|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
This typical Dordogne cottage is beautiful. Upstairs are 1 double bedroom, and 2 twin rooms, all with exposed beams and very high ceilings.
For an additional charge, if a fourth bedroom is needed, there is also the Pigeon House (sleeps 2) a separate studio situated just 4 meters away from the house! Provides a double with en-suite facilities. Perfect for a peaceful retreat.
The kitchen, separate from the dinning room (which sits 8 and has a log fire), is fully equipped, from a large fridge freezer, to the wide professional cooker, microwave, dishwasher, while the washing machine and dryer are in a laundry room.
The lounge, furnished with confortable sofas and armchairs is fully equipped with TV (english sat.TV), DVD player.
Special Offer 15% off remaining weeks in 2016 (prices quoted include discount)
In a 1 hectare private garden, the 2 cottages and the 10 x 5m private pool have a prime position for stunning views over the rolling hills, and amazing sunsets! Set in the heart of the renowned Dordogne, you will be at a short ride from all the medieval castles of the Dordogne Valley, the world famous prehistorical caves of Les Eyzies and Lascaux, as well as, of course, the wine region of Bordeaux of which the first vineyards start 30 mins away from the cottages!
In just over 2 hours drive, you can reach the Atlantic Coast, climb on the highest dune in Europe, La Dune de Pyla (117 meters high), and enjoy the fresh oysters of La Baie d'Arcachon.
Bergerac airport, only 35mns drive away is the closest. Direct low cost flights from Stansted and other destinations (Flybe, Ryanair). Bordeaux, 2 hours drive away, has direct flights from Gatwick, Manchester and more. Car is essential, and car hire places are found in all of the above airports. Should you come with your own car, the 6 hours drive from all the Channel Ferry terminals is easy and pleasant thanks to the well built fast motorway system.
The stunning medieval town of Sarlat (in which many movies were shot) is just over 35 mns drive. The prehistorical caves of Les Eyzies are just over 20mns drive. The beautiful town of Bergerac, start of the wine area, is 30 mns away.
Each villages in the area take turns for market day. Hence, there is not one day in the week without one of those local attractions happening in the vicinity. The Tuesday Le Bugue market is renowned in the whole area, and is just over 10mns drive. You will find there all other shops, pharmacies, and supermarkets.
Cendrieux, our village, is 5mns walk away and has a supermarket, and a post office.