This 200-year-old cottage is nestled in the midst of sunflower fields and rolling hills. Recently refurbished, modern appliances and new furnishings complement the many original features the building offers and create a comfortable space for up to 6 adults.
This is a place that allows you to get away from the hustle and bustle. Explore the nearby villages, chateaux and farmers markets; savour the best of the local wine, cognac and cheese producers; or simply relax with a book by the river.
Appearances can be deceptive. Although our cottage looks small from the outside, inside it offers three bedrooms (two doubles and one twin), a large bathroom, comfortable lounge and a spacious dining kitchen.
There is a first floor veranda which provides a great view of our large garden and the fields beyond, and a small patio area – both are perfect for that pre-dinner aperitif and alfresco eating. Guests also have use of our riverside garden.
We have recently renovated the cottage, including installing a new kitchen and bathroom and replacing most of the furniture including the beds. The kitchen is well stocked with pots, pans and crockery, plus a cooker with a hob, grill and oven, fridge/freezer, kettle and toaster.
Guests have access to the entire cottage, the immediate grounds (patio and parking at the front) and the garden.
Both my husband and I are available to offer help throughout your stay. We speak English, and a little French and Spanish.
Our part of the Dordogne is very peaceful and quiet so is perfect for relaxing breaks. We are surrounded by agricultural land, and for as far as the eye can see there are fields of sunflowers and maize, and rolling hills. This attracts a lot of wildlife, including deer, boar, birds of prey and some very beautiful butterflies and dragonflies. There is no shortage of things to do nearby, with chateaux, ancient monuments, caves, beautiful villages, farmers markets, art galleries and museums all within easy travelling distance. We provide guests with a comprehensive list of attractions.
You can also find out more about what there is to do in the area here.
A car is a necessity here. There is no public transport and very limited taxi services.
Other things to note
The gite is not suitable for children under the age of 14.
La Petite Maison costs 100 Euro per night.
Minimum booking – three nights.
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