample local wine. The medieval hilltop village of Lauzerte, classified as one of France’s ‘Plus Beaux Villages’, is just 8km away whilst other historic gems within easy reach include Montcuq, Tournon-d'Agenais  and Puy-l'Évêque.

Cycle by the Tarn River in Moissac, sail along the Garonne in Agen and visit the famous Malbec-producing vineyards of Cahors, a beautiful town on the Lot River, home to Le Pont Valentré, a UNESCO World Heritage site. There are so many ways to truly embrace the authentic essence and natural beauty of southwestern France during your stay at Le Grand Chene.

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What you should know…

  • There are four units here – the Main House (2 bedrooms/1 bathroom), its Garden Level Studio (1 bedroom/bathroom), the Cottage (1 bedroom/1 bathroom) and the Studio (1 bedroom/1 bathroom). Please see the “Features” tab for details on the layout.
  • The swimming pool features a solar canopy which provides the power for the whole property and acts as a shade in the summer months. There are also two electric vehicle charging stations.
  • If staying with young children, take care on the stylish contemporary staircases in the main house and studio.
  • In the out-of-season months (October to April) the owner may consider letting just one unit by itself (with exclusive use of the grounds). Prices are on request – please enquire. 

This home is a part of our Great Value Collection!

  • This home is fully self-sustainable due to the solar canopy above the pool which is highly advanced and produces enough energy to power the villa throughout the night, heat the pool and even produce extra that is sold back into the local grid.
  • It is incredibly well-insulated, with Italian-made double glazed windows, thick walls and a thermal break to naturally maintain indoor temperature keeping you cool during hot summer days and cosy in winter evenings.
  • They are surrounded by - and support - local wineries and communities. If you explore by electric vehicle, you can use the home's EV charging port.

This home is a part of our Sustainable Collection!

  • This home is fully self-sustainable due to the solar canopy above the pool which is highly advanced and produces enough energy to power the villa throughout the night, heat the pool and even produce extra that is sold back into the local grid.
  • It is incredibly well-insulated, with Italian-made double glazed windows, thick walls and a thermal break to naturally maintain indoor temperature keeping you cool during hot summer days and cosy in winter evenings.
  • They are surrounded by - and support - local wineries and communities. If you explore by electric vehicle, you can use the home's EV charging port.

Property Features

Private Pool Child-Safe Pool Heated Pool Saltwater Pool Wi-Fi/Internet Air-Con Laptop Friendly Workspace BBQ Washing Machine Tumble Dryer Coffee Machine Electric Car Charger Smart TV DVD Fire Pit Heating Parking Space

Main House

Main Floor (with entrance)

-    Lounge with doors opening to two balconies
-    Kitchen-diner, well-equipped with doors leading to west terrace for al-fresco dining

Top Floor (via floating open-tread staircase)

-    Bedroom with large double bed, Apple TV and DVD player
-    Bedroom with large double bed
-    Bathroom

Garden Level Studio (on the lower level of the main house)

-    Private entrance with library
-    Open-plan kitchen-diner, well-equipped
-    Partially open bedroom (via two steps) with large double bed, doors leading to south-facing terrace and en suite bathroom with shower

Separate Cottage

-    Kitchen-diner, well-equipped
-    Bedroom with large double bed, desk and door leading to terrace
-    Bathroom with shower
-    Access to west and north-facing terrace

Separate Studio

Main Floor

-    Large open space with air-conditioning, two sofas, 96” 4K TV with streaming services and large dining table for 14 guests
-    Open-plan kitchen including Italian espresso maker, wine fridge, fridge and oven

Lower Floor (via spiral staircase)

-    Open hallway with doors leading to south-facing terrace
-    Bedroom (behind a curtain) with large double bed
-    Bathroom with shower

