Beautiful Dordogne Peaceful Deluxe Cottages for 2

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  • Cottage
  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 2

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 2

Type: Cottage

Beautiful Dordogne Peaceful Deluxe Cottages for 2

Two Self-catering Holiday Cottages Each for up to Two People with Pool.

Wednesday - Wednesday changeover in peak months

Between Bergerac & St. Emilion in the Dordogne Region of South West France

Enjoy self-catering holidays in two 18th century natural stone cottages, tastefully restored by English owners Johanna and Andy Jaggs, each furnished to offer 21st century comfort and convenience.

Set in 7 acres of grounds, amid fields, vines and woodland, the cottages offer comfortable, tranquil and peaceful holiday accommodation to the most discerning of couples in a child-free environment

Stylish interiors with all modern facilities and landscaped ...Read more

About the owner

Bibiche Ruffler

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    4.9 / 5.0 based on 17 reviews


Beautiful Dordogne Peaceful Deluxe Cottages for 2
Montpeyroux, Aquitaine, France

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Lac De Gurson
Within easy walking distance (1km) is the Lac de Gurson. This lake complex was built about twenty years ago by all the local communes. It has two large lakes, one has a beach area with beach type cafes, bars and restaurants. There are areas for fishing and quiet paths which are excellent for walks, and also two very good tennis courts, and a boules area.
At the top of our 200 metre entrance drive is a country lane which leads in one direction to our local village of Villefranche-de-Lonchat which is less than 2km away. The village has a great deal of history associated with it dating back to the 12th century. There are two churches dating from the 14th century and a museum has been established in the Hotel de Ville to illustrate the local history. Villefranche has a pretty tree lined village square, two cafes, restaurant, boulangerie, butcher, post office, pharmacy and a general store.
Beautiful Countryside
Turning out of our entrance drive away from Villefranche leads through many hectares of woodland to the pretty hilltop village of St. Vivien. In all directions there are picturesque country lanes winding through forests, fields of sunflowers, wheat, maize or cattle, sheep and goats, ... and only the occasional tractor or car. The area is superb for walking or cycling.
The nearest large town is Montpon-Menesterol (10km) where there is a colourful street market every Wednesday morning. Branches of major French banks can be found as well as a wide range of high street shops and an excellent supermarket with fuel filling station.
Castillon-La-Bataille (16km) has a market every Monday morning and is the nearest of the towns situated along the bank of the river Dordogne. The town is famed for the battle against the English that ended the 100 years war. Every summer the town puts on a magnificent re-enactment of the battle involving hundreds of the local people, this spectacular is well worth a visit.
St. Emilion
St. Emilion (22km) is an exceptionally beautiful medieval town with steep hilly cobbled streets running between ancient limestone buildings. It is famed for it's production of some of the finest red wines in France In the 8th century a hermit from Brittany, Emilion, settled in a cave that contained a natural spring. Over the next 500 years this cave was hollowed out and enlarged and is now the largest monolithic church (hollowed from a single rock) in France. Today this chapel overlooks the main square.
Ste Foy La Grande (30kms) has a market every Saturday and is lovely town to visit with the Dordogne river running through it.

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Lake nearby, Rural retreats



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