Nestled in the heart of the Dordogne, Le Noyer is the perfect location for exploring this region which is famous for its cuisine. In close proximity to tourist sites such as Rocamadour, La Roque Gageac, Domme, Sarlat and Les Eyzies, there is plenty to see and do. For golfers, Souillac Country Club is a stone's throw away, for those interested in water sports, canoeing and paddle boarding are widely available along the Dordogne. This region is well known for its incredible show caves - the best of these include Gouffre de Padirac which is visited by boat and Font de Gaume which features the only polychromatic cave paintings still open to the public. There are plenty of chateaux and gardens to visit in this area. Jardins D'Eyrinac and Jardins de Marquessac are two of our favourites. You can also visit Les Milandes, the chateau formerly owned by Josephine Baker where all of her costumes are on display. Castlenaud is another excellent chateau to visit. Children will love the falconry displays at Les Milandes and at Rocher des Aigles in Rocamadour as well as the Foret de Singes, a reserve for barbary macaques. There is also a water park, Quercyland in Souillac - 11km from the house.
The house is located above the village with fantastic views over the countryside. It is very well equipped with everything you'll need for your holiday. There are two sun terraces, garden furniture, sun shades and a barbeque. The sitting room has a wood burning stove for cooler evenings.
Children's outdoor toys
The house has two bedrooms, one with a double bed and the second with three singles making it ideal for families. There are two bathrooms.
Towels and sheets supplied and included in the price.