Villa is a wonderful Dordogne home with a lovely terrace and swimming pool that overlooks organic vineyards and is situated on the fringes of a hamlet close to Sainte-Foy-la-Grande.
Cosmic Villas is proud to provide this.
It just takes ten minutes to drive from this location to the banks of the Dordogne, making it the perfect starting place for exploring this fascinating area of south-western France.
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Enter this charming property and unwind in the open-concept living and dining space with doors leading to the charming terrace.
Cook delicious meals in the well-equipped kitchen or outside on the barbeque, of course using locally grown ingredients from a nearby market, then enjoy an outdoor meal with views of the vineyard and surrounding countryside.
With four lovely double bedrooms and an additional room with a sofa bed suitable for a child or teen, the property can accommodate 8–9 people.
Along with a cozy, traditional atmosphere, this warm farmhouse offers visitors modern conveniences like reversible air conditioning, a Smart TV with an Amazon firestick, as well as DVDs, books, and games so that everyone can spend quality time together.
The magnificent swimming pool and table tennis outside will excite people of all ages.
Arrange a taste at the hamlet's winery, which makes many bio-dynamic reds, whites, and rosés and borders organic vines.
The renowned Château des Vigiers, which has a 27-hole golf course, a spa, a cafe, and a Michelin-starred restaurant, is also nearby, about a 5-minute drive away.
One of the nicest markets in the area is at Sainte-Foy-la-Grande, which is only 8 km away by car.
Other charming markets can be found in bastide towns like Eymet, Duras, Issigeac, Villeréal, and picturesque Monpazier.
Don't forget to visit the historic district of Bergerac, another Dordogne city, or travel west to be mesmerized by hilltop Saint-Émilion, another haven for wine and history lovers.
You could even spend the day in or near Bordeaux, which is known for its intriguing architecture and wine heritage. Alternatively, you could travel further west toward the Atlantic Ocean for a lunch of oysters and white wine by Arcachon Bay or to try out some surfing on the extensive shores of the Médoc peninsula.
Interiors of a villa (across two split-level floors)