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La Dependance

Entire townhouse
hosted by Rolfe
  1. 6 guests
  2. 3 bedrooms
  3. 4 beds
  4. 2 baths
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Located in the beautiful Périgord Vert region of the Dordogne in south western France, La Dépendance is a spacious and comfortable three bedroom home with two large living rooms, two bathrooms and a sunny roof top terrace with panoramic views.

The space
The front door of La Dépendance opens into a spacious foyer with a circular staircase leading to upstairs accommodation. The foyer also gives access to a second bedroom with twin beds.

Upstairs, the original loft configuration is at once dramatic, spacious and light filled. Of particular interest are the timber beams, some of which retain the shape of the original tree, fastened without nails in a manner dating back to the 11th century.

The open plan Salon divides into four: a TV area with English and European satellite TV; an area with settee and armchairs; a quiet area with desk and chair; plus a dining area seating 6. Ceiling fans provide comfortable ventilation in the warmer weather.

A fully equipped kitchen has all electric appliances, including dishwasher.
At the far end is a double bedroom and bathroom with generous shower recess. There is a washing machine in the upstairs bathroom.

To one side of the kitchen a timber staircase leads to the roof terrace. There is outdoor furniture, an electric barbeque and lighting, allowing you to dine alfresco from morning to night.

Downstairs, the foyer also gives access to a second living room, furnished with lounge chairs and dining table for casual entertaining, its double doors opening to the outside BBQ area. There is also a second refrigerator and microwave, a second washing machine and dryer.

The third bedroom has a king size bed and there is a second bathroom with shower and toilet.

There is private parking directly outside.

Free WiFi and telephone are provided.

Where you'll sleep

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
TV with standard cable
Washer
Dryer
Patio or balcony
Hair dryer
Refrigerator
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

Where you’ll be

Bouteilles St Sebastien, Aquitaine, France

The natural beauty of the Périgort Vert is unsurpassed. Discover the Dordogne's rich heritage of prehistoric cave art, Roman ruins, feudal fortresses, its medieval churches, and great renaissance chateaux. Here some of the greatest medieval poetry, architecture and art were created.

La Lande is a leafy oasis just 16km from the bustling market town of Ribérac. Villages little changed since the middle ages scatter across hillsides, each with their Romanesque church. Ancient fortresses are associated with Richard the Lionheart and the Black Prince.

The local cuisine is a delight, with its famed foie gras, truffles and fresh grown produce. From Michelin star restaurants, to the inexpensive bar restaurants of the villages. Close by are the great wineries of Bordeaux, St Emilion and Cognac. Locally, Bergerac produces an affordable, good quality wine.

Self Catering requirements are available in the nearby villages of St Séverin and Verteillac. The regional centre Ribérac has hypermarkets and specialty shops. Visit the famous Ribérac Market on Fridays, the largest in the Dordogne. There are also numerous weekly village markets across the region.

Two thousand year old Périgueux with its Roman ruins and five-domed Byzantine cathedral is less than an hour by car. Visit the island town of Brantôme, with its fairy tale Abbey cut into limestone cliffs, and Bourdeilles with its ancient fortress and renaissance chateau. Wonder at the prehistoric cave art of Lascaux.

The region also features ancient pilgrimage sites such as Rocamadour.
Medieval Sarlat, bastides, the feudal castles of the middle Dordogne and the wine regions of Bordeaux are all within comfortable travelling distance.

There is golf, tennis, horse riding, swimming and canoeing close by, and cycling and hiking trails.

Important festivals of music and literature are held throughout the summer. The Felibrée is a celebration of Occitan culture held in a different town each year.

Angoulême hosts a vintage car race and a festival of the Bande Dessinée, a sophisticated form of comic strip. There is a mime festival in Périgueux; a Film festival in Cognac and a Jazz Festival in Bergerac.

From spring onwards, each village hosts an annual fête, a colourful 2 day event concluding with a gala dinner dance and fireworks.

Truffles, foie gras and walnuts each have their season. Aubeterre sur Dronne features an impressive artisans’ exhibition where local craftsmen sell their wares along the streets and in the squares

There are numerous Flower Festivals: Epeluche and St Jean de Côle are among the favourites.

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4.63 out of 5 stars from 8 reviews

Hosted by Rolfe

Joined in August 2015
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My wife and I have owned a house in the Dordogne for 20 years. It is an idyllic part of France and we would very much like to share this beautiful part of the world with others. Our property is a well appointed family home, the ideal base for exploring the surrounding region.
My wife and I have owned a house in the Dordogne for 20 years. It is an idyllic part of France and we would very much like to share this beautiful part of the world with others. Ou…

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Rated 4.63 out of 5 from 8 reviews.