|Labarthe Pigeonnier||Self Catering||Tuesday||1||3||1||Sofa bed|
At the front of the property is a large lawned area, set with fruit trees.
While your stay in the Pigeonnier, enjoy the privacy of your own pergola shaded terrace with patio furniture, bbq and use of the heated pool. Fully self-contained very well equipped with a dishwasher and washing machine, with quality Marks & Spencers Linen and fluffy bath towels, pool towels are also included. We would like you to think your home from home.
Iron & board.
Dishes & Utensils
Freesat tv, Blu ray dvd player and a variety of books and games.
Double bedroom sofa bed on the ground floor.
Newly fitted bathroom with toilet, basin, shower cubical and washing machine.
A wood burner for the colder months.
Own private sun terraces with table, bbq chairs for alfresco dining and of course all have access to the large enclosed heated swimming pool (open May - October).
Not suitable for wheelchairs.
This is our fifth season coming, I love to meet new guests and i take pleasure in welcoming all our return guests.
|Year property purchased||2013|
|Why this location?||Labarthe is the ideal location for your Dordogne vacation, set between the bastide towns of Eymet and Issigeac in the beautiful Southern Dordogne region.|
|Unique benefits of property||It is ideally situated so that you have the tranquility of the countryside, but also minutes away from your everyday needs, with no adjacent neighbours, surrounded by fields of Sunflowers and corn, it really is a perfect place to visit.|
When in the Dordogne you will want to visit one or two local markets. The markets are often the best place to buy fresh local produce, and most towns are at their best and most colourful on market days.
Note that most markets are significantly larger during the summer months and can become rather less impressive on a rainy day in February!
During the summer there are also a lot of evening markets. These really are a fun, economical and tasty way to enjoy an evening out.
Simply turn up and grab one of the tables which are set up in the market squares of the villages. Market traders provide everything from wine, starters, cooked meals and deserts and each supply the appropriate plastic cups or cutlery.