To discover

The treasures of the Dordogne

Welcome to our guest house located in the magnificent Dordogne region. We are happy to share our passion for this region with our travelers and give them the best tourist advice. The medieval town of Sarlat, the Dordogne valley, the castles and caves of Lascaux are just some of the exceptional sites that you can discover during your stay. If you intend to stay longer, be sure to visit the Gouffre de Padirac and the village of Rocamadour, two must-sees in the region.

The Dordogne Valley

The Dordogne is a region rich in history and culture, and our guest house is the ideal place to discover all that this region has to offer. Our establishment is located near the Dordogne Valley, a region rich in magnificent landscapes, pretty villages, and incredible castles. Your hosts are experts in the area and are always ready to offer tourist advice to help you plan your stay. Whether you want to explore the picturesque villages of the region, admire the historic architecture or taste the delicious local cuisine, Virginie and Alain are on hand to guide you.

The medieval town of Sarlat

The town of Sarlat, located near our guest house, is one of the most beautiful medieval towns in France. The town is famous for its historic golden stone buildings, narrow streets and numerous cafes and restaurants. We recommend that you visit the local market, which takes place every Saturday, to discover the culinary specialties of the region.

The Castles of the Dordogne

The Dordogne region is famous for its exceptional castles, and our guest house is ideally located to explore some of the best. Some must-see castles include Chateau de Beynac, Chateau de Castelnaud and Chateau de Milandes, where you can learn about the region's fascinating history.

The Lascaux Caves and the Vézère Valley

The Vézère Valley is famous for its prehistoric caves, notably the famous Grottes de Lascaux. We recommend visiting the caves to see the fascinating prehistoric paintings, which date back over 17,000 years. You can also visit the National Museum of Prehistory located in the village of Les Eyzies to learn more about the prehistory of the region. The village of Les Eyzies is considered the world capital of prehistory.

For further

If you intend to stay longer in the region, be sure to visit the Gouffre de Padirac and Rocamadour, two must-see sites in the region. The Gouffre de Padirac is an impressive cave, with an underground lake and spectacular rock formations. Rocamadour is a medieval village built into the side of a cliff, with narrow streets, stone houses and historic churches. Both of these sites are about an hour's drive from our guest house and are definitely worth a visit for a longer stay in the area.