Medieval, totally renovated, beamed cottage with yellow sandstone walls (internal and external), Central heating, Large open plan lounge/dinning room, dominated by magnificent stone fireplace. TV, DVD player, ceiling fan, fireplace and comfortable furniture. Dining area with a table and six chairs, a dresser and cutlery and lovely crockery.
Modern Kitchen with fitted units, ceramic hob, eye-level oven, microwave, food processor, fridge/freezer and dishwasher and Limoge China. Laundry area downstairs with washing machine, tumble drier and ironing facilities.
Master bedroom with Queen size bed, bedside tables and lamps, wardrobe, chest of drawers, chair and escritoire with en suite facility with shower, washbasin in vanity unit and toilet. Hair dryer
Second bedroom with two single beds, wardrobe, chest of drawers, reading lamps, chair, bureau and bookcase with en-suite facility with shower, toilet, bidet and washbasin.Hair dryer.
A terrace with flower boxes runs along the front of the cottage and is equipped with a stone bench, wooden bench and chair, portable table and chairs and umbrellas are available for al-fresco meals, aperitifs.
The cottage is lovingly furnished for my own occasional use and contains all the mod cons expected for a comfortable stay. Maps, guidebooks, cook books and reading matter is available in the bookcase. Welcoming wine and residents parking ticket . It is situated on a corner in a quiet street near the centre of the village. A detailed guide of the area and what there is to see and do can be supplied to guests on request . The bedlinen is fine cotton and towels for guests are supplied. The rate is fully inclusive
except for central heating which works on a non profit meter. Walk to the baker for the morning's fresh bread or croissant, visit markets daily in the surrounding villages, as well as beautiful gardens, and magnificent views. There is a tremendous amount to see and do in this magical area known as the "Valley of the 7 Chatteau". Domme is in the "Golden Triangle"of Beynac, Castelnaud and Sarlat. There is a weekly market in Domme and markets in the surrounding villages every day of the week. The street in which the cottage is situated is quiet with the only traffic the few residents going to their own houses or a few pedestrians walking to explore the beautiful village. Rue Porte de la Combe is the first street to benefit by an EU subsidized upgrade. All cables have been buried and planters with lavender run all along the street. Wifi, English TV, DVD's, Cd's, cards and games, books and maps are supplied for the guests. I am a keen cook, have ensured that the kitchen is very well equipped. I have welcomed many return visitors, year after year.