|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Well equiped recently rennovated top floor apartment. One of only two appartments that make up 'Riverside House'' which has been tastefully converted from a medieval detached residence. Situated in the historic riverside quarter of the village the property is only meters from the Beautiful dordogne river, and has easy access on foot to local restaurants, creperie, and boulangeries for freshly baked bread and croissants. The apartment is fully self contained and is ideal for a family looking to take in the delights of the area. The 200 litre Balon provides lashings of hot water, and the leather setee, chairs and recliner provide a comfy place to relax. The dining area has a table and four chairs, and the newly installed kitchen will suit even the most adventurous cook to try the local delicases such as; canard, moule, noix st jaques, and crevettes. In season pick up your locally produced vegeables, chicken, cheese and wine at the weekly farmers market held in the square outside
Delightful Waterfront Property in Beaulieu Sur Dordogne. This recently restored medieval property in a picturesque setting on the banks of the Dordogne River is divided into 2 apartments. 'Rose' on the first floor and 'Fleurie' on the top floor (see apartment tab at top of advert) both offer comfortable accommodation for 4 people and have superb views of the Dordogne and the Chapelle. The house is situated close to many amenities which include a large variety of restaurants to satisfy those gastronomic delights. Or should you choose a picnic on the banks of this beautiful river with its wonderful scenery. Beaulieu Sur Dordogne celebrates its famous strawberry festival each May, there is also a typical French market in the square every Monday, you will never tire of the produce this market town has to offer. For the water enthusiast canoeing and kayaking is available and a swimming pool complex with tennis courts and volleyball is located within just 5 minutes walk along the river
So much to see in and around Beaulieu Sur Dordogne which is situated in close proximity to the seven villages belonging to les plus beau villages de France (The most beautiful villages in France). Surround by medieval architecture this beautiful market town in the south of the Correze has a mild climate. It is sometimes compared to the Cote d'Azur. Its southern border location in the region makes it a popular holiday destination.
This was a lovely apartment to spend a week exploring the Upper Dordogne area. The apartment is spacious and a perfect size for a family of four, with a good sized well furnished lounge with windows allowing light to flood in throughout the day and with views towards the river to die for.
Situated in the old part of town, the daily walk to get the baguette was a lovely start to the day, and a number of shops to explore and a range of restaurants to suit all tastes and wallets all within a 5 minute stroll.
The town is stunning with lots of things going on - eg markets, BBQ and music, and the mandatory outdoor square to sit down with a coffee to watch the world go by.
There are loads of beautiful towns to visit within a half hour drive, and plenty of activities, although the highlight of my 10 year old sons holiday was a close call between canoeing, the clay courts at Brive and the mini grand prix go kart race track near Pers.
There is an excellent lido 5 minutes walk across the river with two playable tennis courts, good enough for a friendly knock about. There is even a stretch of the Dordogne sectioned off to swim in for the brave.
We highly recommend this appartment, you won't be disappointed, we were sad to leave - definitely a place we want to come back to one day.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this beautiful riverside apartment with fabulous views overlooking the Dordogne and the quaint market place below. On the doorstep is the village of Beaulieu, with the river, chapel, restaurant, swimming pool and tennis courts just a few minutes walk away. There are several patisseries, bars and restaurants in town and a small handy supermarket.
The weekly market sold fresh produce from the region and had a lively atmosphere. During our stay we were lucky to have live music and dancing in the square and by the river one evening, with all the local families joining in - a real treat.
The 2nd floor apartment is newly renovated and stylishly furnished with clean, comfortable good-sized rooms. It was ideal for our family of four. There was plenty of hot water and it was well-equipped for family use. We are definitely planning to make a second visit very soon.
Beautiful Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne nestles in the upper reaches of the Dordogne valley, and is close to Curemonte, Collonges-la-Rouge, Turenne, Carennac, Loubressac. Bealieu is a charming medieval town with its Romanesque Abbey, it's old and narrow streets and it's half timbered houses.
Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne is nicknamed tha 'Riviera of the Limousine' for its mild climate and profusion of palm trees, this town in the South of the Correze has an attractive historic quarter and most famously the outstanding Eglise St-Pierre, with it's south doorway dating back to 1125.