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Recent Aquitaine reviews

  • L'endroit idéal pour une grande réunion de famille

    "Très grande maison avec beaucoup de caractère tant par ses murs que par l'aménagement intérieur. On s'y sent tout de suite à l'aise. Le jardin est magnifique avec une superbe vue sur la vallée de la Dordogne. La maison se prête parfaitement à un grande réunion de famille avec tout ce qu'il faut qu'on s'y sente bien quelque soit son âge et ses aspiration : une dizaine de vélo, un très grande piscine, pleins de bouquins, une table de ping pong, tout ce qu'il faut en matériel de cuisine pour les amateurs de bonne chère... La description faite dans l'annonce est parfaitement conforme à la réalité et Jean Luc qui gère la propriété s'est rendu parfaitement disponible pour répondre à mes questions et nous donner pleins de bons conseils sur la région."
    Guest: Marc L. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 17, 2016
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  • One of our top five vacations!

    "If you're thinking about a French vacation that's a little different from the norm, visit the incredible Dordogne region. Do yourself a favor and make a point of staying in one of the charming villages that dot this countryside. We stayed in Beynac et Cazenac in one of the cutest cottages in the entire village; Le Petite Maison! For the right people, you will also have one of your best vacations ever. Firstly, you need a car. There is too much to see and do in this region and public transport will not serve you adequately. Beynac and most of the other hillside towns are pretty steep to get around. So you need to be reasonably agile. I'm not overly fit, so there was a bit off huffing and puffing on my part. The house itself is so charming and very well equipped. There are two pretty steep and narrow staircases leading to the bedrooms. One up and one down. I would not recommend for families with small children. There is, however, a gate in front of the staircase that leads down. We stayed in the downstairs bedroom because it was lovely and cool. Also nice and dark for those afternoon naps. August was pretty hot and very busy. Didn't really detract from our experience, but when we return, it will be in May/June. Vincent does a marvelous job of managing his properties. He cares a great deal about their upkeep and about his clientele. He is always very quick to respond and has a wealth of knowledge about the area. He also has a larger place, also in Beynac, further up the hill. Martine is the housekeeper. She does not speak English and our French is not the best but we had a great time trying to chat with one another. It's surprising what you can actually communicate when you make an effort. She is such a happy lady! We also met Sarissa, who checked us in. Her English/French is brilliant, although she is actually Dutch. In a nutshell, go to the Dordogne, stay in Beynac, get in touch with Vincent. You'll have the best time!"
    Guest: Peta V. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 26, 2016
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