Les Noyers (named after the walnut tree in the garden) is a very quiet, south facing, single storey, stone-built house with spectacular long-distance views of the Pyrenees and the surrounding countryside. It is situated in a small, very peaceful hamlet immediately adjacent to a small, equally tranquil village.

It has two bedrooms each with double beds, two bathrooms, a sitting room and a fully equipped kitchen. With the pull-out sofa in the sitting room, the house sleeps six, but it is more suitable for four people.

Do I need a car?

Yes. There is no way you could enjoy your stay to the full without one. Either bring your own or hire one.

Where is it?

In the Gers (32) Department of the Midi-Pyrenees Region in South West France, 90km (55 miles) north west of Toulouse, 150km (95 miles) south east of Bordeaux, mid-way between the Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts. The area is also known as Gascony.

Agen (20 km north) which has a TVG rail station and good motorway connections, and Condon (12 km east) are two larger towns within easy reach.