La Dordogne Cottage

 

 

The Dordogne Cottage can accommodate up to 9 people. It has five bedrooms: four upstairs – Sarlat, Domme, Périgueux and Bergerac – each set up for two people with its own bathroom, and the Brantôme room on the ground floor, which is set up to host a person with a disability or reduced mobility, with an adapted bathroom. Fireplaces and eye-catching wooden framework. Private garden.

Grottes du Périgord Cottage

 

 

The Grottes du Périgord Cottage is located at the opposite end of the farmhouse and is set up for seven people. It includes the Rouffignac bedroom on the ground floor and two more upstairs: Lascaux (the most symbolic of the location) and Pech Merle. It also includes a vaulted cellar – Les Eyzies – which is undoubtedly the oldest part of La Burague. Private garden.

Perigord gardens cottage

 

 

The Périgord gardens cottage overlooks the pool. It was fitted out in a former barn and has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.

With its 100m² (1075 square feet) it is our smallest and also our cosiest cottage.

It has a private terrace and garden, and both bedrooms are airconditioned.

Cénac cottages in the Dordogne near Sarlat

3 holiday cottages accommodating four to nine people, with a swimming pool, 12 km from Sarlat in Périgord Noir

Together with a spa, sauna, massage armchair, playing room and free access to bikes.

Book direct with onsite English speaking owner.

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                 Located at the edge of the village of Cénac-et-Saint-Julien, where the Dordogne flows, at the foot of the Bastide de Domme (a fortified medieval town), enjoy the peace and quiet 12 km from Sarlat, 52 km from Cahors, and 72 km from Brive, Périgueux and Bergerac. 550 km from Paris, you can travel 500, 1,000, 2,000 or even 20,000 years into the past.... but with WiFi and an infinity pool. The Burague Cottages are based in the heart of Périgord Noir, in what is known as the "Golden Triangle" - an incredible concentration of natural, cultural and culinary heritage, and a no less impressive variety of sporting and children's activities.

Within a radius of 60 km, you will find seven of the most beautiful villages in France, 13 fortified medieval towns (bastides), five cave-dwelling sites, 25 prehistoric caves and shelters including Lascaux and Les Eyzies, nine châteaux, three remarkable gardens, and 13 sites on the World Heritage List. Gentle and surprising landscapes, sometimes spectacular but always well preserved. In the heart of Périgord Noir, 15 km from Lot.

The sporting activities include golf, tennis, canoeing, beaches, microlight aeroplanes, hot air balloons, hiking, horse riding, and more... not to mention the activities offered at the cottages. If you are feeling inquisitive, explore one of the region's many festivals (music, theatre, dance and cinema).

In terms of fine dining, Périgord is the land of foie gras and truffles, but also of honey, walnuts, cheese and strawberries, plus Bergerac and Monbazillac wine. The Michelin Guide counts no fewer than nine starred restaurants, not to mention the 11 "Gourmet Bibs". After visiting Périgord's 47 farmers' markets, you will understand why it's so hard to dine badly here!

And as the icing on the cake, you will encounter a lifestyle based on natural kindness and independence. Here, people will look you in the eye, drivers are courteous, and you will find help more readily than anywhere else. Unsurprisingly, the Dordogne is also one of the safest departments of France. Here, you will feel at ease.

 

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