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In the Heart of Beynac Village with Spectacular Castle & River Views

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  • Minimum stay:4-7 nights
  • Internet:Yes
  • Pets considered:No
  • Wheel chair accessible:No

Beynac-et-Cazenac house description

The house is situated in the picturesque village of Beynac et Cazenac on the ancient cobbled path leading up from the riverside to the medieval castle. The house is within 3 minutes walk of all amenities and overlooks magnificent views of the Dordogne and neighbouring castles while looking directly upwards from the peaceful garden terrace at the rear reveals a remarkable view of Beynac Castle.

House Description.

The house is built into the rock face on the steep road up to the castle and is therefore on three levels. Originally, it was a cobbler’s shop, and has been renovated over the last few years, mainly internally, to reveal the beautiful yellow rock and wooden beams with the living quarters on the first floor to take full advantage of the beautiful views and to provide easy access to the rear terrace.

On entering the front door; to the left is the master bedroom with king sized bed and en suite bathroom.
To the right is a staircase to the first floor where you will find a large sitting room (30sq.m) with magnificent views of the Dordogne. There is Internet access, a TV with French TV channels, a dvd player with a selection of dvd's, a 'pirates' chest with a selection of board games and also a selection of novels in the book case. In addition there is a folder full of details of things to see and do in the region.
At the far end of the sitting room are five steps up to the kitchen/dining room with French doors leading out onto a small balcony where once again the views are spectacular. The kitchen is fully equipped and supplied with a dishwasher, gas cooker, fridge and multi-function microwave.
Leading off the kitchen is a shower room with a large glass brick walk-in shower, wc and wash hand basin and beyond, a further door to a utility room where the washing machine and dryer are located.
The staircase leading down from the kitchen provides access not only to a second exit door but also to bedroom 2 with a double bed.
The beautiful wooden staircase leading up from the kitchen provides access to the third bedroom which is furnished with two single beds.
From the rear of the kitchen is a door to the terrace with sun loungers, patio table and chairs, a charcoal Bar-B-Q all set off by spectacular views of the castle directly above.
There is now a new upper terrace with a stunning view of the river over the rooftop - lovely for catching the evening sun.
There is car access to the front door to unload your luggage, but be prepared to reverse 50 yards back down to the main road if necessary. Alternatively, park on the quay and use our case trolley (in the entrance hall) to bring the luggage up to the house. Car Parking is close by in Place d'Alsace Car Park. An economical weekly parking ticket can be obtained from the Maire.
There are 6 restaurants to choose from in Beynac all within 5-10 minute walk of the house.
The village has all the the major essentials - mini-market, butcher, baker, hair stylist, chemist, ATM, Post office, Tabac, and Doctor who does speak English.

Local History
Beynac et Cazenac is a magical village of honey coloured stone houses nestled alongside the beautiful Dordogne river below the stunning cliff, from the top of which the medieval Beynac Castle keeps watch on the river below and on the countryside to the south, west and east, as it has done since the 12 century. It is no surprise that it has been listed as one of France’s most beautiful villages.
The surrounding area is steeped in history including the oldest cave drawings at Lascaux Caves, and witnessed the Hundred Years War (1337-1453) between England & France. Beynac Castle changed allegiance many times and was once the home of Richard the Lionheart having scaled the cliff face to gain access to the castle(King of England 1189 to 1199). Sarlat la Caneda a beautiful nearby town, was rescued in the 1960’s from demolition and is now thriving with many restaurants, shops, outdoor markets and outdoor theatre.
The narrow cobbled street that leads up to Beynac castle (as seen in the opening scenes of the film Chocolat) was the main road following the Dordogne river from Sarlat via Bergerac to Bordeaux – most traffic was then along the river and you can still take a trip on the traditional gabarres today.

This region of France has a reputation for gastronomic delicacies such as foie Gras and truffles. The relationship between foie gras and the perigord region dates back to the 18th century, and continues to be celebrated with festivals and tasting events.
Walnuts are produce in great quantities in the region and the local walnut liqueur is well worth sampling.

