This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Beynac-et-Cazenac reviews

  • A wonderful place to stay in the Dordogne

    "Loved our Beynac holiday house. It has a wonderful view over the Dordogne, generous living space and three good bedrooms all in separate parts of the apartment. The kitchen has everything you need, the bathrooms are very good, and there's a huge chest full of games. Beynac is a charming village itself and ideally placed to explore the Dordogne area. We highly recommend it."
    Guest: Rachel H. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 5, 2016
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  • First class holiday home. The owners had supplied so many extras which got us to a good start.

    "We were met by the owner Ofer, who spent time showing us the property and explain how every thing worked, and where we could get our shopping. The property was spotlessly clean and we immediately felt comfortable. The views form the patio were impressive. We will certainly be going back and will tell our family and friends about the property."
    Guest: Alan M. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 14, 2016
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  • Perfect, in every way!

    "There is nothing I can add that has not been already said, except to confirm the truths told below! Mont Joie was absolutely perfect for our family of 4. We enjoyed every patio and terrace, each day! Mornings were spent on the terrace off the master bedroom suite to watch the morning fog lift to reveal the beautiful view. As the sun rose, the teenage daughters enjoyed the sun terrace with commanding views of the river. When it was hot, we enjoyed the covered terrace where we could smell the garlic from a local restaurant. And, the large window by the dining table was often the sight to enjoy the great balloons float across the landscape. There is a wonderful hidden entrance to the house as well that we utilized more frequently than the front door. This one comes up from the bottom of the terraces and brings you up through the house. It was just charming. I imagine you will love, as we did, the caretaker, Martine. She is a bundle of joy and energy! We hoped for daily visits as we equated them to a shot of coffee! Don't despair though, she is not intrusive and we welcomed her visits. She just wants to make sure you have what you need and is happy to guide you to a restaurant or provide other helpful information. The house lacks for nothing... all has been carefully thought through and is awaiting your visit. In fact, the owners are so thoughtful, they arrange for a welcome basket from the local grocer. It has everything you need to begin enjoying the house the moment you arrive! The house was spotless, beds were so comfortable, kitchen was well stocked with very sharp knives (unusual for a rental!), and the bathrooms were decadent. The owners provide very helpful information along the way too... with fantastic communication to assist with planning, and lots of materials at the house to make sure you are able to operate foreign appliances! They are quite different than American brands! We are already considering when our return trip will be and we hope to stay for longer than one week next time!"
    Guest: Jim Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 13, 2016
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  • Superbly furnished property in a fabulous French village

    "We were delighted with our stay at La Petite Maison in Beynac. The owners had anticipated our every need and then some! The kitchen was fully equipped ... even three whisks, a choice of corkscrews and a full range of knives. Books and videos for information and entertainment. Two very spacious bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms. And the village! Everyone was so friendly! We had some really fun pronunciation lessons at dinner one night. The Tourisme Info staff were well informed and helpful. And Martine, our host's representative was charming and fun! Beynac is in the middle of a rich and vibrant area. Recreation, culture, food, outdoors, history! It's all there. Float down the Dordogne River, visit the cave paintings, eat foie gras. Live the good life in Beynac."
    Guest: Michael G. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 2, 2016
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