from £130 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
from £130 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
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Gite / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
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Gite / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
The gite, part of a converted stone farmhouse, is set in a tranquil location, at the end of a private drive just a few miles outside the village of Pellegrue. It is an ideal base for couples and family holidays.
The property is situated in the Entre-deux-Mers region, part of the Bordeaux wine producing area and has wonderful views overlooking vines, fields and woodland. The large enclosed garden is maintained to a high standard. Though peaceful, Pellegrue and other local villages are within easy reach, each providing shops, supermarkets, boulangeries, banks and traditional weekly markets.
Every care has been taken to retain the character and original features of the house and each room is tastefully decorated and furnished, providing everything for a comfortable and relaxing stay.
The saltwater pool equipped with a solar shower is for the exclusive use of visitors. The pool benefits from some of the best views the property has to offer.
The owners take pride in offering their visitors a warm welcome and provide a welcome pack on arrival.
Further details indoors :
The main entrance to the gite leads from a stone-walled terrace with wisteria covered pergola, into a spacious and well lit dining room/lounge with flat screen television (UK channels), DVD player, CD player and internet access. Every room has a wonderful view over the garden, a vineyard beyond and woodland in the distance.
The kitchen which overlooks the garden and pool, is well equipped with oven, hob, fridge, dishwasher and microwave oven.
A separate utility room provides a washing machine, ironing facilities, sink, freezer, storage space and rowing machine.
The master bedroom is situated on the ground floor with an en-suite shower room with wash-basin and wc.
On the first floor, there is a twin bedded room and a second shower room with wash-basin and wc.
On the same level, a spacious mezzanine contains sleeping capacity for two people or just an ideal snug area in which to relax or read.
The price includes bedlinen, bathroom towels, bath mats and tea towels, but please bring your own pool /beach towels. For fortnightly bookings or more, all bedlinen and towels are changed weekly.
There are no hidden costs regarding electricity and water consumption.
An end of let cleaning service may be arranged, to ensure your holiday ends on a relaxed note.
Guests visiting outside the peak season have the comfort of full central heating (gas) at an additional cost, by prior arrangement with the owners.
Further details outdoors:
The property is set in a large well maintained garden containing shrubs, trees and extensive lawn areas for making the most of the sunshine.
Guests have exclusive use of the private 9mx5m saltwater swimming pool (both shallow and deep end), which is equipped with a reglementary safety alarm.
The pool has a sizeable paved sun terrace, which provides a large parasol and sunloungers for every visitor. The pool can be seen from the dining terrace, kitchen and upper floor and has lovely panoramic views to be enjoyed.
A ping pong table is set in the lawn and an adjacent field may be used for ball games. A golf practice net is for the use of guests and clubs available at a small charge.
Wildlife to be seen and heard from the terraces may include deer, birds of prey, and the numerous house martins that are present in summer.
The stone walled dining terrace is equipped with garden furniture and is shaded by a pergola supporting wisterias that show an abundance of flowers in the spring. A gravel path leads off from this terrace to a fixed featured BBQ, set in the lawn.
Both the terrace, pool and garden areas offer complete privacy for guests to enjoy throughout their stay.
The changeover day is Saturday and you are welcome from 4pm onwards. The property must be vacated by 10am on your final day. Extra cleaning if required, can be organised but at a £50 charge.
30% deposit is required at the time of boking, accompanied by a completed Booking Form which will be forwarded to you.
A refundable breakage/damage deposit of £300 is also due at the time of booking. This will be fully refunded within two weeks of your leaving the house (subject to a satisfactory property inspection).
A compulsory Tourist Tax of 1,10 euros per person per night applies over the age of 18. Details will be included on the Booking Form sent to you, should you wish to make a reservation.
The balance is due 8 weeks before your stay commenceswhich may be paid by PayPal, cheque or Travellers cheques.
All bedlinen and towels are supplied, but please bring your own beach/pool towels.
In low season, gas central heating is available at an aditional cost, by prior arrangement with the owners. The amount is deducted from the security deposit.
For the comfort and safety of all our guests, there is a no smoking policy on the property and sorry, but we are not able to accept animals.
Activities near Pellegrue:
- Tennis - choice of informal clubs and courts in most villages.
- Horse riding
- Golf, a 20 minute drive, at Château des Vigiers Golf and Country Club, that nestles amid its own vineyards.
For those wishing to play a round of golf, we are able to obtain discounts on the prices shown on this website. Please do not hesitate to enquire for more information.
- Jazz- Monségur only 10 minutes by car, is renowned for its Jazz Festival (24 hours of swing) which takes place during the first weekend of July and provides a fantastic variety of music throughout the village.
- Wine festivals, in many villages and estates throughout the summer.
- Kayaking on the Dordogne river.
- Microlight flying and parachuting
- Cycling- numerous possibilities along the canal paths and disused railway paths, even as far as Bordeaux for the enthusiasts! Cycles for hire locally.
This destination is ideal for:
Rural /Countryside retreats
Star gazing-perfectly clear skies at night!
Food and drink lovers
Househunters wishing to move to France
Those in search of peace and tranquility in a French rural location
Enthusiasts of French culture and all that goes with it!
The list is endless!......
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Check in time:||16:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Will consider||House swap|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General||Central heating, CD player, Table tennis, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (4), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Secure parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Aquitaine region
Pellegrue is one of the many historic Bastide villages of the south west of France, together with Blasimon, Cadillac, Créon , Monségur, Sauveterre-de-Guyenne and Sainte Foy la Grande on the Dordogne river. These and many other villages have traditional weekly markets and most put on evening markets during the summer period, which are a must for eating out or just taking a stroll after eating at home.
Being close to the Dordogne and Lot et Garonne borders, many cultural visits are within easy driving distance for a day out. Some of the highlights include :
Bergerac : Historic centre close to the river and interesting Maison du Vin and Maison du Tabac to visit. River boat trips and canoeing along the Dordogne river.
Sarlat : Medieval sandstone market town. Much of the centre is pedestrianised. Cultural and musical events are organised throughout the year.
Issigeac : Bustling Sunday market.
Nérac : Picturesque Gallo Roman village.
Duras : Small market town with all amenities and interesting château open to the public offering beautiful views over undulating countryside.
St Emilion, an UNESCO site, within a 30 minute drive and well worth a visit. Cobbled streets, gastronomic restaurants, art galleries and of course wine tasting for the enthusiasts ! Wine tasting initiation classes may be booked in advance. Many of the estates are open to the public and guided tours are organised by the tourist office.
Bordeaux lies within an hour's drive. It has been declared an UNESCO World Heritage site, the largest urban area to be given this classification. It is a beautiful city, with everything on offer for all tastes and ages.
The riverside has recently been renovated and comprises bars, restaurants and shops.
Visit Bordeaux on foot, by tram or rent a bicycle.
Park and ride from outside the city recommended and then use the tram.
Arcachon : Visit Europe's largest sand dune, Dune du Pyla with its stunning views. Only a 90
minute drive away.
As we live on site, we are only too happy to help in offering advice on places of interest to visit. We are available for advice prior to your visit and will offer help during your visit, if required, in order to make this a holiday you can really enjoy and remember.
We are also happy to help with any special requests.
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