Places of interest

Sarlat la Caneda (about 10km), a medieval town that developed around a large Benedictine abbey, is one of the most visited towns in France. This is largely due to the efforts of Andre Malraux, Minister of Cultural Affairs, who chose Sarlat as a trial town in 1962 for the Loi Malraux Law to protect the heritage of France's towns. Sarlat is now classified as a ville d'art et histoire and has the highest density of certified 'Historic Monuments' of any town in France. It is on the list for future nomination as a UNESCO world heritage site.

Marqueyssac Gardens (about 2km), already listed as a national historical monument, covers 22 hectares of land, with more than 6 km of shaded paths edged with 150,000 hand pruned boxwoods that are over 100 years old. It is the most visited garden in Perigord and overlooks the entire Dordogne valley providing spectacular panoramic views.

Bergerac (about 40 km) to the west on the northern bank of the Dordogne is characterised by elegant Renaissance buildings from medieval times. One of many highlights is the old town, with restaurants & boutique shops along quaint cobbled streets. There are 2 statues of Cyrano do Bergerac from the famous play of the same name. On both sides of the river are 13,000 hectares of vineyards producing red, white and rose wine, although not as revered as Bordeaux, they have good flavour and should not be overlooked.

Les Eyzies-de-Tayac about (25km) is the home to the Musée National de Préhistoire (National Museum of Prehistory) and the area contains several important archaeological sites. Les Eyzies-de-Tayac was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1979. In March 1868, the geologist Louis Lartet discovered the first five skeletons of Cro-Magnons, the earliest known examples of Homo sapiens sapiens, in the Cro-Magnon rock shelter at Les Eyzies-de-Tayac. These skeletons included a foetus.

Gouffre De Proumeyssac (about 20km). This Cathedral of Crystal is a spectacular cavern with incredible formations of stalactites and stalagmites. From the ceiling hang four huge stalactite formations. These resemble, and are named after: a siren, a waterfall, a jellyfish and an octopus. From one of these water pours down adding to the pools of water on the floor below.
Legends surrounding the 'Trou du diable', the 'devil's hole'. In the winter the hole emits a mist in the same way that rivers do on a cold day and in olden times this was thought by the local people to be smoke from the fires of hell. The hole was used as a general tipping site and so the stench from this added to the myth. Wealthy travellers were targeted by robbers and disappearing travellers were rumoured to have been dropped down the hole adding to the area's reputation.
It wasn't until 1907 that the hole was explored and the cavern discovered. As of 1924 visitors were allowed, being let down into the cave by cable & basket. Then in 1956 a tunnel was built providing the easy access today's visitors enjoy.





Keywords: Vacation home, Holiday rental house, Sarlat vacation rental, Beynac vacation rental, Dordogne Rental

Property Type

      • House

      Accommodation Type

          • Vacation Rental

          Meals

              • Guests Provide Their Own Meals

              Suitability

              • Children Welcome:

                May not be suitable for active, very young children on account of the staircases....moreless

              • Minimum Age Limit For Renters:

                25 if not accompanied by adults...moreless

              • Non Smoking Only
              • Pets Not Allowed

              Bedrooms: 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6, Beds for 6

              • Bedroom 1: 1 king, 1 baby crib

                With ensuite bathroom. Camping cot available upon request....moreless

              • Bedroom 3: 2 twin/ single

                Loft Bedroom situated above kitchen with 2 single beds...moreless

              • Bedroom 2: 1 double

                Situated below Kitchen. Cupboard with Water softener....moreless

              • King size beds (1) This is in the main bedroom with ensuite bathroom, Double Beds (1) Bedroom 2 has a double bed., Twin or Single Beds (2) There are 2 single beds in the loft bedroom., Baby Cribs (1) Camping Cot/Crib Available on request. Small Tower Fans in each bedroom. Child Intercom system - all available upon request....moreless

              Bathrooms: 2 Bathrooms

              • Bathroom 1: toilet, combination tub/shower, bidet

                Main en-suite bathroom ...moreless

              • Bathroom 2: toilet, shower

                Large walk-in glass block shower....moreless

              • Main en suite has a bath with integral shower, basin, toilet and bidet. 2nd bathroom has large walk-in glass block shower, basin and toilet. Situated on floor between bedroom 2 and 3. ...moreless

