Monday, July 14, 2008

La Maisonette


I took another little "web trip" overseas again this morning.

Oh, I might as well go ahead and say it...my name is Layla, and I'm a France-a-holic.

I found the perfect place to stay when we go there. It's called "La Maisonette", which means "small house" in French. Too cute!




The description reads, "...La Maisonette is a 350 year-old enchanting stone cottage located in the charming and historic riverside hamlet of Montarnal. La Maisonette is located within five minutes of the ancient village of Vieillevie which offers a delightful restaurant with a beautiful wisteria-covered riverside terrace, post office, café, and general store. The Cottage is also minutes from the charming mountaintop hamlet of Le Fel with restaurants, vineyards, a premiere ceramics gallery and tennis courts, and the medieval village of Entraygues-sur-Truyere is only 15 minutes away and offers full services including a village walking tour, shopping, cafés, post office, bank, etc. There are also several farmer's markets and festivals during the peak summer months. For wine enthusiasts, Le Fel-Entraygues is a boutique wine region with a handful of wineries to explore. La Maisonette is absolutely perfect for a romantic holiday! Nestled between an 11th century tower and a beautifully restored chapel, the cottage transports you to another time and place. You may choose to walk around the hamlet, picnic along the river’s edge, or simply curl up with a good book and enjoy the charming cottage and its views. The Lot River is just a short walking distance from the front door of the cottage for picnics, swimming and sunbathing. You can hire canoes, rafts and kayaks from Entraygues or Le Port and take a trip down the scenic river.


Here's the view from the Bedroom window:







Here are some more photos of it. Isn't it delightful?



















16 comments:

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HS @ Our Debt Blog said...

I stumbled here by accident, by I love the blog, I can always use decorating ideas LOL

Keep up the good work..

HS

Susie Harris said...

You know I stayed in a little place that looked kinda like that one... It's about an hour from my home here in Louisiana.. I posted about it in the beginning of the year.. I may have to dig up some pictures and show you... I hope you get to go there one day soon, smiles... Susie H~

Steph said...

Oh! Those pictures make me want to pack my bags, grab the passport and GO! Unbelievably gorgeous! I hope you get there soon!

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

It's rather enchanting. I'm waiting to see if a princess emerges...perhaps that would be you! We have a friend who visits France a few times a year. He is most fortunate that his mother resides there. Lucky duck!

Michele said...

Wait for me....I'm a Franch-a-holic too and I want to go with you!!! We could flea market to our hearts' content!

Layla said...

Well, I had to turn the Word Verification back on. (I'm sorry Rhoda!)
I don't want anymore posts from "Lottery Gambling" showing up, and I didn't like moderating the comments...too much work and not as exciting! :-) One of my favorite things to do is log on and read them as they pop up.
I hope that's okay with everyone. <:-)

Cathy said...

Love to visit your site.. you find the most wonderful things.

Cathy

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

Ahhhh. Perfection in a little french can! We stayed at a great chalet way high up the mountains above a little town in switzerland on our honeymoon...those pics remind me a lot of it!

So...when are ya going??

You've got a problem with lottery gambling posts???(wink).

Jill -Forever and Ever House said...

Hello! I gave you an award on my blog! Come see! I think that you will get a chuckle about my comment on your blog when you visit!! :o)

Good & Crazy said...

I was only just sent here by forever and ever house....

And I already hate you. Not as in real hate of course... fake hate, as in oh, you know?

That little house in france? JEEEEaalous!

DebraK from ~the Bunnies Bungalow~ said...

OHHH, I'd love to be there someday! It's so beautiful & cozy.


Love the progress you've made on your home....the kitchen is wonderful!
DebraK

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

Layla! I've nominated you for an award. Come on over to my blog to collect :0). Just wanted to add how glad I am that I found your blog. It's truly inspirational.

Brandon Darnell said...

What a nice house(ette). Being a Frankophile is just too easy when you have the chance to go there (either by Internet or plane).

I love the photos. They take me back there.

RH said...

Bonjour!
I'm one of the cottage owners of "La Maisonette" blogging from the gorgeous Lot Valley in France. La Maisonette is certainly an enchanting cottage situated in the quintessential French hamlet. We also have two other adorable cottages that we rent. Check our our website at: www.sweetfrenchcottages.com and be transported to another time and place!

Anne said...

Also stumbled in through serendipity, searching for images of old stone cottages. Glad I did!