A double bedroom with en-suite shower room and views across rolling fields and towards the ancient Gresigne forest. There is a double bed, window seat and facilities to make a hot drink in the privacy of your room from a selection of English tea, French tisanes and freshly ground coffee. There is an extensive selection of books for you to read during your stay. The room has access to a subtly lit private, covered balcony room with soft seating - the perfect spot for reading in the shade during the heat of summer days.
The South room
This spacious, light double bedroom has an en-suite shower room and views stretching southwards over rolling hills, the ancient oak Siven forest and the Pyrénées beyond.
The room has a double bed, chest of drawers and wardrobe, a three-seater sofa and writing desk which overlooks the garden.
The family bathroom
A very spacious room with his-and-her basins, claw foot, roll top bath and a walk-in shower, with views from the bath across the ancient forest and the surrounding hills.
The double room
A lovely double bedroom with king-size bed and views across the terrace, garden and reaching towards the Pyrénées.
The single room
A pretty and light single bedroom with additional pull-out truckle bed enjoying views across the terrace, garden and the rolling valley beyond.
The kitchen and breakfast room
Stylish stainless steel fronts, beech wood work tops and views stretching to the Pyrénées combined, provide a beautiful place to start the day at Pech Long.
The kitchen is incredibly well-equipped with everything you need to cater for your holiday guests. The breakfast room is an extension of the kitchen.
The dining room
The dining room is the centre and the heart of the house. A long wooden table which seats 8 guests comfortably is the perfect place to play board games, dine and enjoy after-dinner card games.
In summer, this is one of the coolest rooms in the house and a comfortable place to retreat from the heat. During the winter months the log burner keeps it warm and cosy as you enjoy views across the terrace, garden and towards the mountains in the distance.
The cosiest room in the house with the thickest walls for warmth in winter and coolness in summer.
The original distressed wall, copper lamp shades, classic tomettes floor tiles and a log burner all combine to create an atmosphere of comfort and relaxation. A library of books, widescreen TV and an old-skool collection of over 100 DVDs for all of the family provide an opportunity to be entertained without being surrounded with modern tech.
The interior design at Pech Long subtly combines a sense of the old with the new. Colours are natural and relaxed, furniture is a blend of traditional French and modern.
The wifi is reliable but tech is left at the door enabling guests to completely disconnect and read, draw, write or simply enjoy the beauty of the location - stunning views, abundant wildlife with birds of prey, our very own barn owl, bats, the hum of crickets and the song of the cicada in summer. Tune in to the world around you.