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Ancient, fully restored, 13th century medieval village house with garden & patio

Bedrooms 4
Space 2,152 sq. ft.
Property type house
Minimum Stay 5 - 7 nights


About the property

4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, historic village house with romantic, sunny patio garden

Maison de la Paix, Issigeac, Bergerac, Perigord Poupre, Dordogne, Aquitaine, France.


Situated in the very HEART of 100 YEAR WAR country, bastides, medieval villages, troglodyte caves, chateaux, huge winding rivers, vignerons par excellence, truffles, village markets, the home of foie gras and to cap it all – the most beautiful countryside imaginable!

Day outings to Bordeaux, St Emilion, Limoges - famous for its fine pottery, Cahors – the seat of fierce resistance to the German Occupation in WW2, to name but a few.

Few European areas are richer in history than this. Neanderthal and Cro-Magnon man bivouacked here, Richard the Lionheart was killed here, the Hundred Years' War (1337-1453) ended here and French resistance to World War II, occupation by Nazi Germany and the Vichy government began here.

There is so much to see and do in this greater area that one could, literally, spend a lifetime immersed in its exploration.

What better place to do it from, than one of the most authentic and well preserved medieval villages, with roots dating back to the 3rd Century – ISSIGEAC !

MAISON DE LA PAIX – FRANCE a Medieval Village house par excellence.

Maison de la Paix - France is all about living and the ‘joie de vivre’ of everything that makes life in rural France so special.

This historic house, with original features and materials dating back to the early twelve to mid thirteen hundreds, was selected and featured as ‘The Mystery Property’ in the popular BBC documentary ‘Escape to the Continent’ – the first airing of which was on 28 May 2015!

Having been sympathetically restored in the early 2000s, Maison de la Paix has an interior that, whilst retaining and embellishing authentic period features - has all the mod cons and flow necessary to make it a really comfortable and easy living space to be in and accommodate up to eight guests, in true French style.

Entering through a stone gateway, leaving the slow hustle and bustle of 'medieval' village life behind you, one finds a magical, sunny and very private, South facing garden, unique to only a few houses in our village and Maison de la Paix is one of the best.

To your right, a shaded garden dining pavilion, set in a semi-formal French garden, which is just perfect for you to enjoy alfresco, suitably long and typically French lunches, or dinners by candlelight.

To your left, a romantic terrace with comfortable sun loungers for that lazy afternoon snooze under the Maple tree.

Enter Maison de la Paix’s doorway - hewn in later years through the 13th century outer limestone wall of the village - into a cool, stone floored living area - that can only be described as 'incredibly special'.

That unique ‘French’ country sunlight streams into this South facing living area, and tracks back to it’s source, through the French doors and windows that open through the immense rampart wall, to the beautiful, sunny and private court garden, from which you have just entered.

The warmth of the strikingly beautiful French stone fireplace.

The immense rough ancient wooden beams supporting the high ceilings, with lighting options to cater for every mood.

The inch thick, natural stone floors hewn from the hills of the South of France - so perfectly functional - cooling the interior in the heat of summer and then oozing warmth underfoot in the cooler months of winter.

This living area flows seamlessly through to the kitchen bar area and onwards deeper into a kitchen, so well equipped, it would satisfy the most demanding gourmet chef in you.

Through an ancient doorway - the fun medieval dining ‘hall’, decorated in French period finishes and equipped with a wine sommelier for storing and chilling up to 120 bottles of your wines.

The décor - a combination of French antique and period styled medieval fittings, coupled with stylish current furnishings necessary for your absolute comfort.

A true marriage of stone, steel and timber if ever there was one!

A variety of seating and dining options - so comfortable, adaptable and accommodating – catering for all sizes of guest groups - from single to eight - allowing as much privacy, or not, as your mood dictates.

Follow the ancient, hand crafted wooden staircase, which gently meanders upwards to the sleeping quarters, where sumptuous beds await contented bodies and souls.

A reading and IT area on the landing, opening out to a romantic Juliet balcony. A perfect spot to catch up on emails back home, or print that important information for tomorrow's outing and - oh yes – uncapped FREE wifi is provided throughout the house as are telephone calls back home!


Boasting four genuine double bedrooms – all on the first floor - three of which are ensuite, Maison de la Paix is equipped to accommodate up to eight guests in style and comfort.

Each bedroom features luxurious, high quality, brand new, XL King size beds furnished with 100% Percale cotton bed linen and huge high quality fluffy white towels for bathing.

