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Pitite Bellisima from the bottom of the garden

Cottage / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 6

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Cottage / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Nearest beach 65 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car essential
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden

Rental from Friday to Friday.beautiful Four Bedroom Cottage.

Petite bellisima is a lovely renovated cottage, located in the Dordogne region of SW France. Famed for its beautiful rolling country side, Chateaux, vineyards and historical medieval market towns, the area has all you need to enjoy your summer break. Located just 6 km's from the famous market town of St Foy Le Grande Petite Belsima is a traditional French cottage which sits on the banks of the Dordogne and is close to local villages with all amenities that you require.​

Renovated to the highest standard in 2005 this beautiful cottage has retained much of its traditional charm whilst offering very comfortable and superior accommodation.It as four bedrooms.and can sleep a max of eight.the garden leads down to the beautiful river Dordogne.which is very good for fishing.The house as antique furniture with original works of art.Flat screen TV, DVD player, WI-fi ,internet, access.game boards card etc,swimming pool. Petite Bellisima is very close to St Emilon, abut a twenty five minute drive.and in the other direction after St Foy Le Grand is the beautiful market town not to be missed on a Saturday.

St-Emilion is a large wine producing area, and due to the number of notably good small vineyards, and the diversity of the terrain, there are many different styles. However, on the whole St-Emilion wines are rich, warm wines which have an easier charm to some who are beginning to appreciate Bordeaux wines. They have a high concentration of the Merlot grape which leads to a round, fruity and often alcoholic wine (sometimes 1% stronger than Medoc wines). 'Cotes' St-Emilion are well-coloured, medium bodied perfumed wines yet can show a tannic, powerful complexity. These wines age beautifully, although they can often be drunk earlier than a wine from the Medoc or Graves appellation. 'Graves' St-Emilion is close to the Pomerol appellation and has many of its lush, fruity characteristics. The wines usually have a deep fruitiness and can usually be drunk reasonably young, yet are ageworthy.​

Terrain

'Cotes' St-Emilion covers the slopes from the town of St-Emilion towards the south, and the plateau which surrounds the town. There is a very thin layer of clay and limestone soil over a base of limestone, which are ideal conditions for the Merlot grape, and the Cabernet Franc grape. The Cabernet Sauvignon grape prefers more gravel which helps drainage, and is less used in St-Emilion than in the Medoc. The chalky soil helps ripen the grapes which leads to a stronger, more alcoholic wine. 'Graves' St-Emilion has a much deeper gravelly soil with some clay, sand and iron, without the degree of limestone found in the Cotes region. St-Emilion has a plenitude of Chateau producing extremely enjoyable, good quality wine. There is a wealth of different styles in this appellation, which the wine lover is assured will be a pleasure to discover. a few note which might be of intress



Bergerac



There are several restaurants in 'old-town' Bergerac, set among the medieval half-timbered streets, and open-air cafes where you can pass a very pleasant hour people watching.

Up from the old town, there is a newer part to Bergerac, with more conventional streets and a larger range of 'modern' shops.

The wine museum is set in a lovely medieval building while the National Tobacco Museum is also based here in Bergerac (tobacco is still grown in the region), and is apparently very interesting,

After exploring Bergerac you can take an organised boat trip (bagarre) up the river (start from the car-park at the bottom end of the old-town) to see the town and the nearby countryside from a different perspective.

Note - you can safely ignore all mentions of Cyrano de Bergerac, who had nothing to do with the town but is none the less well represented in statues and memorabilia.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 4 bedrooms
Nearest beach 65 km
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car essential
Nearest Amenities 5 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: bordeaux ...bergerac, Nearest railway: libourne
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player
Pool Private outdoor pool (unheated)
General Central heating, TV, Telephone, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites
Furniture King Beds (1), Double beds (2), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Bicycles available
Access Secure parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users

The Aquitaine region

Petite Bellisima is very close to St Emilon, abut a twenty five minute drive.and in the other direction after St Foy Le Grand is the beautiful market town not to be missed on a Saturday.

St-Emilion is a large wine producing area, and due to the number of notably good small vineyards, and the diversity of the terrain, there are many different styles. However, on the whole St-Emilion wines are rich, warm wines which have an easier charm to some who are beginning to appreciate Bordeaux wines. They have a high concentration of the Merlot grape which leads to a round, fruity and often alcoholic wine (sometimes 1% stronger than Medoc wines). 'Cotes' St-Emilion are well-coloured, medium bodied perfumed wines yet can show a tannic, powerful complexity. These wines age beautifully, although they can often be drunk earlier than a wine from the Medoc or Graves appellation. 'Graves' St-Emilion is close to the Pomerol appellation and has many of its lush, fruity characteristics. The wines usually have a deep fruitiness and can usually be drunk reasonably young, yet are ageworthy.​

Terrain

'Cotes' St-Emilion covers the slopes from the town of St-Emilion towards the south, and the plateau which surrounds the town. There is a very thin layer of clay and limestone soil over a base of limestone, which are ideal conditions for the Merlot grape, and the Cabernet Franc grape. The Cabernet Sauvignon grape prefers more gravel which helps drainage, and is less used in St-Emilion than in the Medoc. The chalky soil helps ripen the grapes which leads to a stronger, more alcoholic wine. 'Graves' St-Emilion has a much deeper gravelly soil with some clay, sand and iron, without the degree of limestone found in the Cotes region. St-Emilion has a plenitude of Chateau producing extremely enjoyable, good quality wine. There is a wealth of different styles in this appellation, which the wine lover is assured will be a pleasure to discover. a few note which might be of intress



Bergerac



There are several restaurants in 'old-town' Bergerac, set among the medieval half-timbered streets, and open-air cafes where you can pass a very pleasant hour people watching.

Up from the old town, there is a newer part to Bergerac, with more conventional streets and a larger range of 'modern' shops.

The wine museum is set in a lovely medieval building while the National Tobacco Museum is also based here in Bergerac (tobacco is still grown in the region), and is apparently very interesting,

After exploring Bergerac you can take an organised boat trip (bagarre) up the river (start from the car-park at the bottom end of the old-town) to see the town and the nearby countryside from a different perspective.

Note - you can safely ignore all mentions of Cyrano de Bergerac, who had nothing to do with the town but is none the less well represented in statues and memorabilia.

Castillon-la-Bataille

Petite bellisima is a lovely renovated cottage, located in the Dordogne region of SW France. Famed for its beautiful rolling country side, Chateaux, vineyards and historical medieval market towns, the area has all you need to enjoy your summer break. Located just 6 km's from the famous market town of St Foy Le Grande Petite Belsima is a traditional French cottage which sits on the banks of the Dordogne and is close to local villages with all amenities that you require.​

Renovated to the highest standard in 2005 this beautiful cottage has retained much of its traditional charm whilst offering very comfortable and superior accommodation.It as four bedrooms.and can sleep a max of eight.the garden leads down to the beautiful river Dordogne.which is very good for fishing.The house as antique furniture with original works of art.Flat screen tv, dvd player, wi-fi ,internet, access.game boards card etc,swimming pool..

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