Les Granges has been converted to a high standard. The Perigordian farmhouse is set in stunning countryside surrounded by vines and sunflowers. The complex offers one family bedroom cottage sleeping 3, one 2 bedroom cottage sleeping 4, two 2 bedroom cottages sleeping 5 and one 3 bedroom cottage sleeping 7.
These comfortable self contained cottages provide very popular holiday accommodation and can be let individually or as a whole. Set amongst vines and sunflowers making it a perfect place for your summer holiday. On the borders of the Lot et Garonne, Dordogne and Gironde departments, ideal for visiting the vineyards of the region and visiting Bergerac, St. Emilion (where the finest wines of the world are made), take a train through the vineyards of St. Emilion and taste the wines. The beaches of Arcachon are 2 hours away and climb up the highest sand dune in France. Local facilities include wine-tasting, walking, cycling, fishing, horse riding, tennis, golf.
We are here to help you enjoy your holiday including relaxing by the pool if that is all you want to do!
Golf - Chateau Vigiers: Chateau Vigiers is about 15 minutes from Les Granges and offers golf. There is a shop and a restaurant and in the summer you can sit out on the terrace with breathtaking views of the valley.
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We were looking for a stone house for ourselves but then fell in love with Les Granges which was much larger than we had anticipated. We spent 6 months in the UK and 6 months in France renovating Les Granges of which we are the very proud owners. We are on hand to point you in the right direction if needed and can recommend trips, restaurants and activities to ensure you make the most of your stay while keeping out of your way.
We are tucked in a small corner of the Gironde that borders the Dordogne and are in the heart of rural France yet well placed for international airports and TGV. The people here are open and friendly, local wine and cuisine among the best in France.
It is difficult to say why we love this area but there is something relaxing and calming about the property. The old thick stone walls and high ceilings keep the rooms cool in summer. The restaurants and people are so welcoming and you feel really at home here. Effortless relaxation seems to come easy here.
Ste. Foy la Grande has a full range of banks, shops and supermarkets as well as a superb Saturday morning market. The square and surrounding streets are taken over by a fabulous market that draws crowds from miles around. Enjoy shopping for oysters, home-cured sausages, fresh fish, prepared meats and curios. Throughout the whole summer the town is home to evening concerts, night markets and events. Close by is kayaking, horse-riding, golf, tennis and go-karting.
Visiting the local vineyards and tasting the wine is a must also. Various tours can be arranged to suit your needs.
Visit the famous chateau where Josphine Baker lived which is now a museum.
For a simply meal try the Restaurant Rapide in Ste. Foy. Finer dining nearby at Les Maillets where you can sit outside with views over the vines and enjoy the finest steak around or try one of their many other local dishes. Further afield try Le Camelia a family run restaurant with excellent cuisine all a short drive away.
A 'must do' is to go to the famous re-enactment of the Battle of Castillon (100 years war) where you can watch the famous battle, enjoy a drink or some food as part of the experience.
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