This beautifully restored manor stands on top of a hill with stunning views of the surrounding area. In the park of 13 hectares, private tennis (quick), heated swimming pool (12X6), table tennis and outdoor games are available to tenants. This house from the beginning, was conceived as a place of rest and relaxation. This rare charm has been preserved over time: most rooms have a double exposure that guarantees maximum sunshine, the thickness of the walls ensures freshness during the summer, antique fireplaces allow early or at the end of the season to spend friendly moments in front of the living heat that gives off the fire. The 17th century elegance and modern comfort of the rest of the furniture, a large fully equipped kitchen and access to leisure activities such as piano (tuned), library, CD, DVD, satellite TV, baby foot ... you will allow you to spend a beautiful holiday in Périgord
In the immediate vicinity of the house, several well-maintained and sufficiently equipped spaces are available to you:
For outdoor dining, a large wooden table (12 persons) is located near the kitchen. A barbecue is available (also available grilled in the fireplace of the kitchen). Another wooden table (8 people) is located next to the pool.
For the walk, a romantic alley in the woods where, according to the season you can find chanterelles and porcini mushrooms.
For food lovers, fruit trees for most feral offer you, depending on when, plums, figs, pears and apples of old.
For athletes, private tennis (quick), heated swimming pool (12X6), table tennis and outdoor games are available.
The property is 2 km from the small village of Coulounieix. You will find a bakery, a small cafe and a farmer farmers market that is held every Sunday morning church square.
7km discover Périgueux, the old Vésunna city and its Roman relics.
It is the capital of Périgord, listed 'town of art and history' with its narrow streets lined with mansions, backed neighborhoods and Saint Front Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage site under the roads Saint-Jacques de Compostela.
Within 30 to 50 km you can visit Brantome, the 'Venice of the Perigord "and the beautiful castle of Bourdeilles or even that of Puyguillhem inspired by the great castles of the Loire. You can also discover the most famous prehistoric sites such as Lascaux or even browse the vineyards of Bergerac, which lies south of Perigueux.
Perigord traditionally famous for its natural and historical heritage is also for its gastronomy. A great selection of restaurants and lively markets throughout the year will guarantee a full discovery.