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Le Chevrefeuille

1 Lieu Dit Pechboutier Dordogne Valley, 24220, Saint-Cyprien France
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A warm welcome awaits you at Le Chevrefeuille, perfectly located in the heart of the Dordogne valley just outside Les Eyzies and close to Sarlat. Le Chevrefeuille is a beautiful 18th-century farmhouse complex combining modern comfort with historical charm. Located in the picturesque and tranquil hamlet of Pechboutier, Le Chevrefeuille offers five charming en-suite rooms and two self-contained apartments, one two bedroom and one three bedroom with a private annex each with a private terrace and garden. See our listing for our award winning cookery school CookDordogne. We would be delighted to help you plan and enjoy a fantastic vacation in this amazing region of South West France.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Breakfast available
Bicycle rental
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Books, DVDs, music for children
Children's television networks
Secured parking
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Game room
Horseback riding
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Non-smoking hotel
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Sun loungers / beach chairs
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M Mac wrote a review May 2023
Veysonnaz, Switzerland4 contributions3 helpful votes
Driving to reach this wonderful place was an experience itself, so many beautiful buildings, well maintained and wonderful scenery as we crept deeper into the countryside. Tranquility, birds, occasional animals in fields and beautiful wildflowers together with forests of oak and lush verdant valleys. We were not expecting the beautiful building, most photos are taken from an advantage point, but everywhere you looked was charming, but perhaps even as impressive, was the wonderful perfume of the honeysuckle, as we were fortunate to arrive on truly sunny day, and everything looked simply beautiful. The building is better than quaint, full of charm and all the original features, as far as we could see, have been maintained and restored. The rooms are light and airy and extremely comfortable. Open the windows and you have birdsong. Downstairs is very well set out so that you can enjoy reading in the shade, swimming is at a distance so if there were noisy children they wouldn’t disturb the house and if you feel like exercise there are plenty of paths to try. The local town, St Cyprien, is an easy walk away. We ate breakfast and dinner, prepared by our hosts and And Sarah. Lots of local produce, everything absolutely delicious and fresh. The breakfasts, for a quasi French establishment, were exceptional. A really good fusion of the usual English with a French twist. We also had the pleasure of a cooking class which we found instructive and informative. Ian is a very knowledgeable chef and gave us both good ideas, tips and preparatory suggestions. Altogether a very interesting morning plus, he had the sense to provide some yummy wines to accompany the dishes we tasted. Altogether an excellent experience. We felt well rested and thoroughly enjoyed our time there. Would recommend for a group of friends or families, each would find it equally enjoyable. Five gold stars to our hosts.
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Date of stay: May 2023Trip type: Travelled with friends
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mysharoni wrote a review Jul 2022
Petaluma, California3 contributions1 helpful vote
A delightful garden for a large party of friends. Our hosts were so gracious and a good time was had by all. The rooms are comfortable and the château is oh so charming, located in the center of all that makes the Dordogne a favorite travel destination
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Travelled with friends
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rob&tara wrote a review Nov 2021
Stamford, Connecticut17 contributions16 helpful votes
My wife and I stayed here two nights in October so we could take a class at the cooking school. Our large room overlooked the beautiful grounds and was very clean and comfortable. The hosts were very gracious and made us feel right at home. The breakfast was superb with many choices. We would definitely stay here again.
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Date of stay: October 2021
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joworldtraveler wrote a review Sept 2019
Madison, Wisconsin17 contributions9 helpful votes
We arrived at Le Chevrefeuille for a two night stay with the express purpose of attending their cooking school and visiting Font du Gaume which is located just 5 minutes away. We arrived at their rural property with multiple buildings and we were oriented by owner Sarah who with her husband Ian moved to the area from England about 16 years ago. They have called this home and raised their children in this beautiful setting and developed the property to include a wonderful cooking school as well as apartments to accommodate larger group and family stays. We were shown to our room which was just charming with beautiful quilts, a lovely bathroom and a wonderfully comfortable bed. It was spotlessly clean. There was space in another area to keep refrigerated items and an honor bar in the breakfast room. The property also has a swimming pool. The cooking school is conducted outdoors in a covered area with multiple workstations and a long dining table. We loved the school which included a trip to the St. Cyprien market with expert guidance from Ian. We spent the entire day preparing courses with dining interspersed. It covered both lunch and dinner for us. The next morning we arose early for breakfast and headed directly to Font du Gaume to tour the cave. We so enjoyed our stay and I would recommend it for families traveling with children as well as couples.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Cape Cod traveler wrote a review Sept 2019
Cotuit, Massachusetts25 contributions6 helpful votes
The cooking class at Chevrefeuille was a high point of our three weeks in France. Ian took us to the ancient market (continuously running since the 14th century!) in Le Bugue and explained the intricacies of the varieties of veggies and meats we saw in the stalls, and we brought back ingredients to prepare under his supervision and funny observations. After preparing each course we got to sit and enjoy it with good wine and conversation with our fellow travelers, and learned so much about the food and the Dordogne area. Please make this a definite stop if you're in the area -- it's completely worth it, and really fun.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Londonlikes wrote a review Sept 2019
Clapham20 contributions9 helpful votes
We stayed in Passiflore gite for a week in August with our 2 children. La Chevrefeuille is such a beautifully calm and quiet spot in a great location. We enjoyed a day canoeing on the Dordogne, river beach trips, visiting Bournat and the local food markets during our stay and a couple of afternoons relaxing by the pool. The children loved having the guinea pigs out for cuddles (they are very much missed!) and exploring the grounds. The swings were a bonus and it felt a very safe place to be. Sarah was incredibly helpful and accommodating. It really made our holiday in France. I recommend a trip to Creperie L’ Abreuvoir in Le Bugue!
