The owners of the house met us on arrival and were very friendly; they even provided a few toys for our granddaughter to play with. The house itself was quite large and well equipped, however we didn't consider it suitable for small children because of the many steep steps and we didn't think the garden was suitable for either our granddaughter or our dog because of the sheer drop on the one side. The house was Idefinitely not suitable for the elderly or disabled, as one had to climb steep steps to get to the living area.
Treignac itself was not, in our opinion, the prettiest village in France as we had been led to believe and had so many steep hills walking was no pleasure, in fact coming back down the hills with a pushchair was so hazardous, we only did it once! We realise we went to Treignac out of season, but the only bakers' shop open was at the very top of the village, the gift shop only opened for 4 hours (2 evenings for 2 hours) a week and the 3 cafes closed at 8 p.m. and did not serve food.
We spent some time at the lake nearby and this we all enjoyed, but otherwise the holiday was a big disappoinment and we would never consider going back to Treignac in the future.
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