99. La Petite Borde
Carsac-Aillac, Périgord Noir (Dordogne)
495 - 1555 euro
Rediscover the charm of the old stone houses of the Perigord, in this little hamlet, Le Hameau, overlooking the Dordogne valley not far from the medieval town of Sarlat.
Perched on top of a hill overlooking the valley of the Dordogne, lies an estate covering several hectares on which pine trees and holly oaks grow. Nestled in the midst of this greenery sits a village built from old stone and composed of charming gites with attractive interior design. There are leisure activities for your enjoyment, animals for the children to delight in and a vegetable garden for everyone to indulge in.
La Petite Borde
2 bedrooms, 5 person, 70 m²
A real dolls’ house accommodating a family of five. Open fire, sinks and stairs made of stone from the region, oak frame, poplar flooring and chestnut wood fittings: all of the traditional ingredients for a holiday where wellbeing rhymes with beauty and simplicity.
Beds : 1 king-size bed , 1 double bed, 1 single bed
Bathrooms : 1 bathroom with toilet, 1 separate toilet
Equipment : TV, open fire, washing machine, dishwasher, electric oven.
Facilities on the domain
The architecture of the stone houses and the beauty of this site will help you to relax and unwind.
At the Hameau you can also take part in various sports and recreational activities.
We have: A swimming pool (25m x 8m) with a panoramic view , paddling pool ,
half court (mini-tennis), ping-pong tables, badminton court,
pétanque area, mini football pitch,
wood-built children’s play area,
mini farm, trails for walking,
Access to these facilities and the loan of sports equipment is free of charge.
Apart from the recreational facilities we organzie in July and August an animationprogram for children and adults, such as:
children’s club (age 4 to 12 ), open two mornings a week,
sports tournaments, pony rides, water games,
canoeing on the river Dordogne,
hiking, discover truffle cultivation on a goose farm,
an evening of tales and legends from the Périgord,
a Prehistory evening; learn how to launch a throwing stick and watch a demonstration of silex cutting,
a supervised pot-holing excursion.