              Kitchen & Dining

              • Kitchen:

                Kitchen/Dining Room with Extractor Fan and Ceiling Fan. Separate Utility Room with Washing Machine and Tumble Drier. Welcome folder, appliances instructions folder should you need it....moreless

              • Dining:

                Dining room/Kitchen with extendable dining table with 6 chairs. High Chair and Booster chair available upon request. French window to Balcony overlooking river....moreless

              • Dishes & Utensils:

                Cutlery and crockery for 12. Glasses. All cooking dishes and utensils, food processor...moreless

              • Microwave:

                Large Microwave with Grill, Oven and Microwave combined....moreless

              • Pantry Items:

                Tea, coffee and sugar, spices and salt and papper....moreless

              • Child's Highchair
              • Oven
              • Cooking Utensils
              • Toaster
              • Seating for 6 people

              Amenities

              • Parking:

                Temporary parking on the quay. Parking in Municipal Car Park 5 mins walk away. Weekly parking ticket available from the Mairie for 13euros. opening hours Mon to Fri 10.00 to 12.00am and 2.30 to 4.00pm...moreless

              • Air Conditioning:

                The thick walls of the property keep the house cool in summer, particularly if the shutters are partially closed at the hottest time of day. Ceiling Fan in Kitchen. Small Tower fan in each bedroom....moreless

              • Parking Off Street:

                Temporary parking is available on the quay. A weekly Non-residants parking ticket (at around 13euros) is available from the Mairie. This reduces the cost of parking in Place D'Alsace considerably....moreless

              • Living Room seats 6:

                Large living room with seating for 6. with TV(French Freeview channels only - 2 in english), DVD player, DVD's, HiFi music center, Chest with board games for all ages, Books, Binocculars....moreless

              • Towels Provided:

                Bath sheet and hand towel per person provided. Not to be used for outdoor activities - please bring your own beach towels....moreless

              • Clothes Dryer:

                Tumble drier in the utility room off the second bathroom. Washing line on Terrace....moreless

              • Washing Machine:

                New Bosch 8kg washing machine - in the utility room off the second bathroom...moreless

              • Linens Provided:

                Bed linen and towels are provided for each weeks rental....moreless

              • Heating:

                Electric radiators in all rooms...moreless

              • Iron & Board
              • Hair Dryer

              Other Amenities

                  • The village, has a small supermarket/deli, butcher, chemist, two bakers and a Hair Salon. There is also a post office, ATM, Tabac, Tourist information office as well as antique shops and galleries. The Restaurant La Petite Tonnelle (has great reviews on the internet, you will need to book in high season) Hôtel Restaurant du Château (200 metres distant) and sevaral others within easy walking distance. All amenities are within 3 mintutes walk of the house. See location map and click on links. If you require more selection there is a large supermarket at Saint Cyprien (petrol available here) - about 6 miles. Or a similar distance in the opposite direction on the outskirts of Sarlat there is a Casino supermarket....moreless

                  Entertainment

                  • Books:

                    Novels and short stories for holiday reading. Folder with ideas for things to see and do on your holiday....moreless

                  • DVD Player:

                    DVD Player and 40 DVD Library - a selection for both adults and children...moreless

                  • Television:

                    French FreeView TV Channels available 2 or 3 of which are in English. ...moreless

                  • Games:

                    Board games for all ages....moreless

                  • Stereo
                  • CD Player

                  Communications

                  • Internet:

                    Wifi throughout the house and terrace - instructions in folder...moreless

                  • Wireless Internet:

                    Orange.fr asdn WiFi throughout the house and on the terrace....moreless

                  • Broadband Access

                  Outdoor Features

                  • Lawn / Garden:

                    Secluded Terrace with a Table and 4 Chairs, plus additional Folding Table and 2 Chairs. 2 Sunbeds and Umbrella....moreless

                  • Deck / Patio:

