Holiday Rentals in Dordogne
This is a beautiful example of a classic French chateau. Set in attractive private grounds with views over vineyards and countryside, and with a particularly large heated pool to boot, this thoughtfully refurbished property makes an excellent base for a holiday in the Dordogne.Price per week:£6370-£7730Sleeps:20Pool:YesRef:LAC2395
A not-to-be missed elegant farmhouse a short drive from the gorgeous village of Gardonne. The villa has a beautiful swimming pool with roman steps surrounded by a huge terrace with shaded areas. A perfect holiday destination for families & groups of friends wishing to escape the hustle and bustle.Price per week:£1179-£2226Sleeps:8Pool:YesRef:LES2634
This stunning 17th century chateau, found just 80km south of Limoges in picturesque rolling countryside, is the ideal base to explore the beautiful region of the Dordogne. Set within 15 acres of spacious grounds, gardens & orchards that open out onto to a lake with private woodland paths.Price per week:£3923-£5605Sleeps:12Pool:YesRef:CHA2356
'Le Pech de Giroux' has an exceptional setting in a secluded hamlet between Domme and Sarlat. This delightful house stands on a ridge with spectacular views 8 miles across the valley. Private grounds of 3 acres with enclosed heated swimming pool and large sunny south-facing terrace at front of housePrice per week:£1550-£2700Sleeps:8Pool:YesRef:LAM2397Special Offer:
10% discount off all remaining weeks in 2018.
25% off week commencing 25 August.
Elegant restored barn with a private heated pool, in a peaceful countryside settingBergerac - Eymet
This property is a detached and elegant restored barn with a private heated pool with electric security cover as well as a gated play area, patio with barbecue and lovely dining area. Benefits from a peaceful countryside setting with vineyards and small farms ideal for exploring by car or bike.Price per week:£1384-£2059Sleeps:7Pool:YesRef:JOL2882
Accommodation in a "Rapunzel" type tower, the 17th century chateau is set in 34 acres of wonderful sunny terraces, gardens and woodland. On your doorstep there is the beautiful Lac de Feyt with bathing beach (including a life guard) and boats for hire. A great venue for small gatherings.Price per week:£4126-£6287Sleeps:20Pool:YesRef:CHA1930
Situated in the Lot department, near the Dordogne river valley, close to the medieval market towns of Souillac, Gourdon and Sarlat, lies this delightful, extremely tastefully furnished stone house set in 10 acres of parkland.Price per week:£960-£1620Sleeps:8Pool:YesRef:PER1202
C17th stone Presbytery sitting just above the Dordogne river, neatly restored inside & out to create an overall atmosphere of warmth and peace. Offering unspoilt views of the countryside, guests can breakfast under the rising sun on their own private terrace before taking a morning dip in the pool.Price per week:£4033-£6101Sleeps:8Pool:YesRef:LEP2642
Kid-friendly features abound at this 18th century villa in the Dordogne. The playset in the garden, indoor games, and private child-safe pool will keep the kids entertained and parents will adore the classic holiday villa feel: stone walls, wood-burning fireplaces, and simple, rustic furnishings.Price per week:£905-£1862Sleeps:6Pool:YesRef:LAC2863
Le Peyretaillade is located in the village of St Cybranet, close to Sarlat. This beautiful holiday villa has been fully renovated and offers superior quality accommodation for those looking to rent a real home from home. Situated in spacious grounds with a heated swimming pool.Price per week:€2000-€2950Sleeps:9Pool:YesRef:SIM1126
The Dordogne, named after the river that runs through it, is a department in the Aquitaine-Nouvelle region of South West France. The ancient and gastronomic city of Perigueux is the busy regional capital. The Dordogne is also referred to as Perigord, a natural region and former province of France, which roughly covers the same area as the Dordogne. The Perigord region is subsequently divided into four areas, namely: Perigord Noir (Black), Perigord Blanc (White), Perigord Vert (Green) and Perigord Pourpre (Purple)
The south west of France and in particular the Dordogne is rich in ancient history, for the region has been continuously inhabited by mankind for tens of thousands of years and longer than any other area of Europe. The great caves around Les Eyzies and Lascaux contain the earliest evidence we possess of primitive art. The landscape of this historic region seems to have an ancient familiarity, derived from centuries of people living in harmony with the land.
The Dordogne is hugely popular with holiday makers due to the uncluttered rich landscape, sleepy ancient villages, clean slow-moving rivers, good regional cuisine and historic architecture of castles, bastides and churches.
The region is famous for its quality duck, geese and poultry which forms the basis of the cuisine with fat being the key ingredient of many dishes. The ultimate dish must be cassoulet, which is a stew of duck or goose with sausages, pork and white beans topped with a crust of breadcrumbs. The region is one of the main producers of garlic, which can be simply cooked with local mushrooms.
The Dordogne has a temperate climate with local variations across the region due to the landscape and proximity to the Atlantic. Generally, summers are hotter than the UK, but winters are slightly colder. The hottest month is July with an average temperature of 29 degrees C and January the coldest with a temperature of 9 degrees C. The wettest month is also January.
With the variety of accommodation listed on our site, all holiday makers are guaranteed a first-class experience with their friends or families.
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