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Situated on a hillside, surrounded by forest within a pocket of calm and tranquility, near a quite picturesque hamlet, this lovely and spacious holiday house is waiting for you...

That is the perfect setting for an authentic French country holiday.

The accommodation comprises of :


A plethora of quiet lanes and leafy tracks provide the catalyst for you to enjoy walking and mountain biking. Whilst the wildlife, birds, forest and fields add another special dimension.  
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  • A kitchen table + chairs 
  • A large wall cupboard 
  • A fridge 
  • Oven 
  • An Electric coffeemaker 
  • Forks,spoons and accessories of kitchen for 12 people 
Living room 

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  • A table + chairs 
  • A large wall cupboard 
  • A television set color 
  • A dresser 

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  • A Bed (140 * 190) 
  • A bed (120 * 190) 
  • A Sofa bed 
The shower room 

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  • A shower 
  • Two basins 
  • A washing machine 

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  • Floor heating low temperature 
  • A domestic iron 
  • A vacuum cleaner 
  • An ironing board 
  • Garden furniture 
  • Barbecue 
We provide 
  • Covers 
We can rent you
  • Bed linen 
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  Welcome    Accommodations    About Perigord 

General Information about Dordogne - Périgord...

The house has panoramic views over the valley
The Dordogne is a very beautiful region with an immense variety of landscape and architecture. It is an area of traditional mixed farming and small market towns, with a wealth of houses, churches and chateaux.

The Dordogne's history is rich and has been inhabited by man since prehistoric times. It is world famous for its cave paintings at Lascaux. It has a variety of underground caves or "grottes". During the 13th and 14th centuries the French and the English fought over Perigord (the region from which the Dordogne region was later created). The hundred years war dominated the history of the Dordogne itself.

The river Dordogne itself flows south west for over three hundred miles until it meets the Atlantic near Bordeaux. Much of the region is still unspoilt, with vineyards, tobacco, fruit and geese seen locally, the products of which are sold in the local markets

The region is a diamond shape and at its' centre is the modern capital of Perigueux.

The region is described as having a gastronomic cuisine and there is no shortage of restaurants and bistros to support this. Specialities of the area are truffles and pate de fois gras in particular, but also walnuts and not forgetting the vin du pays and the well stocked cellars of every restaurant, bar and supermarket shelf!

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