Your own private villa with pool amidst beautiful rolling countryside, in the heart of the Dordogne, an ideal base to explore all that the region has to offer. Visit the historic sites and chateaux, sample the gastronomy and some of the finest wine from Bergerac and Bordeaux. With a host of activities, events and festivals throughout the summer. Probably one of the best regions of France with an unspoilt landscape, charming medieval stone villages, some spectacular scenery and a pleasant climate.
Set within landscaped gardens and woodland, Campagnac Villa has spacious and comfortable modern accommodation with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Approached by a small lane winding up from the valley through the woods, the property offers total peace and tranquillity.
For fresh bread and morning croissants the local village with, a few shops including baker, butcher and organic grocery store is a five minute drive, for everything else supermarkets and tourist office the market town is 14 minutes away.
The property is situated close to the end of a small lane which winds up through the forest from the valley below. There is no passing traffic.
There is an abundance of wildlife with deer in the forest which lies to the back and side of the property. There are many pleasant walks which can be accessed directly from the villa. The garden to the property, which surrounds the villa on all sides, extends to just over half an acre.
The pool is for the sole use of the occupants of the villa. There are steps leading into the pool, a pool side solar shower, sun loungers and other garden furniture.
You may also enjoy hiring an electric boat for a river excursion in nearby Neuvic, or take a trip on the river Isle or Dordogne in a traditional gabare. Lac Jemaye is one of several nearby lakes offering a beach area and watersports, canoeing or pedalos.
Half an hour away is the historic medieval town of Bergerac, with it's many restaurants, shops and museums. There are also several bastide towns throughout the valley of the Dordogne, the region of France which boasts the most chateaux. Perigueux, the capital of the department, with it's cathedral and ancient city centre is half an hour away. St Emilion and the many vineyards of the region are a must for those who wish to sample and perhaps take home some very fine wines.
A little further a field are the classic sites of the Dordogne valley - dramatic cliff top villages, troglodyte settlements, les Eyzies and prehistoric caves, Domme, Beynac and Castlenaud.
The Pays de Bergerac provides a wonderful combination of gentle countryside, picturesque towns and villages, fine wine and gourmet food.
Registered with the Comite Departemental du Tourisme de la Dordogne
as furnished holiday accommodation - No. 1161
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