This pretty stone house for rent in the Black Perigord in Dordogne is the ideal vacation spot to unwind and enjoy the rich cultural heritage and beautiful nature of the Dordogne region. Renovated with attention to detail, this old farmhouse has two attic rooms with beautiful exposed beams, typical of the old Périgord farms. On the first floor, the living room flaunts exposed stone walls, exuding character. Located in the middle of 18 hectares of land, the patio and beautiful swimming pool make this the ideal place to peacefully enjoy the sun.
15 minutes from Sarlat and leaving the main road, this property is tucked away in the woods. The winding path through the woods leads you round a final bend, where this charming stone farmhouse awaits you. Step back in time in the idyllic atmosphere of this property, the combination of the isolated location with the rustic character of this traditional home, creates a serene environment to relax in.
from picturesque villages
from closest city
A bedroom with a double bed A bedroom with two single beds (can be made into a double bed)
With shower and bath
5m x 11m
5 minutes from the property
"The charm and authenticity of this renovated farmhouse have remained intact with the renovation adding a touch of luxury. A true haven of peace in the heart of the Dordogne!" Amelie Fiat
may - september and october
minimum stay 7 nights
minimum stay 7 nights
The owner of this nice house shares with us her recommendations.
The good restaurant in the area? L'Auberge La Ferme du Brusquand in Marquay and the Restaurant in the Hotel Laborderie in Tamnies
The nearest local market? The twice weekly market in Sarlat (wednesday and saturday), which winds through some of France's ancient, and most colourful streets! There are also wonderful smaller markets in St. Cyprien and St. Genies.
The place not to be missed? There are medieval towns to explore, canoe trips on the Dordogne and Vezere rivers, some extensive hiking trails, horseback riding, swimming, and tennis nearby. There are numerous chateaux to visit (Beynac and Castelnaud are not to be missed) as well as more peculiar attractions like the haunting of ‘Chateau de Commarque’ and the Cabanes de Breuil
The "must do"? A visit to the many villages, castles and prehistoric sites in the region is essential!