This stone cottage, built in 1793, is situated in a hamlet and is 5 minutes walk from the village of Teyssieu. Deep in the country, and ideal if you enjoy walking, bird life and superb scenery. At the end of the day, enjoy the sun set from the terrace, with a view of 15-20 miles, or try several very good restaurants within easy reach if you've still got the energy!
We are close to two of France's 'Grande Rondonnee' marked walks through the countryside, much of which is virgin woodland. You can hire mountain bikes in nearby Bretenoux. We are also close to Rocamadour, France's second foremost pilgimage site. You can swim or canoe in the Dordogne river nearby, or visit a large number of caves, several with prehistoric paintings. There are a lot of chateaux, mostly open to the public, particularly along the Dordogne valley which saw much of the action of the 100 years' war.