All with rose coloured wooden floors, high volume beamed ceilings and period features, the accommodation compliments the living area below by providing such an authentic French feel. (See full detail under facilities.)


For us, as a family, sharing the joys of freshly cooked meals and working and experimenting with the incredible ingredients to be ‘sniffed’ out at the numerous village markets, has always been a feature of our special holiday time together.

It's no secret - we love our food - and our kitchen at Maison de la Paix caters for this passion being excellently laid out and thoughtfully equipped.

At Maison de la Paix, cooking is definitely part of the daily entertainment ritual and conversation and inspiration flow seamlessly from the living and dining areas through to this well equipped kitchen, allowing those not involved in the day’s culinary art, to share a glass of wine and a chat with those that are.


Just thirty paces from your garden gate at Maison de la Paix, will find you at our favourite Boulanger - one of three in the village - where you can pick up that morning’s freshly baked bread, croissants or pastries.

What better way to start your day, than with a flakey croissant with cheese and preserves picked up from the fromage specialists, at the numerous open markets, you are sure to visit?

One hundred paces in towards the centre of the village, will find you at the door of the boucherie, charcuterie and traiteur in the Grand Rue, where Cyril LE MINDU will butcher your meat cuts to your personal specifications.

Regional delicacies are available from specialist shops dotted around the village and treats such as magret (duck breast), foie gras (goose liver), lapin (rabbit), regional wines and armagnac (local version of cognac) to name but a few, are all to be had just a short stroll away.

Pick up a flower arrangement for that special moment from the fleuriste Davide or have a treatment or massage by Sylvie at Centre Zen Shiatsu. There’s even a health food shop!

Just a short walk around the Tour de Ville will lead you past 3 restaurants with the furthest at 300 metres!

All special in their own way, from really good pizza and specialist regional salads with walnut and gesiers (duck gizzards) at Casa Del Seyrat, to really excellent traditional French a la carte or the menu de jour (daily menu) at La Bruciliere and Chez Alain / El Borini. Also, don’t forget Le Relais de l’Ancienne Gare about 600 metres along the Eymet road – a really excellent family run restaurant.

Other businesses to be found a short stroll from Maison de la Paix include: various art studios, pottery studio, glass blower, basket weaver, unique clothing boutiques, hair dressers, pharmacists, doctors, dentist, brocantes, cafés, bistrots, antiques, interior decorator, two well stocked, small franchise grocery stores, a Presse / Tabac and even a taxi operator.

On the other hand though, a short stroll in the other direction could easily find you on one of the unsurpassed, tranquil and comfortable country walks and cycling trails (boucles). France is famous for these boucles and Issigeac has some of the best that we have experienced.

These clearly marked routes meander through lush French forests, farmlands and vineyards, past churches and through surrounding ancient hamlets, past ancient windmills, across babbling brooks, past numerous view sites and historic features and countryside abundant with wildlife.

One can safely say that - everything that you will need for an unforgettable stay at Maison de la Paix - is available just a short stroll from your door.

Issigeac is a small intimate and secure little village, inhabited by many local French people, but is also a bit of a commercial hub of the immediately surrounding farming community.

What this means is that, even though it is so small and peaceful, it has just that right mix of activity and tranquility, that truly let’s one experience French country village life in the flesh and at it’s best - and the Sunday Market....?


By far the most festive in the region – our village market is so popular and so much fun that people drive from all over the region for the experience!

With stalls lining the winding medieval streets and alleyways - in and out- the ambiance - the colours, smells, textures, sounds, cultures and of course the food!

Fresh Bordeaux oysters, rotisseried pintade (guinea fowl), cailles (quail), farm chicken, roti de porc (rolled pork), chèvre (goats cheese), pâté de foie gras, duck confit, saucisson, café, cassoulet, paella, wine, art, music, clothing, stone cutting, fresh flowers, artisanal breads….the list goes on.

What better way to enjoy it than from your own village house, just a few steps away from all the activity and then to retire to your OWN quiet cool sanctuary – Maison de la Paix.

For us there was no choice - it just had to be Issigeac.

More Details

John & Louise
Member since: 2015
Speaks: english, Afrikaans - Dutch, French, German & other by email
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April 24, 2017

About John & Louise

We are a South African couple with two adult 'children' who, together as a family, have been incredibly fortunate to travel extensively, both in our own beautiful country, as well as Europe.

Being fortunate to live and bring up our family in what must be one of the most beautiful places on earth - the little seaside village of Hermanus, in the Western Cape region of South Africa - the seed for owning a second home in another country and culture was firmly planted in our brains in the early 2000s.

