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The "Cour des Fontaines' with Aladin house to the right

Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2

Key Info
  • Swimming Pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden
  • Car not necessary
  • Nearest beach 12km

Aladin, fabulous 1 bedroom apartment,lovingly restored by a French interior designer . Aladin overlooks the famous cathedral of Sarlat , has its own private courtyard and its own plunge pool, unique in the historical city. The designer has gone to great lengths to create the comfort and luxury of a modern apartment whilst retaining the character of this historical property, granite pillars surround the pool, oak doors, beams etc. Located in a 17th century building on the ground floor on the beautiful square Cour des Fontaines , Aladin, an oasis of calm and tranquility set amongst the hustle and bustle of lively Sarlat town. An exceptional property in an exceptional location

Size Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms
Nearest beach Dordogne (river) 12 km
Access Car not necessary
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: brive 40 km, Nearest railway: sarlat 12 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer
Rooms 1 bedroom
Furniture Double beds (1)
Outdoors Private garden
Further details indoors

Luxury apartment designed by a French interior designer, with huge attention to detail and beautiful furnishings , antiques etc, original artworks,

Further details outdoors

Unique courtyard for private use, with its own plunge pool and superb views on Sarlat Cathedral, a romantic holiday hideaway

Included in price: linen, towels electricity

The Aquitaine/Dordogne region

With more than a thousand and one castles, and numerous villages classed as being the most beautiful in France, The Dordogne is a major tourist attraction.

Sarlat is also registered as being within a remarkable cultural environment due to its proximity to some of the most prestigious sites – Lascaux, Beynac, Domme, La Roque, Gageac – as well as chateaux, abbeys and some breathtaking public gardens.

Dordogne is the 3rd largest department in France. It enjoys a varied and temperate climate, even though the winters might be a bit colder than in the UK.The average temperature during summertime is 30°C and the first frosts usually appaer at the end of October.

Sarlat, a town of art and history, is part of a European network. The town is engaged in heightening public awareness of both inhabitants and tourists towards its environment, to initiate an appreciation in the young for architecture and urbanism. The organisers in charge of the town's heritage, in association with the future museum's curator, have set up an action programme for the year : themed visits, development of guides, competitive games, heritage days and nights, exhibitions. The town is not only appealing : its history is fascinating.

Since over a thousand years, the town has developed around an important Benedictine abbey, built during the roman period, in the 12th century, erected as a diocese in the 14th century. The town of consuls, nobles and tradesmen, became one of jurists and clerks who surrounded the bishop.

After the wars of 100 Years', Religion and the Fronde, from the 14th to 17th century, the town rediscovered its golden age, thanks to the “noblesse de robe” and their high magistrates who exercised royal justice for the Presidial. They smartened up Sarlat with new and grand dwellings built with towers, symbols of the noblesse. This was also the period of the Humanists.

La Boetie was born here and was initiated very early to the spirit of the Renaissance. Jean Tarde, the bishop's right-hand man, met Galilee in Florence and remained in contact with him for his astronomical experiences. Fenelon, a private tutor, was employed as priest in Sarlat, by his uncle, bishop of the diocese.

More recently, the creation of the “Festival des Jeux du Théâtre” in 1952 gave a new momentum to the town. Personalities became conscious of the interest raised towards its heritage, rediscovered by performers of stage and film. Sarlat was the first town to apply the “Loi Malraux” (Mulraux Law) voted for in 1962 to restore the historic centres, “the protected sectors”. It was a second rebirth.

Sarlat

Our vacation rental is inside the historical centre of Sarlat. an opportunity to stay in one of France's most beautiful and fascinating locations

Sarlat is also a town of culture by way of its numerous festivals, concerts and exhibitions.

- Sarlat, the patron of musicians, sculpters, street artists and creators, distinguished and some well-known names. Carzou, Bernard Buffet, Weisbuch, O'Galop, Cocteau, Combas - but also local artists with great reputations, Alain Carrier, and even the architect, Jean Nouvel.

- Sarlat, natural decor for the seventh art : the reason being due to its beautiful landscapes and its rich heritage, Sarlat is a region used often as a film location for directors of period movies. Amongst some of the latest big screen productions one can cite “Les Miserables”, "Les Dames Galantes" ("Gallant Ladies"), "La Fille de d'Artagnan" ("d'Artagnan's Daughter"), "Cendrillon" ("Cinderella'") and even "Jeanne d'Arc" ("Joan of Arc").

- The "Festival du Film" of Sarlat : the cinema holds a place in the cultural life of the locals. The festival of cinema unfolds each year in November in the capital of the Périgord Noir. It reunites a number of actors and stars from the big screen, directors, producers and technicians bringing in more than 800 young students of Terminale “option cinema” from France and overseas.

- The "Festival des Jeux du Théâtre" of Sarlat : with Avignon, this is the oldest festival in France, and opens in mid-July and runs to the beginning of August, within a remarkable natural enclosure, at the heart of the medieval city. Marked by a strict tradition, it has always appealed to directors in presenting performances of superior quality.

Truffles, foie gras, wid mushrooms like cepes, girolles and morels, nuts, confits (meats preserved in fat) and fine country meats, chestnuts, strawberries, liquors and brandies… just some of the wonderful jewels of this land's gourmet cuisine.

On this land of the “Good Life” it is with convivial spirit that local recipes are passed on from generation to generation and have contributed to a gastronomic reputation that justifies in itself the influx of visitors received from around the world.

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27 Jun 2013

3/5

"Great place but..."

No nets or shutters so you have to be in the dark at all times unless you want to be a public spectacle. It's noisy at night, as you might expect.We found the agency running it to be very good at… More

7 Jun 2013

3/5

"Fantastic location but wouldn't stay here again"

Stayed here for 1 week at the beginning of long trip to Europe. Location is great, in the centre of town but tucked away in a gorgeous quiet square. However, things to be aware of......there is no pa… More

2 Oct 2011

5/5

"Exceptional Accomodations on quiet square in Sarlat"

I was lucky to find this apartment on line and wondered whether it would be as it appeared in the advertisement. I am pleased to say that it was. The apartment is truly beautiful and could not be bett… More

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