A beautiful seven bedroom historic villa that faces south towards the Dordogne River and vineyards. The main house has six bedrooms, three bathrooms, two living rooms and two kitchens. The seventh bedroom is in the freestanding 18th century pigeonnier. There is a sunny pool and two acres of garden.
A beautiful historic villa that faces south towards the Dordogne River, called "Domaine de la Croix de St Michel". Built of Bordeaux stone in the 18th century, the Domaine has been lovingly restored recently. The house has six bedrooms, three bathrooms, two living rooms and two kitchens. The seventh bedroom is in the pretty eighteenth century pigeonnier. There is a sunny pool, almost two acres of lawns leading down to the neighbouring vineyard, and a stone barn in which the Domaine's wine used to be made, and which now offers table tennis and table football.
Guests will have access to the entire house (apart from a cupboard in which our things are stored for when we use the property).
The owners (James and Eileen) live in England and are available by mobile phone at any time. There's also an English couple who live in a neighbouring village and who look after the property. They will be available to answer any questions that guests may have.
The property is great for families with kids (large garden, sunny pool, table tennis and other activities). However, it's not suitable for children under 5: the staircases are steep for little kids and are made of polished wood, and the swimming pool is unfenced.
There are three double bedrooms and two bathrooms in the main part of the house, and three bedrooms (two doubles and a twin) and a bathroom and separate toilet in the older part of the house. The cosy seventh bedroom is in the pretty 18th century pigeonnier, a few metres away.
No children under five years old, please.