A newly renovated cottage adjacent to the main Las Razes (see listing 897796) with its 5* reviews. This Cottage has only just been made available to rent out in its own right. It can be rented with the main property or on its own. It is available all year round and can be rented on a long let.
The cottage is priced here as a two bedroom property - both double rooms with their own shower rooms. We are happy to let the property as a one bedroom cottage - please ask us for a price.
Similarly, out of peak season we can open up an extra twin room with shower room if required - so that the cottage sleeps 6 - price on application.
The Cottage has been refurbished to provide comfortable accommodation. It has a lovely covered terrace and small private garden - all the opening on to woods and the fields beyond. The accommodation is all on one level.
This Cottage is not let with a pool - but does have a couple of lovely hammocks in the woods. The Cottage is available all year and for long-lets. (Obviously - if the Cottage is rented with the main accommodation then you have access to the pool).
The Cottage has a lovely kitchen which opens into the dining area and living room (wood burner for winter) and then out onto a covered terrace.
This space is being refurbished during the winter of 2018.
Las Razes and its Cottage lie just outside of the lovely village of Touffailles and was created from an old farmstead nestled above a quite rural valley. Las Razes has a lovely atmosphere - it's somewhere people return to, feel at home at and find they can just relax and re-charge.
Touffailles is situated in a corner of the department of the Tarn et Garonne but close to the departments of the Lot and the Lot et Garonne, An ideal base for discovering this beguiling corner of the former Midi-Pyrénées, (now Occitanie) region.
Touffailles has a baker, a play area for small children, a large pond, tennis court, post office and very small grocery store (in the bakers).
Most of the markets and activities in France take place at the weekend, so it is a shame to be arriving or leaving then. Out of peak season we try to be as flexible as we can on changeover dates. The best thing to do is stay more than one week!
Thinking of a sabbatical in France? Ask us about a very long let!