Q. Where can we park our car at Gone Fishin'?
A. You may park directly outside your cottage/gite, or further down the driveway. Your choice.

Q. Are sheets and towels included?
A. Yes. We bring you a change of all linen after one week.


Q. Is swimming allowed in the lake.?
A. No, but there is a superb outdoor municipal pool in Aiguillon and in July and August swimming is permitted in the Lot River adjacent to the man made beach at Clairac, a very pretty spot.


Q. Are there any shops nearby?
A. Yes, there is a Carrefour supermarket in the next village Clairac, also Aiguillon. 


Q. Is the house suitable for disabled guests ?
A. Yes, up to a point, but please discuss your needs.


Q. Do we need a car?
A. A car is not essential, we have collected guests from the train in Aiguillon and for shopping we invite you to come with us. However, we strongly recommend you hire a car to take advantage of the many lovely places to visit in the area.


Q. Is your lake/fishing and land open to the general public?
A. No, certainly not.


Q. What is a simple breakdown of prices.
A. Once you have paid the deposit £150.00 to secure your booking, your balance 8 weeks before arrival + £50.00 cleaning fee which we return to you for leaving the gite in a good state. Should any breakages occur we ask you to replace like for like.


Q. Who pays Tax de Sejour...

A. We do out of our own pocket



Q. Do we need a permit to fish in your lake?
A. No.


Q. Are you flexible with the arrival/departure days?

A. Absolutely. 


Q. How do we make the booking?
A. Send us an email with your required arrival and departure dates so that we can make sure the cottage is available. 

If it is and when you have confirmed you would like to make the booking, we require you to transfer a deposit of £150 (sterling) by bank transfer  or simply pop into your local bank. Details sent to you on request. Your balance is sent to us 8 weeks before arrival.


Q. We don't speak French - is that a problem?

A. No, most of the restaurants have English speaking staff . However, this is "the real France", not the coast and you may find it useful to bring a phrase book with you. The locals are extremely friendly and welcoming and really appreciate it if you try to speak a few words of French, even just "hello" and "thank you". Don't be shy - have a go!!

Here is a list of questions and answers to see at a glance what coming to Gone Fishin' "our little piece of heaven" will offer you.
gallery/panoramic lake