                    Secluded Terrace with a Table and 4 Chairs, plus additional Folding Table and 2 Chairs. 2 Sunbeds and Umbrella....moreless

                  • Balcony:

                    Leading from the kitchen with stunning views of the Dordogne....moreless

                  • Outdoor Grill:

                    Large outdoor charcoal grill. Plus grill utensils....moreless

                  Theme

                  • Away From It All
                  • Romantic
                  • Family
                  • Historic
                  • Tourist Attractions
                  • Adventure

                  Location & View

                  • Water View:

                    Stunning views from the lounge and kitchen of the Dordogne River and Valley. Amazing views of Beynac Castle from the Terrace...moreless

                  • Village:

                    In the heart of Beynac Village with all amenities within a 3 minute walk of the house....moreless

                  Activities

                  • Cinemas
                  • Horseback Riding
                  • Medical Services
                  • ATM/Bank
                  • Groceries
                  • Hiking
                  • Fishing
                  • Shopping
                  • Cycling
                  • Spelunking
                  • Rock Climbing
                  • Mountain Biking
                  • Swimming
                  • Golf
                  • Tennis
                  • Hot Air Ballooning
                  • Antiquing
                  • Wildlife Viewing
                  • Scenic Drives
                  • Theme Parks
                  • Live Theater
                  • Restaurants
                  • Museums
                  • Botanical Garden
                  • Churches
                  • Caves
                  • Forests
                  • Coin Laundry
                  • Ruins
                  • Winery Tours
                  • Festivals
                  • Sight Seeing
                  • Boating
                  • Walking
                  • Freshwater Fishing
                  • Kayaking
                   

                  Reviews

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                  Rental basis: Per property
                  Dates Nightly Weekend Night Weekly Monthly * Event
                  SUMMER 2014
                  Jun 27 - Sep 4, 2014
                  7 night min stay

                  €1,820
                  LATE SUMMER 2014
                  Sep 5 - Sep 25, 2014
                  7 night min stay

                  €1,435

                  Changeover Day: Friday

                  AUTUMN 2014
                  Sep 26 - Oct 23, 2014
                  7 night min stay

                  €1,225
                  WINTER 2014
                  Oct 24 - Dec 18, 2014
                  7 night min stay

                  €910
                  CHRISTMAS/NEW YEAR 2014
                  Dec 19 - Jan 1, 2015
                  4 night min stay
                  €150
                  €975
                  EARLY SPRING 2015
                  Jan 2 - Apr 2, 2015
                  7 night min stay

                  €945
                  SPRING 2015
                  Apr 3 - May 21, 2015
                  7 night min stay

                  €1,225
                  EARLY SUMMER 2014
                  May 23 - Jun 26
                  7 night min stay

                  €1,435
                  My Standard Rate
                  7 night min stay

                  €945

                  Additional information about rental rates

                  Fees:

                  • Refundable Damage Deposit €300
                  • Taxes Included

                  Notes:

                  A 30% deposit required to confirm reservation. Remainder due 8 weeks prior to arrival.

                  Rent payment in full before details of key safe to access property will be forwarded to you.

                  300 euro refundable damage deposit required 2 weeks prior to arrival.

                  Change-over day is Friday. Maximum Occupancy - 6 persons

                  Shorter Stay of minimum 4 days negotiable. Reduced rates for stays of 14 days or more.


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                  Policy available by contacting owner when booking.


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                  Last updated: 08/20/2014
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                  Location

                  • Sarlat-la-Caneda

                    "Beuatiful Medieval Town with fabulous Saturday Market, Summer Music Festival, well worth a d..."

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                  • Shops

                    "Mini Market - has most basic supplies, fresh fruit and vegetables, a variety of local chees..."

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                  • Mairie

                    "Purchasing of weekly Non resident (tourist) parking pass for Place d'Alsace. Opening hours M..."

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                  • Cafe Bar Tabac

                    "Cafe and Tabac - a lovely place to start your day with Croissant and Coffee. Great Staff who..."

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                  • Chemist

                    "Helpful and have a little English."

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                  • Poubelles/Bins

                    "Rubbish sack (Black) disposal, Recycling sack(Yellow) disposal, and Glass Recycling Bins. Fr..."

