A charming 300-year-old property with lovely owners who run a restaurant on site – popular with locals so you’re in for a treat. And you can let your inner artist escape by signing up to a pottery painting course – you may just surprise yourself. You’ll find the open-plan apartment delightful – all wooden beams and stone arches with a simple feel. It’s clean and modern with neutral colours and the odd antique; the well-designed kitchen comes with a scrubbed wooden table and fresh flowers. Sleep peacefully: bedrooms have thick floor boards, exposed pale stone walls, modern art, scatter rugs and pretty windows overlooking miles of regimental vines. The bathroom won’t disappoint, with its ornate gilt-framed mirror, slate floor, walk-in all-glass shower and free-standing bath, lovely soaps and fragrances, separate loo. You have two terraces: one for hiding from the midday sun, another for watching the sun go down over all that greenery, and there’s a garden full of fun for children – swing, slide, pool trampoline. There’s a wood-burner for chilly nights and the glorious Lot at your feet.