Outside Grounds

-    Heated salt-water swimming pool (6x3.5m, depth: 1.5m) with safety cover. Covered by canopy of solar panels
-    Poolside terrace with sun loungers
-    Poolside changing room and shower
-    Firepit
-    West terrace with table for 16 guests and gas barbecue 
-    Various other terraces
-    Garden (different levels and steps)
-    Electric vehicle charger

Facilities

-    Wi-Fi
-    Air-conditioning (studio only)
-    Underfloor heating (studio only)
-    65” 4K TV with streaming services (studio)
-    Apple TV and DVD player (in one of the bedrooms)
-    Sound system with Sonos speakers
-    Desk with Apple 4K monitor, keyboard, mouse and printer
-    Games and puzzles
-    Books (children and adults) and DVDs
-    Electric vehicle charger
-    Solar panels
-    Washing machine/dryer

Location

About the surrounding area of Le Grand Chene
Rural Location Walking/Hiking Paths Wine Tasting Cycling Horse Riding Outstanding Landscapes Outdoor Pursuit & Activities Tourist Towns & Villages Historical Sites
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In the Tarn-et-Garonne, Le Grand Chene enjoys a beautiful rural setting just off a country lane around 8km from Lauzerte, one of France’s classified ‘Plus Beaux Villages’.

If flying, the nearest airports are Toulouse (91km) and Bergerac (92km) whilst there are direct fast train services from Paris Montparnasse to Agen (43km) or Montauban (39km) with onward connections towards Gare de Moissac (22km).

Medieval Lauzerte (8km) dates back to the 12th century and is a delightful village with restaurants on its picturesque main square and a charming Saturday morning market. Pilgrims used to stop here and gaze at the gorgeous views from Le Jardin du Pèlerin – nowadays the village is on the GR65 hiking trail.

The small riverside town of Moissac (21km) hosts a wonderful Sunday morning market and is home to several small restaurants and the impressive Abbaye Saint-Pierre de Moissac. Hire bikes to cycle along the river tow path and admire the canal crossing the river via Le Pont-Canal Du Cacor. Outdoor adventurists can enjoy canoeing and kayaking along the Tarn, Lot and Garonne Rivers alongside water-based activities on nearby lakes, horse-riding, cycling and hiking.

The Quercy region is known for its rich gastronomy, wines and truffle-rich forests – there are so many fantastic farmer’s markets showcasing a wealth of regional and seasonal produce such as goats cheese, truffles, walnuts and duck whilst fresh eggs and other delights are often sold by the roadside. Visit welcoming family-run vineyards or venture a little further towards the Malbec-producing vineyards near the handsome town of Cahors (45km).

Other charming places across the region include Montcuq (19km), Tournon-d'Agenais (24km) and the attractive towns of Montauban (39km) and Agen (43km). Along the Lot, riverside gems include Puy-l'Évêque (38km) and even Saint-Cirq-Lapopie (70km) whilst the handsome town of Cahors boasts Pont Valentré, a UNESCO World Heritage site, alongside lovely shops, markets and restaurants.

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Local Amenities
Nearest Airport Toulouse-Blagnac Airport

(91km)

Nearest Airport 2 Bergerac Dordogne Périgord Airport

(92km)

Nearest Train Station Moissac/Montauban/Agen

(22km/39km/43km)

Nearest Village Lauzerte

(8km)

Nearest Restaurant Lauzerte

(8km)

Nearest Supermarket Lauzerte

(8.5km)

Nearest Town Moissac/Agen/Cahors

(21km/43km/45km)

Nearest Golf Golf des Roucous 9-hole

(20km)

Region

A relatively new addition to France, the Midi-Pyrénées was created to surround the cultural capital of Toulouse in the late 1970s. You might think that its relative youth would mean the Midi-Pyrénées is short on character or identity, but remember, this is France we’re talking about – the whole country is steeped in history and tradition. Encompassing parts of Gascony, Languedoc, the Gers and several others, you’ll get a varied slice of the whole French experience here, not least if you stay at one of our beautiful chateaux in the Midi-Pyrénées! And if you want to discover the best of what the region has to offer, our Midi-Pyrénées travel guide is here to show you where to go, what to eat and how you can make the best of your break with some amazing activities.

