About the property
- House1614 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay1 - 7 nights
"Manoir de Moncé" is a newly renovated historical country house The origins of today's country estate go up to the 14th century. back. 1715 Moncé was classified as Château.
Manoir de Moncé divides into the off-season in 3 living areas.
The Bel Etage is a gem for nostalgia lovers France travelers and passionate amateur cooks. With more than 150 square meters, it is the largest apartment of the west wing and has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and the living room generously accommodate 6 people.
The interior is a declaration of love to the savoir vivre of the Dordogne. The heart of the home is the kitchen. The old oak flooring gives the room a very special aura. Amenities include a gas stove and oven of Rosieres, much quieter refrigerator from Smeg and a Norwegian Jotul stove. The food here is prepared delicacies can be enjoyed at the big table in the kitchen, found at the convenient 10 people place or on the terrace giving under a shade mulberry overlooking the large lawn at the swimming pool.
On cooler evenings, the lounge invite to come back conversations. And of the comfortable sofas you look at the large open fireplace. The blazing flames ensures here for maximum comfort and a particularly pleasant atmosphere.
The painted in a delicate shade of pink bedroom Rosé is adjacent to the kitchen. Who wakes up in the morning here, can see through the east-facing windows of the sun come up. Next to the bedroom is a bathroom with a small tub.
The second bedroom is the perfect retreat. It is a little off, behind the salon. The attached bathroom with toilet and shower shared by the guests with the inhabitants of the tower room. Through the small window you look across the meadow slope up to the edge of the forest.
A special highlight is the tower bedroom. In combination with the green painted wooden bed and floral patterned curtains a delightfully relaxed atmosphere. It has two windows - east and west. Anyone who embeds here will feel the charm of Manoir de Moncé particularly intense. Because the property has not only a fascinating history, but is also in harmony with nature.
Nikolaus von Grundherr
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- English, French, German
- Calendar last updated:
- May 8, 2018
Pool / Spa
Sports & Adventure Activities
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:30 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
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The Dordogne in southwest France was formerly part of the Roman province Aquitaninen. Today the department of Dordogne is in 18th Century mainly emerged from the former province of Périgord. One speaks of black, green, white and purple Perigord. Black represents the truffle, green for the evergreen oak forests, white for the limestone cliffs and purple for viticulture. The Perigord is known for its picturesque landscapes, rolling hills and its many medieval castles. The climate is very mild, the summers are long. In the Dordogne, the culture is not neglected: Thrilling include the prehistoric Lascaux caves with their cave paintings or the many medieval castles, such as Castelnaud. The wine cellar of Bordeaux and the historic towns of Périgueux, Saint Emilion, Bergerac, Brantome, Aubeterre, Cognac and Sarlat are within easy reach by car from Moncé. The provincial capital Périgeux is about 20 minutes away by car. Bordeaux and the long sandy beaches of the Atlantic are on offer for a day trip. Moncé belongs to the small town of Saint Aquilin and is located in the Perigord blanc. The origins of today's country estate go up to the 14th Century. 1715 Manoir MONCE was classified as Château. It is surrounded by picturesque hills, lush sunflower fields and romantic rivers. The next town is Saint-Astier, about 8 minutes. Here and in the immediate vicinity can be experienced every day one of the idyllic street markets and shopping traditional local specialties. In the neighboring towns of Moncé bakers a / boulangeries vying for the best baguette, delicious pain au chocolat and croissants crunchiest. Flea market lovers can get hold of rarities in the surrounding villages every weekend. They are called here Vide-grenier, brocantes or Marchés aux Puces. One of the most beautiful Brocantes is in Verteillac. The close Dronne you can explore by canoe or kayak. Golf courses in the near vicinity. And hikers and cyclists in the wonderful scenery around Moncé their money.
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• An- und Abreisetag: Sonntag • Strom nach Verbrauch, 0,20 € pro KWH • Feuerholz: abgelagertes Eichenholz je Ster ( ca. 1 m3 ) 60,-€, Abrechnung nach eigener Schätzung des Gastes • Heizung im Wohnbereich Bel Étage notwendig von November bis Mai: 100 € pro Woche Extra-Services: Sie möchten sich in Ihrem Urlaub nicht um die Alltäglichkeiten kümmern? Dann können wir Ihnen zusätzlich folgenden Service bieten: • Bettwäsche 10 € pro Bezug • Handtuch + Duschtuch 8 € • Zwischenreinigung auf Wunsch möglich: 20 € pro Stunde Auf Anfrage • Extra Kinderbett (bis zu 4 Jahren) • Zwei Kinderhochstühle (Stokke "Tripp Trapp")