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Sandy and Mike Holland, September 2014~ T.M.R.

This place should have been called 'The Walkers Retreat', is is beautifully situated on a stunning walking route of its own and there were guides on all the other local walks in the area waiting for us on the kitchen table. There were so many birds and butterflies we lost count, took some wonderful shots of deer early one morning on the hill above the camp. A wonderful experience all round, paradise in a field! Also as the retreat was only a 10 minute drive from St Antonin, we were never far from a cafe or lunch at one of the resteraunts. Must mention La Corniche... the views from the terrace were absolutely spectucular, so French and picture postcard perfect. All in all a really pleasant and unusual holiday.

Lola and James Longbridge, September 2014 ~T.M.R.

We were a bit nervous at first as we're not really campers, but sleeping in the yurt was actually more like staying in a big round room with a wooden floor and canvas walls than being in a tent. We loved lying on the bed looking out throught the doors onto the garden and seeing the stars up through the roof hole (which you can open and close). The summer kitchen was nice too, with lots of space to cook and to sit and read in the shade. The fairy lights were an added touch for the evenings, it made the place feel really magical. St Antonin had loads of atmosphere especially on market day as did all the other places we visited.

Maria, Fred, James and Emily, August 2014 ~ T.M.R.

Absolutely lovely, a trully peaceful and quiet location. The children spent most of the week running around the field trying to catch field mice, building dens and counting chickens, It was a really unique experience in a special place, made even better by the fact that we had it all to ourselves. Many thanks...

Emily and Ros Thane, August 2014 ~ T.M.R.

We loved the camp, it is wonderfully tucked away on a quiet hillside, surrounded by the great outdoors, we saw buzzards circling the valley above us every day and heard the bark of deer in the woods. A must is to visit the Sunday market in St Antonin with its beautiful, winding old streets. We hired bikes and canoes and checked out the castles Penne and Bruniquel, wish we'd had more time as there were so many other things we'd like to have done! will definitely try and make time to visit again.

Zoe and Jake, July 2014 ~ T.M.R.

We spent a fantastic day canoeing, visited the market, the gorge was spectacular, so were Najac and Penne castles, Bruniquel and Cordes sur Ciel. Visit the Jardin De Paradis if you like gardens, its well worth a visit. The yurt and summer kitchen were both beautifuly made, with twinkling fairy lights on at night it was a really magical place to stay. Comfortable bed, good shower and utterly peaceful. Lovely helpful owners.