Cahors, just 16 km away, is the principle town of the Lot region and is the centre for the wine growing area, with
modern supermarkets and traditional cafes, restaurants, markets and a theatre. A number of medieval villages,
including St-Cirq-Lapopie and Mercues, are within a 30 minute drive.
The regional capital city of Toulouse has year-round cultural attractions and top quality shopping. Sharing the
region’s rich historical past, Toulouse has a great number of places to visit and things to do.
The nearest restaurant for family eating is approximately
1 km from the Manoir, while a wide range of restaurants and cafés for all occasions are found within 5 to 20 km.
Located just 16 km south of Cahors, the Manoir is easy to find from the two main roads running north
and south. We are just 2 km from the N20, and 8 km from the Cahors South junction of the A20
The Manoir is just 8 km from the Cahors South junction of the M20 motorway. For guests coming
by train, Cahors station (on the main line from Paris to Toulouse and beyond) is 16 km away. Brive
international airport just 1 ½ hours away
Toulouse Blagnac International Airport is just over an hour by road (motorway). The low cost airlines fly
into Bergerac airport, less than two hours away, and for private flyers, Lalbenque private aerodrome is
just 5 km away.
Car rental is available in Cahors and from Toulouse Airport or station. Taxis are available to be booked.