Villa | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 9
Le Mas de Louis B is a beautifully presented 4-bedroom longhouse (all ensuite), full of charm and character and complete with private pool and jacuzzi.
It is set within large grounds, in a peaceful setting, in the charming village of Marcillac Saint Quentin, just 10 km north of the delightful medieval town of Sarlat.
Entrance hall: 20m², tiled floor, table, 4 armchairs, small sofa.
Living room: ground floor, 38m², tiled floor, fireplace, 10-seater sofa, TV, video player, DVD, CD player, 2 chairs. French window.
Dining room/Kitchen: 26m², tiled floor, table with 10 chairs, small round table, induction hob, oven, microwave, dishwasher, American fridge, coffee machine, espresso coffee machine, toaster. French window.
Utility room: washing machine, dryer, table, iron.
4 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom, 3 Shower rooms, 4 wc's:
Bedroom 1: ground floor, 19m², tiled floor, queen size bed (160cm), wardrobe, desk, dressing table, TV, armchair. French window with electric shutters and garden view. Ensuite bathroom.
Bedroom 2: first floor, 10m², wooden floor, queen size bed (160cm), TV, skylight. Ensuite shower room.
Bedroom 3: first floor, 10m², wooden floor, double bed (140cm), chest of drawers, TV, chair. Ensuite shower room.
Bedroom 4: first floor, 20m², wooden floor, 3 wide single beds (110cm), wardrobe, desk, TV, chairs, 3 benches. Ensuite shower room.
Bathroom: ensuite to bedroom 1, 6m², bath, 2 washbasins, tiled floor.
Shower room 1: ensuite to bedroom 2, shower, washbasin, wc.
Shower room 2: ensuite to bedroom 3, 5m², shower, washbasin, wc.
Shower room 3: ensuite to bedroom 4, 4m², tiled floor, shower, washbasin, wc.
Massage room: 17m², jacuzzi, Italian shower.
Separate wc: ground floor, hand basin.
Grounds: 3000m², open.
Terrace 1: 12m², covered, small iron table, 2 chairs.
Terrace 2: 20m², next to pool, covered by an arbour, tables, armchairs, barbecue.
Pool: 8 x 4m. Depth: 1.5m throughout, certified alarm protection, stairs. Facilities: sunloungers, deckchairs.
TV in each bedroom
Cot on request
Parking for 3-4 vehicles on site
Tourists sites nearby (Sarlat, les Eyzies de tayac, musée de l'homme, château de Beynac, Castelneau, the villages of Domme, la Roque-Gageac, Le Bugue with its Aquarium and the village of Bournat )
Supermarket: 9 km
Shops: 9 km
Doctor: 9 km
Chemist: 9 km
Tennis: 9 km
Golf: 12 km
Horse riding: 15 km
Hospital: 9 km (Sarlat).
|Size||Sleeps up to 9, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest Amenities||9 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Bergerac (90mn), Limoges (2 hrs).|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Jacuzzi or hot tub, Internet access, DVD player|
|General||TV, Video player, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 4 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (3), Double beds (3), Cots (1)|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
The Aquitaine/Dordogne region
The Dordogne region of South West France is one of the most beautiful and popular regions of France.
Chateaux, beautiful medieval towns and villages, unspoilt countryside and prehistoric caves are just some of the reasons why the region has been attracting visitors for many years.
There are many 'famous sights' in the Dordogne, including: Lascaux caves; Marqueyssac gardens; medieval Sarlat; Chateau Castelnaud; prehistoric caves in the Vezere Valley, etc. Yet it is the places that you visit outside these 'hot-spots' that will stay longest in your memory - the scenery, the peace, the coffee in a small cafe, the picnic next to a stream....
PLACES TO VISIT:
Sarlat. 10 km. Beautiful, well restored town with old quarters dating from both medieval and renaissance times, with a maze of narrow medieval cobbled streets to explore.
Montignac. 15 km. Pretty village on the Vézère River most famous for being home to the Lascaux Caves.
Les Eyzies. 20 km. Home to the world's most beautiful caves, some with outstanding crystallisations as well as stunning cliffs and rock formations. Cromagnon man was discovered here at the end of the 19th century. Nearby Fond de Gaume is one of the last prehistoric cave-painting sites that is still open to the public. The National Prehistory Museum which houses one of the world's most complete collections of prehistoric artifacts is also found in Les Eyzies.
La Roque Gageac. 25 km. One of the “Most beautiful villages in France” and very popular with tourists, with little more than a row of riverside houses squeezed between the Dordogne river and sheltered below the overhanging cliffs behind. A truly 'picture postcard' village.
THINGS TO DO:
Grotte de Lascaux. 15 km. World famous caves boasting paintings estimated to be from around 19,000 years ago. Open to the public after WWII but closed in 1963 because the paintings were being damaged by the carbon dioxide produced by thousands of visitors. The current site is a replica situated 200m from the original site.
Prehisto Parc, Les Eyzies. 20 km. No trip to the Vezere valley would be complete without the children playing at being prehistoric. Cavemen, mammoths and the like are recreated for your children's endless amusement.
Airparc Perigord, St Vincent de Cosse. 25 km. Tree top adventure. Situated on an island on the Dordogne River, with several rope bridges and zip lines over the water! Thrills guaranteed...
Le Village du Bournat, Le Bugue. 30 km. A very popular attraction for families with a reconstructed village showing life in 1900. With animals on a working organic farm, crafts and a working windmill (which makes flour for the local bakers). There is also a funfair (included in the entrance price), picnic areas and restaurants.
Terrasson. 30 km. Attractive town on the banks of the Vézère River and renowned for its stunning “Jardins de l'Imaginaire”, award winning gardens planted on a steep hill.
Belvès. 40 km. Lively and attractive Bastide town, known as the 'town of seven bell towers', with well preserved medieval features and an interesting 15th century covered market.
Tremolat. 45 km. The large sweeping bend of the River Dordogne, so-called the 'Cingle to Tremolat' is what attracts visitors, rather than the village itself. The views from the Belvedere de Tremolat are magnificent and the 180 degree view across the enormous bend in the Dordogne River is astonishing.
Monpazier. 55 km. One of the most stunning of the Bastide towns in the region with fantastically preserved medieval centre and boasting no less than 30 buildings designated as national monuments.