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Welcome to the Lot where France enjoys rugged outdoor holidays
France where food is the concentrated messenger of culture
Bookings are now open for the current season
Grange le Potager offers: a 2-person gite - Gite Font St Jean available all year round. (Winter heating supplement payable)
Grange le Potager also offers: a 4-6 bed cottage available between May and October. The 4-6 bed cottage has full disability access. On the ground floor there is an en-suite bedroom for two persons, with disabled persons shower and toilet, open plan kitchen, living area, main entrance, all suitably adapted for wheelchair use. Access to the property from the road is all on one level.
There is no wheelchair access to the airconditioned first floor which has its own shower, toilet, living and bedroom area.
The grange is arranged over 180 sq m -- two floors -- of a barn first built in 1811 and renovated in January 2007.
Grange le Potager has extensive grounds that tumble down to a fast flowing stream.
Grange le Potager gite holidays in the Lot, France
Prices in Euros:
Gite Font St Jean
July & August €370.00
Rest of year
Sleeps 2 (not available for disabled visitors
Winter heating supplement €20/week).
Minimum charge applies to the Gite Font St Jean: equivalent of a 2 person booking per week all year round
€630 (4 pers) €945 (6 pers)
30/06/2009 -01/09/2009 €750 (4 pers) €1135 (6 pers)
€500 (4 pers) €750 (6 pers)
Sleeps 4-6 ( ground floor designed for disabled visitors can sleep 2)
Minimum charge applies to the Grange: equivalent of a 4 person booking per week except in Summer where full rate as for a 6 person booking applies
HOW TO BOOK:
1. Select your week in the appropriate season for
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Email your booking request which should contain dates required (Saturday to Saturday), full names of the booking party, full address, email and telephones and any special needs.
We will confirm dates by email and then ask you to proceed to Google Checkout (using the button and drop down menu options above).
ONLY ONCE PAYMENT HAD BEEN RECEIVED IN FULL IS THE BOOKING
Our prices are Euro-based and all payments not made using Google Checkout must be settled in
Euro. Google Checkout payments are in Pounds Sterling equivalent. Google Checkout accepts major credit and debit cards, including VISA, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. You may Google Checkout to make payment from anywhere in the world. We will email you a confirmation and full itinerary once Google Checkout payment has been made.
Ken Pottinger, whose home Grange Le Potager is, has lived in South Africa, Portugal, UK, Italy, Sweden, and France and travelled widely.
He is trilingual and has worked most of his life as a freelance journalist.
Today he publishes newsletters. His contributions have appeared regularly on BBC radio, and in the International Herald Tribune, Newsweek, Daily and Sunday Telegraph, among many others.
He offers three-day summer courses in
digital journalism for today's only global media - the Internet.
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The Lot is lots of the fresh outdoors:
Canoe the Dordogne
Hike the Causse
Trek on a Randonnée
Bike your own Tour de France
The Lot is histoire:
Explore history with the Grands Seigneurs of Quercy and Limousin see their magnificent châteaux at Castelnau and Turenne, follow the foot falls of Middle Age feuds
The Lot as Religion:
Rocamadour is a shrine on the great pilgrim route to Santiago de Compostela
Further south Cathars held out in the Inquisition.
In the 1500s Huguenots , Guise Control and Bourbons fought religious wars across the south west
Visit Martel in the Lot, named for Charles Martel who at the battle of Tours, or Poitiers, fought one of the decisive battles of the world. In the Middle Ages it meant that Christians, not Moslems, were the ruling power in Europe..