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Pros: Beautiful property with an interesting history and surrounded by a wonderful park. Hosts are very sympathetic and always keen on giving you advices on things to do in the area. Diner at the table d'hote is a must. Highly recommended
Pros: I loved the place. It was so idyllic and peaceful - and easy to get to all spots. Patrick and Raphael were so kind and generous - and welcomed us into their maison with so much love. The food is amazing and I wished I got to stay longer. We will be back!
Pros: Perfect setting, beautifully furnished, gorgeous park, peaceful and quiet, wonderfully kind and attentive hosts, plentiful delicious breakfasts and delightful dinner!
Cons: Rien! What’s not to like in fact love about the property!!
Pros: Incredible hosts, beautiful food, lovely house with stunning gardens! Would definitely recommend!
Pros: If you ever thought you would like to know what it is like to live like a French count, try staying at Domaine de la Brugere. This classic 100 year old manor house and gardens have been brought to life by Rafael and Patrick, two cosmopolitan Parisian businessmen with a flair for cooking (Rafael) and story-telling (Patrick). With only three lovely rooms, guests share a discreet and intimate experience of life in the beautiful Dordogne countryside. Make sure to have at least one dinner at the property as Rafael is a wonderful chef who takes pride in using only local (and wonderfully fresh) ingredients.
Cons: Everything exceeded our expectations
Pros: Great hosts. Wonderfull manor house with lovelly rooms in gorgeous landscape. Perfect place for recreation. Peacefully and stylish. Good starting point to explore the fantastic perigord region. Thanks to Pascal and Raphael!
Pros: We were welcomed by our host Patrick. What a warm welcome with a glass of wine! Great tour through the beautiful house. Our room and bathroom where large, clean and beautifully decorated. The dinner, prepared by Raphael, was delicious and we had a very pleasant evening with our hosts and other guests. The breakfast, all fresh ingridients and again dilicious. Tips from Patrick where to go and explore the surroundings where all great. The afternoon we spend by the swimmingpool, in total peace and serenity. We described the house and garden as if walking true a fairy tale. Patrick made reservation in a cosy and romantic restaurant where we ate on the last evening. I can not think of one thing we would change accept that we didnt stay longer. Thanks Patrick and Raphael for your warm welcome and perfect stay in a historic and true fairy tale like domain. We hope one day we will come back.
Pros: Our charming hosts made every effort to welcome us to their charming home with a welcome drink on the terrace in their beautiful garden. We stayed for 3 nights and each morning enjoyed a delicious continental breakfast in the rather grand dining room. For us the location was superb - only ten minutes from the relations we were visiting; so mostly we ate with our family, but treated ourselves to dinner at Domaine de la Brugere on the final evening: a delicious meal prepared by Raphael, and shared with both hosts, who made us feel like very special guests!
Cons: Everything was delightful!
Pros: This wonderful mansion house is set amongst a luscious green back drop, with rolling hills covered in large impressive trees, a wonderful lake and a waterfall which offers peace and tranquility. Inside the property the original charm oozes from the moment you enter, with three equally beautiful rooms all offering their own style. The suite has an impressive four poster bed and originally decorated bathroom. Patrick is the most attentive and enthusiastic host, he offers so much knowledge and warmth. Raphael is an exceptional chef and his passion and flair is demonstrated on the plate in an abundance, truly delicious food. The pool is clean and fresh and a great way to spend a lazy afternoon. We look forward to returning next year!
Cons: A very minor comment, but perhaps a tea making or coffee facility could be provided in the room or communally. Having said that, the hosts were more than happy to make a hot beverage when asked which was very kind.
Pros: Quite simply one of the best hotel / guesthouse experiences we have ever had. We have been lucky enough to stay in some of the best hotels in the world but this one exceeded my expectations more than any other. If you’re like me and you endlessly look for the best hotel in a region for your stay, just book this and save lots of time safe in the knowledge your stay will be exceptional. The house is beautiful, the grounds are lovely and tranquil, the pool is incredible (mini fridge nearby for your beers / soft drinks) and the food is carefully curated for the guests (my wife is vegan and her needs were kindly met). All in all, just simply a fantastic experience. Thank you Raphael and Patrick for looking after us.