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                  • Quay

                    "Quay at side of river for temporary parking whilst unloading if access road to house is busy."

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                  • Tourist Office

                    "Situated on the main street between the Chemist and the Cafe/Bar "

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                  • Restaurant Maleville

                    "Restaurant Maleville Deceptive restaurant from the outside, But it has one air conditioned r..."

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                  • Hotel du Chateau & Restaurant

                    "Hotel du Chateau Rastaurant - out side on the terrace or inside air conditioned - great fo..."

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                  • Restaurant Maleville

                    "Restaurant Maleville Deceptive restaurant from the outside, But it has one air conditioned r..."

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                  • Chateau Beynac

                    "Beynac Castle - Directly above our house - an absolute must to walk up through the village t..."

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                  • Château de Castelnaud

                    "Great place to visit, lots to see in the castle, artifacts, videos, and demonstrations for c..."

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                  • Les Jardins de Marqueyssac

                    "Miles of walks, spectactualar topiary gardens, paths along the cliff face with wonderful vie..."

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                  • La Petite Tonnelle

                    "La Petite Tonnelle, Relatively new to Beynac but has quickly made a name for itself. It has ..."

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                  • Carrefour Supermarket

                    "Good place to do a big shop, then top up from your local village shop. !0 km from Beynac et ..."

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                  40 Miles
                  Nearest Airport
                  Bergerac
                  1 Miles
                  Nearest Train
                  Vezac
                  2 Miles
                  Nearest Beach
                  Castelnaud (or Beynac for good swimmers)
                  200 Metres
                  Nearest Barpub
                  Beynac
                  200 Metres
                  Nearest Restaurant
                  Beynac

                  Car: Necessary

                  The location of the house provides an ideal base for exploring the Dordogne with its beautiful views, castles, Bastide villages and relaxed French culture. Beynac village, which featured in the opening scenes of the film ‘Chocolat’, has been voted one of France’s most beautiful villages; it has a variety of restaurants, food and antique shops, galleries, museums and a summer market to explore among its winding cobbled streets. Take a relaxing trip up the river on a gabarre (local boat). For the more adventurous there is ballooning, canoeing, cycling and horse riding. Further afield it is an easy drive to Sarlat, Castelnaud, the Bastide town of Domme, Font de Gaume (book tickets at least 3 months in advance) and Lascaux Caves, Rocamadour, pre historic cave paintings, troglodyte houses at Saint Christophe and Roque Gageac, the beautiful sculptured gardens of Marqueyssac and the vineyards of Bergerac & St. Emilion. In fact there is so much to see and do, you will be contemplating a return trip before you know it.

                  Other Activities: canoeing, horse riding, cycling

                   

                  Owner info

                  Year Purchased: 2005

                  About the owner: We live in England, having returned from working overseas for many years. We love to travel and enjoy having our little projects. The house was not such a small project but we have enjoyed renovating it over the past few years and continue to improve the back garden. We are clearing the deposited soil and debris from the rock face and in the process of creating an second terrace with view of the river. We enjoy the weather, stunning scenery, the history of the area and the relaxed French way of life. It always feels like home!

                  Why the Owner Chose Beynac-et-Cazenac:
                  We fell in love with the region when travelling through France. The scenery is breathtaking and there is so much history. We bought the property as a project to renovate as it is such a unique location with such spectacular views - we would love to retire here or spend at least 6 months a year here in the future. A house needs to be lived in and letting it in the interim is an ideal way of doing this while sharing the lovely location with others.