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Kids

Best Suited For: All Ages
Ideal for Kids Ideal for Teens

Children are welcomed at Le Grand Chene – there are toys, puzzles and children’s books whilst two cots can be requested if needed.

There is plenty to keep families busy across the gorgeous Tarn-et-Garonne region and beyond. From long walks and hikes to horse-riding and cycling. Hire bikes and follow the tow paths by the banks of the Tarn in Moissac, perhaps combined with a visit to the impressive Abbaye Saint-Pierre de Moissac.

Close to the pretty village of Montcuq, discover a lake with summer supervised swimming in the afternoon (usually around late June to early September) as well as a lakeside beach, picnic tables and a play area. Also check the opening days/dates or Aquazone, a fun inflatable waterpark here.

The lake near Montaigu-de-Quercy has further seasonal waterbased activities or find canoeing and kayaking along the Tarn, Garonne and Lot Rivers.

Baby and Toddler Equipment

  • Cot(s)

Kids Activities Close-by

  • Cycling
  • Horse Riding
  • Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
  • Tourist Towns & Villages
  • Historical Sites

Onsite Facilities

  • Children's books
  • Pool inflatables
  • Child-Safe Pool
  • Heated Pool
  • DVD
  • Toys

Extras

Oliver's Extras

  • Welcome Pack Included (wine and bread)

At Oliver’s Travels we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. From private chefs to babysitters we can help you arrange those little extras that make it a truly memorable holiday. Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team who will be happy to help. We can typically help you arrange any of the following:

- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Private chef/cook/catering
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off

Extras available at this property (payable locally):

- Mid-stay cleaning

Please note that all extras are subject to availability and must be requested in advance of the holiday (prices on request). Due to some rural/remote locations, not all services will be available at all properties. However, we will always do our best to fulfil your requests!

Oliver's Travels Chef Service: A Gourmet Dining Experience
Make hosting a memorable dinner party at your villa an absolute breeze with our superb Chef Service. Our chefs will take care of everything for you from start to finish so you can just sit back and enjoy the gastronomic experience. They will bring all the necessary ingredients, cook and serve the food and even clean up afterwards. To find out more visit www.oliverstravels.com/chefs

Terms & Conditions

These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.

Security deposit €2450 charged to client's credit card as a pre-authorisation at least 2 weeks prior to arrival and refunded two weeks after departure, subject to full inspection.
Arrival time 4.00 p.m.
Departure time 10.00 a.m.
Energy costs included? Yes.
Linen & towels included? Yes.
Pool towels included? Yes.
End of stay cleaning included? No. €450, payable to the owner via Oliver's Travels. This is for a standard changeover clean. Guests are required to leave the accommodation clean, tidy and in the same condition as on their arrival. Any extra cleaning, laundry, maintenance and/or rubbish disposal required will be charged against the security deposit.
Tax French Visitors Tax included.
Pool opening dates? Please note that pool opening dates are subject to local weather conditions and pool maintenance requirements and that cooler months may not be suitable for swimming.
Pool heating charge? Extra €200 per week (outside of high season, pool heating is not needed in high season), payable locally. Please note that like all heated pools, pool heating and water temperature are reliant on weather and outside temperatures.
Changeover day Flexible.
Minimum stay 7 nights (short-breaks may be possible on request outside July and August).
Smoking Allowed? Not allowed in or near the house/gardens/pool. It is only permitted in the parking area.
Pets welcome? On request only and with prior agreement with the owner. If accepted, a pet supplement of €200 per pet per week will apply (payable locally).
Other Ts and Cs Weddings (less than 100 guests) are on request only and subject to prior arrangement with the owner and additional charges. Stag/hen parties and other special events are not allowed.
Other Ts and Cs Air-conditioning is only featured in the open-plan lounge/dining space of the Studio.
Other Ts and Cs Two cots can be provided on request.

