(Text automatically translated) Les Embards is completely free (2,5 ha), but not isolated. Great home for people who love peace and quiet. The adjacent guest house is kept private and will not be rented. Les Embards is a very 'cozy' house and has a beautiful panoramic garden around (3ha) with a large swimming pool (6x12) that can be sealed with an electrically operated deck. Furthermore, several terraces, tuinameublementen and sunbeds. House: Covered porch with antique 8 pers. dining table. Opening doors to the fully equipped 6 pers. kitchen (dishwasher, kk / freezer, stove, oven / microwave, etc.). Adjacent separate WC. Tasteful, cozy living room with sitting area around the fireplace. Furthermore, an 8 pers. dining area where French doors lead to the next terrace with another dining table. The bathroom: shower, washbasin and WC is downstairs. Upstairs are 3 bedrooms with 2 1-person beds, wardrobes and portable air conditioning. The cellar under the house is furnished as storage and laundry room with washing machine and dryer in the adjoining guesthouse is kept private and will not be rented. Also present: Ned.TV / video CD / audio system, telephone, electric heating, (6 X 1 pers.) Duvets, pillows, vacuum cleaner, BBQ, books, games, fly screens, fans.
- Villa968 sq. ft.
- Separate WCs1
- Min. Stay7 nights
Eric Kroonenberg / André Hovius
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- English, French, German, Dutch
- Calendar last updated:
- 24 Apr 2018
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Stunning terraces and huge pool. Fantastic outdoor spaces and barbecue facilities
We booked this property for its pool and outdoor spaces. It was really wonderful for our two teenagers with its huge and very deep pool, stunning terraces (there were several!) and lovely grounds, including woodland walks and wild flowers. Close to some fabulous places along the Dordogne Valley like, Domme, La Rocque Gageac, Beynac and not far from Sarlat, it's a great base from which to explore the area, if you can tear yourself away from the lovely pool.
There are two houses on the property and we rented one, whilst the other was kept unoccupied. The house is in a simple traditional French farmhouse style. The kitchen is very small, with a combined microwave/oven on top of the fridge, which was a bit awkward, but we had barbecues on most nights and made the most of the outdoor eating spaces, so not a big issue for us.
The bathroom was clean and tidy and there was an additional toilet next to the kitchen. It doesn't have any hand washing facilities though and would benefit from a small washbasin.
The bedrooms all contained single beds, and access is via a fairly rickety wooden staircase with no handrail. Ok for us but not for anyone with walking difficulties. We were told that we had to pay an additional €15 per person for bedding and towels. We brought our own.
All in all, we had a fabulous holiday here and spent most of it enjoying the pool and the beautiful terraces. It really is a lovely property.
(Text automatically translated) Orléans, Limoges, Brive, Souillac. In Souillac go (again after a very small piece toll) of the highway. This is exit # 55 Souillac / Sarlat. You will now follow the direction of Sarlat. Alternative 1, very nice route, but many curves and height: About 20 km from Souillac you see a road to the left with plenty of dishes, including state here at: Carsac and la Roque Gageac. This way you go, you will continue along the Dordogne drive as close as possible. If you are in Carsac you under the viaduct (right turn), at the crossing, the road and immediately left towards Vitrac and still la Roque Gageac. You keep the signs Vitrac / la Roque Gageac follow (note: it is a very narrow winding road) until you come out in Vitrac-port (end road situation), here you go left towards Domme (D703). Then do NOT turn left over the bridge (towards Domme for heavy traffic) but just keep going straight following the D703. After a few kilometers, the road over the River Dordogne. After the bridge over the Dordogne you will immediately Cenac. At the intersection (five jump) turn right towards St. Cybranet. A winding road with beautiful vistas brings you into the village of St. Cybranet.After the bridge over the Céou you see on your left restaurant Beau Rivage and the Church. After you go left (D57 direction Daglan), but you've probably seen the signs of Les Trois Collines. After about 1000 meters you go (for camping Céou) sharp right hoog.Na a small 100 meters turning left. After a fairly steep climb up the first road left. At the end is Les Embards
(Text automatically translated) Short (car or bike) from the Dordogne River. The attractions of the Périgord and the south, 'Lot' which includes the city of Cahors wine region - are easily accessible. Along the river Dordogne you will find beautiful towns of Beynac, Domme and La Roque Cageac. Alternatively you enjoy canoeing, sunbathing, swimming and wonderful hiking or cycling. The restaurants in the Périgord are famous for their vibrant kitchen. In such St. Cybranet (2km), Cenac & Daglan you for all your daily necessities right. In such Sarlat, Siorac and St. Cyprien are supermarkets and weekly market with regional products.
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