16TH CENTURY PERIGOURDINE GITE WITH POOL, DORDOGNE

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  • Cottage
  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 3

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 3

Type: Cottage

16TH CENTURY PERIGOURDINE GITE WITH POOL, DORDOGNE

1 bedroom Gite sleeps 2-4 surrounded by vineyards close to Bergerac

Beautiful old stone 16th Century traditional French Perigourdine property; which rests in its own private grounds within 0.5 acres.

The farmhouse, which dates from the 16th Century, has been sympathetically restored to include all modern amenities without detracting from its ancient charm and character.

Fig Tree Gite was the old tobacco barn and boasts a charm of its own. With original oak beams, stone walls and authentic floor.

Fig Tree Gite overlooks the mature gardens and orchard and is secluded and separate from the main farmhouse. Guests have private use of the swimming pool.

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Caroline W.

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16TH CENTURY PERIGOURDINE GITE WITH POOL, DORDOGNE
Bergerac, Aquitaine, France

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Approximately 10 minutes from Bergerac airport. Car hire companies service from the airport along with taxis at competitive rates.

There is also a train station at Gardonne that will take you to Sainte Foy Le Grande, Bordeaux or Sarlat, if you don't want to drive.

Situated between the towns of Bergerac and Sainte Foy Le Grande, both are less than a 10 minute drive away and both are wonderful medieval market towns. Packed full of quintessentially French character both host weekly markets, fine restaurants and offer many insights into the French way of life.

Close also to the Dordogne region, famous for the river that runs through it, offers many places of interest to sightseers and adventurers alike. From St Emilion to the Lascaux caves and Roc Gageac where the Dordogne carves its way through the canyon and houses are built into the vast rock face. Historic castles and châteaux abound - including the famous 11th century Château of Monbazillac.

Nearby vineyards will be only too pleased to welcome you to their cave for free wine tasting!

Also, in close proximity - Canoeing, Boat trips, Fishing, Waterpark, Bowling, Go-carting, Tennis, Golf (Chateau de Vigiers Golf and Country Club 6.6km) and Horse Riding.

Nearest beach, Arcachon 169km.

Grande Dune du Pilat - is the tallest sand dune in Europe and worth a visit.

Golf: Golf (18-hole) at the famous 'Château de Vigiers' is only a few miles away and may be followed by an excellent lunch or dinner in their restaurant.

More About This Location

Lake nearby, Rural retreats, Warm winter getaways, Waterfront

Getting There

Nearest ferry port: St Malo, 350 miles
Nearest airport: Bergerac, 8 miles
Nearest train station: Gardonne, 3 miles
Car is recommended

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