A Stylish Cottage with a Big Garden, in a Village Location and On-Site Owners
Our gite is in the ideal spot to let you...
- Unwind from the daily grind
- Experience sites and life in France and
- Revive the spirits - so you go home refreshed!
We have high standards and have created our first gite with a quality look and finish and to include all the facilities and comfort that we ourselves would want for a perfect holiday.
This is a bright and spacious self-catering holiday home built in local Perigordian stone which has the added advantage of remaining cool in the heat of summer. It is set to sleep up to 4 people as a maximum.
A modern kitchen equipped with general utensils, cooking equipment, and basic condiments plus;
- Electric kettle
- Electric Toaster
- Electric Coffeemaker
- Electric hob and oven
- Dining table for 4 persons
The lounge has 2 comfy corner settees, perfect to relax on after a busy day.
- Complimentary WIFI
- JVC smart television
- British TV and recording facilities
- DVD player
- Music system
The luxurious bathroom has 2 basin units with plenty of storage, mirrors above and an electric point in-between, ideal for small electricals. Off the bathroom is a small laundry area.
- Thick towels
- Pool towels
- Washing machine
- Iron and ironing board
- Clothes dryer
Each one of our bedrooms is tastefully decorated for
- Very comfortable top quality king size sprung beds
- Superior cotton sheets and duvet
- Choice of feather or microfibre pillows
- Bedside lights/lamps
- Chest of drawers and hanging space with wooden hangers
- 12m x 6m in ground pool
- Outside shower
- Gas barbeque
- Wicker lounge chairs
- Dining table
- Sun loungers
- Garden parasols
Please remember to get your holiday insurance organised before you come as we cannot be held responsible for accidents, injuries or losses during your stay.
- Golf clubs for 2 available
- Picnic coolbox
- Complimentary wine
There is a wide choice of shops, markets, attractions, activities, and restaurants within a 2 to 60-minute drive.
Within walking distance find the 'Barrage de Miallet' lake with a 9km circular trail, ideal as an introduction to local flora and fauna. Pack a picnic and enjoy nature at its best. The village of Chalus (15km) is where Richard the Lionheart died and is part of a route where you can discover other places he visited too. Food lovers can enjoy the truffle museum at Sorges (30km) and the Fois Gras museum in Thivier (22km) which also has an excellent market on a Saturday. Brantome (35km) the Venice of the Perigord is a must as are both the nearby Grotte de Villars (20km) for prehistoric cave art and the stunning Chateau de Puyguihem (23km). The medieval city of Perigueux (55km) has a beautiful hilltop cathedral, cobbled streets, leafy cafes and Roman
Full details see our what to do and see section.
To get the best from your holiday a car is important and can be hired at any of the airports serving the Dordogne including Limoges, Brive, Bergerac, and Bordeaux. For those that don't fancy driving every day, it is only a 9-minute drive to the village of La Coquille which has a mainline train service linking Limoges to Perigueux where you can connect to many tourist places in the region as well as major cities in France.
If you fancy bike riding, the local roads are really quiet and we recommend you might like to visit www.bikehiredirect.com.
Why not check to see if your preferred dates are available here.