Come relax in this bicentennial farm that dates back to 16me century. And which is built, they say, with the stones of an ancient medieval watchtower. Converted into four guest rooms and one suite, surrounded by a private garden with a large swimming pool. It is located on a hill with a panoramic view in the heart of the Southwest, the output of Nerac in Gascony, the capital of good living. You will enjoy the quiet of the countryside while being close to the old city Gascon, its attractions, shops, restaurants, entertainment and market. Rooms: quiet, comfortable... A new and discounts. Yes, our rooms have been revamped this spring... Floors, tiles, furniture, curtains, bedding, decoration. Our four guest rooms of 20m² each and our suite of 50m², standards Gîtes de France 3 ears, are comfortable, tastefully decorated and personalized in memory of rich royal past Nerac. The suite is called Henry and the rooms are named Margot, Jeanne, and Marguerite Fleurette. Each guest room has comfortable beds (140 to 160) and its own modern bathroom, tiled with shower, sink and toilet. One room has two single beds and can accommodate four additional people. This is our family room, room Margot. All rooms are furnished with an antique wardrobe from the region and an antique table with his tray of refreshments. (Tea, coffee, kettle). Housed in the oldest part of the property, the original house dating back to 16me century, the suite has two rooms of equal size: one bedroom with a double bed (160) and a living room with two sofas sofa. The shower, the bathroom and toilet are separated within the suite. We recently installed a kitchen in the suite. The guest rooms and suite have a separate entrance with access to the garden, pool and private parking.
Arrival time : before noon. Departure time : after noon. These times are flexible according to the needs of our guests.
Breakfast / Diner
Value for money
Susan, Kevin and Stephanie
Wolverley, United Kingdom
Have been staying here for many years
My daughter has grown up, spending many happy summers in Domain du Cauze, many hours in the pool and always looking forward to a midnight swim. We have met some lovely people here, of different nationalities. We love the walk along the lane into Nerac and spend many hours strolling around the town and along the river, stopping for 'refreshments' of different kinds. Issabel and Ken have always entertained us and always provided a warm welcome.
Home away from home
We spent a week at this delightful bed and breakfast. We found it very comfortable, homely and our hosts were very helpful in advising and directing us to many interesting sights in the immediate area. We look forward to a return visit.
Doonan, Qld, Australia
We will be back!
Were made to feel very welcome by Isobel and her father Ken. They were helpful with their knowledge of the area, restaurants and markets etc. They also made us very welcome at an impromptu BBQ. We liked the area so much, particularly Nerac, we plan to go back in 2013, but this time we will be on a self drive boat. My only negative regarding Domaine du Cauze was that the garden and grounds need more love, but the property was delightful.
Emma and Dan
Auckland, New Zealand
Relaxing countryside homestead
Isabelle and her father Ken were extremely helpful - picking us up from the train in Agen, offering advice about the local restaurants in Nérac and letting us watch the royal wedding in their lounge. We really enjoyed our stay and wish we could have stayed longer, however it was booked the next few nights. The lodging was comfortable and private, with a pool table and near to a gorgeous path through the local farms into the town. Nérac is a town we'd love to come back to, we're sure any future guests will feel the same way!
Arrival from Bordeaux: Take the motorway, A 62, direction Toulouse. Take exit 6, Aiguillon. Nérac is indicated on the exit sign. Follow the signs marked Nérac. Immediately after the toll-booths, turn right (D8). Take the first road right (D108), direction Buzet-sur Baise. Do not enter the village, but continue straight ahead. You will pass the Cave Coopérative des Vins du Buzet on your right. Three kilometres from Buzet, at the road junction Calezun, take the right fork, D642, direction Vianne, Lavardac, Nérac. The road circumvents the walled village of Vianne and runs through the town of Lavardac. After Lavardac, at the first roundabout, take the road to the left, D930, direction Nérac. Upon arrival in Nérac, follow the signs for Agen. Drive through Nérac and after about 2 kilometres, you will reach the small hamlet, Male, indicated by a blue road sign. The road splits into two. Take the left fork, then turn immediately left on the narrow road leading up the hill. There is a green sign Domaine du Cauze at the entrance to this road. The property is on your right after about 300 metres. Arrival from Toulouse: Take the motorway, A 62, direction Bordeaux. Take exit 7, Agen. Nérac is indicated on the exit sign. Follow the signs marked Nérac. You will cross two roundabouts and after about 4.5 kilometres, you will come to an intersection with the D7, marked with a Stop sign. Turn left. About 1 kilometre after leaving the village of Roquefort, the road divides into two. Take the road which climbs the hill straight ahead (D7). On the hilltop, you will pass close to the villages of Montcaut on your left and Montignac on your right. After a descent of about 1 kilometre, you will reach a Stop. Continue straight ahead, direction Calignac. On leaving Calignac, you will pass the Hotel des Palmiers on you right. The road soon separates into two again. You will see a green sign Domaine du Cauze. Take the left fork (D7). The road descends for about a kilometre, with the Château de Frandat on your left. At about 2 kilometres from Nérac, you will reach the small hamlet, Male, indicated by a blue road sign. Turn right at the road junction back in the direction Agen. Be careful! The turn is very sharp. Turn immediately left on the narrow road leading up the hill. There is a green sign Domaine du Cauze at the entrance to this road. The property is on your right after about 300 metres.