Le Presbytere is a part medieval, part 18th century, presbytery set in two and a half hectares of the Lot valley (central and southern France). The house has been gently modernised, includes seven bedrooms (sleeps 14) three bathrooms and a generous 11 x 5 metre swimming pool with childproof fence. Modern kitchen.
It was once the main residence in St Jean de Laur and until a few years ago still housed the priest and visiting Bishops. The stone house has elegant proportions, walls three foot thick and a peaceful atmosphere. It is comfortable rather than grand and has most modern conveniences. It is our holiday home and is well equipped.
Cahors is a 45 minute drive away, Villefrance de Rouergue 20 minutes and Figeac 40 mins. There is a train link with Paris from Cahors but the faster TGV goes to Montauban, an hours drive from the house. Rodez from Stanstead is the nearest airport - one hour from the house. Flights to Toulouse, one and a quarter hours drive away.
On this website you can find more about Le Presbytere and the surrounding areas, and should you be interested, information about rental, and how to book.