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“A Gem in the Dordogne”
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5 reviews
The swimming pool with stunning views
The front view of La Grande Maison
The front garden area
The rear view of the properties
The large kitchen
The large kitchen from the rear door
A Welcome Box with staples, and any additional items on request
Outside eating and BBQ area
Large dining room
Large Living Room
Living Room
Living Room and large jotul woodburner
Living Room with TV/DVD corner
Living Room with original stone walls
Living Room with large doors to the front terrace
The mezzanine floor
The large downstairs bedroom with en-suite shower room and WC
The large downstairs bedroom
The large downstairs bedroom
The new en-suite bathroom off the downstairs bedroom
The new en-suite bathroom off the downstairs bedroom
The large landing
The large landing area
The Highland Cow on the large landing
The king size bed in the large family room
The Bordeaux Room - Child's bed area
The en-suite bathroom off the large family room
Double room with en-suite bathroom
Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom
Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom
Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom
Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom
Twin or Triple bedroom
Twin or Triple bedroom
Twin or Triple bedroom
Twin or Triple bedroom
Double plus single Family Room
Double plus single Family Room
Double plus single Family Room
Shared Shower room
Double (or triple) room with en-suite shower/WC
Double (or triple) room with en-suite shower/WC
Front Door
Front path to front door
The swimming pool area
Rear garden (and table tennis)
Rear garden and giant chess board
Rear garden
Rear garden looking onto La Grande Maison
Rear garden showing badminton and petanque courts
Our fishing lake
Ariel view of the property
Private patio and BBQ area
Farmhouse kitchen
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Overview
Farmhouse -
6 Bedrooms, 6 Bathrooms, Sleeps 16
Razac-d'Eymet, Dordogne, Nouvelle-Aquitaine

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Ron D
Sheffield, United Kingdom
Level 3 Contributor
16 reviews
12 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 8 helpful votes
“A Gem in the Dordogne”
Reviewed 12 August 2016 for a stay in August 2016

22 of us took over all the accommodation at La Petite Auberge.

A warm welcome awaited us from Paul and Lisa who had just taken over the property and they were so helpful throughout our stay. Stunning accommodation which Paul and Lisa intend to upgrade.

The family loved every minute of our time there and look forward to returning some time in the future.

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Would you recommend this hotel to a friend?   Yes.
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Management Response
14 Aug 2016
We loved having you all...the place feels empty without you!
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Claire R
Level 1 Contributor
4 reviews
3 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 3 helpful votes
“Wonderful place to stay!”
Reviewed 29 July 2016 for a stay in July 2016

We have just come back from an absolutely fantastic holiday at La Petite Auberge. You couldn’t ask for more helpful hosts who had the place spotlessly clean for our arrival in spite of only having moved out to France that same day! They were extremely helpful, especially on our last morning when our 3yr old developed an ear infection and we had to find a Doctor immediately (Pharmacy in Eymet also very helpful and arranged an appointment in Sigoules for us when they heard our predicament). La Grande Maison is such an interesting place to stay and very spacious! We made use of the BBQ most nights, lovely to sit out in the shade at the side of the house after a hot day. The first week became very hot and so we spent a lot of time by the pool which was lovely. It became slightly cooler and cloudier for a few days at the start of the second week and so we made the most of it and did some sight-seeing. Highlights (other than the gite!):
Eymet – Lovely little town, nice to sit and have a coffee and watch the world go by. We ate at La Maison D’Amour twice, their savoury pancakes and Plat Du Jour were very good. The night market on a Tuesday is a must visit. Very busy but excellent Moules Frites and wine!
Bergerac – Lovely to wander round the old streets and lots of places to choose from to eat at. We did the riverboat tour which was good.
Chateau Monbazillic – Absolutely stunning building, amazing views over Bergerac and interesting place to visit. They offer wine tasting as part of the price which we didn’t partake in, only because it was 11am and the wine is very sweet, having tasted it the previous year!
Chateau Bridoire – Brilliant place for children (and adults!). The grounds are full of hundreds of games; skittles, croquet, hook a clog, you name it is there. Café was very good for lunch, tasty quiche. “La Vallée Mystérieuse” was new for them this year and is extremely good, the owners have put an incredible amount of effort into creating this treasure trail/puzzle solving labyrinth. Good test for your French skills as the clues and puzzles are in French! This place is made even better when you read the history and realise that the owners are using the funds to gradually restore the chateau and they are the ones selling you the tickets, serving food etc.
Beynac – Incredibly beautiful town on the edge of the Dordogne with a very good riverboat tour. We spent quite a lot of time just wandering in the streets and taking in the views.
Wonderful 2 weeks and we will definitely be returning. Lisa and Paul have some great ideas and we can’t wait to see what happens!

Travelling group: Extended Family
Would you recommend this hotel to a friend?   Yes.
Was this review helpful? Yes
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Management Response
30 Jul 2016
Thank for a lovely review.
We hope you be able to exceed expectations for your next trip x
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