... these two lovely houses are perched above the Dordogne with spectacular views of La Roque Gageac and across the valley to Domme

Our two lovely houses in La Malartrie have breathtaking views of the river, the famous village of La Roque Gageac and the Dordogne valley. The houses have both recently been renovated. They are adjoining but were originally built 200 years apart in the beautiful honey coloured stone of the area. They have completely separate entrances about 30 metres apart. Each has stone steps leading up to their own private terrace with spectacular views along the river and across the valley to the bastide town of Domme on the skyline.

La Malartrie is a superb location for a holiday in the Dordogne. Within strolling distance of La Roque Gageac - designated 'one of the prettiest villages in France' - it's set in the heart of the most celebrated part of South West France. There are five castles are within a mile or two of the house. The famous medieval town of Sarlat is only 5 miles away and the beautiful bastide town of Domme is three miles away. With Castlenaud at just over one mile and Beynac around two, you won't find a better base from which to explore the area. The village itself has a  boulangerie, gift and wine shops, and lovely terrace cafes and restaurants. With the river only a short stroll away there's no shortage of places to swim. Canoe hire and boat trips are available from the village. With a wealth of wonderful walks and cycle routes to choose from you only have to step outside the door to start enjoying the glories of the Dordogne. 


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La Malartrie No 1   sleeps 6
 Le Mirador  sleeps 4
                               
 
 
In the heart of the most celebrated part of the Dordogne -

  • Within strolling distance of the restaurants, cafes and boulangerie in La Roque Gageac.
  • Terraces with spectacular views.
  • Swimming from beaches 100 m away on the river
  • Castelnaud 1 mile, Beynac 2 miles, Domme 3 miles,
  • Sarlat 5 miles    
  •  The terrace of La Malartrie No1  (above)

    The roof terrace of Le Mirador (below) 

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