Welcome in our guesthouse Les Hauts de Saulies
, from 18th century home, located in the French Department of the Lot, 18kms from Cahors and close to Saint Cirq-Lapopie, Rocamadour and the caves of Padirac and Pech'Merle.
Our guesthouse in the Lot region, known as the Château de Saulies, with a surface area of 400m2 on two floors that include 5 large bedrooms, was fully built in stone. It is located at the heart of a park of 10 000m2 with trees and bushes that are over one-hundred-years-old.
Our guest house is also a house of Art. We decorated it with paintings and work of Jair's Art. There are painting inspired from te 18th century, date of the house and others more contemporary to live also in our time. So you can walk around the house and admire his creations. You can find all of his works on his website.
Our B&B in the Lot close to Cahors is part of the « Parc Regional des Causses du Quercy» (Regional Park). So as part of our renovation, we made ecological choices to respect the environment. It is at an altitude of 350m overlooking the neighbouring countryside and enjoying a magnificent panoramic view of the Causses Regional Park and the Pyrenees mountains by good and clear weather.
At the heart of our garden, we have built a 16 meters’ long swimming pool that is heated with water at 27°C.The establishment also has a free-access gym .The free Wi-Fi is accessible from anywhere around the house, in the bedrooms as well as by the pool.There is a private parking where you will be able to park your car or motobike safely.
Finally, to complete your relaxation, you will also be able to settle in one of the chairs in the vaulted room that serves as a library or visit our painting workshop. Art is a great part of our B&B and our daily life.
Our guest house was the subject of a report Telematin France 2 broadcast October 28, 2017. Marie Dominique Perrin came with his team in our bed and breakfast to report on our guest house as than a mansion. She also took the opportunity to highlight the artistic side of our home through the paintings of Jair decorating our guest house. The theme of the show are the different names of a house in France. We have Maison de Maître or Mas or Manor. The Hauts de Sauliès are classified in the category Maison de Maitre. Indeed our house was built by a notable royal winemaker in 1720. It is located on a promontory overlooking the Regional Park of Causses du Quercy. The geographical site of our house was once the place of the castle of Sauliès whose stones served to the construction of our charming residence.