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Becky H wrote a review Aug 2019
London32 contributions5 helpful votes
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We had a wonderful 10 day stay at Le Chevrefeuille. We stayed 7 nights in The Passiflore gite and 3 nights b&b in the Family room and Family Suite. The gite was fantastic for our family as it had all the conveniences we needed and the terrace led on to the garden and pool. But it was also lovely to stay in the b&b, which had beautiful rooms (family suite was especially lovely), a tasty breakfast and the chance to chat with other guests at breakfast. The gites and house are surrounded by lovely gardens and a courtyard. The pool is fantastic and safely surrounded by a gate. The play room was a big hit with our girls, as were the pets. It felt so safe, we were able to relax, while our 5 year old twins enjoyed some real independence playing with new friends. The other guests were a nice mixture of families, and couples from UK, France, America and elsewhere. Sara, Ian and their kids were amazing hosts. Their daughter was so patient with our daughters who ‘helped’ her clean out the pets and do other jobs around the place. When we weren’t relaxing by the pool, we had a great time canoeing, horse riding (next door), visiting caves and a typically French prehistoric outside attraction/ museum, which the girls loved. There were some lovely family friendly French restaurants nearby. We also had a great time at the night market in Audrix with the tasty food, music and fun atmosphere. We had such a lovely stay. Would thoroughly recommend.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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CalBear_02 wrote a review Aug 2019
San Francsico, CA253 contributions20 helpful votes
We found this place through our agent with Ciao Bambino. The price seemed too good to be true but this is a gem of a hotel. Our kids needed to unwind after a day of site seeing and this place had everything we needed to relax and unwind. Sarah is lovely and provided a great breakfast every morning. Unfortunately they don’t serve dinner anymore but they did give us recommendations for nearby restaurants.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Kar0002 wrote a review Jul 2019
Dublin, Ireland3 contributions1 helpful vote
We had a wonderfully relaxing time here at Le Chevrefeuille. Sara, Ian and their lovely children made us feel very welcome and were always around if we needed them. The setting is stunning, and it's very quiet in a good way. Perfect spot if you have small children, lots to do at the house, they will never be bored, tons of safe space to run around in. I highly recommend doing the half day family cooking course, it was great fun and something different. Close to many lovely towns and castles. I would highly recommend Le Chevrefeuille.
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Date of stay: July 2019
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JCMColorado wrote a review Jul 2019
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Our first trip to this area, and we wanted to find out why Bruno,( Chief of Police series) likes this part of France so much. Now we know. Everyone you meet is helpful and friendly. And none more than the hosts here. We decided to take a cooking class when planning the trip, and happened upon their site. The reviews were very good, but sometimes they can be misleading. However.... THIS PLACE IS GREAT :-) Ian and Sara have created a very special spot to spend time in the Dordogne. The market tour as part of the cooking class was a real highlight, with Ian's thorough explanations about duck, cheese and fois gras. His relationship with the vendors in the market, since he has lived here for 16 years, made the experience very special. The class itself was entertaining and enjoyable. A bit of friendly competition and lots of laughter was included along with good wines, and an excellent menu. I always feel if I pick up one great new technique in a cooking class it was a good value, and in this one we picked up several. The class was light hearted and fun but structured enough to have real value for the amateur chef. The luscious lunch we prepared was tasty and filling, thus no dinner that night was wanted. As to the B&B, it was clean, quiet and comfortable, with a great breakfast. While the self catering units each have a kitchen, there was a fridge and some kitchen facilities available in a separate lounge area for the bedroom units as well, and a washing machine available at a small charge. The location is not difficult to find, even though very rural, and we stayed two nights but wish we had stayed there longer, as the many attractions of the area are much closer to Pechboutier than Sarlat. Also the setting is peaceful and quiet , which is nice after a busy day touring the region, lush with caves and castles. We have already decided we will be back in the future for another class....
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Date of stay: May 2019
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Frequently Asked Questions about Le Chevrefeuille
Which popular attractions are close to Le Chevrefeuille?
Nearby attractions include Musée La Rue du temps qui passe (4.7 miles), Chateau de Marzac (4.3 miles), and Les Combarelles (3.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Le Chevrefeuille?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Le Chevrefeuille?
Guests can enjoy breakfast and barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Le Chevrefeuille?
Yes, free parking and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Le Chevrefeuille?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restaurant La Maison, Nosco, and L' Atelier d'Epicure.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Le Chevrefeuille?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Le Chevrefeuille?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.
Are there any historical sites close to Le Chevrefeuille?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Chateau de Commarque (3.8 miles), Grotte du Grand Roc (4.0 miles), and Roc de Cazelle (2.7 miles).