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At the border of Charente and Dordogne, this Charentaise barn has been restored to provide welcoming accommodation. Set in peaceful grounds in a small hamlet and overlooking woods it is ideal both for walking and, with large grounds, for children to play.
At the border of Charente and Dordogne, this Charentaise barn has been restored to provide welcoming accommodation. Set in peaceful grounds in a small hamlet and overlooking woods it is ideal both for walking and, with large grounds, for children to play. The large comfortable living room has a large stone fireplace with wood-burning stove, ideal for mid-season. There is a covered terrace and play area at the side. The house has original features such as stone walls and beams creating an authentic atmosphere. The village of Varaignes has a good restaurant while the little town of Montbron (7km) has all facilities. There is a swimming lake at St. Estèphe, karting and horse riding nearby, and canoeing on the River Tardoire. Fly via Poitiers, Bordeaux or Limoges.
Ground floor: Living/dining room with wood-burning stove and tiled floor. Kitchen/breakfast room. Separate WC. First floor: Double bedroom with en-suite shower room/WC. Double bedroom plus single bed (alternative sleeping only). Twin bedroom. Bathroom/WC with separate shower cubicle
Location: 3km from Varaignes (shop, café, restaurant), 7km from Montbron (all facilities), 9km from St Estèphe (lake).
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