Hotel le Grezalide
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... We enjoyed a walk around Beaulieu a very quaint town still decorated with strawberry bunting from the previous weeks strawberry festival. We are camping on an island campsite on the banks of the river with views of an attractive illuminated bridge. We have now travelled 1365 miles since leaving home a fortnight ...
... have spent ages just looking at all the different food aisles, spices and wine. Finally decided on quiche and salads for dinner and a bottle of champagne for 9 euros. A bit of debate as to whether we went onto Belcastel however finally found it on the GPS and it was only 36 minutes away. Another beautiful drive through many small villages and if possible the roads even smaller than before. Dropped ...
Did not have to rush today and was nice having a leisurely breakfast, really enjoying the marmalade that the owners left together with all the other food they supplied! Caught up with the washing and then drove up to Loze to get rid of rubbish in the big bins and on to Caylus to find a information centre and get some maps etc. of the area. Decided to visit Najac. What a stunning town set above a valley with a ruined Chateau at one end and beautiful ...
... had come. A lot easier going back. Many frogs in the water around the watermill filling the air with their loud chorus. The previous day we had spotted a young deer and was not sure but maybe a otter down near the water. Also saw lots of mole holes. Herbert the cat showed himself but not too keen on sticking around.
Dave and I were about to head off and see if we could find Craig and Charlotte when they ...
... much of the Chateau remains, with only the west wing still standing, it shows how grand the building must have been in its heyday. The Chateau was completed in 1535 and was built by Jacques Ricard Gourdon de Genouillac who wanted to build the Chateau on the site of the manor where he was born. The Chateau fell into disrepair and was sold off for demolition in 1768, with a local family buying the west wing in 1786, saving it from demolition. In 1901 it was ...