Fongrive Haut is a lovely country home with its own heated private pool, sun terraces and patios.The house is truly spacious and offers comfort and luxury in a rural setting. The villa has 3 bedrooms, two large doubles and one twin. In addition, there is are two further beds in the 2nd reception room for two extra guests, if required. The beds will be made up for your arrival and towels are provided. The property is totally equipped you will need nothing but your own personal luggage. There are two en-suite facilities, a family bathroom with WC and separate WC.
The spacious farmhouse kitchen/dining room is the hub of the house. The kitchen area is fully equipped and the dining table is able to seat up to 10 people comfortably. The lounge has a log fire and comfortable seating. There is a TV/Games room that has further seating with satellite television, various board games, books and a few CDs. There is a table tennis table, bats and balls.
Outside there is ample garden furniture and a BBQ. If you are feeling energetic, there are six bicycles to use. The villa has stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Fongrive Haut benefits from full central heating in winter together with an efficient log burning stove. The house also has wi-fi to connect to the internet with your own equipment.
General Information: The towns of the Dordorgne offer many events throughout the year and most have a weekly market. There are many excellent restaurants in the area catering for all tastes and budgets. Touring is a pleasure with such splendid scenery and quiet roads. Walks are available direct from the house with maps displayed by the village church. Fishing is also available in the region. There are several golf courses in the area (see below).
Wines: The villa is located in the main wine growing area for the Bergerac wines. There is a 'Route de Vins' through the region where visits can be made to the local vineyards to taste the local produce.
Activities: There are plenty of things to do in the area although some activities are seasonal. The Dordogne is full of wonderful towns and villages to visit, numerous chateaux to see, pre-historic caves to explore, and of course the river itself. The Dordogne has many beautiful views, numerous riverside restaurants and why not hire a canoe for a trip on the river itself. Other activities within thirty minutes drive include ten pin bowling, go-karting, mountain biking, evening markets, organised walks, and horse-riding.