|La Petite Roseraie||Self Catering||Flexible||1||2||1|
La Petite Roseraie is a small attached gite at Le Bois Vert in the pretty village of Meyrals.
On site we also have a larger family gite (Gite Le Bois Vert) which sleeps 4. Both gites share the gardens and the pool, so the maximum amount of people at any time will always be 6. Both gites have a strict no smoking/vaping and no pet policy.
La Petite Roseraie is ideal for couples or singles who want the benefit of a smaller gite but dont want to compromise on quality. The brand new fitted kitchen boasts a cooker and refrigerator with icebox and a dining area with table and chairs. Doors open into the lounge with the woodburner for colder months and a tv and dvd. Patio doors open to the private garden with small terrace, lawn and raised flower beds filled with aromatic flowers and a fruiting fig.
There is a large shower room with washbasin and wc downstairs and upstairs there is a small loo adjacent to the bedroom. The bedroom has a garden view and is furnished with a wardrobe, chair and an antique double sized corbeille bed. We have provided quality bedlinen and towels for the duration of your stay, microfibre king size quilt and delightful pillows for comfort.
Outside you have garden furniture, a charcoal bbq for your use and at the pool there are loungers, tables and chairs to enable you to enjoy the pool. There is private parking adjacent to the gite for 1 car.
From October and up till April the gite is heated by underfloor heating (ground floor only), and gite guests can also use the woodburner to create a special romantic atmosphere and added heat. All wood is included in the cost.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A LARGER GITE, then please visit our other gite on site, Gite Le Bois Vert, property no AD005867.
The kitchen has a window overlooking the front of the gite and the parking area.
A dining table and two chairs are provided for dining.
The kitchen includes a gas/electric cooker with 4 top rings, a refrigerator with small ice box, and a sink. There are ample crockery, glasses and cutlery and a wide array of kitchen utensils available.
The lounge is entered via the kitchen/diner and is comfortably appointed with a comfy sofa and chair. There is a woodburner for providing additional warmth off season and all wood is provided.
A tv is provided for your entertainment, and we also have a bookcase with ample books in English and some games such as cards, backgammon etc.
The lounge has patio doors to the secluded and totally private garden. The garden has a small terrace and lawn with raised flower beds with roses, lavender and a fruiting fig tree.
The bedroom is accessed off the hall and stairs and is cosy, but well appointed.
The double antique corbeille bed benefits from a microfibre King size quilt and beautiful bedlinen.
A wardrobe is provided and two small antique chevet's (bedside cabinets) also have bedside lamps for convenience.
There is a wall mounted heater for the winter months.
The window overlooks the private garden and gardens and fields beyond.
There is a large shower room downstairs with a shower cubicle, WC, washbasin and vanity mirror. There is a heated towel rail for your convenience.
We provide towels during your stay.
There is also a small loo upstairs with a WC and washbasin, opposite the bedroom.
Between the months of May and September we do not have any heating on as frankly the temperatures are quite high, both during the day and at night.
Outside these times we have electric underfloor heating on the ground floor and also the lounge benefits from a woodburner in the colder months and all wood is included in your stay.
Upstairs the bedroom benefits from a wall mounted electric heater.
There is a tv and dvd player in the lounge, many books and games in the lounge.
Outside the pool is available for shared use from the start of May till the end of September. The pool area is furnished with loungers and sunbeds, tables and chairs and parasols.
There is a badminton set in the pool house for setting up on the large front lawn.
In the village there is a boules court, and a table tennis table (you need to take your own paddles and balls).
There are loads of circular walks around the village and lots to visit and see nearby.
The location is excellent for visiting both the River Vezere and Dordogne (for canoeing, fishing or wild swimming). The village of Les Eyzies with its numerous attractions and bars and restaurants is a short drive, as is the medieval town of Sarlat with its Wednesday and Saturday market. St Cyprien has a fantastic Sunday market all year round, and also has a good supermarket.
There are many tourist attractions just a short drive away.
We have 3 acres of land at Le Bois Vert, mainly to lawn with some woods and a sheep paddock with lambs in spring and summer.
The gardens are well looked after and tidied and the terraces are swept daily. There are outside lights for extending the evenings and all publicly accessible areas are flat.
La Petite Roseraie is secluded with large walls and raised flowerbeds. Red squirrels, green woodpeckers and deer are frequent visitors. We also have some little owls who frequent the front entrance area in the mornings are early evening!
Parking for La Petite Roseraie is adjacent to the front door of the gite. This is your personal parking area.
There are no garages on site.
La Petite Roseraie is suitable for single travellers or couples. There are stairs from the ground floor to the upstairs bedroom.
The corbeille bed is a standard UK double size with an enclosed footboard and unsuitable for anyone over six foot tall sadly, if you really want to stretch out.
The gite is not suitable for babies or children and is strictly for rental to a maximum of two people. I'm afraid we do not accept any pets at all at any of our gites.
If you would like to book the gite for a special occassion - honeymoon, special birthday, engagement etc, please email me with your requirements. We'd like to make your stay as comfortable as possible.
Hi, I'm Lorraine. My husband John and myself are originally from Scotland (Renfrewshire) and we moved to Meyrals at the end of summer 2017 after searching for our ideal French home for a few years. As a retired police officer and land-based college tutor I now enjoy a more relaxing lifestyle and am learning French.
|Year property purchased||2017|
|Why this location?||Beautiful location with gorgeous natural scenery, flora and fauna. In the centre of the historic south Dordogne with troglodite dwellings & art, chateaux and French history. Lots of beautiful little villages and towns nearby to visit with local food and wine producers.|
|Unique benefits of property||La Petite Roseraie offers a small cosy gite for couples or single travellers. The gite has been totally refurbished with a brand new kitchen, bathroom and fresh decor throughout. There is private parking, a small private garden and access to the shared salt swimming pool. Ideal for short or longer breaks, and especially attractive to housebuyers in the area, the gite offers great accommodation at a great price.|
Situated in the heart of Meyrals village there is a small rustic bar underneath (great to sit outside on a sunny evening) and a lovely traditional restaurant upstairs serving good food lunchtimes and evenings (except Sunday). The owners speak excellent English.
Sarlat has a fabulous market on a Wednesday and Saturday in the centre of the medieval part of the town. Give yourself at least two hours to wander round and buy local food and drink specialities, and enjoy sightseeing in this special place. There are countless restaurants in the area.
The very newest of the centres is Lascaux IV and you can book online (specify an English language tour if you need) or in person. Montignac is just a 20 minute drive from the gite, and is a lovely village to visit, with a few restaurants, cafes and bars. The Lascaux complex is walking distance from the village but there is a large car park. Give yourself at least 3 hours for the tour.
Beynac is a short drive from the gite and has a lower car park (next to the river) and another half way up the cobbled hill. Beynac village is steep but worth exploring and at the top of the hill the chateaux is worth visiting and has incredible views down the Dordogne river. There are a couple of restaurants and a great bar at the bottom of the hill to sit and watch the world go by. VERY busy in the summer months.
My favourite authentic cave visit! Rouffignac is about 40 minutes drive, but well worth it.
The visit is about an hour and a half long and a small electric train takes you 6 km underground, through an elaborate cave system to view authentic cave drawings of bison, deer and horses.
Great visit for the not so mobile (because of the little train), but DO take a jumper or jacket as its very chilly underground. Great low price for a great experience.
This beautiful chateaux was once owned by Josephine Baker, the American singer/dancer. There are lovely gardens, a fantastic bird of prey display and the chateaux is a monument to the colourful life of Miss Baker and the part she played in the French resistance.
Cafe, toilets and lots of parking.