The stone cottage is in the Church square of an authentic old world village with medieval bridge over the picturesque Au Vezere river.
The surrounding countryside hosts ancient villages, paleolithic caves, Roman ruins, castles from the Hundred Years War & is the home of foie gras, truffles & wonderful food.
For a full appreciation please enquire for details of the website.
Fully renovated cottage but retaining medieval charm.
Basement - stone walled wine cellar.
Ground floor - foyer, toilet/shower room, open plan modern kitchen/lounge with double sofabed. Front loading washer/dryer.
1st floor - 2 bedrooms - queen bed & 2 single beds which combine to a super king size; Bathroom - Glass walled shower, large deep bath, washbasin & toilet; Dressing room for makeup, furniture in white.
2nd floor - attic with rooftop views.
All towels and linen supplied. Can be changed weekly if requested.
The cottage has extensive information folders, brochures, maps, travel guides etc.
You will have the complete cottage for your privacy and your own keys to house for complete security.
Kontakt z gośćmi
I live in Australia usually so will not be there. I am always contactable on email. My friend next door will give and receive the house keys and be available for any problems or advice on local sights, restaurants etc
Inne ważne rzeczy
The Dordogne is full of interest and must be travelled. .......
Driving thru the countryside, apple orchards, sunflower fields, walnut tree groves.
Languidly flowing rivers thru limestone (URL HIDDEN) Vezere, Vezere & Dordogne.
Paleolithic caves @ Lascaux, Rouffignac & Les Eyzies.
Castles galore (> 100) & history to go with them .....Les Milandes, home to Josephine Baker.....Challus, where Richard the Lion Hearted was mortally wounded, Beynac & Castlenau where the French & English knights angrily watched each other from opposite sides of the Dordogne River during the 100 Years War, Hautefort with its beautiful parterre gardens and distant views.
Chateau de Therry. . .for an expensive but magnificent 5* lunch on the medieval stone verandah overlooking the Lot River.
Famous wine areas . Nearby...Montbazillac & Bergerac. A little further. ....Sauterne, Sancerre, Bordeaux, St Emilion, Cahors.
Famous Perigord foods.... foie gras, walnut cake, truffles, confit de canard, are all Perigord specialities famous throughout France.
Beautiful (URL HIDDEN) Jean de Cole, Sarlat la Caneda, Limeuil.
Sorges with its Truffles Museum .
Historic & picturesque cities & towns, especially Périgueux with its almost moorish Cathedral skyline, it's excavated Roman villa in the GalloRoman museum & it's old quarter with boutique shops, cobblestone alleyways & twice-weekly open air produce market. Also Jumilhac, Brantome (the Venice of the Dordogne), Thiviers, Montignac, Thenon (market), Sarlat, Limeuil, Domme & Martel, amongst many.
Historic abbeys.... Chancelade & Rocamadour.
Serene underground river boat trips @ Gouffre de Padirac.
The cottage is furnished and supplied as i would my own house. All I ask is that you treat the cottage as you would treat your home.
I'm a doctor in Sydney and part - time traveller of our world. I have strong ties to & accommodations in France, Thailand & Philippines.
I love travel, food, wine, history, sport and all new experiences. I particularly love to mix oversea travel & overseas sport (Formula 1, Tennis, Rugby).