ON RUE TATIN will be for rent as of NOVEMBER 1, 2017, for a month or up to one year.

On Rue Tatin, a beautiful, historic house in the center of a bustling French town. It was my dream, and now it can be yours too.

If you dream of  sipping a chilled glass of rosé in an exquisite rose and herb-filled garden with a backdrop of a 12th century Romano-Gothic cathedral, then On Rue Tatin is for you.

If you imagine walking five minutes to the finest and most friendly farmers’ market in the region and picking up basketsful of gorgeous, fresh, seasonal ingredients (for a song), then  returning to cook in the professional kitchen, this is the place.

Maybe you like your coffee at home,  in the sitting room with the sun shining in the flower-bedecked windows and the church right outside, the romantic strains of  bells in the air. Or maybe you prefer it at a neighborhood cafe, surrounded by French as you watch the world go by.

And when you want Paris you can have it in less than an hour and a half; or the coast, which is just over an hour away. If you love wine, the Loire Valley is yours within two hours, as is the Champagne region.

Take advantage of your dream to live in France, the real France, with all of its charm, it’s air that smells like butter and chocolate, its markets and its amazing, wondrous food.

ON RUE TATIN is rented fully furnished, (without personal effects of course), including linens, great kitchen equipment, and everything you’ll need for a wonderful visit.    All you need is the key.

For terms and more complete information, please contact cookingclasses@susanloomis.com


4 bedrooms
2 full baths
1 powder room
Dining/Living Room
Entryway/Sitting Room
Professional Kitchen
2 great fireplaces
1 woodstove
Outdoor Grills
Small, beautiful, private  garden filled with fresh herbs

For terms and more complete information, please contact cookingclasses@susanloomis.com




1) The New York Times journalist, Robert P. Walzer wrote about the house in his article, “In France, a Labyrinth of a House” on February 17, 2009.

2) Jennifer Worick, author, publishing consultant and public speaker, writes about her week On Rue Tatin: “The Season of the Witch — Susan Herrmann Loomis’ cooking school in Normandy, was downright magical. I’m not kidding.





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21 Responses to ON RUE TATIN FOR RENT

  1. Eve Fox says:

    Where are you going?!

  2. Anita C. Lee says:

    Ahhh…those pictures bring back so many good memories of our two weeks spent there last summer. Hope to see you when we pass through Louvier next October.

  3. Amy Breshears says:

    That looks like a dream!!

  4. Heather Z says:

    WOW sounds wonderful!! How much is the rent? And are the utilities/wifi included in the rent or extra? … If so, how much per month? Thanks!!

  5. A dream place! How nice to give cooking lessons

  6. Julie White says:

    Only IF money were no object. How perfect…a whole year. Wishing only the very best to you as you probably do some exploring and eating! Am presently on my third run through In A French Kitchen. Love it as well as 3 others you’ve penned.

  7. Will says:


    My dinner party turned out great! Thank you for all your advice! I’m looking forward to hearing more about ‘The Year of Living Dangerously’.

  8. ANAHI says:

    how much per month? Thanks!! lovely house and life.

  9. Dorothy Guzzwell says:

    Susan! Just learned about your magnificent culinary work from a friend & wish you great adventures this year….we live on an Island outside of Seattle and would love to meet you if our familiar Northwest is on your itinerary.
    We are also world sailors in our own sailboat and would so enjoy discussing “cooking around the oceans” with you!
    Let me know where I can send you our phone & address information
    Dorothy & John Guzzwell

  10. Kelly Lytle says:

    What a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! I can’t imagine a more special place to escape.

  11. Carol Guess says:

    Looking forward to our rental of On Rue Tatin this September !! So excited ! Carol, La Jolla

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