Rental Rates

Prices based on an occupancy of 10 people:

Rental period Weekly
May 27th 2024 - Jun 1st 2024 £4,134
Jun 1st 2024 - Jul 1st 2024 £4,823
Jul 1st 2024 - Sep 1st 2024 £4,823
Sep 1st 2024 - Oct 1st 2024 £4,134
Oct 1st 2024 - Nov 1st 2024 £3,962
Nov 1st 2024 - Jan 1st 2025 £3,273
Jan 1st 2025 - Feb 1st 2025 £2,756
Feb 1st 2025 - Apr 1st 2025 £3,273
Apr 1st 2025 - May 1st 2025 £3,962
May 1st 2025 - Jun 1st 2025 £4,134
Jun 1st 2025 - Jul 1st 2025 £4,823
Jul 1st 2025 - Sep 1st 2025 £4,823
Sep 1st 2025 - Oct 1st 2025 £4,134
Oct 1st 2025 - Nov 1st 2025 £3,962
Nov 1st 2025 - Nov 28th 2025 £3,273

Prices based on an occupancy of 10 people:

Rental period Weekly
May 27th 2024 - Jun 1st 2024 €4,515
Jun 1st 2024 - Jul 1st 2024 €5,268
Jul 1st 2024 - Sep 1st 2024 €5,268
Sep 1st 2024 - Oct 1st 2024 €4,515
Oct 1st 2024 - Nov 1st 2024 €4,327
Nov 1st 2024 - Jan 1st 2025 €3,575
Jan 1st 2025 - Feb 1st 2025 €3,010
Feb 1st 2025 - Apr 1st 2025 €3,575
Apr 1st 2025 - May 1st 2025 €4,327
May 1st 2025 - Jun 1st 2025 €4,515
Jun 1st 2025 - Jul 1st 2025 €5,268
Jul 1st 2025 - Sep 1st 2025 €5,268
Sep 1st 2025 - Oct 1st 2025 €4,515
Oct 1st 2025 - Nov 1st 2025 €4,327
Nov 1st 2025 - Nov 28th 2025 €3,575

Prices based on an occupancy of 10 people:

Rental period Weekly
May 27th 2024 - Jun 1st 2024 $4,885
Jun 1st 2024 - Jul 1st 2024 $5,699
Jul 1st 2024 - Sep 1st 2024 $5,699
Sep 1st 2024 - Oct 1st 2024 $4,885
Oct 1st 2024 - Nov 1st 2024 $4,681
Nov 1st 2024 - Jan 1st 2025 $3,867
Jan 1st 2025 - Feb 1st 2025 $3,257
Feb 1st 2025 - Apr 1st 2025 $3,867
Apr 1st 2025 - May 1st 2025 $4,681
May 1st 2025 - Jun 1st 2025 $4,885
Jun 1st 2025 - Jul 1st 2025 $5,699
Jul 1st 2025 - Sep 1st 2025 $5,699
Sep 1st 2025 - Oct 1st 2025 $4,885
Oct 1st 2025 - Nov 1st 2025 $4,681
Nov 1st 2025 - Nov 28th 2025 $3,867

Please note that these prices/rates are a guide only and may not be correct at the current date. For an accurate quote, please enquire.

Owner Profile

When did you become the owner?

In 2017, I became the proud owner of this property, following the passing of my father's wife. It's been a cherished family home since 1992. 

Creating a Sustainable Oasis

I embarked on a transformative journey, turning this property into a beacon of sustainable living. Collaborating with an architect from Los Angeles, I redesigned the house from the inside out. The result is a space that bathes in natural light and embraces an open, airy feel. Despite its ancient exterior, the house has all the modern conveniences like underfloor heating, modern appliances and premium fittings and fixtures. What's more, it's entirely self-powered, thanks to solar panels. Most of the furniture is sourced from renowned mid-century modern French, Italian, and Scandinavian designers. I am also a designer and designed all the beds, tables, benches, bedside tables and more.

