A converted chapel in rural SW France with a private pool.
Amazing - we enjoyed our stay so much, fell in love with this unique place, so we will be back next year! Thank you also for the very warm welcome - that pleased us a lot!Brigit, Germany, Sept 2022
We have enjoyed our stay very much and the friendly village of Loubes Bernac, with many hours spent relaxing by the pool.Gill & Paul, UK, Sept 2022
La Chapelle and the surrounding countryside are absolutely beautiful. We've been walking, canoeing, visited Bordeaux and Eymet, lazed around the pool and drank plenty of wine! Thank you for a wonderful stay.Stephen & Rebecca, UK, Aug 2022
Magnificent! Couldn't have wished for more. Exactly what we needed. Thank you James & Emma for being so helpful. xxxNatalie, UK, July 2022
This is our 3rd visit to La Chapelle and it was just as fabulous as the other two! After two years of deferring dates owing to travel restrictions, 2022 was third time lucky! And lucky we were with 30+ temperatures everyday for two weeks,topping out at 39c. James has been a fab host (as always) and we enjoyed a wonderful meal at En Toute Simplicite, which we recommend. Thank you James & Emma, we'll be back!Hannah, UK, July 2022
Our 5th time visiting La Chapelle and we leave again wanting to return. Thank you James & Emma, a fantastically relaxing holiday - just what we needed! See you soon, a bientot. x PS, it is the most amazing place!Vicki, UK, June 2022
What a superb place! Very peaceful - lovely area with plenty to see, eat & drink. Had a ball. Thank you.Rupert, UK, June 2022
We visited for a wedding - James was a great host, helping us with travelling logistics. What a great spot - perfect stay. xGemma, UK, June 2022
Wow! What a glorious place to stay. Beautiful, peaceful, smart, quirky, well equipped. Thank you for everything! I will definitely be back xJennie, UK, June 2022
FABULOUS! Beautiful setting, La Chapelle is very calming. Em & James greatest hosts ever. Will be back with my family and others. xxxxSharon, UK, June 2022
The village of Loubes Bernac where La Chapelle is located, is situated in the very north of the Lot-et-Garonne.Learn More
Just a short 15 minute drive from La Chapelle is the historic bastide town of Eymet.Learn More
The small town of Duras is situated just 8km from La Chapelle.Learn More
The famous wine town of St. Emilion is situated just 45 minutes from La Chapelle.Learn More
The riverside town of Bergerac is situated 25km from the chapel.Learn More
Set on the Garonne river, Bordeaux, or The Pearl of the Aquitaine is just one hour from the chapel.Learn More
Sarlat, or Sarlat-la-Caneda to give it its full name, is situated 100km east of Loubes Bernac.Learn More
A gorgeous little town just 40 minutes from the chapel.Learn More
Approximately two hours west of Loubes Bernac lies the Atlantic coast.Learn More
Arrival is strictly after 4pm and departure before 10am.
All linen, bathroom towels and pool towels are provided.
We provide a welcome pack with bread, butter, cheese, milk, filter coffee and a selection of wines.
Basic necessities are also provided, such as washing up liquid, three toilet rolls per bathroom, etc.
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Prices payable in UK £ Sterling. Euro prices are shown only for comparison only (£1 = €1.15).
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How to travel to La Chapelle. Whether by road, sea or air, here are some helpful hints on how to get to La Chapelle.Learn More
The towns of the Lot-et-Garonne and Dordogne regions of France are steeped in history. Many feature ancient buildings and cobbled streets and are situated on the rivers that make up the Lot-et-Garonne/Dordogne region. The closest river, the Dordogne, boasts some of the prettiest towns in France, including Bergerac, Sarlat, St Emilion and Bordeaux. Below is a brief guide to some of the towns in the area.Learn More
Want to know more about the chapel and the surrounding area? Download a copy of our book and discover more about our beautiful region by clicking on the book cover below.Learn More