On the heights of the walled bastide town of Vianne, surrounded by vineyards and forest, Gardette dominates the Baïse valley, looking across at the hills of the Garonne in the distance. Nestling in parklands of 8 hectares (just under 20 acres), the former dwelling, its outbuildings and the 17th-century dovecote provide a setting that exudes an aura of mysterious serenity.

The guest house was converted from one of the outbuildings and is intended to sleep four people. It comprises a vast living room-lounge with fireplace, two bedrooms, a bathroom with toilet, a kitchen with a dining area and a separate toilet. The terrace looks out on to the parklands.

You will find a welcoming, authentic atmosphere, punctuated with a touch of originality amongst stones, terracotta tiles, whitewashed walls and hundred-year-old beams. A harmonious blend of an age-old residence with contemporary home comforts, the layouts and decoration have been designed with your relaxation and well-being in mind.