Family friendly accommodation in rural and tranquil France at its best!
David & Agnes McCausland
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Amazing Family Holiday
We have just returned from two weeks at Chez Luc and had a wonderful time. The house itself is in a gorgeous location and had everything we needed. The best feature is definitely the pool, which we didn’t really leave! There is lots to do in the surrounding area, including Canoeing at Montbron, which we loved so much that we did it twice. There is a lovely restaurant in Rozet, just 10 minutes walk from the house. The house has a lovely big sitting room with a terrace overlooking the pool and we even slept out there one night as the stars were so amazing. The children loved Chez Luc too and spent most of their time in the pool and lizard spotting! Lax, who looks after the house, is really lovely and helped with any queries we had. All in all a great holiday and we would love to return one day!
Amazingly well spaced.A big well fitted kitchen,downstairs bedrooms so cooler.The upstairs is the lounge,size of a tennis court,with little areas TV, books ,lounging.All this plus a open balcony with seating for7/8.The photos on site do not do it justice.The pool and gardens sun or shade the choice is yours.It is so quiet,night is night so dark.
Lovely quite setting well equiped
There just for one week. Loved it, great weather and great surroundings a. Gite was well equiped. We had a very comfortable and relaxing time.
lovely quaint comfortable home
we stayed here three years ago and it was fabulous. lovely french kitchen and courtyard very pretty. fine pool. well looked after and our kids had a great time and still talk about chez luc! wishing you well and look forward to heading back there some day!
Rozet is a small hamlet, some 20 miles from Angouleme and 12 miles from the picturesque river town of Brantome. In the heart of beautiful forested countryside of the Perigord Vert this is a peaceful area with rivers and lakes for canoeing, boating and fishing. In the local villages there are markets to meander in and outdoor cafes where you can sit and watch the world go by. Angouleme, capital of the Charente area is good for shopping, hypermarkets. Cognac is not far and there are several brandy houses to visit there. A little further south are the prehistoric caves of the Dordogne and the wine areas of Bergerac and Bordeaux. St. Emilion is a pretty hillside town to visit, and also home of one of the most famous red wines of the area. For walkers, the local tourist offices have maps of the many signed walks and rambles through the lovely countryside. The area is peaceful rural France at its best