Perched on a hill among the vineyards, this villa in the Dordogne will excite travellers looking to commune with the region’s terroir. The sloping garden overlooks the rolling green countryside of Saint Antoine de Breuilh, a tiny hamlet with enormous charms. Inside the villa, you’ll love the simple, homey feel: the rough-hewn walls, tile and wood floors, and original exposed beams have warmth and classic holiday villa character.
The private fishing pond is a feature you won't find elsewhere, and will delight any anglers in the group. Indeed, outdoor activities aren't hard to come by here - lovers of hiking, horseback riding, tennis, and golf will all find their passion in the surrounding area. Wine is everything in this region. Follow the nearby Dordogne river 30 km east to Bergerac, where you’ll find both your local airport and the Maison des vins de Bergerac - a museum where you can learn all about the appellation. Put your newfound knowledge to use at the dozens of wineries surrounding the city. You’re also spitting distance from the famous Bordeaux region. A little more than an hour's drive will take you to Bordeaux (the city), where you can launch another unforgettable wine tour.