Lovely, characterful and traditional house, fully renovated to offer a welcoming and spacious home to sleep 6.
Three bedrooms / two bathrooms, exposed stone walls and beamed ceilings throughout.
Fully equipped, new kitchen, living room with TV with UK satellite channels.
Charming garden in super country setting. Dining terraces and private pool - all open to the Dordogne countryside.
2 km to picturesque village with bakery and café bar.
Exposed stone walls and beams throughout.
Kitchen with large table for 6, electric oven, gas hob and dish washer.
Living room with TV with UK satellite channels and DVD. French windows to terrace and garden.
Separate bathroom with WC, shower and hand basin.
Utility room with washing machine.
Stairs to 1st floor;
Bedroom 1, double.
Bedroom 2, double.
Bedroom 3, double and z-bed if required.
Separate bathroom with WC, bath and shower and hand basin.
Dining terrace with table and chairs.
Lawned garden leading to open countryside.
Swimming pool 8m x 4m (up to 1.8m deep).
Off road parking for 2 cars.
Calendar 2016 - 2017
|From||To||Weekly rental rates||Euros||Sterling *||US Dollars *|
|27/08/2016||01/10/2016||September||€ 1,000||£ 855||$ 1,116|
|27/05/2017||01/07/2017||June||€ 1,000||£ 855||$ 1,116|
|01/07/2017||02/09/2017||July & August||€ 1,650||£ 1,411||$ 1,842|
|02/09/2017||30/09/2017||September||€ 1,000||£ 855||$ 1,116|
|Refundable Security Bond||€ 300|
- * Sterling & US Dollar rates are provided only as a guide. Rentals are payable in Euros.
- Prices are for the rental of the entire property above, per week.
- Bookings run from Saturday 4:00pm to Saturday 10:00am.
- No smoking in the property.
- Bookings include electricity, water, linen and towels (not pool towels).
The property is located 2 km from the picturesque village of Saint-Germain du Salembre with its baker, butcher and café bar.
Large supermarket and river boat excursions in Neuvic 8 km. All shops, restaurants, café bars etc in Saint-Austier, 10 km and Riberac, 15 km.
Nearby Lac Jemaye is one of several lakes in the area offering a beach, children's playground, nature trails, canoeing and pedaloes. With picnic area, restaurant and snack bar it offers a great day out.
There are several bastide towns throughout the valley of the Dordogne, the region of France which boasts the most Châteaux. Périgueux, the capital of the département, with its cathedral and ancient city centre is half an hour away.
All amenities in Bergerac, 30 minutes Great shopping and huge choice of traditional café bars and restaurants. Picturesque harbour where you can take a boat trip along the river Dordogne, or a miniature train ride around the Bastide town, viewing the many half timbered houses with terracotta decoration.
There are many activities round and about including golf, canoeing, walking, horse riding, hot air ballooning, go-karting, tennis and fishing;
Château Lanquais is great for the kids; it still has great canon ball holes in the side walls from an attack, and a removable wooden stair case. Open all day every day in July / August.
Sarlat-la-Canéda is really worth a visit. In the heart of the Périgord Noir, Sarlat-la-Canéda grew up around a Benedictine abbey founded in the 9th century. It has a distinct medieval feel about it, with numerous magnificent buildings around every corner you turn. The town's Saturday market is also a main feature with its truffles, foie gras and mushrooms (depending on the season).
Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil is an archaeologist's paradise with many caves containing prehistoric paintings and deposits.
Lascaux - the famous cave was only discovered in 1940, by four young boys who's dog had fallen down a hole. The cave is made up of four galleries, the walls of which are covered with more than 1500 representations, either engraved or painted.
Lascaux II - this is a replica of two of the galleries. The artist Monique Peytral used the same methods and materials as the cave artists so the atmosphere of the original cave has been made possible.
Château de Monbazillac is a relatively small château, which was built in 1550 and is surrounded by a dry moat. Its elegant silhouette is eye-catching, the architectural style halfway between a defensive castle and a Renaissance Château.