Daglan Cottage Rental Photos and Description
2 spacious bedrooms each with ensuite bathroom. Mezzanine floor. Additional WC
In the heart of the Dordogne Valley amid breathtaking landscape and magical châteaux. Our lovingly restored Perigordian cottage is set in a peaceful hamlet. It has a spacious sitting/dining room with central heating and magnificent open fireplace (wonderful for Winter holidays) original oak beams and exposed stone. There is a separate kitchen with oven, hob and hood, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and microwave. Washing machine/dryer also available. Quality linen/ towels provided. There are two large bedrooms each with modern en suite. A separate toilet is available. Bedroom one has enchanting views over the rooftops to the pretty village of Daglan in the valley below. Bedroom two has an additional double bed on a mezzanine floor making it an ideal family room. There is a very pretty flower-filled terrace where you can relax and enjoy an early morning coffee and croissants or sip a glass of wine at the end of day and watch a golden sunset over the imposing 13th Century Château Le Peyruzel
- wheelchair inaccessible
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- non smoking only
- children welcome
Guestbook comments from the owner
Letitia , Roy vous remercie de votre accueil très gentil
à ce bel endroit
il faut revenir dans cette belle maison.
Laetitia & Roy Evans
We bought our traditional little piece of heaven that is Le Peyruzel in 2004. It had been a dream of ours for many years to some day live in France. We, Roy and I (Letitia) had visited La Belle France many times with our children while they were growing up. Surprisingly we had never stayed in the Perigord Noir. Usually heading for the Med or the Atlantic coast from our home in Scotland. We did occasionally stay inland and we loved the beauty of the French countryside. The diversity of the different departments was truly breathtaking. In 2004 I had retired from the NHS in Scotland and when friends asked if we would join them on a trip to the Lot in France, we really didn't need too much persuasion! Roy and I talked about our life long ambition to 'live the dream' and decided it was finally time, if we were serious, to start looking for somewhere we could call home in France. We arranged many 'appointments to view' properties within a couple of hours drive from Toulouse Airport and so began the most exciting and challenging time of our lives.
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION. Charming, traditional Perigordian cottage. Spectacular views and breathtaking surroundings.