Home sweet home... 


“Au P’tit Moissac” is a maison de maître, a manor house, its oldest part dating back to the 12th century. As far as we’ve been able to trace its history, we know that  in the 18th century a priest resided in this house. It was this man who ordered to erect the second part of the house, including the chapel.  Bearing witness to this are the original frescos in the chapel. Unfortunately, these could not be restored…  The house, fully renovated, has all luxury without altering its old and weathered nature. The walls are built in typically white Quercy Blanc limestone.  The combination of these walls, the authentic oakwood beams and the old parquetry or stone floors (terre cuite) give the house its charm and cosiness.  Moreover, the thickness of these walls (80 cm – approximately 3 feet) ensures a pleasant coolness in the house and its rooms in hot summer.  The ground-floor comprises kitchen and dining-room with fireplace. Here, breakfast and dinner are served when the weather doesn’t allow it outside.  A charming stone staircase leads you to the first floor, featuring the drawing-room, where you can retire reading an exciting book or enjoying a hot cup of coffee  by the crackling open fire, after a vigorous walk through cold winter nature.  We assure you: the moment you enter our house, you’ll feel at home. Home sweet home.