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No all one gender parties without prior approval. Pets (up to 3)are accepted by prior agreement and subject to extra charges which will be provided on request. No guests other...
Smoking not allowed
5:00 PM check-in
10:00 AM check-out
1 Full bath
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$389 / stay
About the neighborhood
Canoeing in the Dordogne With the Dordogne River at the heart of the region, a number of canoe operators provide all equipment and will drop you off upstream so you can enjoy a leisurely canoe down river through villages and beautiful countryside.
Château de Beynac The Dordogne boasts as many as 100 châteaux and Beynac is one of the best preserved castles in the region. This 12th century fortress is open for visits and gives a remarkable insight into what it must have been like in The Hundred Years War. The Château de Beynac was captured, for a time, by the English King Richard the Lionheart. When sightseeing, visitors can take a tour inside the remarkably well preserved interior of the chateax and explore the dungeons, great hall and loo
A car is needed to ensure that you can see all the sites & attractions the area offers
How to get there
Airport: Brive: 31.1 mi
Railway: Gourdon: 7.5 mi
Ferry: Calais: 518.8 mi
You can fly into Brive 9 50 km) Bergerac or Limoges or Toulouse. Car hire is readily available at all the airports. There are train stations in Gourdon (10km) Souilliac, Sarlat or Brive. & of course you can get here by driving from the channel ports.