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Converted Stone Barn in Medieval village of beautiful Dordogne Valley - The Atelier

Weekly Rental: From GBP 600 to GBP 1200

Property: Villas
Max. People: 4
Single/Double: / 2
Bathrooms: 2
Pets: Allowed
Pool: Yes

Description of Property

Owner

Contact Owner
Karen Calvert
Phone: 0033 553 740191
Mobile: 0033 601 310 747

General Information

Changeover Day:
Saturday or Flexible
Sleeps:
4
Pets Allowed:
Yes
Linen Provided:
Yes
Towels Provided:
Yes
Wheelchairs:
Inaccessible
Parking Spaces:
Yes

Accommodation

Single Beds:
Double Beds:
2
Sofa Beds:
Cots:
1
Bathrooms:
2
Separate WCs:
2
Dining Room Chairs
6
Lounge Seats
Yes

Kitchenware Appliances

Cooker/Hob Fridge Freezer Toaster Kettle Dish Washer High Chair Washing Machine

Fixtures & Equipment

Iron Air Cond Log Fire TV Satellite Internet Access WiFi

Other Interior Facilities

There is a flat screen TV with satellite receiver. We also offer WIFI internet connection. Lots of books for those who love to read. There is an air conditioner in the lounge and fans in each bedroom.

Location Information

This Property is situated in Dordogne, Aquitaine

Nearest Airport: Bergerac at 29 km
Nearest Station:
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Owner

Contact Owner
Karen Calvert
Phone: 0033 553 740191
Mobile: 0033 601 310 747

Rental Rates for this Property

Rental Period Starting Date Ending Date Minimum Stay Rate Per Week Rate Per Week Day Rate Per W/End Day
Spring Low Season May 4, 2019 May 31, 2019 7 GBP 600.00
Spring Mid Season Jun 1, 2019 Jul 5, 2019 7 GBP 900.00
Summer High Season Jul 6, 2019 Aug 30, 2019 7 GBP 1200.00
Autumn Aug 31, 2019 Sep 27, 2019 7 GBP 900.00

Special Rental Conditions

A welcome pack is provided on your arrival. Comprising local wine, pate, cheese and bread. Also milk, tea and coffee so that you may enjoy some refreshment after your journey.

10 % deposit is required on booking with the balance due 8 weeks before your arrival date.

Please Contact Owner directly using the contact form.

Owner

Contact Owner
Karen Calvert
Phone: 0033 553 740191
Mobile: 0033 601 310 747

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Property Exterior

Private Pool (Unheated):
Yes
Private Garden:
Yes
BBQ:
Yes
Safe for Children:
Yes

Owner

Contact Owner
Karen Calvert
Phone: 0033 553 740191
Mobile: 0033 601 310 747

Local Attractions

Whatever your interests, the Dordogne will suit you. The scenery is magical, and just driving around the country lanes through the forest and over the hills and along the rivers is pure pleasure. There are numerous "plus beaux villages de France," including Beynac. La Roque-Gageac, St-Leon-sur-Vezere, Domme, and Belves.

The markets are some of the finest in France, with many designated as "marches de France." The town of Sarlat, the market hub of the region, has been restored to its 17th-18th-century magnificence with such perfection that it is lit at night by gas lamps and is the set for myriad French movies.

The Dordogne is rich in layer upon layer of history, too. There are more than 150 prehistoric sites along the Vezere River alone. The best known prehistoric site is, of course, Lascaux II, which though a reproduction will still amaze you. Others include Font-de-Gaume and Combarelles in Les Eyzies (chromatic paintings); Rouffignac and Bara-Bahau (engravings); and numerous smaller sites with sculpture, dwellings, shelters, and other prehistoric goodies. The Village Troglodytique de la Madeleine and the nearby Roque St-Christophe are sites where man has lived in successive periods of history for as many as 50,000 years or more. In Belves too there are some fascinating troglodyte caves under the market square which were inhabited until relatively recently.

If prehistory doesn't interestyou , perhaps the history of the Hundred Years War will. The cliffs overhanging the rivers are lined with impressive castles dating from the 10th to 12th centuries. At Castelnaud you can see a catapult exhibition and watch a video that will teach you how to sack a castle. The Chateau de Beynac has been carefully restored in the past ten years and now houses a nice collection of medieval furniture. The castles on the north side of the river were French; those on the south, English. Renaissance and later castles litter the hillsides, too. You can visit Josephine Baker's 19th-century chateau, Les Milandes, where she gathered her brood of adopted children.

Canoeing and kayaking on the rivers are popular sports, and there are plenty of rental companies. One of the nicest ways to spend a day in the area is to pack a picnic, rent a couple of canoes, and glide down the Dordogne admiring the castles looming above you, then stop for a picnic on the riverbank. There are plenty of places to rent bicycles, go horseback riding play tennis or golf, too. Tremolat also offers water ski on the Dordogne river.

Of course, one of the big draws of the region is food. The Perigord has been called the gastronomic capital of France with good reason. Here, foie gras and truffles are everyday fare, and every town has shops filled to overflowing with these local treasures. Other local specialties are confit of duck and goose, stuffed goose neck (it's good!), walnut cakes, chocolate-dusted walnuts, and walnut wine and liqueur. Local wines include Monbazillac, Bergerac, and Pecharmant.

Restaurants abound, and it's hard to find a bad meal in the Perigord. With very few exceptions, the "cuisine du terroir" reigns supreme here, and meals are hearty. Tremolat itself boasts the fabulous Vieux Logis which has a Michelin star and its Bistrot d'en Face (translates as the bistrot opposite) as well as a friendly pizzeria and bar. There are 2 Ferme Auberge (working farms who sell their own produce in a restaurant) close by. Both incredibly good value for money and very authentic.

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Phone: 0033 553 740191
Mobile: 0033 601 310 747


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