Character old stone cottage in a fantastic location a short walk to the River Dordogne, restaurants and shops.
A traditional detached stone built village house, hundreds of years old, completely renovated, Cottage Le Capiol is full of character and offers comfortable modern accommodation, with two double bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Lying in a quiet back street of the charming village of Cenac et St Julien, nestling into the hillside at the foot of the medieval bastide of Domme, the property is a short walk to the river Dordogne, restaurants and shops.
Accommodates 2 to 4 persons - **** Classified 4 stars Department of Tourism.
Choose ANY DAY ARRIVAL / DEPARTURE - Short breaks available.
WiFi Mobile Internet is available charged at cost (10 Euros = 1Gb for 7 days)
This delightful original Perigordine cottage has private parking and outside shaded patio with views over the village.
Local shops are just around the corner and the supermarket is less than 500 meters away.
You have the choice of eating in or eating out and can walk to one of the local inexpensive restaurants or bars. Pop out in the morning to pick up your freshly baked croissants and bread.
For that special gourmet meal you should discover the restaurant Belle Etoile a 5 minute drive away at Le Roque Gageac. Here you may enjoy a wonderful meal in lovely surroundings at a very reasonable price. The Perigord is renowned for it's gastronomy and is the best value for money in the whole of France.
Strolling around the village is a joy, with the narrow streets, the weekly market, the tiny village chapel and the speciality shops. The River Dordogne and it's riverside beach and canoeing is also within walking distance of the cottage.
The ancient bastide of Domme rises up behind the village and several footpaths lead you through the picturesque countryside to one of the most beautiful villages in France. A 360 degree panorama gives amazing views over the Valley of the Dordogne. Here you will find many more restaurants and small shops to browse around.
PROPERTY DETAILS IN BRIEF:
Original Perigordine cottage
Self-catering sleeps 4
One double bedroom (four-poster) with ensuite jet shower
One twin bedroom with ensuite bathroom and wc
Ground floor separate wc
Quiet back street in village centre
Original features, oak beams, stone walls
English Television, washing machine, dishwasher
Restaurants and shops walking distance
The river Dordogne majestically winds it's way through the region crossing the Perigord Noir and passing the village of Cenac et St Julien which lies at the foot of the medieval bastide of Domme. To the west a short distance along the river you will find La Roque Gageac as equally picturesque and steeped in history as is Domme. A little further along is the famous Chateau of Beynac.
The entire area is steeped in history and pre-history, counting the world famous site of Lascaux within easy reach. From the dawn of time man has left his mark in what must surely be described as one of the most beautiful parts of France. From cave dwellings to fairy tale castles the views and scenery are breath taking.
A lovely cottage in a lovely location. Decoration is very well done and we felt immediately at home. Our only faults were the dampness in the downstairs bedroom which was ok for us as we are a couple and decamped to the top floor bedroom, but might be a problem for more than 2 people. The terrace was a litle disappointing at first, but we ended up spending plenty of time there as there is plenty of shade and it is quite private.
Susan from London
Stayed 23 May 2009
We had a wonderful stay.
Michael from Queensland
Stayed 27 Feb 2009
Lovely cottage, very clean and well looked after. Well situated, quiet, in walking distance of everything in the charming village. The property itself is full of character and well renovated and nicely furnished. The area is outstanding and I would recommend staying here to anyone.
Murray from Eaglesham
Stayed 05 Sep 2008
Cottage Le Capiol is a charming and very attractive property, tastefully presented and ideally situated to explore the many attractions of this part of the Dordogne. The attractive village of Cenac supplies all ones day-to-day requirements, and the proximity to to the bastide village of Domme, and to the Dordogne river itself are a further bonus. The Cottage, on three levels, with living area on the middle floor, is ideal for two couples. Communication by the proprietor is excellent. Highly recommended.
Julian from Romsey
Stayed 28 Jun 2008
Excellent facilities and located in a quiet street a short walk from Cenac. We found the cottage to be clean upon takeover with many items not normally available in french properties. Would certainly recommend this cottage to others.
Geoffrey from Sidmouth
Stayed 22 Apr 2008
We had a wonderful stay in a wonderful house. We were, however disappointed that the food in some of the restaurants in the areas we visited were not of a higher standard but I guess that this is just a matter of taste. Apart from this a wonderful part of the world and a comfortable place to stay.
Many thanks for the efficient way your company has handled everything.
Golf course nearby, bike rental, canoeing, hot air ballooning, inexpensive and gourmet
restaurants, chateaux, grottes and prehistoric sites.
Picturesque countryside, medieval
towns and villages.
Very good value for money.