Although attached to the main 14th century house, this charming apartment is completely independant with it's own entrance via it's own garden, within lockable gates which provide secure parking. For those who like self-catering it's ideal, the kitchen area is well-equipped with a large fridge, gas cooker and microwave. The bedroom and sitting room are both painted in restful colours, and have antique furniture. The log burner provides warmth for those cool summer evenings or cold winter days which make it lovely and cosy.
The sitting room has a sofa, which is an antique bed and can also be used as a bed for a child or third adult; although this arrangement can make accommodation rather cramped, so it really is better for 2 people only.
Please note: we charge 60€ per week extra for a third adult, (plus 15€ for bedlinen and towels) children are free up to 14 years old, plus 15€ for bedlinen and towels.
The main house, where we also have 2 B & B rooms, is suitably situated so that apartment guests can remain private if they wish, as the B&B guests have use of our own garden. Please, absolutely NO SMOKING INDOORS, there is a smoke alarm.
Our house is set in a quiet hamlet, among the rolling hills and forests of the Dordogne valley. Local activities include tennis, horse-riding, golf and canoeing. Nearest restaurants at Campsegret, St Sauveur, Lembras and Queyssac which are 2.5-5km. Bergerac (10 min), with its medieval old town, is on the river Dordogne, and there are plenty of gourmet restaurants and shops selling local produce and regional wines. There's a park lake for swimming nearby, and a very good eating place within the park grounds, which are laid out so that you can also have a brisk hour's walk or jog. Bergerac's airport (15 mins) has flights to many towns in the UK. The area has much to offer for walkers, cyclists, sightseers and wine tasters, with quaint medieval villages, châteaux and gardens to visit. Les Eyzies,with its prehistoric caves & cave paintings is an hours drive along the Dordogne river passing châteaux and vertiginous clifftop villages, orchards and walnut farms.