How far is the B&B from Villeneuve-sur-Lot??
We are 7km away from Villeneuve-sur-Lot in a little village called Casseneuil. Just fill in on Google Maps – Waze or Mappy “En Bord de Riviere” so that you will be guided by your favourite road assistant to find us.
Do we need a car to get around?
If you wish to visit several villages and the regional surrounding a car is highly recommanded.
If you come by plane you have car rentals at the airport. Or on demand we can organise your pick you up at the airport and you can rent a car in Villeneuve sur Lot close to our home.
Can we charge the electrical car
Yes at the end of the street you have a MObiVE electric charging station by downloading the phone application and by credit card payment you can charge 24 hours a day without subscription.
What's the nearest Airport to the B&B?
The neareast airport is Bergerac, where several european Ryanair flights are scheduled. Agen has a limited number of domestic flights with Paris as main hub. In Villeneuve sur Lot there is only an aerodrome open to public air traffic. It is used for the practice of leisure and tourism activities but restricted to the very light aviation.
Toulouse and Bordeaux Airports with it’s internation flights are only at approximately 1h30-drive from the property.
How is breakfast organized ?
Breakfast is included and served on a daily basis. You will start your day with a balanced continental breakfast with fresh bread, fruits, juices and other delicious local foods.
Can we take meals ?
Yes at all times you can consume meals in the summer kitchen, several intimate terrace spaces or at small dining space of the inside fireplace. You can opt for take away, a re heating, or cook your own meal in the common kitchen next to the pool.
South West ofFrance is under the influence of the Atlantic Ocean to the west, so the climat is oceanic and mild, but less rainy and windy than the Landes. It is full of Mediterranean tendencies seen it is tossed between the wet and cool Bordeaux influences and the hot and dry impacts from the Languedoc. From time to time – mainly in winter – the continental influence enters the game, bringing in its wake thick fogs. Ocassionally the hot Pyrenean winds sometimes add their two cents to this climatic partition.Never the less in autumn it may be subject of some winds and heavy rains. As for the snow, it remains very occasional and it rarely happens.