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The house

L’Auvent is a ”maison de caractère”, a confortable cottage which has preserved authentic details like natural stone walls an authentic roofs.

L’Auvent is a detached cottage together with the other detached cottage Le Fournil in a open garden and both cottages have their own privacy.

The cottage comprises:

Down floor:
A fully fitted kitchen with dining area (dishwasher, refrigerator, washing machine etc.), a living room, bedroom ( 2 persons), a showerroom, a seperate toilet.

First floor: Two bedrooms of which one for 4 persons (2 bunk beds), the other bedroom for 2 persons (2 single beds). On this floor there is as well a showerroom and a seperate toilet.

Garden/ terraces
The whole garden has a surface of 6000m². Around the cottagethere is enough space with sunny spots as well shade under big trees.Away of the cottage you have speldid views towards Monflanquin. On the southwest you have a partly covered terrace with garden furniture.

The pool of 10x5m entirely is secured by a fence. In the summer the owners use so now and then the pool as well, together with the other cottage.


  • Independent
  • Local contact
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Iron
  • Pets welcome
  • Cot
  • High chair
  • TV
  • Internet
  • With swimming pool


location Click on image to open an interactive map

The bastide of Monflanquin (5km distance):
It’s in the beginning of the 13th century that the bastide of Monflanquin was founded, one of the most beautiful villages of France. A bastide is typical in its architecture, around a central square the streets are lined up symmetrical. The terrains and the houses have a rectangular shape and often the same surface. The role of a bastide town was of course defensive, but at the same time social, economic and commercial. The church is slightly out of the center, which could mean its difference with the authorities at the same time. The bastide of Monflanquin has been renovated in 2004 and 2005, preserving its origins and is ready again to face the coming centuries.

  • Rural
  • Meadows and woodland

Restaurants, food & wine

The wine
On the cross road of the wine areas of Cahors, Le Pecharmant, Buzet, Monbazillac or Duras you have the possibility to discover and taste the different wines.
Saint Emilion and the bordeaux wine area are at one hour and a half by car.

The table
You can discover by visiting the locals markets the merchands presenting their foie gras, the famous dried prunes of Agen or the hazel nuts, of which the capital is Cancon. In the small streets of our bastides you will be invited to join the french way of live.


For more information have a look at:

  • Near hiking trails
  • Near ATB trails
  • Near riding
  • Water sports
  • Flying and gliding

Further remarks

Rental and prices
Rental is from saturday to saturday. This cottage can be rented in combination with ”Le Fournil” and has then a total capacity of 14 persons. .

High season: july/ august
Low season: rest of the year

Final cleaning / Bed linen
The rental prices are including bed linen for 8 persons. The final cleaning is obligated, but can be done at rate of 75€.

Additional price info and offers

High season from 29th of June to 31st of August 2013
Low season the rest of the year.

Price includes

  • Bed linen

To bring by the tenant


Price exclusive

  • Safety deposit € 250.00
  • Cleaning fee (optional) € 75.00

Availability of 'l’Auvent'

Attention! Roeland de JONG has last updated the calendar on 04 May 2018

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Visited in August 2012

Net terug van 2 heerlijke weken in l'Auvant. Een heel goed huis, netjes en comfortabel. Vriendelijke nederlands sprekende eigenaar. Veel privacy en een heerlijke ruime tuin. Bij aankomst troffen we opgemaakte bedden, bloemen op tafel en een lekkere fles wijn. Attent dus.


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