Le Cerisier is located in l'Hammeau, in the little village of Longeveau. This two bedroom, ground floor cottage is full of character, offering modern living with the charm of the countryside.The property centres around an open plan living area with plenty of space …see more
Le Figuier is located in l'Hammeau, at the heart of the village. It features one of the three pigeonnier towers at Longeveau!The property is centred around an open plan living area with plenty of space for living and dining, plus an open plan kitchen. Leading off f …see more
We stayed here for the first time on our twelfth visit to Longeveau. We absolutely lovely the generous ground floor accommodation with plenty of space for relaxing inside, eating inside and eating out… More
This bright west facing cottage features a spacious ground floor kitchen and dining room. To the back of this is a large double bedroom with en-suite and direct access to the side terrace. The lounge is on the first floor with exposed oak beams and stunning views across …see more
This is a spacious upside down cottage with lovely views across the golf course. It has two good sized bedrooms both with ensuite, a large family kitchen and a comfortable upstairs living room. L'Eta… More
Just a few minutes stroll up the hill, Le Potager is built over several levels. It offers comfortable living with traditional character. It comprises a dining / living room on the ground floor with steps up to the kitchen. A double bedroom and two twin bedrooms are loca …see more
Located on the upper floor of the Manoir itself, this beautiful two bedroom apartment overlooks the picturesque courtyard and the sprawling countryside of the Charente and Dordogne borders.The property provides guests with a generously sized master bedroom, including an …see more
Le Pressoire de Pierre is situated at the top of the hill in the little hamlet of Puygironde. It is It is renovated from a barn used as an old wine press and retains some of the character features. Inside, the property has been entirely refurbished to provide an elegant …see more
Renovated from an old barn, this three bed cottage offers a contemporary feel with plenty of character and comfort. La Vieille Grange is one of a small cluster of cottages in L'Hammeau, just a couple minutes stroll from Longeveau. There are two bedrooms on the grou …see more
Part renovation and part newly built, this popular two bed cottage offers character and comfort in abundance. La Grangette is the last of a small cluster of cottages in L'Hammeau, just a couple minutes stroll from Longeveau. Set all on one floor, it accessed by dou …see more
Alongside Le Four à Pain, L'Atelier still has its original stone fireplace and lovely oak trusses. Downstairs is an open plan kitchen / dining / living room, while upstairs there is a double bedroom and twin-bunk room.The property comes equipped with all of your t …see more
Originally the old farmhouse at Puygironde, this cleverly converted house with its country antique furniture has a first floor lounge with views out to the golf course. Downstairs there is a separate kitchen (with dishwasher / washing machine) and dining room with a lar …see more
Originally home to the cognac distillery at Longeveau, La Distillerie has been thoughtfully renovated over several levels. The first floor lounge / dining room takes advantage of the superb views over the garden, golf course and valley. Further steps lead up to the main …see more
La Granerie forms the middle part of an old barn conversion overlooking the sixth green, at the back of the Manoir. Making full use of the original beams and stonework, this charming cottage flows through from the kitchen to a dining and living area with double doors op …see more
“Longeveau provides a very relaxing holiday in a gorgeous location”
Reviewed 12 Dec 2013
We've been to Longeveau three times and we would warmly recommend it for a family holiday, especially with young children and most especially if you like tennis. It's a very peaceful place, where you… More
"Thanks ever so much for sharing your thoughts. A quick update on the three subjects you have raised. 1) We will update the 'About the Area' section on our website. You are right that we are very rural, so it is important that we share as many good ideas as possible. We also plan to make this section a little more prominent. 2) On the restaurant front, we've had a few surprises over the past couple of years! But I am glad to say we have just appointed somebody to start full time with us, from next season. We are very excited about working with him towards new goals, but our primary target is to re-establish a consistent, good quality service, for our resident clients and members - exactly as you have mentioned. So please stay tuned.. 3) Finally our friends at Orange France. Umm. We've now had the lines externally replaced plus another new router installed. They have also carried out some technical works further up the line. Everything seems to be working fine now (albeit not city centre speeds) so we hope this continues when usage picks up again. As a precaution, we have purchased a couple of internet dongles to ensure a basic service for those in need, if ever we do have problems. But fingers double crossed, the service continues..!
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This charming cottage, to the rear of the Manoir back garden, was once the home of the most famous pig in France! Although he was obviously well cosseted, he would definitely not recognise his quarters now.
La Porcherie consists of an open plan kitchen, dining and livi …see more
We have just had the pleasure of spending two weeks at Longeveau with our 15 month old toddler!
After quite a long stressful journey we arrived in the dark and the rain with a toddler in full melt d… More
This ancient milling barn has been cleverly converted into a three level cottage. The front terrace leads into a cosy living / dining room with period features and plenty of character. A flight of steps leads up to the kitchen and shower room. Another short flight of st …see more