What was it about the property that you first fell in love with?

The Charms of Quercy Vernacular 

What initially captivated me about this property was its stunning embodiment of Southwest France's traditional architecture, known as the Quercy vernacular. The buildings exude a delightful humility, set against the backdrop of the rolling hills of the Southwest countryside.

Are there any interesting stories in its history?

A Glimpse into History

This property carries intriguing stories within its walls. When my father first acquired it, we stumbled upon a hidden treasure trove in the cellar. Approximately 50 bottles of eau de vie, contained in hand-blown glass bottles, lay alongside an ancient sword and lanterns. These artifacts had quietly resided here for over a century.

Have you ever had any famous guests staying?

Our doors have welcomed notable guests, including the acclaimed architect Norman Foster, a friend of my father's.

For anyone coming to stay, is there anything you suggest that they really...

Must do?

For those fortunate enough to stay here, I recommend exploring the captivating region nearby. 

Just 5 miles away lies Lauzerte, a town celebrated for its medieval charm and breathtaking surroundings. It's rightfully considered one of France's most beautiful towns. Wander through Lauzerte's picturesque streets, where well-preserved medieval architecture enchants at every turn. Don't miss the central square, Place des Cornières, and the Church of Saint-Barthélemy. Indulge in the delectable local cuisine at Lauzerte's restaurants. Try regional specialties such as foie gras, duck confit, and Quercy lamb at my favourite restaurant in Lauzerte, Hotel Restaurant Du Quercy and the Restaurant L'Etincelle.

The Occitanie region is a haven for wine lovers. Embark on a wine tour and savour local gems, including Malbec and Cahors.

Auvillar, a charming nearby village, boasts a circular covered market and captivating views of the Garonne River.

Visit Moissac and its impressive Saint-Pierre Abbey, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

The region beckons outdoor enthusiasts with activities like cycling, horseback riding, and kayaking, offering a chance to immerse in the breathtaking countryside.

In the summer, the surrounding villages come alive with vibrant village fetes. Immerse yourself in local culture and connect with the community by checking local newspapers and billboards for event listings.

Cahors, with its roots dating back to Roman times, offers a captivating glimpse into history. Wander its charming streets to uncover the town's historical significance. The market on Saturday is a must-visit. It's the biggest in the region.

My favourite thing to do

The markets in the region are amazing, offering organic homemade and homegrown produce. My favourite markets are in Montcuq, Cahors, Moissac and Lauzerte. Go in the morning and fill up on great cheese, fresh organic vegetables, local wine, and local handmade ceramics and woodwork, then go and have lunch in one of the local cafes. This is France at its best!

Must see?

Montcuq: located about 25 kilometres southwest of Lauzerte, Montcuq is a charming hilltop village known for its medieval architecture, narrow streets, and a historic tower with panoramic views.

Saint-Cirq-Lapopie: A bit further away but worth the visit, Saint-Cirq-Lapopie is often considered one of the most beautiful villages in France. It's perched on a cliff above the Lot River and boasts well-preserved medieval buildings.

Cordes-sur-Ciel: About 70 kilometres northeast of Lauzerte, Cordes-sur-Ciel is a stunning medieval village with cobblestone streets, half-timbered houses, a Gothic architecture.

Penne: Located to the west of Lauzerte, Penne is a medieval village with a ruined castle perched on a hilltop, offering fantastic views of the surrounding countryside.

Bruniquel: Located further north, Bruniquel is known for its two castles, Château de Bruniquel and Château de Montricoux, both of which are open to the public.

Auvillar: This village is known for its circular market hall and charming streets. It's situated along the Garonne River, approximately 40 kilometers west of Lauzerte.

