Dordogne holiday cottage “La Petite Maison” sleeps up to five. Lovingly renovated, it offers a gorgeous mixture of exposed stone, original beams and modern open-plan living, with double-aspect glass doors for maximum light. Converted from a stone barn attached to the cottage next door, it was built around 1880 and retains many of the original features. Plus the clean, modern facilities and good insulation you would want to find today.
In the heat of the Dordogne summer, your holiday cottage provides cool relief due to the two-foot-thick solid-stone walls. And in winter, the large fireplace with log burner keeps everything cosy.
A Lovely Dordogne Holiday Cottage
Inside, you have open-plan living with a kitchen, dining and sitting areas and the staircase to the attic rooms. Modern conveniences in the kitchen include a gas cooker, microwave, Tassimo coffee maker, large fridge freezer and washing machine. The dining area has a family table, and the lounge has UK satellite TV and DVD player, just in case. Also on the ground floor is a lovely double bedroom and ensuite bathroom. Despite the thick walls, the cottage has great WiFi throughout.
Up the stairs from the living area, in the converted attic, you have a double bedroom with a modern ensuite bathroom. This room is large enough for an additional bed for children, if required.
Outside, you have a breakfast terrace and private garden, with shady eating spot and views. The path leads to the 100-metre-long shared garden and the swimming pool. The play barn is near the swimming pool.
A security gate between the garden and the pool means little ones can’t go swimming unaccompanied.
- Low (1st February until 22nd May & 11th September until 19th December ) – £575
- Mid (23rd May until 10th July & 29th August until 11th September) – £700
- High (10th July until 28th August) – £1050
- Christmas and New Year (20th December until 4th January) – £700
Our prices are shown per week but during low and mid season and also at Christmas and New Year we can offer a minimum of four-night stays pro-rata.