|Villa at Lanzac||Self Catering||Saturday||3||6||2|
Three bedroom Villa on 2 levels (115m2) with a very spacious living/dining room (mezzanine) with tv (including UK channels), stereo/dvd and wifi (on the parc) and a fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, coffee-maker, washer/dryer. Large sliding doors give access to a spacious veranda and a private garden. Three bedrooms, 2 toilets, 2 bathrooms, one with bath/shower and one with shower. The bathrooms and bedrooms are of a high standard.
Domaine de Lanzac is situated in a park of approximately 10 hectares and offers luxury holiday homes. constructed in the Dordogne style. The central complex on the front side of the grounds has a restaurant with large terrace, where you will be served both inside and outside, a bar with a roomy lounge to enjoy a drink and a reception. Wi-Fi is available (free).
Domaine de Lanzac has many facilities, 3 pools (a large pool of 24 x 10m, a smaller pool of 11 x 7 m. and a pool especially for children) with various terraces, a tennis court, and a soccer field. The bar has a large screen for important sports events. There’s a beautiful 18-hole golf course only 20 minutes away where you can play for a discounted rate.
Specially for kids:
Animation during high season (in English)
Gamesroom with table tennis, a pinball machine, video games
Play room in the restaurant for kids
Large fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher and washing machine.
Large dining table/area, also outside on covered terrace.
Deluxe large living with high ceiling, cable tv (incl UK channels) and stereo/dvd.
Three bedrooms with comfortable boxspring beds (200 cm long).
Two bathrooms, one with shower, one with bath.
Three pools, tennis, soccer fildl, gamesroom, restaurant, bar.
There are numerous castles and citadels located in the near vicinity of your holiday home, including some of the top tourist attractions. We have listed a few below. The castles differ from one another so be sure to refer to their websites to find out which interest you the most. Sightseeing in the morning and taking a dip in the swimming pool or the Dordogne in the afternoon would be a perfect way to spend the day with your family. Visit our website for more recommendations to ensure that you have an excellent day out. Château de Milandes (Joséphine Baker) Château de Losse Château de Castelnau-Bretenoux Château de Beynac Château de Castelnaud Manoir de Guisson Château de Hautefort Château de Puymartin Château de Monbazillac Château de Jumilhac
hree major geological attractions in France are located in the vicinity of your holiday home. Both Gouffre de Padirac and the Lascaux caves are spectacular! This is a great experience for both adults and children! The caves are a popular attraction in the summer. The Gouffre de Padirac is experienced by foot and partly with boats across the subterranean lakes. In the meantime, you can enjoy the play of colors and sound. The Lascaux caves contain prehistoric paintings and other ancient sights. Make sure you bring a vest (sweater), because the cave temperatures are quite chilly. The combination of the caves of Padirac with a visit to Rocamdour, and the holiday park provides many new experiences and impressions. Gouffre de Padirac Caves de Lascaux
Without a doubt, Rocamadour is one of the main tourist attractions near your holiday home. Rocamadour attracts many visitors every year, and is the most visited attraction in France, after the Mont Saint-Michel. After Lourdes, it is also the most visited pilgrimage site in France. The city was built on a rock in the middle of the Causse de Gramat, a vast limestone plateau. A castle was built on top. You can reach a series of chapels containing beautiful frescos and the church via a winding path (or an elevator). The charming tourist town with its narrow streets, great shops, and attractive terraces lies at the foot of the mountain. It is enjoyable for the entire family, and worth spending the day here. The area offers additional fun activities and experiences. Take a look at our other suggestions
When you visit the Dordogne region, Sarlat is a must-see. This is the uncontested pearl of Perigord and is definitely worth a visit. The town Sarlat, and the entire Dordogne region, was known for a brief period of prosperity and fortune in the early Middle Ages. Subsequently, it has been a low-key town for centuries. There was no interest to modernize or invest in this region. Consequently, the Dordogne has remained in its authentic form, and that is exactly why it is such an attractive and popular region among tourists. Sarlat, a 45-minute drive away from your holiday home, is also the location of the shopping mall for the entire region. All national supermarkets can be found here. You can also discover many great shops with regional products, delicacies, and antique shops. The street is filled with art and artisanal. The countless restaurants and cafés with street-level terraces make this a very pleasant town. In July and August, Sarlat plays host to the theater festival. These are busy months, especially on Saturdays when the market is in town. You can avoid the hustle by visiting the town early in the morning when locals dominate the street – the street next to city hall provides access to a genuine farmers’ market.
Looking for a fun day out with young children, older children, or without the kids? It's all possible within a reasonable distance from your holiday home. You'll find everything from theme parks, a huge maze with entertainment located in the center, mountain bike rental, to a tree adventure course, etc. There are also many establishments providing food and refreshments. Visit the website below to see the different options available. You’d be doing your family a huge favor by spending a day at one of these parks. Le Bournat Jacquouparc Labyrinthe Adventure park Rent mountainbikes Accrobranche Paintball
he nearby regions Bergerac and Cahors are known for their wines. To give you an impression, both regions offer wine routes that lead from one participating vineyard to another; a great opportunity to explore the region. You are very welcome to visit the vineyards to view the business and have a wine tasting. You are not obligated to follow the entire route; partial route selections are also enjoyable. The websites below provide extensive information on the route, the participating “vineyards” and “chateaux”. In Bergerac, the “Maison des vins” is the central point and also the starting point of the route. During the summer, a wine farmer is always present in this beautiful building for wine tasting and to answer all your questions. Did you know that the best way to transport wine bottles is upright, and that the best moment of the day to taste wine is right before lunch or dinner? Do you need tips about removing wine stains? You can find all the answers and more on the websites below. In addition, visit the websites about festivals and other feasts that are linked to the wine or grape harvest. Wineroute Bergerac Wineroute Cahors