Romantic room in a traditional stone house, fenced garden, trees, flowers, swimming pool and parking! Breakfasts possible, not compulsory charged at 5 € per person (served in room, on the terrace or by the pool! House located equidistant from Périgueux, Bergerac and Sarlat, quiet, in the countryside! Ste Alvère is known for its truffle market on Monday, from December to March! Near Lascaux, the valley of the man and many classified villages!
“Great stay even if very short (one night)! We would have stayed a few more days! Jean-Paul and his wife are warm hosts and full of good advice! As for the room, it is pretty, very practical and the overall setting is beautiful! What more ? It will be one of our obligatory drop-off points when we come back to the Dordogne!”
Eco-responsible house, quiet in the countryside, with panoramic views of the valley, 1 minute from all shops and ideally located for wandering throughout the Périgord. I can guide your walks with advice. On the facebook page "the hillside with orchids" you will find photos of the flora, fauna, the vegetable patch ... Organic BREAKFAST: 4 euros per person (coffee / tea / chocolate / milk, fruit juice, yogurt, bread, brioche, cereals, jams, honey, fruit); specify before if interested.
“Very good communication, Pascal is accommodating and super nice! An impeccable house, superbly decorated with an intimate bedroom, all comfort and cocoon, we loved it! The icing on the cake: a super full breakfast with homemade jams ... we will definitely be back!”
Rent an authentic yurt, made by our greatest care, in the heart of a protected area! It is a stay combining ecology and voluntary simplicity that we offer, a sort of retreat in nature, protected by a cocoon of wool, wood and canvas. With two ponds, in the heart of the Bessède forest, a yurt of 35 m² awaits you to enjoy at leisure the calm and serenity of the place ...
“Calm, serenity, a place out of sight, on a sunny plateau .. Sunsets and magic sunrises, to the sound of frogs, cuckoos and owls. Go barefoot in the grass, watch the moon through the roof of the yurt, in short, a moment of relaxation.”