This renovated 18th-century sandstone cottage has been brought back to life after years of neglect. Nestled in a tiny hamlet, surrounded by green pastures and oak woodlands famous to the Perigord Noir, this delightful holiday cottage is an ideal choice in which to relax by the secluded, heated pool, or visit the numerous sites open to the public. The original bread oven has been transformed into an architectural feature in the living/dining room along with original beams and stone walls throughout. French doors open to the garden on both sides of the property, making it very practical for outdoor meals. The stunning 12th-century Romanesque church and abbey remains are just a short drive in the nearby village (“Most Beautiful Villages of France”). Musical evenings are open to all by reservation only throughout the summer months. Keen walkers are welcomed by the owner to walk the 3km by exiting the rear garden, down into the wooded valley and picking up the public bridleway.
Ground floor: Living/dining room and corner kitchen. Separate WC. Open-tread turning stairs to first floor: Double bedroom. Twin bedroom. Shower room (no WC). Sloping ceilings and beams on first floor
- Swimming pool (26m²), Jun-Sep
- Electric heating
- Wood-burning stove
- Satellite TV
- Garden furniture
- Sun loungers
- No smoking.
5km from Montignac (historic riverside market town, canoe hire, Lascaux cave paintings), 21km from Sarlat (medieval market town, all facilities, twice weekly markets), 31km from Les Eyzies (national pre-history museum, canoe hire, restaurants).