|Le Petit Coin||Self Catering||Saturday||1||2||1|
A detached, self contained cottage with south facing terrace. It has its own small, secluded garden with lawn, flower beds and a shady tree.
The kitchenette is equipped with a small gas cooker, refrigerator, microwave, toaster, kettle, double sink and drainer. Cookware, crockery, glassware and cutlery for two people are provided.
The living room is integral with the kitchenette and has a dresser, two comfortable armchairs with footstool, stereo system, bookshelf and books. The floor is tiled and has a centralised carpet. Glazed door to garden and private terrace.
The large double bedroom is on the first floor. The bed is the French equivalent of Queen size. There are clothes hanging facilities, a chest of drawers, two occasional chairs and a large wicker trunk for additional storage.
Shower room has built in shower, a vanity unit, shelving and an independent water heater which supplies permanent hot water to the cottage.
There is no central heating but an electric heater is provided for use by guests.
Hi-fi system in the living room.
Terrace and small lawned garden to the front with flower bed and shady tree.
Parking space adjacent to the cottage.
The property is suitable for a couple or two friends sharing the bed.
I'm a retired designer who enjoys painting, playing tennis and golf and life in the Dordogne.
|Year property purchased||2015|
|Why this location?||I first came to the Dordogne in 1979. I loved the area so much, particularly Perigord Noir, and was lucky enough to be able to relocate here in 2003.|
|Unique benefits of property||It's peace and tranquility, combined with easy access to all the wonderful things that the region has to offer.|
Marqueyssac provides a stunning day out when you can enjoy the amazing gardens of clipped box whilst enjoying a fabulous walk around the escarpment. Sitting on the terrace enjoying delightful meals, snacks, ices and drinks afterwards is something I still enjoy doing. There is something of interest for everyone, not least the amazing view over the Dordogne valley from the Belvedere.