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Beautiful converted barn near Sarlat, heated pool

Alojamiento entero. Anfitrión: Elizabeth
9 huéspedes4 dormitorios7 camas4,5 baños
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La Grange at Le Clos du Comte is a beautifully converted stone barn, originally dating from 1848, and located in Mas de Cause, a hamlet about 2 km above the village of Daglan. It is within 25 km of the medieval town of Sarlat and all the major sights of the Dordogne, including the Vallée des Cinq Chateaux. At the end of a busy day, you can return to relax on the estate, which comprises 18 hectares (approximately 45 acres) of unspoiled, utterly tranquil forest and pasture.

El espacio
La Grange comprises a large living room, a big fully-fitted kitchen with dining area, 4 bedrooms, 3 en suite bathrooms, a separate shower room and a separate toilet. There is one bedroom with a king size bed and one bedroom with a standard bed plus a the possibility of an additional single bed; each of these has an en suite bathroom (shower, basin and toilet). The third bedroom has two single beds and an en suite bathroom; the fourth bedroom has two single beds and use of a separate fourth shower and toilet.

At the front, the barn looks out over a fragrant courtyard, filled with roses, lavender and jasmine. At the back there is a lovely terrace with a big sunblind when needed, with a view over a field and coppice towards a walnut grove.

There is a 12m x 5m heated pool for summer, and underfloor heating in winter.

The home still has much of the character of the original barn. The door to the living area is in the huge archway built to take a horse and cart. There are two very attractive double stone lintels in the kitchen and one in a bedroom; these were, apparently, a rather ostentatious sign of the farm’s wealth at the time when the barn was built. The aim of the conversion was to keep these features while providing all the modern conveniences that you expect. Guest comfort is one of our priorities, from the deep leather sofas in the living room down to the fluffy Egyptian cotton towels.

The estate of Le Clos du Comte is truly idyllic. It sits on 18 hectares (approximately 45 acres) of unspoiled, utterly tranquil forest and pasture. Almost the only sounds you’ll hear are birdsong, or the chirping of the crickets on a summer’s day. Almost the only light you’ll see at night will come from the moon or the stars. It’s a nature lover and stargazer’s paradise.

The property teems with wildlife year-round. In September and October, during and after rutting season, the red deer stags converge behind our house to battle it out and, when the fighting is over, to graze. Roe deer can be seen any time – and frequently make a nuisance of themselves in the garden! The wild boar are most visible on winter evenings, when they’ll emerge from the forest to eat any walnuts left over in the groves. Spring and summer are the time for birds. Every year, a pair of kestrels return to nest in a niche next to our bedroom window, and the courtyard has been selected as home by black redstarts, swifts, blue tits and sparrows. In summer, the hawks soar on the thermals, and we see or hear blackbirds, robins, cuckoos, hoopoes, owls, woodpeckers, finches, nuthatches, wrens …… I could go on. In spring and autumn, we’re right under the migration route of the cranes. And there are butterflies everywhere.
La Grange at Le Clos du Comte is a beautifully converted stone barn, originally dating from 1848, and located in Mas de Cause, a hamlet about 2 km above the village of Daglan. It is within 25 km of the medieval town of Sarlat and all the major sights of the Dordogne, including the Vallée des Cinq Chateaux. At the end of a busy day, you can return to relax on the estate, which comprises 18 hectares (approximately 45… más información

Distribución de las camas

Dormitorio 1
1 cama de matrimonio grande
Dormitorio 2
1 cama de matrimonio, 1 cama individual
Dormitorio 3
2 camas individuales
Dormitorio 4
2 camas individuales

Servicios

Wifi
Cocina
Aparcamiento gratuito en las instalaciones
Piscina
Lavadora
TV
Plancha
Elementos básicos
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Daglan, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, Francia

The local region is known for its wealth of history. Within 25 km, there are the chateaux of Castelnaud, with its military museum, Beynac, La Roque Gageac, Milandes (once home to the American-born dancer and singer Josephine Baker), and Marqueyssac , with its hanging gardens of topiary. The village of Domme has wonderful views over the river Dordogne. The medieval town of Sarlat-la-Caneda has been beautifully restored, and much of it is pedestrian only. A bit further afield, there are the caves at Lascaux, and the town of Rocamadour, which clings to the cliffs overhanging the Dordogne.

Activities are too numerous to mention. You can start by exploring in the privacy of the estate. There are a couple of walking paths, but there’s nothing to stop you from wandering across the fields or into the forests. Locally, Daglan is a very pretty village, with a general store, three restaurants, a bakery, and a variety of artisanal shops and activities. The village is becoming quite the artistic colony, with the recent addition of a sculptor. The church is worth a visit, and there is a market on Sunday mornings.

If you’re feeling energetic, you can swim in the warm pool, or in our local river, the Céou, play tennis in the village, canoe, go horse riding or fishing, or play golf on one of several local courses. Hot air ballooning is a popular local activity, and we frequently see balloons floating over on calm evenings.
The local region is known for its wealth of history. Within 25 km, there are the chateaux of Castelnaud, with its military museum, Beynac, La Roque Gageac, Milandes (once home to the American-born dancer and s…

Anfitrión: Elizabeth

Se registró en enero de 2019
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Our own home is on the estate. We are discreet, and do our best to be invisible, but we're also available to answer any questions, solve any problems, make restaurant reservations, provide advice on walking and cycling routes, canoeing, ballooning - in short, anything you might need.
Our own home is on the estate. We are discreet, and do our best to be invisible, but we're also available to answer any questions, solve any problems, make restaurant reservations…
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Salida: 10:00
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