LA RIVIERE AZ587
Accommodation (Approx. -,— sq.ft.)
• Living/Dining room
• Library/ Study room
• 4 bedrooms (1 king, 2 queen, 1 with single + pull-out)
• 3 Bathrooms 2 en-suite (1 tub and 2 showers), 4 WCs
• TV/ DVD/ CD/ Wi-Fi internet access
• Telephone for local calls only
• Swimming pool (30’ x 46’) heated at additional fee- 250 €/week
• Outdoor Dining facilities/Barbecue/Ping-Pong Table
• Sheets and towels included
• 3 hours midweek of maid service included
• Final cleaning included
• Security deposit – $2,475
Location: short walk to village (1.2 milesfor shops, cafés, and restaurants) ,15 miles from Sarlat-la-Canéda, 28 miles from the Grottes de Lascaux (caves). 25 miles from Bergerac airport.
Dordogne, often referred by its ancient name “The Périgord”, offers one of the most gorgeous unspoiled countryside in France. You will find the greatest concentration of natural wonders and historic sites. With its majestic Chateaux, its medieval villages and famous prehistoric caves, its heritage and authenticity are genuinely preserved. It’s the perfect land to explore and to be amazed.
The area boasts France’s beloved gastronomic delights such as Foie Gras and locally produced wine, all can be savored locally for your visit to be unforgettable. On the banks of the beautiful Dordogne River and overlooking the emblematic Siorac Bridge, this 17th Century fascinating villa is close to the shops, cafés, and restaurants of the village of Siorac and only a short drive to Sarlat, a renowned and beautifully preserved medieval town. The chateaux and villages of Beynac and Domme, as well as the famous Grottes de Lascaux (caves) with their ancient wall paintings are nearby and a must-see. And if you want to enjoy outdoors water sports such as canoeing and swimming, or fishing, you will find many activities on the Dordogne River.
This historic property, which served as the toll-post for the ferry (crossing the river) before the construction of the Siorac Bridge, has been exquisitely restored, blending modern living while fully preserving its authentic charm and character. And to add a touch of authentic French charm, four trains a day chug along a close-by track. With typical low beamed ceilings, authentic hardwood floors and exposed stone walls, the exceptional mansion can accommodate up to 8 people in four appealing bedrooms. A gorgeous heated infinity pool and a convenient patio, both with stunning views of the River, will assure you a fantastic stay.
The entrance opens to a spacious living area with hardwood floors, exposed stone walls and beamed ceiling. With a magnificent old stone fireplace and comfy sofas on one side, and a large wooden dining table that seats 8 comfortably on the other, the great room has a charming and authentic atmosphere. The gorgeous country kitchen with spectacular views of the River and two French doors leading outside, is well-equipped with modern appliances, ample cooking surfaces and a round table with several chairs. A cozy TV room and an ensuite bedroom with a shower, a sink and a toilet complete this floor.
Up, the stairs lead to a relaxed library/ reading area and three more bedrooms, all beautifully decorated with exquisite fabrics and original décor, and with fantastic views of the River. The master suite has a king size bed and a splendid bathroom with a Jacuzzi, a walk-in multiple-jet shower, 2 sinks and a toilet. Two lovely bedrooms, one with a queen bed and the other one with a single bed (with additional pull-out bed) will share a modern shower room and a separate toilet.
An attractive manor with exceptional views of the Dordogne River.
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