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When we first saw the space we exchanged looks and came up with the plan how to make this work. We then shared this vision with a rather doubtful friend who was at the time contracted to make our dream come true. He listened in horror but then he got carried away with our enthusiasm and the plan for this gîte was born. It is a lovely open space with massive French windows looking into endless greenery where you find your private garden space. There is a cosy bedroom, open plan kitchen, living/ dinning area and a massive bathroom.
The Kitchen is fully equipped with all the things you will need for your stay, in the bathroom you will find towels and other essentials, bedroom linen is of course provided. This gîte speaks comfort, light and space with a warm feel.
About the Owner
Languages spoken:English, Italian, French
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:December 2016
Interaction with guests:
We will be here on hand for the majority of your stay. We would be happy to chat with you or not depending upon your preference. Happy to help with things to do and places to see.
Rates are calculated based on the latest information provided. Please contact the manager/owner to confirm actual rates for your requested dates.
Please contact the manager for complete rate information.
AU$435 / stay
About the neighbourhood
A beautiful area of France well worth a visit even if you dont stay with us!! The area of 1000 Chateaux’s or so the legend goes and our local village being the site of a Dragin in medieval times!! A bastion of the English during the 100 years war.
A car is essential, there is public transport and we have bicycles for rent should the mood take you
How to get there
Airport: Bergerac: 25.0 km
Once you have booked with us we will send you precise directions on how to get to us and we would be happy to come and meet you should you get lost