Spacious gîte accommodation in the heart of the Normandy countryside.

Discover authentic rural France near historic Falaise, 45 minutes from Caen.

The property

Perched on a hilltop, with fabulous views across rolling Tarn countryside, Les Trois Pêcheurs offers comfortable gite living for up to six people. The house has been lovingly restored and retains many original features.

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Garden and Grounds

The property has a large garden, mostly laid to grass. Steps lead down to a large sundeck. Further steps lead down to a fishing deck. You also have the use of a barbecue and covered outside dining area. The garden and decks are sunny, but there is plenty of shade too.

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Lots to see

We’re about a 20-minute drive from the towns of Gaillac, Lavaur and Graulhet and less than an hour from such tourist must-sees as Cordes sur Ciel, Albi and Toulouse.

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From our guest book

The pool was a great resource for the hot days and the outside cooking and eating facilities were great. I enjoyed cooking in the kitchen too and we were all pleasantly surprised with how much seating you had in the living room – we were all able to watch tv together which was really nice. The bedrooms were fantastic and everyone commented on how comfortable the beds were . . . We had a lovely stay – thank you

We had a lovely vacation! Thank you for your hospitality and the lovely atmosphere from the horses. When we arrived we were amazed by the beautiful landscape and the houses. We will definitely come back. We had a great time , enjoyed all the facilities and there was a really good service – it felt like home.

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