At La Table de Touron we specialise in themed visits for small groups of 5-10 people allowing us to provide a more intimate experience.

This wonderful part of South West France offers a huge range of possibilities. The region is steeped in history and boasts medieval market towns, chateaux, vineyards and Bastide villages. Both local to the area Tom, a history guide and writer, and Charlotte, a Paris trained chef, love to share their enthusiasm for food, antiques and history.



Explore a rich culture & History

We aim to make your stay exciting, informative, insightful, surprising and REAL.  


Together we will explore some of our fantastic local gems -  Albi, Cordes Sur Ciel, Toulouse and Bordeaux are all within a comfortable distance


Whether your thing is textiles, great design or antiques you will also be guided to the best of the local brocantes where beautiful treasures can be found.

Food & Wine​

Food and wine play such an important part of life in France and together we taste, visit and learn about local products, locally grown produce and the many specialities of the region.

Charlotte and her team create lunches and dinners with fresh local produce as well as providing cookery demonstrations in English as well as French for all levels as a means to providing vocabulary and verbs for market use and conversations with many locals that you meet during your stay.

Visit here for more information about the Cooking Demonstrations.

Le Touron

If you're looking for a peace and quiet in the beautiful French countryside then Tom and Charlotte would love to welcome you.


This friendly and informal bolthole feels a million miles away from anywhere but is only a few minutes drive from the beautiful historic town of Saint Antonin Noble Val.

La Pélisserie


If you prefer village life we can arrange your stay at La Pelisserie, a stylish and beautifully updated medieval merchant's house in the cobbled heart of the old town.



“Thank you Tom & Charlotte for showing us a true part of France we had never known before.”

Mark Greco- A Natural History


“Friendly, relaxed and informal.  We had such a great time learning about the food and culture here.  With such great hosts  too!”

The French Entree