(FBFV3) Beau Foret Villa 3. Family friendly holiday villas near Sarlat, Dordogne
- Local Area
- Shared 13 x 6m heated pool
- Set in private valley
- Near the Dordogne river
- Sauna, jacuzzi
- Covered dining area
- Private charcoal BBQ
- Table tennis, pool table
- Trampoline, swings
- Free Wi-Fi
- Satellite TV
- Babysitter service
- Laundry service
- Tennis 2km
- Horse riding 2km
- Restaurant 2km
- Bars, shops nearby
A quiet oasis for adults and a children’s paradise. The ultimate holiday feeling!
Set on a beautiful estate of 10 hectares located on the border of the Dordogne and Lot regions. Relax and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the surrounding forest where the only noise is that of nature! Beau Foret is the perfect “get away from it all” location.
As you drive into the valley the whole estate appears before you which belongs to the friendly and welcoming owners. At that point, your breath is taken away by the amazing tranquillity and beauty. The renovated villas are slightly elevated with wonderful terraces providing a beautiful view over the valley to the heated swimming pool and orchard with various fruit trees including apples, cherries, nuts, plums, figs and kiwis. Different sitting areas are dotted throughout the grounds – ideal for picnics or a quiet reading spot. The wooded area provides wonderful walks where deer and wild boar are frequent guests. Moreover, Beau Foret is in the middle of the Périgord where culinary epicures and wine lovers are catered for in abundance.
Only 1.6km (1 mile) to the nearest restaurant, many different cafes and restaurants locally.
A babysitter is available should you wish to escape the children for an evening.
The estate consists of five properties in total, two 3 bedrooms and three with 2 bedrooms, all attached to each other and carefully designed to offer maximum privacy. They are tastefully furnished and have characteristic features including old tile floors, beams, a fireplace and cosy details. All bedrooms are equipped with first-class beds and all windows have shutters so that the inside remains cool. At a safe distance from the villas is the wonderful heated swimming pool with a sun terrace, loungers and parasols all with views over the stunning private valley.
There is an abundance of attractions locally in the Dordogne such as the Medieval castles, for example, Castelnaud and Les Milandes, beautiful towns such as Sarlat, La Roque de Gageac and Beynac.
Souillac is about 3 km with a selection of shops and restaurants and hosts a weekly market every Friday.
You can swim and canoe in the Dordogne river which is just 800 meters away and a cycle path of about 30km has been constructed on an old railway along the Dordogne.
The golf course at Souillac Country Club, about 10 km
Sleeps 4, 2 bedrooms. 100M²
Comfortable open plan living area with vaulted beamed ceiling, sofas, dining table, feature fireplace with wood burner. TV with Canal digital satellite reception (a choice of 600 channels including French and English) and CD-Player. From the living room, there is a wooden ladder to a mezzanine open area, a possible playroom for children.
The kitchen has all of the usual facilities including an electric oven with 4 gas rings, a refrigerator with a freezer compartment, microwave, coffeemaker, kettle and dishwasher.
Two bedrooms made up of high-quality single beds for your comfort, providing flexibility as double or twin rooms.
Modern bathroom with bath and wc.
Dedicated terrace with garden furniture and charcoal BBQ providing complete privacy and views to the forest.
The heated 13m x 6m swimming pool with roman steps is surrounded by a large sun terrace with sun loungers and parasols and spectacular views over the valley. The pool is secured by an alarm.
Purpose-built sauna and jacuzzi suite with shower and wc. Available for private rental charged at €25 per evening.
Table tennis, trampoline, pool table, swings, large gardens surrounded by private forest.
Large, shared covered dining area with full kitchen facilities.
Free wifi. A DVD player is available.
Babysitting, Laundry service, Cycles can be rented locally and delivered to the villa free of charge.
Tennis, canoeing, river cruises, cycle hire, horse riding, golf, walking, hot air ballooning. Historical medieval towns, villages and castles.