Surrounded by a park, Domaine de la Sablière is a Guest House located in Dordogne and offering a terrace a pool as well as free Wi-Fi access. Overlooking the park, rooms at Domaine de la Sablière feature a wooden-parquet floor, a seating area and a flat-screen TV. The en suite bathrooms have a shower, hairdryer and separate toilets. Served in the dining room or on the terrace, breakfasts consist of regional produce, hot beverage, Apple juice, homemade jams, croissants, bread. This B&B is located on Santiago de Compostela Road. Thiviers Train Station is 1 km away.
Pros: The hostess, Cathy, was extremely helpful and considerate, bringing us complimentary beers on an extremely hot day.
Pros: Every thing was lovely, setting was great,
Cons: Unfortunately there weren’t any tea/ coffee making facilities in the room,
Pros: Very nice house Friendly owner
Pros: Lovely room, comfy bed. Nice breakfast . Very pleasant hosts. Recommended a restaurant in Sorges le truffle I think it was called and that was excellent.
Pros: Beautiful House, Lovely Hosts, Perfect in every way :)
Cons: Loved everything x
Pros: Very comfortable bedroom. Very friendly hosts who organised a table for us at the local Irish Bar (it was a Sunday and most restaurants were closed). Excellent breakfast served early so that we could get to our rendezvous on time.
With a stay at Hôtel de France et de Russie in Thiviers, you'll be a 4-minute walk from The House of Foie Gras and within a 5-minute drive of Nantheuil Pond. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: English owners most welcoming. Excellent restaurant in hotel, run by separate company.
Pros: The owners were welcoming and friendly. The room was very comfortable - the beds especially. We loved the relaxed atmosphere.
Pros: We had a lovely stay. Wonderfully kind and helpful owners who went out of their way to accommodate us and our young daughter. The restaurant is also excellent. Highly recommend.
Pros: Good location, Lots of places to visit within 45 minutes by car. In the village there is also a little chateu, and a market on Tuesdays and Fridays. Family room with enough space.
Pros: Everything !
Cons: Nothing !
Pros: the staff and the nice room. Good parking
Pros: Welcoming, secure bike storage.
Cons: Recommend to book restaurant in advance as its very popular. Hi
With a stay at this cottage in Sarlande, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Baignade aménagée, La Plage and Jumillac Castle. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: We loved our stay. Nelly cooks amazing food and the area is beautiful and relaxing.
Pros: Everything, superb host, stunning location, wonderful chilled environment.
Cons: Nothing, Nelly was absolutely delightful.
Pros: Location, gorgeous pool, really comfy bed, French press in the room, beautiful interior design, lovely breakfast. Great hospitality.
Cons: Wi-fi went down but not a deal breaker.
Pros: Everything! The hosts were very friendly, location was fantastic and the pool was simply amazing! You need a car to get to the remote location but this should not prevent you from experiencing a fantastic stay!
Cons: It was all good- perhaps could have supplied another reading lamp in the bigger bedroom.
Pros: We booked this at short notice and didn’t really do the homework. It is isolated so if you’re self catering then buy en route. They do evening meals and we opted for this and we can recommend it a 3 course dinner with wine for 25e a head. Lunch can also be provided. All our meals were healthy, fresh and tasty. Most of the salad stuff is home grown. The couple, Nelly and Cedric (plus their 5 month old son, Valentine) - make perfect hosts. Nelly speaks excellent English so no problems for uk clients. She is also fluent in Polish and French. Dining is outside or inside. We chose outside under the shade of the trees for all meals. A great experience. The house is set in about 2 acres or thereabouts. The lawns are mown and the site is level. This was great for us as Paula was recovering from a heart attack 3 months previously. Only step is the small one into the shower. The room was very cool being a barn conversion with thick walls. Access is via two french doors. There is a small courtyard that is shady in the afternoon. Exposed stonework and quaint and quirky furnishings- nothing matches - and the artworks are lovely. Shower is good and the bed is very comfortable too. The pool is brilliant and crystal clear. We spent a fair bit if time sunbathing on the wooden loungers and shaded by umbrellas. Did I mention that there is a tightrope too? The ambience here is great- so good that we wanted to stay a further 2 nights but could they only provide us with one. This place is brilliant. If you were travelling through with children then two nights were would certainly break up the journey. The pool is covered and closed off in the evening so safety is high on the list. A Belgian family had been there for two weeks staying in the gite. They couldn’t praise their hosts or accommodation highly enough. The rules here are please respect your neighbours and being quiet is encouraged and it works.