Our passion for property is unbounded and after a hard working career in retail building materials supply, we decided to indulge our passion.

The two of us once enjoyed a romantic barging trip in the Burgundy region of France and using our bicycles to explore the little villages along the way down the Canal du Nivernais, we were struck by the beauty of the French countryside and the textures and colour palettes of the ancient and often crumbling village houses – many of which were deserted and for sale!

Always being on the lookout for property for sale, our interest was sparked and the internet research began in earnest.

Initially, our thoughts turned to Italy and the beautiful Tuscany in particular, but having explored it on the three different occasions, we decide to revisit the French countryside again.

Obviously the French countryside is huge and the time and resources to travel limited, so we read everything we could about France and where the ideal spot would be to indulge our fantasy.

Having narrowed it down to the Dordogne, our first family holiday in France was booked and…….the rest is history.....we were HOOKED!

John & Louise purchased this house in 2014

Why John & Louise chose Perigord Pourpre

On our first family holiday in this region, we spotted an idyllic little water mill and although our initial interest in purchasing it did not produce results, a few years later, we became the proud owners of that beautiful spot.

The problem was that we had completely underestimated the enormity and cost of turning it into what we dreamed of, especially from the Southern tip of Africa.

After another two years of dilly dallying, we also came to the conclusion that, from a vacation point of view anyway, life in one of the little villages would be really enjoyable – provided we could find something that looked after our needs of privacy, peace and tranquillity.

In August 2014 we visited the area again, and having always been attracted to more remote country properties, this time we decided to try the little medieval village of Issigeac which we had fallen in love with on our first visit to the region.

As they say in the classics…we were hooked and hopelessly in love with this little village and having done the critical LOCATION, LOCATION and LOCATION test Issigeac it was and we proceeded to look at everything that was available – but alas – returned to South Africa empty handed.

Late last year, it was back to Issigeac again, this time armed with our kids who joined us for our annual get together.

Having rationalised our thoughts and having had the benefit of some less emotional input from the kids, we decided to raise our sights and look at a property that had been so tempting to look at on our earlier visit, but seemingly out of our reach.

Well from the moment we crossed the threshold, on that cold and rainy mid-winters day, we were smitten – every one of us!

In the process of buying this property, the ownership of which became ours officially, just a month or two ago, we not only found ourselves with a spiritual home in Fance, but made our first good friends in Issigeac, in the lovely couple from whom we bought it.

This was just meant to be

What makes this house unique


Issigeac - surely one of the most interesting little villages in the Perigord?

Issigeac - an unspoiled authentic French medieval village - survivor of the trials and tribulations of a troubled, violent, sometimes peaceful, but always colorful evolution and history.

Built, plundered, burned, sacked, rebuilt, again and again throughout it and France’s fascinating history, the modern day Issigeac has survived as a beautiful and unspoiled example of a classic medieval French village.

Issigeac’s roots in the modern history of mankind are literally set amongst and on top of ruins from various periods dating right back to Gallo Roman times - when the Roman villa of Sedius was first built here in the 4th century.

Some of these high or low lights, depending on one’s view, include:

During the Frank Period, the early 6th century monastery of Sediacum gives root to the name – “Issigeac” – to which it eventually evolved.

The 12th century monks of the Benedictine Order coming under the protection of the Abbey at Sarlat during the Capetian Period in 1153.

The sacking and destruction by the Lord of Bergerac - Renaud 4th de Pons and 600 of his men in 1300 and the subsequent order of compensation that he was compelled to pay.

The 100 Years War with the eventual ‘taking’ of the town from the English in 1437. Infamously known as ‘The Prince of Ruffians’ - the Spaniard Alexandro de Villadrando a Lieutenant of King Charles 7th, King of France – and 10,000 of his toughest soldiers, virtually destroying the town, once again, in the process.

The building of the late Gothic church 1449 - 1527 during the Renaissance Period and the rebuilding of the Chateau on the remains of the old one during the Sun King Period around 1660.

Guestbook comments from the owner

Hello John,

We truly enjoyed the lovely house in Issigeac. It was perfect for us. It was very difficult for us to leave such a beautiful place. Thank you so very much for letting us stay there. We hope we can stay again, and we will recommend this house to our friends. We will also type up a glowing recommendation on TripAdvisor.

We are home safely in our town of (removed) near Seattle, but we are already missing the town of Issigeac. We certainly understand how charming this village is and what brought you to purchase this beautiful home. If you ever find yourselves in the Seattle area, please consider contacting us.

