Situated 12Km N of Bergerac in a tranquil location on the edge of a typical, pretty Dordogne village, this 19th Century farmhouse has recently undergone a total renovation combining modern facilities with striking original features retaining the charm and rustic character of the old building. There is a good sized private pool close to the house with a overlooking deck allowing convenient supervision. The courtyard is the focus for summer outdoor living and is a totally enclosed spacious area with open outbuildings providing a covered outdoor dining area. A deck leads down from the house and there is plenty of sunny patio space around the pool. The large garden has walnuts, cherries, peaches & plums - help yourself! St Julien is adjacent to Bergerac's quality Pecharment wine region and within an hour of famous Bordeaux vineyards, including St Emilion. There are bikes in the barn and a few shops & restaurants are within cycling distance. There is a very good equine centre nearby, with golf, fishing and canoeing in the local. The house is equipped with good Wi-Fi and satellite TV.
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- Minimum Stay7 - 14 nights
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, sleeps 6
Bill and Anne Oliphant
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- within a few days
- English, French, Italian
- Calendar last updated:
- Jul 16, 2018
Pool / Spa
Sports & Adventure Activities
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Impressive location and house.
Brilliant holiday. The garden area is superb. Shade or sun all day. Locals are nice people and very helpful. We've been staying in houses in Europe for at least 30 years this was one of the best we've had. My only complaint is that we stayed for only 7days.
Lovely traditional house
Lovely house to stay in. Full of character and comfortable and peaceful with excellent swimming pool and loads of space in the garden to relax and eat al fresco. The kitchen area especially was spacious and very attractive with plenty of equipment for cooking. The surrounding countryside was stunning for walks and the feeling of being completely away from the rat race was wonderful. The owners were extremely helpful and pleasant to communicate with.
Relaxing, full of character house in a quaint little village
Love this house! Superbly situated for Bergerac airport and sorties into beautiful little villages and wine tasting chateaux. Everyone really friendly and helpful and the house itself is a wonderful sun trap - mornings at the front and afternoons by the pool.
I thoroughly recommend a visit!
Lovely spacious house in very quiet village 10 minutes to Bergerac and shops
The house is situated in the most peaceful village you could imagine, the pool is great and the house has plenty of room and is like home from home. Bergerac town is a short drive for any supplies and a walk round the shops. There are numerous canoeing , walking, cycling places locally and the neighbours are also lovely. We would come back again.
And you would be very welcome to come back again. Glad you enjoyed your stay. Best wishes, Bill
We had a very relaxing week so much so we slept through the bells most mornings! The pool is a great size and the house remained beautifully cool on the hot afternoons! Dimitri was good company too! Thank you for sharing!
Thanks for the nice words. Just delighted you enjoyed your stay. Bill
Lovely house, superb location
This is a beautiful location for a holiday, quiet and scenic yet close enough to the town to suit all needs. The children loved the pool, the weather was superb and it was a very relaxing and enjoyable stay.
The house is well equipped with everything you need to make your stay comfortable.
The local area is rich in gastronomic delights: pate, fois-gras, cheese, bread and, of course, wine to name but a few. The delightful market town of Bergerac with the river Dordogne winding lazily through it, is situated about 12km to the south while about 35km north lies the ancient cathedral city of Perigueux. Both are worth exploring, Bergerac market days are Wed and Sat. Local activities include horse riding at an impressive equestrian centre 4km from the house, canoeing on the Dordogne, cycling, fishing and golf. There are numerous leafy walks around the village. Many of the numerous chateaux along the banks of the Dordogne are open to the public as are the huge caves and grottos in the area. St Julien de Crempse (the Crempse being the local river) is clearly signposted 4km west of Campsegret off the main Bergerac-Perigueux road. Keys are held by the friendly and informative Mr Dimitri Buchen who speaks English and lives in the presbytery behind the farmhouse.
Change over day Saturday