Situated within 300m of the Dordogne river and village centre, this charming, ancient mill once ground corn for the local bakery. The balcony terrace overlooks a pretty lawned garden that is bordered by a little stream. Lovingly restored by the English owners, this holiday property has traditional features such as beams and stone walls. The historic Bastide town of Domme is just 2km and the famous town of Sarlat, with its cobbled streets and twice weekly market, is just 15km. The Dordogne river has a sandy beach for swimming and canoe hire. The village has a supermarket, chemist, tennis, riding, small shops, cafés, restaurants, bakers, banks and a garage. This is an ideal location from which to tour this beautiful area of the Dordogne, including the caves at Lascaux and Padirac, as well as La Roque-Gageac and the spectacular riverside châteaux of Beynac, Fenelon, and Castelnaud. The area can easily be explored by car, bicycle on foot or by canoe.
Living room. Dining room/kitchen. Double bedroom. Two twin bedrooms (can be double on request). Shower room/WC. Bathroom with over-bath shower (no WC). Separate WC. Some rooms with beams and sloping ceilings
- Garden with unfenced stream
- Electric heating
- TV (for DVD use only)
- Internet access
- Garden furniture
- No smoking
- NB: Steps to entrance. Turning stairs to first floor.
Location: 300m from restaurant, 500m from shop, 15km from Sarlat (medieval town, train station), 20km from golf course, 53km from Cahors (cathedral, Roman amphitheatre).