|Minimum Stay||4 nights|
Our house sits in a quaint neighbourhood in the centre of Le Bugue.
Recently renovated it offers all modern amenities. A bathroom with a hot towel rack, a traditional bidet, shower and bath combo. A kitchen that would satisfy any cook's wish. Electric heating if needed. A one floor bedroom and sitting room with sofa couch to sleep 2 more.
The property is within walking distance from our cafes, restaurants,bakeries, shops, the Vezere river & all amenities this Perigord, Dordogne town has to offer.
Ideally located to all the attractions the Vezere and Dordogne valley offers to our tourists.
We are Canadians from Northern Ontario. I retired from nursing after 35 yrs and my husband still dabbles in business on his own time schedule.
Jocelyne Beaulieu purchased this house in 1998
We discovered LeBugue in the late 1990's. It was the perfect quiet French village centrally located where we could just depart from and explore France and Europe then come back to a home away from home. Local neighbours have been very gracious, helpful and welcoming and have become great friends. Friends and family love it here.
It has my ancestry history life line right here to my family in Quebec.
People in Le Bugue call me their cousin from Canada.
This village has brought a whole new meaning to quality of life. We take the time to just sit at a cafe and watch the world go by. Enjoy the beautiful farmlands, the scenic drives to the vineyards, the bridges,the picnics on the river sides....
Going to the butcher for tonight's meal is a treat just like our grandmother's way of shopping.
The fruits and vegetables are so much fresher and better for you and of course the wine!
Nous avons offert ce séjour à nos parents et ils sont revenus ravis. Excellent accueil, maison agréable et au calme, proche du centre-ville, bien équipée.
Adresse à garder précieusement !!!
La casa está muy bien restaurada y bien equipada, nos hemos sentido muy cómodos, la propietaria ha sido muy amable y cordial, situada en el centro de la Dordoña en un pueblo muy bonito y tranquilo, muy recomendable, volvería a repetir.
Une maison toute équipée et tout confort, dans un quartier tranquille. Juste à côté du centre-ville, il est aisé de se garer près de la location grâce à un parking gratuit. Les propriétaires sont très gentils et hyper disponibles pour vous aider ou vous donner des conseils pour les visites à réaliser. Nous recommandons sans hésiter cette location. Merci pour votre gentillesse !! =)
Fanny et Louis
We had a very warm welcome ,Jocelyn was a great host giving suggestions of places to go.LeBugue is a great place from which to explore the region, with nice restaurants and great bakers!The area is beautiful,with lots of things to do and see.The house was lovely , well equipped and comfy.
We had a wonderful time in LeBugue and so grateful we had the opportunity to stay at this terrific home in the heart of the village. Many thanks to Jocelyne for her amazing hospitality and guidance with recommendations for activities and locations to visit.
La location était conforme à la description. Nous remercions la propriétaire pour son accueil chaleureux et sa disponibilité.
Le village est très agréable.
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My Standard Rate
4 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable damage deposit||$270|
These rates are for only 4 people.
Le Bugue is a historic quiet town renowed for its traditional weekly marche-market dated back to 1319 when their French King mandated that local produces be available to all.
It offers bars,cafes,restaurants. Among our favorites are Chez Monique, Pergola and Couleur Cafe.You will also find shops and supemarket where most offer a bilingual service to our tourists.
Summertime is busling with activities. Tuesday night marche-market in Le Bugue and also one in Audrix. Music on the riverbanks close to the Mairie is special to our community.
The area has attractions. World known museums of the prehistoric and Cro-Magnon in Les Eyzies and stop by Le Chateaubriand for their local cuisine. Paintings at Lascaux, the caves at Gouffre de Proumeyssac and our very own Bara Bahau. It is cut over 100m into the earth's surface & riches of the prehisoric paintings of the boar, bear and bison dated back to 15,000 B.C.
Chateaux de Beynac and Castelnaud are a must as well to visit. Canoeing along the Vezere and the Dordogne will lead to Limeuil. Stop in for an apperitif in Limeuil where both rivers meet. Visit our friend Eric at ' CanoeEric ' in Le Bugue. He will set you up for a lazy warm afternoon on the river.
Our tourist office has the info you need. Also close by is the village de Bournat, a relieved 19th century french local craftsmen journey. Included is the Aquarium which attract our younger people.
Above all, the Dordogne is not just a river. It has more than 1,500 chateaux [castles] ,we have one right behind our house, with dundgeons.If only the walls could talk ...
The Dordogne is well known for it's gastronomy specializing in fois gras. The Groliere family has a great store around the corner and you can also visit it's building. Our black perigord truffles is a must. Try a truffle omelette, quite a culinary experience. Cepes, magret de canard [duck breast] and the local fish in the Dordogne cuisine will please your palate. A walk through history ! So memorable you'll want and need to come back.
Le Bugue and area has a nice temperate mild climate . It is also 45 min. to Sarlat, 40 min. to Perigueux and 50 min. to Bergerac.
Food, wine and history all in one.