Manoir Coteaux

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18 May 2021  |  David Auckland  |  Holidays

The Manoir Experience - The Sunday Times

It is quite a while since I last had a foreign holiday, five years to be exact. Not that it has been a case of not wanting to, more an adopted state of inertia focused by a need to live within my means. Since giving up work, I have been living a modest, but pretty busy, life here in Norwich, volunteering at the local Arts Centre and writing music and theatre reviews for our local listing magazine.

Nouvelle-Aquitaine

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18 May 2021  |  Amélie Roca  |  Holidays, Pure France

Renting your house with Pure France in Nouvelle-Aquitaine

The holidays are fast approaching, and we are receiving more and more requests for rentals in Nouvelle-Aquitaine. Do you own an exceptional property in this area ? A contemporary villa, a chateau, a farmhouse, a country house ? Earn some earn extra income by making your property available for holiday rentals. Pure France is here to guide you smoothly through the whole process...

Maison Lamonzie

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17 May 2021  |  Thierry Brunot  |  Holidays

Maison Lamonzie offers holiday makers a warm welcome

This rural house dating back to the 17th century is entirely part of the Frais Vallon property. The farmer working on the domaine and his family used to live in the house until recent times. The last renovations in the house were undertaken to install modern day comforts while preserving authentic features of the building: its large stone fireplace, its oak beams as well as its cobblestone flooring (with river pebbles). These features are typical of rural buildings in Périgord but this quality and these dimensions are rare for a house of that size. The cobblestone floor, usually used to cover one-level buildings floors (the church of Lamonzie-Montastruc), it is very unusual for first floors except for some castles (château de Montastruc) because of its weight.

Château du Pic de Rigaud

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17 May 2021  |  Mary Weale  |  Holidays

Château du Pic with unparalleled views over the beautiful medieval village of Najac

Secluded on a hilltop giving unparalleled views over the beautiful medieval village of Najac, with its own heated pool in a secret garden, the attractions of the 19th century Château du Pic are obvious. Built in 1886 by the Najac born Rouquet brothers returning to the village having made their fortune in Paris, Château du Pic boasts the elegant proportions of the era combined with all the comforts of modern living. This truly elegant but comfortable home has been renovated to an extremely high standard whilst retaining its period features and is beautifully furnished; combining the luxury of the new with the stylishness of the past.

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Eye wateringly perfect, all the attributes of a beautiful home in beautiful settings and trappings. We say again, perfect.


A far cry from what used to be a working farm house. Little did the farmer suspect how wondrous it would become.


Modernity at its best - placed very carefully in stunning countryside. A modern house that is indeed very modern and panoramic…



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