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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 Aquitaine reviews

  • Just Lovely!

    "Issigeac is a magical step back in centuries, and this little villa, tucked down a narrow side street just steps from the village square, is the perfect base from which to explore the bastide-filled countryside. It is medieval out and in, but comfortably updated with modern amenities and quality furnishings. Orientation from the property manager was cheerful and thorough, even though we arrived hours late. Follow up from owner mid-trip continued the attentiveness. We even found firewood on our doorstep when the first cold front of the season breezed in! On the ground level beyond the entry foyer is a good sized Q bedroom and a small TW bedroom (perfect for a child) that share a double sink shower room. Both stay cool during the day. The WC is separately housed. The shower is American-sized with good pressure. Access to the walled patio is through the single bedroom and is outfitted with a gas BBQ and seating. A winding staircase takes you up to the living area. The first floor, with fireplace and comfy sofas, is open to the galley kitchen and dining area, giving a sense of spaciousness. The second large bedroom is up a second flight of stairs in the converted attic (with raised ceiling) and commands a roof top view over the village. There is ample room for the loveseat, tea table, daybed and additional seating. The ensuite bathroom is fitted with a freestanding tub and pedestal sink. Beds were comfortable and linens of a high quality. Because the two bedrooms are separated by the living area, the layout would be perfect for two couples. The stairs are necessarily steep, but well lit (as is the entire villa—a welcome departure from the French norm!) WiFi was stable and international phone service gratis. The legendary Sunday market does not fail to live up to its hype, and there is a day’s worth of strolling around the village that is interesting. The two “fine dining” establishments are just that (do reserve) and the tea room serves much beyond tea! A butcher, 3 bakers, 2 convenience stores and an excellent wine shop are one street removed. Randonee paths vary in length, but most are gentle, and the surrounding area includes as much history and vistas as you chose to include. The Dordogne valley is an easy day trip. Be sure to avail yourself of the copious sightseeing recommendations and area guide books provided by the owner and know that when you return at the end of the day you can count on a quiet, restful evening punctuated only by church bells."
    Guest: Bruce L. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: November 25, 2016
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  • belle maison adaptée pour de grands groupes

    "Cette Maison offres de bonnes prestations, nous y étions à 17 adultes, très confortable. Piscine chauffée et Jaccuzzi sont un plus. Elle est proche de l'Océan en voiture et des pistes cyclables."
    Guest: Yannick D. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 27, 2016
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