3 bedrooms (2 double beds and 2 single beds), lounge, dining room, kitchen and communal garden for alfresco dining. In the centre of St Severin Village close to all local amenities. Spa supermarket, chemist, patisserie, bank and English tea room all within walking distance. There is a hotel pool opposite the house in Hotel De La Paix which you can use for a small fee or buying some drinks.
Only 10 minutes from the stunning Aubeterre sur dronne, 45 minutes from the town of Angouleme and 1 hour and 20 minutes from Bordeaux.
Lake/beach is situated in Aubeterre Sur Dronne approx 10 minutes drive away.
Car parking available outside the property.
Linen provided and clean upon departure. Should you want to bring your own linen and clean the house on departure please advise.
Sky TV & DVD player.
Iron / ironing board
Oven / hob
Aubeterre sur Dronne – officially one of France’s prettiest villages, with a monolithic church and a lovely square for drinks or dinner. There is also a river beach on the river with a children’s play area.
St Aulaye – another pretty beach on the river with children’s play area, café and water slides (water slides are only open in high season from 3pm to 6pm)
Lusignac – a lovely village with wonderful views and a popular bar/restaurant called La Licorne serving food, outdoor eating area.
St Paul de Lizonne – small attractive village with a couple of restaurants.
Ribérac – large market town with lots of local shops, including two wine caves and two big supermarkets. Lots of restaurants for both lunch or dinner. There are free music evenings in the square Tuesday nights in July and August.
Brantôme – very pretty, described as the “Venice of the Perigord”. Lots of good places to eat including a Michelin starred restaurant “Le Moulin D’Abbaye”. Also with good canoeing along a gentle stretch of river.
Bourdeilles – nearest chateau to visit with interesting furniture collection, good restaurant nearby called “Le Moulin du Roc” at Champagnac de Belair. Canoeing also possible at Bourdeilles.
Perigueux – with its lovely medieval centre and cathedral and is also full of good shops and interesting little pedestrian back streets, lots of pavement cafes and boat trips available on the river Isle.
Bergerac – apart from the wine interest (“Pecharment” is the best of the Bergeracs) the vielle ville is full of lovely medieval buildings, and boat trips can be taken on the river Dordogne.
Verteillac – nice little market town, famous locally for its “Merlaud” store, which is truly a tardis and for its antique market held on the 1st Sunday of each month.
St Emilion is approximately 1 hour away and is a world heritage site, even if you don’t like wine it’s worth a visit, especially to see the monolithic church and the lovely streets. There is also a “train” which can take you on a trip around all the local vineyards.