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Dordogne Sarlat stylish comfortable cottage, secluded garden sleeps 6
Situated on the banks of the Dordogne river, in SW France, this beautiful cottage is the perfect base for your dream holiday. With 3 bedrooms, spacious living area and fully equipped kitchen, Les Tournesols comfortably...
Classed as one of 'The Most Beautiful Villages in France', La Roque-Gageac, nestles against the honey stone cliffs, and is reflected in the Dordogne River. It more than merits it's ranking amongst the most picturesque and authentic villages of France.
This house, perched above one of the narrow...
The house has three bedrooms, two double and one twin room all with en-suite shower rooms. The ground floor consists of a lovely kitchen with outside terrace, one double bed room, the twin bedded room and the laundry room.
Stairs that lead from the kitchen take you to the second floor of the...
One of the most beautiful properties in the area in an exceptional location.
We are situated in Vitrac, 5 minutes south of Sarlat and 900 meters from the Dordogne River, in the center of the most beautiful and historic part of the Dordogne region. Both quiet and peaceful but close to everything,...
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Private Outdoor Pool (Heated)
About this property
New on the rental market, this superb property offers high quality accommodation for up to 12 guests. Its four spacious bedrooms, three bathrooms and wonderful open plan living space is the perfect holiday destination for a large family.
The huge garden, heated private pool and terraces provide...
I discovered this wonderful stone cottage in a poor state of repair in early 2000 when on holiday here in Domme. It has been a joy, working with local craftsman, to restore and discover the original shape and form of this village house which has now become a comfortable and contemporary home in...
This former small manor house, nestled in a 15th century hamlet, is the epitomy of the beautiful perigordine house: solidly built in the local, golden stone, with its neighbouring barn, remains of the original lauze stone roof, magnificent stone fireplace, and exposed beams and stone walls.