You’re well away from the main road but a short walk from the village in this stone farmhouse dated 1742. B&B rooms are in various outbuildings set around a pretty courtyard with trees, shrubs and flowers: each is different but all have exposed oak beams, half-timbered walls, comfortable seats with views and fresh white embroidered cotton sheets on good thick mattresses. All have a seating area too. Breakfast is in the airy dining room, or the rambling garden – smiley Madame makes her own jams and yogurts and buys the best croissants and bread from the local artisan baker. Golf, walks, cycling and watery fun are all near.