Dating back to 1810, this is a charming, detached, renovated farmhouse of traditional Dordogne style.
The property sits in 3 acres of private grounds at the end of a lane in a small hamlet consisting of 4 houses, a 6 minutes drive from the lovely bastide town of Monpazier.
Large lawned garden with pool-side dining area. Large, private pool of 10m x 4m.
Spacious accommodation over two floors with fully-equipped kitchen / dining area, living room with Apple TV and Wi-Fi internet. Two ground floor bedrooms; one ensuite and a further family bathroom.
1st floor dormitory-style bedroom with 4 single beds.
Local town of Monpazier is one of the best preserved 'bastide town' of the Dordogne; good restaurants, nice market on Thursday, all amenities including grocery stores, bakeries, café bars and other shops.
Kitchen with oven and hob, fridge freezer, dishwasher, wood-burning stove, two sinks, dining table and chairs.
Door to garden.
(Washing machine in downstairs utility room).
Living room with double aspect, wood-burning stove, Apple TV, DVD. Wi-Fi internet.
Bedroom 1, double with door to garden.
Bedroom 2, four-poster double with ensuite WC, shower and hand basin.
Separate bathroom with WC, bath / shower and hand basin.
Stairs up to;
Bedroom 3, four singles (or two doubles).
3 acres of private grounds with lawned garden and pool-side dining area with shaded table and chairs.
Private swimming pool 10m x 4m with sun-terrace and loungers.
Private drive and parking.
Calendar 2016 - 2017
|From||To||Weekly rental rates||Euros||Sterling *||US Dollars *|
|27/08/2016||01/10/2016||September||€ 1,375||£ 1,176||$ 1,535|
|29/04/2017||01/07/2017||May & June||€ 1,375||£ 1,176||$ 1,535|
|01/07/2017||02/09/2017||July & August||€ 2,275||£ 1,946||$ 2,539|
|02/09/2017||30/09/2017||September||€ 1,375||£ 1,176||$ 1,535|
|Refundable Security Bond||€ 500|
- * 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.
- Neither Pure France nor the property owner are liable for any loss or interruption of internet service.
- No smoking in the property.
- Bookings include electricity, water, linen and towels (not beach / pool towels).
The property is situated at the end of a no-through road in a tiny hamlet of 4 houses, 6 minutes drive from Monpazier, 20 minutes from Beaumont and 40 minutes from Bergerac and its airport.
Monpazier is a beautiful, charming and best preserved 'bastide town' of the Dordogne; good restaurants, nice market on Thursday, all amenities including grocery stores, bakeries, café bars and other shops.
So much to do and see in this beautiful area; many bastide towns and medieval villages in the beautiful countryside.
There are many activities round and about including golf, canoeing, walking, horse riding, hot air ballooning, go-karting, tennis and fishing;
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 whose 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.
Don't miss a trip to La Roque-Gageac, a stunningly beautiful village under the towering cliffs. The village regularly wins France's 'Prettiest Village' competition. Good canoeing centre here.
Competing with La Roque-Gageac in the prettiness stakes is the village of Carennac. Elevated just above the South bank of the Dordogne river, it is best known for its typical Quercy architecture and Romanesque priory. Further Romanesque art at the Saint-Pierre church in Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne.