Gites in Le-Petit-Pressigny and Houses – Holiday Lettings - Holiday Rentals Le-Petit-Pressigny
Le Martinet - Self-Catering Cottage Cottage at Gites de La Richardiere.
Beautifully located. Very comfortable accommodation. Delightful pool and facilities. Brilliant hosts.
We've stayed in this are of France 4 times now over the past ten years and now we've discovered La Richardiere we expect we'll be coming again. There's such a range of activities for all ages and for all tastes. It's far enough south to get good hot weather but not so far that you're exhausted from the drive down. Visit the Loire chateaux, seek out all the different markets, drive (or cycle) into the Brenne national park, canoe/kayak the river Creuse, get spoilt for dining choice in Loches (or elsewhere of course!) or just take it very easy in the ample grounds of La Richardiere.
L'Hirondelle - Self-Catering Cottage Cottage at Gites de La Richardiere.
We had a wonderful two week family holiday. Dave and Patience were outstanding hosts providing helpful first hand information on the local area. The area was wonderfully quiet, just what we all wanted, but there was plenty to do from cycling to badminton to visiting local restaurants for gorgeous food and live music.
The gite was perfect; spacious, clean and well equipped.
For a family who don't visit the same place twice, on the drive home we were all agreed that we are in a real dilemma about where we should go next, it was that good!
Thank you Dave and Patience for a great holiday; we'll be back...it's just a matter of when! …
The Dovecote - Self-Catering Cottage Cottage at Gites de La Richardiere.
Fabulous Hosts,Fabulous Place,Fabulous Holiday
Superb from start to finish. Our Gite was spotless and very well equipped it had great views out across the surrounding countryside. Dave and Patience are attentive hosts and have great knowledge of the area. Nothing was to much trouble and they were always happy to go the extra mile.They planned a wine tasting evening with Martin and Liz which was a huge success, loads of different local wine and a great deal of knowledge imparted by Martin. If you get the chance and your budget allows, a visit to the Michelin starred resteraunt in the local village is a must, the menu is quite unusual but what the hell, you are in France so just go for it and enjoy!
We visited Chenonceau Chateau and gardens (approx 1 hr away) a great day out and a very pretty place well worth a visit.
A return visit will certainly be on the cards in the near future. …