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Welcome to our home in the Dordogne

A beautiful Dordogne house for your exclusive use for up to six people. 18th Century elegant barn conversion, with two bedrooms and one bathroom with separate WC upstairs, kitchen and lounge downstairs, with adjoining bedroom en-suite. Full of character and charm but appointed for comfort, this house will make you never want to go anywhere else.

The Beautiful Barns

In calm countryside with old stones, contemporary colours, superb kitchen, gnarled beams, brass beds with deep mattresses throughout and uninterrupted views. Old meets new seamlessly here: ancient stone, lofty beams, good comfort, wood-burner, open-plan kitchen and space to relax around the terrace as well as pool with a panorama - all set in 6 stunning acres in the Dordogne.

Downstairs open-plan living space
Downstairs open-plan living space

Large open-plan space living area with TV, dining table for 6 plus eat-in kitchen.

Main bedroom
Main bedroom

Generously proportioned queen brass bed

enjoying the terrace
enjoying the terrace

Downstairs open-plan living space
Downstairs open-plan living space

Large open-plan space living area with TV, dining table for 6 plus eat-in kitchen.

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Local bastide village, Monpazier
Local bastide village, Monpazier

One of the amazingly beautiful villages of France, Monpazier has it all.

Beaumont-du-Perigord
Beaumont-du-Perigord

12th century Bastide gates and ramparts still in-tact

Church and square
Church and square

Local bastide village, Monpazier
Local bastide village, Monpazier

One of the amazingly beautiful villages of France, Monpazier has it all.

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Location

Come share our piece of heaven situated amongst some of the most highly rated beautiful villages in France (Monpazier, Belvès, Cadouin and Beaumont-du-Perigord).

Kayak down the Dordogne, wander the sun-drenched cobbled streets of the local villages, forage for local produce, wares and bric-a-brac in surrounding markets or stay-at-home to laze by the pool or curl up with a book. 

 

Don’t Miss

The epitome of the French lifestyle is the food. There is nothing better than foraging through the daily surrounding farmers' markets in order to come home and enjoy the spoils of your purchases...

Sample local produce such as fois gras, confit of duck, goats cheese and candied walnuts.

And for further dining pleasure, eat out at a huge selection of restaurants in the area from casual, family, romantic and fine-dining.