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Plassial (Ref. 0317) - Location de vacances Coux et Bigaroque

Pour 2 personnes - 850 € à 1100 € / semaine
+ possibilité de 2 couchage(s) supplémentaire(s)
Charme et romantisme absolu pour ce délicieux cottage, situé dans un hameau de "carte postale", à la croisée des vallées de la Dordogne et de la Vézère.
Calme et sérénité ne sont pas de vains mots pour cette charmante maison en pierres du XVIIIème, nichée dans son adorable jardin de curé.
Vous apprécierez sa décoration soignée, ses équipements de grande qualité et le charme qui s'en dégage.


DESCRIPTION INTERIEURE:
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Le belle entrée distribue de plain pied :
* Un confortable salon, intimiste et élégamment meublé. le poêle à bois est idéal pour les soirées les plus fraîches de printemps et d'automne.
* Baignée de lumière, la salle à manger a tout autant de charme avec sa lourde table en bois brut, son parquet au sol, et ses pierres et poutres centenaires. Elle s'ouvre sur la terrasse et le jardinet orienté plein sud.
* Séparée par une porte vitrée, la cuisine offre un équipement de grande qualité et est parfaitement équipée pour y cuisiner tous les bons produits locaux.

* Depuis l'entrée, le superbe escalier en chêne conduit à la première chambre double avec son lit en 160cm, chevet, commode et penderie de rangement. Attenante sa salle d'eau privée dispose d'une large douche carrelée, lavabo et toilettes.

* La seconde chambre double, tout aussi romantique, se situe à l'étage supérieur. Elle jouit également de sa propre salle d'eau privée.


DESCRIPTION EXTERIEURE:
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* Adorable jardin de curé, entièrement clos, entourant la maison.
* vaste terrasse sur toute la largeur de la maison, bordée d'arbres centenaires, agrémentée de buis et de poteries et meublée d'un salon de jardin.
* Parking pour une voiture à l'intérieur de la propriété (portail électrique)
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A Wonderful Holiday Retreat
5 of 5
We stayed at "Le Plassial" between 17th - 24th July 2010. The accommodaion was spacious, comfortable extremely well equipped. We felt at home almost immediately. The house is full of character with many original features but is equipped to a modern standard. The south facing garden is very tranquil. However, our days were mainly spent exploring the beautiful local countryside by car and bicycle and visiting numerous places of interest. We can recommend a visit to Sarlat on market day (saturdays & wednesdays), canoeing down the Dordogne and walking in the area around La Roque Gageac.
We can thoroughly recommend this holiday property.
The perfect holiday destination
5 of 5
My husband and I stayed at Le Plassial in August 2010. For once we were not disappointed with the way in which a property had been described on the internet, and the reality. We consider ourselves fussy travelers, and we were completely enchanted. The house is gorgeous, beautifully renovated and furnished, has lovely modern bathrooms and a wonderful view for drinks and dinner on the terrace. It is perfectly situated in the Perigord Noir, close to fabulous food markets and interesting places to visit. I have recommended the house to everyone I know and we will certainly be back (if I didn't miss my cat so much we may never have left!).
Stay: Jul 2011
Exceeded all expectations - 5 of 5
We are frequent visitors to this region of France but our trip was hugely enhanced this year by selecting Le Plassial as our base. This is a wonderful property where attention to detail is evident from arrival and never fails to disappoint as the week progresses. We feel very fortunate that Carl has chosen to rent out his wonderful house and to allow us the opportunity to have the perfect base in the Dordogne. As always we enjoyed cycling and taking in the wonderful scenery while visiting the local villages including Belves, Cadouin, Limeuil and Beynac but all of this was extra special because we knew that at the end of a tiring day, we would return to this beautiful house. Some of the main features which were important to us were: excellent kitchen, high quality bathrooms, fantastic and very tasteful furnishings, comfortable bed with lovely linen and a great outdoor area that you never tire of enjoying until the end of every day. This house will live long in the memory!
Date of Stay: Jul 2011
This property is a gem. This was our first visit to this region of France and this home and the surrounding countryside were more spectacular and satisfying than we ever could have imagined. We would come back from canoeing on the river at the end of the day, to food fresh from a local market and excellent local wine and be totally happy. Wonderful night markets are not far away and we visited several and dined with the locals who were welcoming and cordial. Being able to bring home a box of local wine for 12 Euros or a fine bottle for 20 was remarkable. There is a wonderful wine shop in le Bugue. Don't miss it. The house and property were the star attraction however, and we ate each meal outside near the garden, accompanied by hummingbirds, butterflies and blue tits, and the fragrant smell of white roses and lavender which they encouraged us to enjoy, and we did. This was one of the most memorable vacations we have ever enjoyed, and the one closest to paradise.
Date of Stay: Aug 2011