Best wishes
Aug 2015
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Issigeac House Accommodation and Amenities

Property Type:
  • house
  • Guests provide their own meals
Floor Area:
  • 2152 sq. ft.
House Rules:
  • Max. occupancy: 8
  • non smoking only ...
  • pets not allowed
  • Events Allowed
  • children welcome ...
Location Type:
  • Rural
  • Village
  • Away From It All
  • Family
  • Historic
  • Romantic
  • Sports & Activities
  • Tourist Attractions
  • Fireplace ...
  • Garage ...
  • Hair Dryer
  • Heating ...
  • Internet ...
  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided ...
  • Living Room ...
  • Parking ...
  • Telephone ...
  • Towels Provided ...
  • Tumble Dryer ...
  • Washing Machine ...
  • Coffee Maker ...
  • Dishes & Utensils ...
  • Dishwasher ...
  • Kitchen ...
  • Microwave ...
  • Oven ...
  • Pantry Items ...
  • Refrigerator ...
  • Stove ...
  • Toaster ...
  • Dining ...
  • Dining Room
  • seating for 8 people
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Gris - toilet , shower , Ensuite, towel warmer / heater, hair dryer & shaver socket.
    Bleu - toilet , combination tub/shower , Ensuite - towel warmer / heater, hairdryer & shaver socket.
    Rosé - toilet , combination tub/shower , Ensuite - towel warmer / heater, hairdryer & shaver socket.
  • Best quality, huge, white and fluffy bath towels with complete changeover every Saturday. Chambre Rosé - Victorian bathroom ensuite, with bath, overhead shower and glass screen, hair dryer, razor socket and towel warmer - heating radiator for the chilly months. Chambre Bleu - Victorian bathroom ensuite, with a bath with overhead shower and glass screen, a hair dryer, razor socket and towel warmer – heating radiator for the chilly months. Chambre Gris - Victorian shower ensuite, with glass shower enclosure, hair dryer, razor socket and towel warmer – heating for the chilly months. NOTE: Guests staying in Chambre Ivoire will need to share one of the other ensuites but have full access to the Victorian cloakroom as well.
  • 4 Bedrooms, Sleeps 8
  • Chambre Gris - 1 king , Stone walls, light, airy, views & shower room ensuite.
    Chambre Ivoire - 2 twin/ single , 2 large singles, stone wall. NB - share another ensuite bath
    Chambre Rosé - 1 king , Stunning master with bath & shower ensuite. Pvt. access too.
    Chambre Bleu - 1 king , Feature french fireplace and bath & shower ensuite.
  • HUGE BEDS - QUALITY, FRENCH, 100% Pacale Cotton bedding with complete changeover every Saturday. CHAMBRE Rosé +/- 42m2 Spacious, sumptuous, private, romantic and characterful Master Suite – period décor, private access staircase from external entrance or accessed from bedroom landing – full Victorian Bathroom ensuite. Perfect place for adults to shut themselves off from those rowdy teenage bedrooms, or to travel with elderly parents in tow. CHAMBRE Bleu +/- 25m2 Large, bright and airy suite - gentle blue décor, ancient feature fireplace, exposed limestone walls and full Victorian bathroom ensuite. CHAMBRE Gris +/- 21m2 Generous size, bright and airy - gentle grey décor with exposed limestone feature walls, period armoire and Victorian shower bathroom ensuite. CHAMBRE Ivoire +/- 18m2 Generous size, bright and airy - gentle beige and ivory décor with exposed limestone feature walls, period armoire. NOTE: Shares a bathroom with one of the other ensuites, full access to cloakroom too.
  • Books ...
  • DVD Player ...
  • Games ...
  • Satellite / Cable ...
  • Stereo ...
  • Television ...
  • Video Library ...
  • Balcony
  • Bicycles ...
  • Boat ...
  • Deck / Patio
  • Golf
  • Kayak / Canoe ...
  • Lawn / Garden
  • Outdoor Grill ...
  • Porch / Veranda
  • Tennis ...
  • 1 bicycles
  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • wheelchair inaccessible
  • autumn foliage
  • caves
  • churches
  • cinemas
  • forests
  • library
  • live theater
  • museums
  • playground
  • recreation center
  • restaurants
  • ruins
  • waterfalls
  • winery tours
Leisure Activities:
  • bird watching
  • eco tourism
  • horseback riding
  • outlet shopping
  • paddle boating
  • scenic drives
  • sight seeing
  • walking
Local Services & Businesses:
  • ATM/bank
  • Babysitter
  • groceries
  • laundromat
  • massage therapist
  • medical services
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • cycling
  • fishing
  • freshwater fishing
  • golf
  • hiking
  • hunting
  • mountain biking
  • rafting
  • swimming
  • tennis


