Dordogne, Lot, Gers & Aveyron
This beautiful loft located in the countryside would be ideal for a quiet couples retreat, or for a small group. Uniquely located in a 19th century tobacco drying barn, this contemporary yet cosy loft has impressive high ceilings which create a light and airy space. It’s exceptional exposure to sunlight with 11 windows on each side and two large windows gives it a beautiful, natural brightness. This contemporary loft offers a large open plan main room leading to a kitchen and a bathroom with incredibly high walls. The main room boasts a beautiful 4 poster bed. There is space for one more couple to sleep in the reception space that acts as both kitchen and living room. Additionally, 2 baby cots are available on request. Overlooking an extraordinarily beautiful valley, your only neighbours will be some ancient ruins! This atypical loft is completely ‘unplugged’, with no TV or wifi. Make the most of the outdoor terraces soaking up the sunshine or unwind in the shade in complete tranquility.
Located in the heart of ‘Black Périgord’, you can easily explore the Dordogne valley and its most beautiful villages and castles (the lovely and well-known town of Sarlat is only 20 minutes away).
from hiking trails
from closest city
from picturesque villages
For 2 people with possibility to add 1 or 2 baby cots
With shower and washbasin
With dining room, lounge, kitchen and two single beds
With views of the surrounding countryside
The spectacular spaciousness, the surrounding nature and the contrast between the rustic exterior and the ultra contemporary interior, make this loft an atypical but beautiful escape.
minimum stay 2 nights outside high season
For any option or service not listed here, don’t hesitate to ask our teams, and we will always find a solution to best satisfy your needs!
The owner of this property shares with us his recommandations.
The good local restaurants? Restaurant "Château Les Merles"
The nearest market? Urval on saturdays
The must see? Belvès, the city of 7 steeples
The must do? Visit the historic town of Sarlat!