Puycelsi: Puycelsi is a fortified village with medieval walls and narrow streets. It offers beautiful views of the surrounding countryside and is located to the northeast of Lauzerte.

Must eat?

Occitanie is renowned for its foie gras, often served as a pâté or gourmet delight. The classic duck confit, is a slow-cooked duck leg acclaimed for its tenderness and flavour. The region is also known for succulent lamb dishes, such as roasted lamb with herbs or lamp chops. Duck cassoulet is a comforting stew with white beans, sausages, and various meats. Occitanie is also a prime truffle-producing region, enhancing dishes like omelettes and pasta. 

What insider tip would you pass on about the property or the area?

I love going to Emmaus, which is the French version of a charity/thrift shop. You can find all sorts of historic furniture, books, and local artefacts. It's like treasure hunting. The best one is in Cahors.

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Reviews

  • Belongs in Architectural Digest

    on 05/11/2023

    Staying at Le Grand Chene has all the charm and quiet of country living, but with a modern, immaculate design that belongs in the pages of Architectural Digest.

  • Very relaxing and memorable vacation

    on 16/10/2023

    We had such an amazing and enjoyable stay here, and really loved the mix of French country and modern style that runs through this stunning place, with every detail so well thought out. We stayed in the cottage with its gorgeous furnishings and art adding to the comfort and understated luxury; we had our own terrace which was perfect for morning meditation, reading and afternoon tea and a fantastic kitchen and dining area. The pool and gardens were great for the family as we love to spend time outside as well as eating al fresco, and the peace and harmony of this domain allowed us to unwind and have a very relaxing and memorable vacation.

  • A slice of heaven

    on 10/09/2023

    Le Grand Chene is perfection, never felt so relaxed and peaceful as I did here, the perfect balance of classic French country living and modern luxury, it has the remoteness I like but close to everything needed, with local bakeries just minutes away. It's honestly a slice of heaven.

  • Immaculate and serene

    on 30/08/2023

    We absolutely loved our stay at Le Grand Chene. We had a family holiday here and the spacious layout worked perfectly for us. Everywhere was finished to a very high specification, with wonderful collections of furniture and art.

    The four houses were fully equipped with everything we needed. The Sonos system, coffee machine and BBQ were big hits. There was plenty of space for dining as a large group both inside and out, plus lots of smaller, quiet areas for relaxation.

    The children loved the shaded pool. The gardens and landscaping were absolutely beautiful, even better than the pictures.

    Communication with the owner was great. The property manager who showed us around on arrival was very helpful.

    We are so delighted to have found Le Grand Chene. The whole house was immaculate and serene, and we would love to come back. Thank you for sharing your beautiful home with us.

  • A magical place to recommend

    on 21/08/2023

    The experience was amazing. The house is fabulous in design, equipment, quality space. The majestic pool was crucial with this heatwave episode. We were looking for calm and well-being and our expectations were met. The most decisive was the quality of the hospitality and the priority of the service and kindness. In short, a magical place to recommend.

  • I cannot recommend it more highly. AMAZING!

    on 01/07/2023

    WOW! What an EXCEPTIONAL property. The pictures looked amazing, but it's even better in reality. It was everything we had hoped for, and so much more. Le Grand Chene is the most stunning property we have ever visited - what a privilege to be the very first guests.

    We had great communication with the owner who very kindly allowed us to arrive early and left a lovely welcome gift. We were greeted by the property manager who gave us a tour of all three houses and explained all the technology including a top notch sound system.

    The attention to detail is just incredible. Everything is super high-spec, even the crockery and cutlery. Nothing has been forgotten about.

    The large, salt water pool is a dream. It was a lovely temperature and has a self cleaning mechanism so it looked crystal clear every day. Our kids loved it.

    I wish I could say more, but I'm running out of space so....this is an incredible property in the beautiful French countryside. I cannot recommend it more highly. AMAZING!

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