Enjoying its own private swimming pool, this renovated stone farmhouse stands in its own grounds on the edge of a hamlet, neighbouring a small vineyard, with extensive views over the surrounding countryside. Built of local stone, it retains plenty of charm and character, with massive beams, exposed stone walls and tiled floor, and now provides comfortable and spacious, holiday accommodation. From this peaceful and private setting, the true taste of French rural life can be savoured, with a slow pace of life and uncrowded roads, even in summer. Nearby the medieval market town of Duras holds cultural and musical events for all tastes. Experience casual dining at one of the several local producers’ markets on a summer’s evening, in Soumensac, Duras or Eymet. The spectacular 27-hole golf course at Château de Vigiers, 10km, also offers casual and formal dining. A little further, but easily accessible, are all the attractions of the Dordogne Valley.From covered terrace, glass doors lead to large open-plan living/dining room with kitchen area, beamed ceiling, exposed stone walls, tiled floor and stone fireplace. Double bedroom with glass door to garden, en-suite shower room with WC. Stairs up from living area to landing: Three twin bedrooms. Bathroom. Separate WC. Covered terrace
- Private pool (10m x 5m, depth 1 to 2m), Roman steps
- Incoming telephone
- Boules court
- Garden and pool furniture
1km SW of Loubes Bernac (small shop, bar and restaurant), 15km NE of Duras (medieval market town, most facilities), 15km SE St Foy la Grande (large town on River Dordogne, all facilities).