The Domaine de Peyloubère is a 35-acre château
estate located near Auch in the heart of
south-west France. Self Catering cottages,
all totally refurbished and re-equipped, accommodate from two to eight people and Bed & Breakfast (Chambre d'hôte) is
offered in two suites of rooms in the Manoir. Guests have exclusive use of
the 40ft heated swimming pool as well as the health and fitness cabin with sauna, jet shower, exercise bike and ski trainer as well as a private garden and sunbathing
terrace. All this as well as 35 acres of woodland, lakes and gardens and lots to do and see nearby, makes
an ideal self catering holiday or touring location.
is classified as a 'Monument
Historique' by virtue of the fact that it was the home of the Italian painter,
Mario Cavaglieri for over forty years. Legacies of his ownership are the
frescoed ceilings in many of the rooms of the Manoir, the graceful Italian
garden and the relaxed, bohemian atmosphere of the Domaine.
The Martin family took up residence at
Peyloubère in 1997. Kerensa is now living and working in London while Max
has recently returned from China and is now living in Bath with his wife, LiuYing and daughter, Summer. The family includes Nina, a chocolate Labrador and Nutz, a Burmese cat,
firm favourites with guests.