Cons: We thought the whole experience was great and had no issues or problems.
Housed in a 19th-century stone building, this hotel is located in the village of Sarlande, in the heart of the Périgord Vert countryside. If offers a bar and a restaurant serving traditional French dishes. With views of the garden, rooms at Relais de Sarlande are simply furnished and equipped with a TV. Each room offers an en suite bathroom with a bathtub or shower and complimentary toiletries. Upon request, a continental breakfast can be enjoyed each morning in guests’ rooms. For the other meals, guests are invited to dine in the restaurant offering specialities from the region, or on the terrace when the weather is nice. With free private parking available on site, the hotel is located 9.5 km from Rouffiac Lake. Limoges is situated 54 km from the hotel.
Cons: It was in the middle of nowhere the nearest shop was 5km away. The hotel reception and restaurant were dirty and a mess. The room was clean but the linen and towels smelled like badly washed clothes left in washing machine for days. The shower flooded. There was a little cupboard falling apart but we couldn’t hang anything because there were no hangers. The breakfast was €7 and included a croissant with jam, bread I think orange juice and maybe a coffee.
Pros: Nicely restored building next to the church in a peaceful village. Bedroom well decorated with attractive bed linen to match Excellent breakfast with beautifully fresh croissants, pain au chocolat and baguette
Cons: If I had known the hotel and Relais were one we would have found it faster - drove past the hotel sign!!
Pros: The owners were very helpful and attentive. It was nearly 40°C (the tarmac outside was melting!) and the stone walls made the room unbearably hot. There was no fan so as soon as they'd finished serving, the owner brought us the tower fan from the restaurant for the night. We had a lovely 4-course evening meal for €20 (with several choices ) and the continental breakfast was exceptional with high quality produce.
Cons: There was quite a unpleasant 'drain' smell coming from the shower but it was so hot we figured the 'trap' must have dried out & ran the shower for a bit.
Pros: Amazing place, we would definitely come back there if in the area. I would recommend this hotel to anyone who is looking for peaceful hotel with pleasant staff. Its 10 out of 10 from me.
Pros: Excellent breakfast, attentive service, and great view from the restaurant. The room facilities were basic but serviced our essential needs. The bed was comfortable and gave a good night's sleep.
Cons: Whilst not a problem for me, as I was able to recall my schoolboy French, just be aware that you need to have a basic ability to converse with the host in French, as English was not spoken at all ;)
Pros: good food very friendly and helpful very good for a disabled person easy parking good surroundings
Cons: to many little jobs not done ,loose toilet seats ,blocked shower traps ,flush handles broken,door locks needed attention.small things that add up to be a distraction on your holiday
Les Tibles features garden views, free WiFi and free private parking, set in Nanthiat. Units come with a flat-screen TV and DVD player, a seating area and a dining area. The bed and breakfast offers a continental or buffet breakfast. There is a garden with a barbecue at this property and guests can go hiking nearby. Périgueux is 40 km from Les Tibles, while Brantôme is 34 km away. The nearest airport is Limoges International Airport, 66 km from the accommodation.
Pros: Heather and Julius are very nice!
Cons: No WiFi in the room and a shared bathroom for €58,- for only one person is a bit much.
La Vieille Forge is set in Dussac and offers a terrace. Offering free WiFi, the property also has a shared lounge, a garden and barbecue facilities. A flat-screen TV is offered. Périgueux is 43 km from the holiday home, while Brantôme is 42 km from the property. The nearest airport is Limoges International Airport, 71 km from La Vieille Forge.