Périgord Cottage,



ID: #190
Price: 1,175 AUD p/w
Type: Cottage
Location: Dordogne
Bathrooms: 2
Bedrooms: 3
Sleeps: 6

About Property


This Australian owned 3 bedroom cottage in the The Dordogne, offers the opportunity to live in a mediaeval french village with access to many spectacular regions and historical sites.

On the first floor of the cottage in Belves, Périgord Noir, is the master bedroom with a queen size bed and a sitting area with TV and telephone. This bedroom has an outstanding view over the Nauze valley and the eastern end of Belves, the mediaeval village. The second bedroom, on the same floor, has a double bed. The third bedroom has 2 single beds. The bathroom on this level has a shower, WC, hand basin and washing machine. The garden below has some fragrant herbs, a fig tree and flowers and shrubs. There is a stone terrace under the balcony.

The lower floor has an entrance hall that leads to a sitting room on the left. The sitting room has two two-seaters and a convertible divan. On the right is the living/dining room that is open to the modern kitchen with a electric stove and microwave oven. This room opens out on to the balcony where meals can be enjoyed while overlooking the countryside, part of the village of Belves with its interesting medieval architecture and the Belvois tending their village gardens. The bathroom is also at this level and comprises a shower, WC and hand basin. Internet is available in the cottage.


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Rental Rates

(Rates are quoted in Australian dollars)

  • Rates are $1175 p/w


Belvès is a spectacular town with a population of about 1600. In the village there are at least three restaurants, three boulangeries, two boucheries, three coffee shops, a bank and all other necessary commercial premises. You will be welcomed to the house by the local manager who speaks English.

There are scenic drives close by to the bastide villages of the 13th century: Beaumont, Castillonnes, Domme, Lalinde, Molières, Monpazier, Monflanquin, Villefranche-du-Périgord and Villréal.

The capital of Périgord Noir, Sarlat, is a renowned cultural centre. Its outstanding ensemble of mediaeval and renaissance architecture has made it a famous centre for film production. The prestigious drama and music festivals take place from July to October and the whole city becomes a hive of artistic activity.

General amenities

  • Family friendly
  • Parking
  • Satellite TV with English speaking channels
  • Village based/outside village
  • Washing machine/laundry facilities
  • Wifi