An impressive 18th century manor house built from the traditional honey coloured stone in an elevated position on a hillside with extensive views over the Dordogne Valley and the local countryside beyond. The rooms are spacious, with stripped wooden floorboards, antique furniture and wall tapestries that retain the original character and charm of the old building but provide comfortable accommodation with all modern amenities. The mature grounds feature a terrace with fine views, a walnut grove, help yourself in season, and an attractive pool area. Here you can relax and unwind, enjoying a formal dinner in the rustic dining room or lingering over a barbecue on the terrace. It is an ideal base from which to explore the spectacular and historic towns, villages and châteaux of the picturesque River Dordogne Valley.Beamed entrance hall/living room with feature stone chimney. Dining room with archway to spacious traditional dining/kitchen. WC. Utility room. Stairs from hall to first floor. Double bedroom (four poster bed) with door to terrace and steps to garden and pool. Bathroom/WC. Twin bedroom leading to double bedroom with additional single bed
- Attractive mature garden with drops
- Outdoor pool (7 m x 5 m; depth 1 – 2.5 m)
- Gas central heating
- Private parking
- Garden furniture
- Sun loungers
2 km E St. Cyprien (attractive market town on River Dordogne, bars, shops, most facilities), 11km NW of Beynac (historic and spectacular village and châteaux on River Dordogne) 15km from Sarlat-la-Canéda (city with supermarkets), 20km W of Sarlat (historic and popular medieval town, all facilities).