Exceptional! 5/5 -
(9 traveler reviews)

Ancient, fully restored, 13th century medieval village house with garden & patio
average rating of 5.0 based on 11 reviews

Even better the second time around

  • 5 of 5

We returned a year after our first stay for a repeat experience and the same 5 star review as last year applies!! We actually started to feel a little bit special when the owners of the Le Relais de l'Ancienne Gare (our absolute favourite restaurant) greeted us with French gusto on our arrival and even Christian at the local bar seemed to recognize us.

So the Maison is as wonderful as ever. Clean, comfortable, spacious and convenient and the area of Issigeac and surrounds speaks for itself. We spent many happy hours cycling around this most beautiful countryside and returning to the Maison for a rest and cocktail before wandering around this ageless village.

We have been fortunate to have travelled to many parts of the world but I have to say I am not sure if this little corner of France can be beat. We are smitten and will try our best to return once more.

Kudos to John and Louise for having the vision to invest in this paradise and thanks for sharing it :)

  • Submitted: Mar 17, 2017
  • Stayed: Mar 2017
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: So great to have you back again and we must warn you.....when you are hooked on this part of the world you are well and truly hooked! Once again thanks to the two of you for all the photos and updates and you are always most welcome to return. John & Louise
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Amazing house, very helpful owner and manager, beautiful place!

  • 5 of 5

Our family had such a wonderful stay here. We were greeted by the house manager upon arrival. There were three bottles of wine for us (all amazing -- dessert wine was one of the best I've ever had), juice, milk, coffee, and croissants as a welcome gift! The house was very clean and beautifully decorated. Mattresses were firmer than I generally like, but pillows were very comfortable. So nice to have a washer and dryer as well as a kitchen stocked with everything we could possibly need to cook! The Sunday market in Issigeac was perfect for stocking up on local wine, food, and souvenirs. The owner replies quickly and thoroughly. We received arrival info that included everything from how to operate the dishwasher to restaurants in the area and historical information. Perfect for our family of four! Our young kids played in the fenced patio / yard and enjoyed walks around the village. Highly recommend this quiet, safe, and beautiful rental as a home base for the exploring the surrounding wine regions! Don't miss St. Emilion or dinner at La Brucelière in Issigeac! Thank you, John and Louise, for the lovely accommodations and all of your help while we were there.

  • Submitted: Dec 22, 2016
  • Stayed: Dec 2016
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
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Santa Barbara, CA


  • 5 of 5

It's hard to review perfection. It's hard to say more than the other reviewers have already said.

Honestly, everything was perfect, generous, comfortable, stylish, warm, well-thought out. The photos are accurate, but maybe don't even do it justice?

Comfy bed, crisp linens, a fully stocked kitchen for cooking, wine upon arrival, maps, a medieval village, bakery, and Sunday market right outside your door. Easy free parking. Hiking trails nearby, as well as the town of bergerac and many winery tasting options to study the wines of the region.

The regional food? Duck, duck, goose! Enough to get your fill for the next year.

Kind, thoughtful and helpful owners and the lovely Brenda to check us in.

It doesn't get better than Maison de la Paix. We were just 2 but the house is generously proportioned to be comfy for 8.

Thank you John, Louise, and Brenda, for offering such a breathtaking respite! We loved it!

Hope to see you in California some day!

  • Submitted: Oct 11, 2016
  • Stayed: Sep 2016
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: Wow.....! Your enjoyment of Maison de la Paix makes us all very proud and truly grateful that we can share it with those that use it as a base to explore the beautiful Perigord and surrounds. Thank you so much.
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Highly recommend this property

  • 5 of 5

We came as a couple for a relaxing week after attending a nearby wedding. It was our first time in this area of France.

The house is spacious, beautiful, peaceful and very well equipped. It's right In the centre of Issigeac, a short walk to the shops, a decent bar and a superb restaurant. It's also well located for trips to surrounding villages, vineyards and Bergerac (though a car is essential).

The owners are very friendly and responsive and provided a lot of information on activities. Highly recommend.

  • Submitted: Sep 26, 2016
  • Stayed: Sep 2016
  • Source: Owners Direct, from HomeAway
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Absolutely Amazing

  • 5 of 5

We stayed here for two weeks and had a wonderful time. The property is exactly as advertised, beautifully restored, clean and comfortable, fully equipped, perfectly located and very difficult to leave.

We explored the countryside and surrounding villages based on John and Louises recommendations and knowledge of the area and really we could not have wished for more from a vacation.

From the moment we were greeted by Brenda to the moment we sadly closed the front door for the last time our stay was exceptional.

Issigeac is a lovely little village very easy to wander around and even though we were there off-season we found enough open for dinners etc. The surrounding countryside is truly beautiful and the driving around from village to village very easy on good roads.

I had to tear my wife away from this fairy-tale location at the end of our stay and only managed to pry her hand off the door handle with the promise that we would return one day soon.

  • Submitted: Jul 4, 2016
  • Stayed: Feb 2016
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thank you Charles. It gives us great pleasure to be able to share Maison de la Paix with others, so that they too may use it as a base to enjoy Issigeac, The Perigord and the surrounding countryside and villages. Maison de la Paix waits to welcome you, if you do get to return next year as you plan. All the best to you both.
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Louisville, KY

Beautiful House, Best Trip Ever!

  • 5 of 5

Maison de la Paix is a spectacular property in an astonishing setting and I will always be grateful for the time we spent there. If you're interested in beautiful vistas, villages and castles this is the perfect home base for exploring the Dordogne and Vezere valleys. The pre-historic caves at Lascaux, Font de Gaume and Rouffignac will alter forever your impressions of early man.

The tiny village of issigeac is charming and ever so friendly and the Sunday market is superb. We were there when strawberries were luscious and ripe and lilacs and wisteria bloomed in startling abundance. The house is luxurious but comfortable and the nearby house manager is a phone call away if you have a need. John and Louise were entirely professional, yet warm and welcoming throughout the rental process. It is our dearest hope that we will be able to return in the future,

  • Submitted: May 1, 2016
  • Stayed: Apr 2016
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: The Perigord and indeed the whole region is truly a very special place and it is a real privilege and joy for us to be able to share Maison de la Paix with those who appreciate it as much as we do. Thank you Linda and family.
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Nearest Airport
15 Kilometres
FR Bergerac-Roumanière Airport (EGC)
Nearest Barpub
60 Metres
Choice of 3 all within walking distance
Nearest Ferry
679 Kilometres
le Havre
Nearest Train
19 Kilometres
Nearest Motorway
25 Kilometres
Nearest Restaurant
60 Metres
Choice of 4 all within walking distance
Nearest Beach
13 Kilometres
Lac de Lanquais, Lanquais, 24150
Car: recommended


Rates & Availability

Issigeac House Rental Rates

Rental Basis:
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Rate Period Nightly Weekend Night Weekly Monthly Event
Spring / Early Summer 2017
Mar 4 2017 - Jun 30 2017
6 night minimum stay
Notes: Rates are based on 6 guests; add $22 per night, per additional guest
Summer Season - 2017
Jul 1 2017 - Sep 1 2017
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
Notes: Rates are based on 6 guests; add $33 per night, per additional guest
Late Summer / Autumn 2017
Sep 2 2017 - Oct 27 2017
5 night minimum stay
Notes: Rates are based on 6 guests; add $33 per night, per additional guest
Late Autumn / Winter 2017/18
Oct 28 2017 - Mar 2 2018
5 night minimum stay
Notes: Rates are based on 6 guests; add $33 per night, per additional guest
"French Spring".....beautiful
Mar 3 2018 - Apr 27 2018
5 night minimum stay
Notes: Rates are based on 6 guests; add $33 per night, per additional guest
Apr 28 2018 - Jun 29 2018
5 night minimum stay
Notes: Rates are based on 6 guests; add $33 per night, per additional guest
Summer high.....!
Jun 30 2018 - Aug 31 2018
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
Notes: Rates are based on 6 guests; add $33 per night, per additional guest
"Last of the summer wine...."
Sep 1 2018 - Oct 26 2018
5 night minimum stay
Notes: Rates are based on 6 guests; add $33 per night, per additional guest
Oct 27 2018 - Mar 1 2019
5 night minimum stay
Notes: Rates are based on 6 guests; add $33 per night, per additional guest
My Standard Rate
5 night minimum stay
Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add $33 per night, per additional guest

Additional information about rental rates

Fees No additional mandatory fees
Refundable damage deposit $325.47

Cancellation Policy - 100% refund (less any banking and exchange costs) if cancelled more than 60 days before commencement of rental.

Owner's Cancellation Policy

  • 100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
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