|La Zenière||Self Catering||Saturday||2||5||2||Baby cot and childs bed available.|
Beautifully restored barn of a Perigordian style house, situated in the rolling countryside of the Perigord, where you can take a well-deserved break and live in the heart of the Dordogne.
The house is accessed privately and can accommodate 2 to 5 people in a spacious living and dining area, with a well equipped kitchen and toilet on the ground floor. On the first floor are two large bedrooms, both en suite with shower, sink and toilet.
There is a large terrace with gas bbq, a heated swimming pool,10 x 5, with an alarm plus a nice garden and private parking.
Journiac is a nice little village in the heart of the Dordogne, the land of 1001 castles. The nearest town, Le Bugue, is about 7 km away and here you will find shops for food and other supplies or to wine and dine, plus a doctors and pharmacists.
It is a good starting point to discover the Perigord and its rich cultural heritage and breath-taking landscapes.
Well equipped kitchen with gas cooker, refrigirator, dishwasher, washing machine, all cook and kitchen tools plus supplies like towels, table cloths etc.
Large dining area and spacious living room offers Satellite tv, dvd, radio, cd, books and information about the area.
Two large bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, 1 has a king size bed and the other offers 2 or 3 single beds. Fresh linen and towels are in the rooms, changed and refreshed every week. A baby cot or child's bed is available.
Each en suite bathroom has a shower, sink and a toilet with carpet on the floor.
The house is fully centrally heated.
Swimming, badminton set and table tennis.
The property is fenced, set in 1 hectare with a nice garden around the house. It is a rural location with a 5 hectare park nearby.
Private parking for 3 cars.
Not suitable for wheelchairs
Take your time to visit Bergerac, well-known for Cyrano and some of the finest wines in the Bordeaux region.
Les Eyzies, world's prehistoric capital is a World Heritage site. Lascaux is well known for his 17.300 years old paintings and caves, also Unesco World Heritage.
But by all means, don't miss the local markets, night and truffle market in St Alvère, the many beautiful designed gardens, châteaux, churches, museums, prehistoric caves, fortified villages and...the many vineards in the area.
The prefecture of the department where you will find an amphitheatre an a luxurious Roman villa.
One of the most preserved 14th century towns where you must taste the delicious foie gras and truffels.
We wondered where we were going driving up the winding narrow lanes, using the excellent directions, until we arrived at the most perfect gite and setting. We received a friendly welcome from Lut who showed us all around the house. The only noises came from birds and wildlife, a perfect place for us and our 2 dogs with the garden all fenced in. The kitchen was well equipped with everything we needed to self cater in style, colourful table covers and seat cushions for the outdoor tables too. Plenty of seating space for 4 people both round the dining table and the comfy sofas. The large king sized bed was comfy and the shower room was clean and had plenty of towels. There were pool towels provided and pads for the loungers too. The pool was in a lovely setting and was always warmed to around 25 degrees. The closest town was Le Bugue, around 10 min drive, which had everything you needed, supermarket, weekly market, bars, restaurants and bakery. I would recommend the gite to anyone wanting a get away from it all holiday and I’m sure we will return.
Very rural, but we were happy with that. The owner lives on site and was very pleasant and helpful.
We would certainly be happy to use it again. It was a little expensive but if you want a heated swimming pool that's fair enough.
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