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4 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
9 guests
1 night minimum
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The Property is situated in the countryside close to Gourdon and within a short drive of Sarlat, Rocamadour & Souilliac. You enter the ground floor via the Entrance door to the Kitchen / Dining area with: Dining table and chairs Oak beams Comfortable settee and armchair Large fully equipped kitchen Windows or doors to both sides of the room giving a superb sunny aspect To the side you enter the lounge which has old oak beams. There are comfortable sofa’s coffee tables TV with free-view channels and the bookcase and games for those who want them. A further door leads to: Separate WC with wash hand basin Fully tiled shower room containing shower cubicle and wash hand basin, large mirror with lights over Washing machine, ironing board A wide staircase leads to the first floor. First Flo...The Property is situated in the countryside close to Gourdon and within a short drive of Sarlat, Rocamadour & Souilliac. You enter the ground floor via the Entrance door to the Kitchen / Dining area with: Dining table and chairs Oak beams Comfortable settee and armchair Large fully equipped kitchen Windows or doors to both sides of the room giving a superb sunny aspect To the side you enter the lounge which has old oak beams. There are comfortable sofa’s coffee tables TV with free-view channels and the bookcase and games for those who want them. A further door leads to: Separate WC with wash hand basin Fully tiled shower room containing shower cubicle and wash hand basin, large mirror with lights over Washing machine, ironing board A wide staircase leads to the first floor. First Floor Landing leading to: 1 large bedroom with King-size Bed, Wardrobe, Dressing table and bedside tables Bathroom with shower cubicle, vanity unit and WC 2nd large bedroom with King-size bed, chest of drawers, Wardrobe and bedside tables 3rd double bedroom with 2 Single beds, wardrobe, bedside tables 4th double bedroom with 2 Single beds, Wardrobe, bedside tables You are within easy reach of many attractions and sites of interest and you will enjoy discovering all that the The Dordogne and Périgord areas have to offer. From the era of Prehistoric Man through the middle Ages and beyond the Dordogne and Lot area is a sightseer’s paradise – steeped in history. The Dordogne region also formed the historic frontier between France and England during the Hundred Years War and this rich heritage offers a renowned variety of sights for you to discover on your sightseeing break in France. The Périgord boasts numerous castles, churches and medieval bastides towns as well as beautiful stone villages and prehistoric caves, all set in some of France’s loveliest countryside. The Dordogne and Lot rivers meander throughout undulating hills, forests and limestone cliffs with new discoveries around every corner. Domme This famous 13th century bastide (fortified) town of Domme was founded on a dauntingly sheer cliff eight centuries ago, high above the Dordogne valley. Classified as “L’un des plus beaux villages de France”, Domme offers cafes and restaurants with stunning views over the river. La Roque-Gageac Like Domme, La Roque-Gageac is one of the many villages labeled as “L’un des Plus Beaux Villages de France” in the area. Situated on the banks of the river, the ochre-coloured houses are built directly into the face of the huge cliff that overhangs La Roque-Gageac. When sightseeing in La Roque-Gageac, you can take a ride on a Gabare, the traditional flat-bottomed boats of the Dordogne that used to trade goods up and down the river. Rocamadour The second most visited site, by sightseers in France, Rocamadour spectacularly clings to the cliff of the Alzou canyon. Rocamadour is part of the medieval Christian pilgrimage route of Santiago de Compostela, where, Kings and peasants alike once crawled up the Rocamadour chapel steps on their knees seeking redemption and cures. Sarlat-la-Canéda Probably the most famous town of Perigord, Sarlat has survived almost unchanged since the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Arched alleyways and ancient narrow cobbled lanes radiate out from the Sarlat main square. On market days (Wednesdays & Saturdays) the streets of Sarlat -la-Canéda burst with local produce such as foie gras, truffles, cheeses, wine, walnuts and mushrooms in season. Château de Beynac The Dordogne boasts as many as 100 châteaux and Beynac is one of the best preserved castles in the region. This 12th century fortress is open for visits and gives a remarkable insight into what it must have been like in The Hundred Years War. The Château de Beynac was captured, for a time, by the English King Richard-the-Lionheart. When sightseeing, visitors can take a tour inside the remarkably well preserved interior of the chateax and explore the dungeons, great hall and lookout towers with magnificent 360 degree views across the beautiful countryside. Prehistoric Man – Lascaux II & Les Eyzies-De-Tayac Lascaux Paintings This world heritage site is home to prehistoric cave paintings 17,000 years old and contains the finest examples of Palaeolithic art in existence. Lascaux offers a fascinating glimpse into the souls of our distant ancestors and guided tours are conducted both in French and English. Les Eyzies, the prehistorical centre of France, is situated below limestone cliffs where our direct ancestors used to roam 40,000 years ago. The Vézère Valley in particular houses some 250 UNESCO sites including caves and rock paintings, making it the undisputed ‘Prehistoric Capital of the World’. Le Bugue-tuesday market, village of Bournat (craftsmen, animals, funfair), Aquarium, Proumeyssac underground crystal vault. Les Eyzies-prehistory centre of Europe, grottos, shelters, caves-paintings, museums, Roc St Christophe, Cap Blanc and other prehistoric sites. Monpazier-beautiful bastide, perfect rectangular townplan, galleries. Local Cuisine and Specialties, Haute-Cuisine in The Dordogne Food and wine are at the heart of French culture and when in the Dordogne the best way to experience this is through colourful French markets and local restaurants. The Perigord is renowned for its Confit de canard (duck), its world-famous foie gras, truffles, goat’s cheese and walnuts served in salads or in the delicious Gâteau aux Noix. Local red wines from Cahors and Bergerac, and the famous white Monbazillac are bound to find their way onto your table. From Haute-Cuisine and Michelin Star restaurants to simple and delicious Auberges serving local produce and specialties, the Dordogne / Lot region offers an unforgettable culinary experience More
House Rules
Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Yes
No all one gender parties without prior approval. Pets (up to 3)are accepted by prior agreement and subject to extra charges which will be provided on request. No guests other than those on the original booking form will be accepted without prior agreement. Other than the guests booked parties are not permitted on the premises with visitors unless agreed beforehand.
Bathrooms
1 Full bath, 1 Shower
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Reviewed 20 September 2018
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Date of stay: August 2018
Amenities
Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Yes
DVD Player
Grill
Central Heating
Suitable For Children Under 5
Dryer
Freezer
Refrigerator
Internet Access
Kettle
Linens Provided
Microwave
Parking
Private Garden
Stereo System
Toaster
Towels Provided
TV
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About the neighbourhood
Canoeing in the Dordogne With the Dordogne River at the heart of the region, a number of canoe operators provide all equipment and will drop you off upstream so you can enjoy a leisurely canoe down river through villages and beautiful countryside. Château de Beynac The Dordogne boasts as many as 100 châteaux and Beynac is one of the best preserved castles in the region. This 12th century fortress is open for visits and gives a remarkable insight into what it must have been like in The Hundred Years War. The Château de Beynac was captured, for a time, by the English King Richard the Lionheart. When sightseeing, visitors can take a tour inside the remarkably well preserved interior of the chateax and explore the dungeons, great hall and loo
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