The history of the building
This stone building was built in the 17th century, during the reign of Louis XIV. The history of this former farmhouse with typical Quercy architecture (dovecote and covered terraces) is directly linked to that of the Château de Mouret, located 800 meters away. It was later a fortified house, central element of the locality, before becoming an important farm, until the 1990s. Your hosts will tell you the story of this exceptional place.
Meet your hosts
Jorge, Daniel and Gaspard, the labrador, open the doors of their charming guest house near Figeac. After several years working in Paris, your hosts wanted a change. They fell in love with the Lot and its large green spaces. After more than two years of renovation, they welcome you to Villa Marcausi, a quiet guest house. We speak English, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese.
Every morning, between 7:30 and 9:30 a.m., enjoy breakfast at Villa Marcausi, to be enjoyed on the terrace or in the dedicated room strong>. You will appreciate the different salty, sweet, regional, organic, homemade dishes. that will garnish your plate. Start your day pleasantly with the breakfast offered in our charming guest house at the gates of Figeac.Link title
The little touches
Everything has been thought out for the comfort of travelers, so you will find at Villa Marcausi, a library at your disposal, good tourist advice< /strong>, a free and unlimited Wi-Fi connection, in the house and around the swimming pool, but also a closed car park. We do not accept four-legged friends.
We also offer for sale drinks and platters of charcuterie/cheese or raw vegetables and fromage blanc, to be enjoyed in the various areas and around the swimming pool.Link title
The guest rooms
In our charming guest house at the gates of Figeac, we offer three guest rooms that can accommodate one to four people >. You can go to your room from 4 p.m. and you must leave it before 11 a.m.. On request, we can install a cot in your room. Animals are not allowed. Minimum stay is two nights in July and August.Link title