Holiday gite with private pool, Dordogne

Mouzens (25km from Sarlat-la-Caneda), Dordogne, Aquitaine Reference: AD004551 Advertiser since: 26 January 2016
Property Board Arrival Bedrooms Sleeps Bathrooms
La Maison Perigordine Self Catering Saturday 3 6 2

About this property

A Rural Six Bed Period Gite Overlooking The Dordogne. This cottage/gite is in a rural setting.

This self catering Gite was built 250 years ago and has immense character and charm.
 
Once home to a farm labourer and his family, La Maison Perigordine has been renovated to retain many original features such as exposed beams, large fireplaces, a beautful wooden staircase climbing to the eaves and floors of stone, tile and wood.
 
Double doors open out onto the terrace that has commanding views over the surrounding countryside towards the Dordogne River.
Across the valley sit some of the 1000 Chateaux for which this Perigord region is well known.
One double en suite bedroom and two single bedrooms make this ideal for family holidays in this part of France.

Type

Cottage/Gite

Kitchen and dining

A generous sized kitchen and dining area is extremely well equipped with all mod-cons including a dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, stove and oven and good quality cutlery and crockery.

Living rooms

A comfortable sitting area in front of a huge fireplace with tv, cd and dvd players.

Bedrooms

1 very large double bedroom en suite.
2 good sized single rooms, sleeping 4, with own basins and shared shower and loo.

Bathrooms

1 which is part of the double bedroom with corner bath, walk-in shower and double basins.
1 upstairs, with shower and loo.

Heating

Log burner and oil radiators.

Entertainment

Satelitte tv, cds, dvd player and games.

Garden and outside

Large 16m x 6m swimming pool and a baby pool, several gardens.

Parking and garages

Private parking.

Visitor suitability

Not suitable for children under 5.

Information about any additional facilities

Pre arrival shops, first evening dinners, special event dinners, bread deliveries, continental breakfasts on request.

Facilities

  • Cleaning

  • Internet

  • No smoking

  • Pets welcomed *

  • Linen

  • Meals

  • Shared pool

  • Splash pool

* Vet details: Carine Fondu Address: La Moissie, 24170 Belvès Phone:05 53 28 56 41

Activities

Antiques/Brocante Market

Name of nearest antiques/brocante market: St Cyprien
Distance: 2 km

Cycling

Family activities

Fishing nearby

Species of fish: Grayling, pike, salmon, sea trout, shad and zander
Name of nearest fishing location: Dordogne River
Distance: 1 km

Fishing on-site

Golf

Name and address of nearest golf course: Lolivarie Golf Club, Belves
Distance: 5 km

Mountain biking

Sports

Watersports

Wine tasting and cookery

About the Owner, Mr Stuart Inglis

Originally from Kenya and Swazi­land respec­tively we moved to The Dordogne in Novem­ber 2012. With many years of experi­nce in tourism we are looking forward to shar­ing our home from home hospitality with our guests and ma­ing a stay in our Gites som­thing truly memorable. We will be on hand at all times should you require us to be your “Information Station” on all things Dordogne, and to help in planning and enjoying your holiday.<br/><br/>We look forward to welcoming you.

Year property purchased 2012
Why this location? We think that the Dordogne is one of the most beautiful places in Europe and our Gite is positioned perfectly to allow visitors all that the area has to offer. Set high up on the side of The Dordogne Valley, the gite commands spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. Close to all the local attractions yet set in a peaceful hamlet La Maison Perigordine offers a high quality home from home to all its guests.
Unique benefits of property Built about 250 years ago, this self-catering Gite has immense charm and once was home to a farm labourer and his family. La Maison Perigordine has been renovated to retain many original features such as exposed beams, large fireplaces and floors of stone, tile and wood. Double doors open out onto the terrace that has commanding views over the surrounding countryside and towards the Dordogne River. Across the valley sit some of the 1000 Chateaux for which this Perigord region is well known. Ideal for family holidays in this part of France.<br/><br/>Please note though that La Maison Perigordine is suitable for infants but NOT for children under six due to a very steep staircase.

The Owner Recommends

Canoe The Dordogne

A wonderful day out, take a picnic, swim in the river and enjoy the glorious scenery, castles, Bastide towns and Chateaux galore! With an abun­dance of won­der­ful rivers the Dor­dogne is home to many com­pa­nies that pro­vide all the equip­ment for you to take up this sport or to develop your skills fur­ther. All ages are catered for and there is a great empha­sise placed upon safety. The rivers are beau­ti­ful and pro­vide an ideal oppor­tu­nity to see the area from a very dif­fer­ent angle. Why not spend a day on the water, find a tran­quil spot for lunch and enjoy one of our deli­cious picnics.

Châteaux’s and Bastide Towns

The Dordogne region has many of the finest châteaux in France, often in spectacular locations, and frequently surrounded by carefully manicured gardens with wonderful views over the Perigord countryside. Many date from the turbulent times in the 12th-14th centuries and the wars between England and France. Some of the better known ones in the area are The Château de Milande, Château Castelnaud and Le Château de Beynac. The “Bastide” towns of southwest France are a growing tourist attraction, and comprise one of the largest collections of well-preserved mediaeval townscapes to be found anywhere in Europe. In many of the local Bastide Towns, the layout of streets and buildings has remained virtually unchanged for over six centuries, if not longer. There are many within half an hour’s drive of La Boissiere, some being Monpazier, Villeréal and Belves.

Cycling

Explor­ing rural France on a bicy­cle is cer­tainly the best way to see the pretty vil­lages and catch a glimpse of rural French life. Cycling in the area can be as easy or as hard as you want and we have six bikes, all in good con­di­tion, that are avail­able free of charge.

Markets Abound

Local markets held in nearby towns such as Sarlat, Bergerac, Saint Cyprien and La Bugue, to name a few, abound. Here buy delicious local delicacies such as fois gras, truffles and mouth-watering local fruit and vegetables. So much to tempt even the most jaded pallete!

Walking

A net­work of both long and short dis­tance walks dot the area tak­ing in both the beau­ti­ful coun­try­side and many of the local towns and vil­lages. Detailed maps and infor­ma­tion are read­ily avail­able and we are happy to pass on the where­abouts of some of our favourites.