Delightful family farmhouse in lush countryside.

Sleeps: 8
Bedrooms: 3
Weekly price guide: £2235-£5075
Pool: Yes
Type: Farmhouse
Property Ref: LAN1976

General Description

Perigord family farmhouse with heated pool - This is a delightful, renovated farmhouse situated in a small hamlet in the Perigord Noir. This area of the Dordogne region is characterised by its lush countryside and pretty villages. The farmhouse has been renovated to a high standard and decorated throughout in warm, neutral colours, with particular emphasis placed on comfort and artistic lines. It is an ideal base for a peaceful and relaxing family holiday: you can relax by the heated pool while the children swim or play in the gardens. On first impressions this looks like an ordinary farmhouse but it’s not! Tastefully decorated and furnished with absolute comfort in mind. Italian bathroom and shower fitments, lovely linens and a upper floor bedroom that is quite amazing. The clever owner has used many natural materials, creating an artistic home, and outside is just as good! It’s peaceful here and Tourtoirac village is charming with its old stone houses and ruined abbey. Excellent base for visiting this popular part of the Dordogne.

Accommodation Facilities

Bedrooms: Sleeps 8 (6 adults and 2 children)
3 bedrooms

Ground floor:
Twin bedroom (0.90m) with integral shower cubicle and handbasin and garden view.
From the dining area, steps lead up to:
Double bedroom (1.6m) with ensuite shower room, handbasin and WC.

First floor:
Original feature staircase leads up to large open-plan Family bedroom/sitting room. Original beamed ceiling.
Two twin beds (0.80m) at one end of the room and a double bedroom area (low 1.6m bed, no base, would not suit elderly or infirm) at the other end of the room.
Bathrooms: 1 bathroom, 2 shower rooms, 3 WCs
Living Rooms: Entrance door leading into open plan living room (TV, DVD), fireplace. Dining area and kitchen. Door to garden and pool area.

First floor:
Sitting area with settee, armchair, TV and DVD.
Please note this large upstairs family room is entirely open-plan and room areas are separated by curtains only.
Outside: Private 10m x 5m heated swimming pool. Courtyard, garden with lawns. Original borie next to pool, lit at night
Outdoor dining, BBQ. Table tennis in covered barn, boules, ample parking.
Please note that there is a paddock adjacent to the grounds, where horses are occasionally exercised.
Additional notes (if any): Services

Included: pool heating, pool towels, bath robes. WiFi internet, winter heating.

Extras: maid service on request €22 per hour.

Please note there is no telephone at this villa.

Reduced rates for smaller groups outside peak season: please ask for details.

Local Area / Activities

You are just over a mile from the village of Tourtoirac, where you will find local shops and a restaurant, as well as some nice picnic spots along the banks of the Auvezere river. The village is famous for its thousand-year-old abbey and also for its amazing caves, which opened to the public in 2010. The larger town of Hautefort is only five miles from your villa and here you will find more restaurants serving local specialities, a baker, a butcher and a variety of shops, a supermarket and pavement cafes... there is also a small market on Wednesday mornings. Don't miss a visit to the imposing chateau and its beautiful gardens (a UNESCO world heritage site). And if your holidays aren't complete without an unusual experience, you can go hot-air ballooning here! Location Information Tourtoirac 1.25 miles (local shops, restaurant, abbey) Hautefort 5 miles (shops, supermarket, restaurants, bars, tennis) Lascaux caves 19 miles Perigueux 22 miles (45 mins) St Leon sur Vezere 26 miles Grotte de Villars 28 miles (1 hour) Sarlat 36 miles (1 hour) Brive 1 hour, Limoges 1 hr 15 Bergerac 2 hours (airport 40 miles) Atlantic coast 2.5 hours. For days out, the world famous Lascaux caves are less than 20 miles away, and the fascinating Grottes de Villars just 28 miles. Sarlat and several famous towns and villages along the river Dordogne are within easy reach. One of France's "most beautiful villages" - St Leon sur Vezere - is not far either. If you appreciate history, chateaux, prehistoric painted caves with stunning rock formations, natural beauty, great cuisine and authentic rural France, you will find it all here in the Perigord Noir region. The only question is, will a week be long enough!

Price Guide

These prices are a guideline only, please use the calendar at the top of the page to search availability and prices for specific weeks. Then you have the option to book the property online.

Low Season: £2235
High Season: £5075

Key Features

  • Swimming pool
  • TV
  • DVD player
  • Internet access
  • Fire / Stove
  • BBQ
  • Close to local amenities
  • Walk to village
  • Suitable for young children
  • Near river beach
  • Tennis nearby
  • Fishing nearby
  • Watersports nearby


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