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La Dependance

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Overview
3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
6 guests
7 nights minimum
Holiday Rental House
La Dependance is a spacious and comfortable 3 bedroom home in a pretty hamlet in the Perigord Vert region of the Dordogne. Renovated in 2011/12 it offers 2 extensive living areas, 2 bathrooms plus a sunny roof top terrace with captivating views out over the Lizonne river valley. Nearby villages provide for your immediate needs, while the regional centre of Riberac offers hypermarkets and a range of specialty shops, and is well known for its huge Friday market. The art deco Café des Colonnes (1831) is a local institution and popular meeting place. In this unspoilt region of France, locals share their enjoyment of good food and conviviality in the village bar restaurants, at their annual fetes, festivals and in the weekly village markets. Famous wine regions lie within easy reach. I...La Dependance is a spacious and comfortable 3 bedroom home in a pretty hamlet in the Perigord Vert region of the Dordogne. Renovated in 2011/12 it offers 2 extensive living areas, 2 bathrooms plus a sunny roof top terrace with captivating views out over the Lizonne river valley. Nearby villages provide for your immediate needs, while the regional centre of Riberac offers hypermarkets and a range of specialty shops, and is well known for its huge Friday market. The art deco Café des Colonnes (1831) is a local institution and popular meeting place. In this unspoilt region of France, locals share their enjoyment of good food and conviviality in the village bar restaurants, at their annual fetes, festivals and in the weekly village markets. Famous wine regions lie within easy reach. In this region of great natural beauty there is an abundance of easily accessible history, art and architecture. The lovely rivers provide swimming beaches and facilities for water sports, along with the Water Park of Lake Jemaye. The entire family is well catered for with a whole range of holiday activites, including golf and horse riding. There are many world class restaurants in nearby towns. Explore prehistoric cave art, Roman ruins, feudal fortresses and classical chateaux, formal gardens and some of the most beautiful villages of France. More
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About the Owner
Brenda H
Languages spoken:English
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:March 2012
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Amenities
Pets Allowed: No
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Yes
Cooker
DVD Player
Grill
Fishing Nearby
Game Room
Refrigerator
Long Term Rentals (Over 1 Month)
Central Heating
Washer
Dryer
Towels Provided
Freezer
There Is A Golf Course Within 30 Mins Drive
Cycling Trips
Cable/satellite TV
Iron
Beach Or Lakeside Relaxation
Hairdryer
Stereo System
TV
Hiking Trips
Parking
Microwave
Rural/Countryside Retreats
Linens Provided
There Are Tennis Courts Nearby
Horse Riding Nearby
Kettle
Watersports Nearby
Toaster
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The front door of La Dependance opens onto a spacious foyer with wrought iron staircase leading to upstairs accommodation. The foyer also gives access to a second downstairs bedroom with twin beds. Upstairs, the original loft is dramatic, spacious and light filled. The timber beams, many the shape of the original tree, are fastened without nails in a fashion dating back to the 11th century. A south facing double glazed wall bathes the interior in sunshine and light. Here, an open plan salon divides into four, with a tete a tete area, an area with settee and armchairs, a quiet reading/writing space, plus a dining area. There is a well equipped kitchen with all new electric appliances. At the far end is a double bedroom and separate bathroom with dressing room and generous shower recess. The downstairs foyer also gives access to a modern, new living room with lounge chairs and dining table particulalry suited to relaxed entertaining, with large double doors opening to the outside. There is a 2nd refrigerator and microwave here, and a washing machine and dryer. The new 3rd bedroom has a king size bed and there is a 2nd bathroom with shower and toilet alongside. There is electric central heating throughout and ample drawer and hanging space. There is satellite TV on both floors with DVD downstairs. A selection of board games, CDs and books, including comprehensive guide literature, is provided.
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About the neighbourhood
The Perigord Vert was named by the 19th century writer Jules Verne for its lush green woodlands and its streams. It is considered by many to be the prettiest region of the Dordogne. Characterized by its lovely rolling countryside, the many small villages with their Romanesque churches are little changed since the Middle Ages. In this region of great natural beauty there is an abundance of easily accessible art, architecture and history. Some of the oldest and finest chateaux are to be found in the Perigord Vert, such as the 13th century feudal fortress of Bourdeilles. Within its massive defensive walls there also stands a 16th century Renaissance chateau, decorated by artisans of the Leonardo da Vinci school of Fontainebleau. There are also important examples of the Decorative and Clas...
How to get there
Ryanair flies to Bergerac (less than 1 hour's drive) from Bristol, Stanstead, East Midlands and Liverpool. Ryanair also flies to Angouleme (45 mins drive) from London Stanstead. Flybe flies to Bergerac from Edinburgh, Leeds, Bradford, Birmingham, Gatwick, Southampton and Exeter. Bordeaux (1.5 hr's drive) has flights from London Gatwick (British Airways) and Dublin (Air Lingus). There are also flights from Manchester to Limoges. By rail, Angouleme is 2.5 hours from Paris by TGV and 6 hrs from London via Lille on Eurostar/TGV. By car and ferry, La Lande is 380 miles from St Malo, 428 miles from Caen, 480 miles from Cherbourg or Le Havre and 540 miles from Calais/Tunnel. Car hire is available from Bordeaux, Bergerac, Limoges and Angouleme airports and Angouleme TGV station.
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