WINE TASTING HOLIDAY – Stay at Sérénité Price From £599-£1,599 Per WeekVisited 20 times , 1 Visits today
Well equipped fully fitted kitchen.
TV, DVD Player, Video Player, DVDs, Videos, Books, Pool-Snooker Table & Wireless Broadband.
Cycling, Wine Tasting, Photography
Children Welcome,No Smoking
Nearest Airport :
Bergerac Dordogne Périgord 37.8kms
Nearest Theme :
Nearest Shops :
Villefranche De Lonchat 3.5kms
Nearest Bar/Restaurant :
Villefranche De Lonchat 3.5kms
Sérénité Price From £599-£1,599 Per Week
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Sérénité by name, peaceful in its setting
Sleeps 8, 4 bedrooms. Price From £599-£1,599 Per Week
An impressive, mature weeping willow is the focal point of the garden, which then extends to an overgrown oak coppice and natural grassy meadow with small, natural pool, surrounded by trees. Wildlife abounds – from nuthatches, pine martens, coypu, heron, buzzards and deer.
- Lounge – attractive, spacious room with 3, deluxe 4 seater sofas, armchair and log-burning fireplace.
- Well equipped fully fitted kitchen.
- Separate dining room to seat 8 people.
- Main double bedroom boasts an impressive, huge ensuite bathroom with unusual circular mosaic tiled walk-in shower and bidet.
- Two twin bedrooms share an additional large bathroom with tiled walk-in shower and bidet.
- Further double bedroom and fully tiled ensuite bathroom with bath and shower cubicle.
- Room with pool/snooker table provides opportunities for hours of fun and family tournaments.
- Extensive private garden and woodlands to explore.
- PRIVATE pool with Roman steps for easy access, surrounded by secure patio area.
- Off-road parking.
About the region
West of Perigord Noir lies Périgord Pourpre, the area round Bergerac; this is a low lying area, the limits of the coastal plain, a region most famous for its wines and vineyards. As for the north of the department, this is known as Périgord Vert, Green Perigord, a greener and more undulating region of small villages and farms, streams and rivers.
It is essentially Périgord Pourpre and Périgord Vert that make up the “Dordogneshire” that has attracted such a lot of British expats. Small towns such as Ribérac, Mussidan and Eymet have an olde-worlde charm to them that is in marked contrast to the hustle and bustle of urban life in England or for that matter in big towns and cities anywhere. Yet the small towns of the Dordogne are in this respect much like many other small towns in rural France; in actual fact, the Dordogne is just a typical rural French department. It just happens to have been singled out for special attention by the British.
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The wine and cuisine of Perigord
The two great stars of Périgord cuisine are foie gras and truffles (truffes). Foie gras is either eaten on its own in succulent slabs, or combined with truffles to accompany a huge variety of dishes from scrambled eggs to stuffed carp. In fact, you can be sure that this is what you’re getting with any dish that has sauce Périgueux or à la périgourdine as part of its name. Truffles also come à la cendre, wrapped in bacon and cooked in hot ashes.
The other mainstay of Périgord cuisine is the grey Toulousegoose, whose fat is used in the cooking of everything, most commonly perhaps in the standard potato dish, pommes sarladaises. The goose fattens well: gavé or crammed with corn, it goes from six to ten kilos in weight in three weeks, with its liver alone weighing nearly a kilo. Though some may find the process off-putting, small local producers are very careful not to harm their birds, if for no other reason than that this will ruin the liver. When the liver has been used for foie gras, the meat is cooked and preserved in its own thick yellow grease as confits d’oie, which you can either eat on its own or use in the preparation of other dishes, like cassoulet. Duck is used in the same way, both for foie gras and confits. Magret de canard, or duck breast fillet, is one of the favourite ways of eating duck and appears on practically every restaurant menu.
The fact that the wines of Saint-Émilion are respected all over the planet is in due in no small part to the great job done by the Jurade, whose actions have had a major impact in France and abroad.
As early as 1884, local producers established the first syndicat viticole (winegrowers association) in France. This was just one of many steps taken in Saint-Émilion over the years to enhance the production, promotion, and sale of the town’s world-class wines.
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Every effort has been made to provide you with everything you might need, making planning your holiday easier and ensuring your stay is as comfortable and relaxing as possible. The price includes electric fans, hairdryers, iron, books, videos/DVDs, BBQ and sun-loungers.
All prices include complimentary grocery and wine pack, high quality bedding & towels, Wi-Fi.
Arrival time: From 4pm.
Departure time: By 10am.
Pets are accepted.
The nearest local shops, restaurants and bars are in Villefranche De Lonchat (2 miles, 3.5km) just a few minutes away by car.
We would ask you to look after all our properties as though they are your own, but, we know accidents can happen. If you do happen to break or damage something, then please notify us and replace it before you leave where possible.
We request a returnable Damage/tidy deposit of £100 with the final balance to cover unfortunate circumstances.
We would also expect the house to be left reasonably clean and tidy.
Properties, cars, services and offers are subject to availability and some (but not many) conditions. We endeavour to provide a first-class service for a great price and include as much as is reasonably possible within the price. lease check availability of the car prior to your stay.
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Visit the vineyards of the region and see how the magical names of Margaux, Saint-Emilion, Sauternes, Pessac-Léognan, Montbazillac are grown. This makes this region the perfect destination for wine connoisseurs. A host of authentic experiences are on offer and there are so many ways to sample what the region has on offer.
Organic vineyards produce award winning wines under the appellations of AOC Bordeaux/ Bordeaux Superior and AOC Sainte-Foy Bordeaux. Come and find out more about grape growing and winemaking on our tours. Our tours will provide an understanding of what it is about the Bordeaux climate and “terroir” that help to make great wines, and also includes a tour of the vines, winery and a commented tasting of 4 of our wines. For more details, prices, or to make a booking please contact Themed Holiday Ideas.
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