Getting Here

Towns & Villages

Accommodation Rates


  • Canoeing (they take you any distance up river and you leisurely paddle back maybe stopping on the way for a beach picnic).

  • Pleasure boat sightseeing cruises along the river, both from Beynac and La Roque Gageac.

  • Medieval chateaux, castles and more recent stately homes with wonderful gardens to visit.

  • Swimming from the beaches along the river, man made lakes or swimming pools.

  • Fishing.

  • Mountain bike (VTT) or scooter hire.

  • Sight-seeing aeroplane or hot air balloon rides.

  • Prehistoric cave dwellings and paintings.

  • Underground Grotto’s caverns of natural beauty.

  • Les Milandes, Josephine Baker’s famous rainbow children’s home, museum, chateau, gardens and swimming pool. (10 mins drive).

  • Wonderful Chateau vineyards of Bordeaux, Bergerac and the dark rich wines of Cahors and Pecharment.

  • Golf at Vitrac (10 mins drive).

  • On the other hand, just plain country walking in unspoilt natural beauty.

There are many excellent restaurants in the area and in Sarlat.

Meat and vegetables are of excellent quality and can be purchased at the markets or in the supermarkets.

If you would like to avoid the task of cooking we will be happy to provide breakfast, lunch, or a take out picnic or a five course evening meal with wine (if we have some advanced notice). Good fresh wholesome home cooking using home grown organic produce available.

There is a pleasant outdoor eating area in the courtyard under the shade of a giant weeping willow tree or out of season, in the comfort of a traditional dining room.

 Walking Dordogne