Great Gironde stone house, which was an Assistant large dining room and a kitchen with professional standards. Label Clévances 3 keys and 4 star ranking prefecture.
A large living room and a smaller, 5 bedrooms with bed 140, 3 with ensuite bathroom, 2 bedrooms with 2 beds of 90 and 1 room with 1 bed of 90, 1 additional bathroom on each floor to serve rooms who do not have private bathroom, one bedroom and a bathroom on the ground floor have standards handicaps. A laundry room with a washing machine 7 kg, dryer, table and iron. The kitchen is equipped with an American fridge freezer, second fridge large capacity, a mico wave, 2 ovens, etc. ..
This great home is located in a garden of 3000 m2, swimming pool 8 x4, petanque, table tennis, swings and a slide for the little ones. For larger TV, WIFI, DVD player, mini chain, library and doc. tourist.
The village of the Holy Land on the edge of the Dordogne river, a place called 'The Beach' is laid out in July and August you will find animations (river festival, dance, fireworks) and also a rustic restaurant. you also have the opportunity to discover the culinary specialty of the Holy Land: The lamprey, visiting The Garden of Lamprey Tourist Office, and also to enjoy a very original way, reserving a fine ballad on barge going upriver village Cabarra in Castillon-la-Bataille.
9 km the medieval village of Saint-Emilion attracts visitors from around the world and in all seasons because the historical heritage is remarkable, a little train ride will take you on a tour of the many wine estates.
We can organize private tours with tasting in a wine.
And then you can even go back in time by attending the grand spectacle of the Battle of Castillon, pageant of the last battle of the war 100 years.
A 9 kms from the medieval village of Saint-Emilion, listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, also famous for its wine estates and wine and its monolithic church. 15 kms from the town of Libourne and Bordeaux 50.
Also at 5 kms from the town of Castillon-la-Bataille, town historically known for the battle that ended the Hundred Years War, and where every year in July and August, a huge spectacle reconstitutes this battle, in a beautiful.
The village of Ste Terre is located on the Dordogne river with a culinary specialty is the lamprey, curious prehistoric fish caught in the river and prepared wine sauce.
A 1 hour 30 minutes drive, you will be in the West, on the Atlantic coast Arcachon and Basin, the Dune of Europe's highest sand and oysters for gourmets. To the east, you will find prehistoric to Eysies and feudal castles edges Dordogne.
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