                  The Unique Benefits at this House:
                  The house is in such a unique location with such breathtaking views - I still have to stop and just gaze at the views 9 years down the line. The location of the house also provides an ideal base for exploring the Dordogne region, with its beautiful views, medieval castles, Bastide (walled) villages, pre-historic history, caves and enjoying the relaxed French culture. Beynac village, which is featured in the opening scenes of the film ‘Chocolat’, has been voted one of France’s most beautiful villages; it has a variety of restaurants, food and antique shops, galleries, museums and a summer market to explore among its winding cobbled streets. All within easy walking distance. For exercise, why not walk up to the medieval castle on the cliff top above our house following the villages' cobbled streets from our house. Or maybe you would rather take a more relaxing trip up the river on a gabarre (local boat) or simply pass the time of day on the terrace at the house. For the more adventurous there is ballooning, canoeing, cycling and horse riding available in the area. Further afield it is an easy drive to Sarlat, the Bastide town of Domme, Font de Gaume and Lascaux Caves, Rocamadour, pre historic cave paintings, troglodyte houses at Saint Christophe and Roque Gageac, the beautiful sculptured gardens of Marqueyssac and the vineyards of Bergerac & St. Emilion. In fact there is so much to see and do, you will be contemplating a return trip before you know it!


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                  Photos

                  • Our House en route to Beynac Castle

                    Our House en route to Beynac Castle

                  • Ensuite Bathroom to Main Bedroom with WC, Bidet, Basin and Bath with Shower.

                    Ensuite Bathroom to Main Bedroom with WC, Bidet, Basin and Bath with Shower.

                  • River Views from the Kitchen Balcony with Views of Beach on the opposite bank.

                    River Views from the Kitchen Balcony with Views of Beach on the opposite bank.

                  • Bedroom 2 with Double Bed with stunning views of Fayrac Castle.

                    Bedroom 2 with Double Bed with stunning views of Fayrac Castle.

                  • Attic Bedroom with 2 Single Beds with Beautiful View Over the River

                    Attic Bedroom with 2 Single Beds with Beautiful View Over the River

                  • Secluded Garden Terrace, with a large Bar-B-Q, 2 Sunbeds, 2 Tables and 6 Chairs.

                    Secluded Garden Terrace, with a large Bar-B-Q, 2 Sunbeds, 2 Tables and 6 Chairs.

                  • New Upper Terrace with Stunning Views of the Valley

                    New Upper Terrace with Stunning Views of the Valley

                  • Our House (circled) Directly below Beynac Castle - Taken from the Beach

                    Our House (circled) Directly below Beynac Castle - Taken from the Beach

                  • Path en Route to the Castle

                    Path en Route to the Castle

                  • Canoeing on the Dordogne

                    Canoeing on the Dordogne

                  • The Oldest Building in nearby Sarlat

                    The Oldest Building in nearby Sarlat

                  • Main Bedroom (15 sq.m) with beams, exposed stone wall and ensuite bathroom.

                    Main Bedroom (15 sq.m) with beams, exposed stone wall and ensuite bathroom.

                  • Spacious Lounge (with views of the Dordogne) leading to the Kitchen/Diner.

                    Spacious Lounge (with views of the Dordogne) leading to the Kitchen/Diner.

                  • Fully Equipped Kitchen/Diner (19 sq.m) with river views from the balcony.

                    Fully Equipped Kitchen/Diner (19 sq.m) with river views from the balcony.

                  • View of the Quay from the Kitchen Balcony

                    View of the Quay from the Kitchen Balcony

                  • Fayrac Castle from Bedroom 2

                    Fayrac Castle from Bedroom 2

                  • Bathroom 2 with Walk-in Shower, Basin and WC. Door leading to Utility Room.

                    Bathroom 2 with Walk-in Shower, Basin and WC. Door leading to Utility Room.

                  • Spectacular Views of Beynac Castle from the Terrace.

                    Spectacular Views of Beynac Castle from the Terrace.

                  • View of the Village Showing our Road from the Quay

                    View of the Village Showing our Road from the Quay

                  • Hotel du Chateau in Beynac Main Street

                    Hotel du Chateau in Beynac Main Street

                  • Marquayssac Topiary Gardens with wonderful views of the whole valley

                    Marquayssac Topiary Gardens with wonderful views of the whole valley

                  • Sarlat la Caneda in Bloom - 6 miles from Beynac

                    Sarlat la Caneda in Bloom - 6 miles from Beynac

                  • Sarlat la Caneda - medieval town - worth a days visit

                    Sarlat la Caneda - medieval town - worth a days visit

                  VRBO #332178

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