In the southern part of the Regional Park of Causses du Quercy (not far from the ancient sanctuary city of Rocamadour) where the Lot River follows a winding path, describing large and scenic loops.
Just inside one of them is the Mas de Garrigue, a building of the fifteenth century, once used as a hunting lodge and fortified farm and now converted into a full of character hotel.
The owners, Sarah and Steven, took care of the long restoration and arrived with 5 double rooms which offer travelers an example of Irish hospitality unexpectedly located in the south of France. You can then choose between the Saint Sulpice, the Montbrun, the Beauregard, the Laramière and Sailliac, sleeping in Latvian ultra-soft between stone walls, large wooden beams, antique furniture and windows that offer beautiful views. Given the setting and the photo with the snow, it might be a nice place where you can spend a short winter vacation close to stone fireplaces and frozen lakes.
Photos: Mas de Garrigue