- Brive Souillac Airport 30 minutes drive
- Bergerac 1 hour 30 minutes
- Bordeaux 2 hours 20 minutes
- Toulouse 1 hour 40 minutes
Approximate driving distances from north French ferry ports:
Calais 560 miles
Caen 400 miles
Beau Foret villas exterior
|Dates||Price for 7 nights from|
|4 persons||Shortbreaks from|
|01 Oct 2021 - 31 Oct 2021||€1,050.00||€450.00|
Beau Foret is an estate of 10 hectares, located approximately 3 km from the centre of Souillac.
The informal atmosphere and finesse with which the houses are decorated, make it a delightful vacation spot. In the large garden, there is a swimming pool with sun loungers and parasols. Near the pool is a relaxing area with a sauna and jacuzzi. Enjoy romantic as the evening the torches lit and enjoy the warm water under the stars.
There is plenty of room and children are more than welcome. It will not surprise you that we regularly surprise our guests with a cool glass of wine or ice cream or a joint invitation to the meal.
The surroundings invite you to make beautiful walks. You can also horseback riding, golf, tennis and of course canoeing, swimming or fishing in the river Dordogne which is only 800 meters away. Or do you prefer shopping or a pleasant terrace in special towns like Sarlat, Rocamadour, Beynac and Domme. Moreover, in the vicinity a large climbing and climbing wood with lifts of up to 20 meters high, fun for young and old. There is also a water park in Souillac with many attractions. New: 38 beautiful routes in the Lot & Dordogne In the Lot and Dordogne keeps people increasingly take into account the wishes of the tourists for safe cycling. Recently, the old railway between Souillac and Sarlat asphalted and in use as car-free cycling mostly along the Dordogne River. Excellent new bikes (both city and mountain bikes) hire in Souillac and we will bring you with bicycles and all to the appropriate course if the distance is too far to cycle to go. You can also rent a scooter.
The general Area
The Dordogne is located on the western foothills of the Massif Central. The area extends from the Limousin in the north, a sparsely populated, poor region, the sunny valleys of Aquitaine in the west and the fertile valley of the Garonne in the south. The area consists of the Dordogne and Lot, on the French Revolution called Périgord and Quercy. These names are still used as a local name and you could say that the Perigord and Quercy along with the Dordogne form.
The area consists mainly of a limestone plateau that here and there reaches a thickness of several hundred meters. In many cracks, cracks and crevices can quickly drain the water. By contraction and movement of the earth beneath the limestone crust natural caves occur, causing the water flowing in the course of time impressive stalactites were formed. Thanks to the many rivers that between high cliffs cut through the area, such as the Dordogne, Lot and Cele, Isle and Vezere valleys are created with very fertile silt.
The most important economic activities and there are fields of corn, tobacco, sunflowers, strawberries and asparagus, but also brickyards and the breeding of cattle, ducks and geese. Most towns and cities are located in the valleys. The hills are covered with forests full of game. Hunting is therefore the national sport number one.
In the Périgord Noir, the eastern part around the city Sartat, it is mainly the dense, dark oak forests that the image and set the atmosphere. In the Perigord vert, the northern part around Brantome and Nontron, the lower hills, the slopes friendlier and less dense forests, which somewhat transparent landscape. Between these two areas is the Perigord Blanc, the region around Périgueux, where the soil by the calcareous substrates is slightly turned white. The Purple Perigord, a region in the west of the Dordogne around Bergerac, is so named because of the many vineyards. At the beginning of the fourth glaciation, 30,000 years BC-attracted many tribes from the east and north of Europe to the valley of the Vezere, where a considerably milder climate prevailed. The area was also ideal because of the many caves and caverns that an ideal shelter from the cold and potential enemies, while in the fertile, narrow valleys rich in wildlife lived so easy to catch that there was time lap to the weapons and improve rock drawings (Lascaux).
The Dordogne was also the scene of the Hundred Years War between England and France (1337-1453). There were many strategically located castles, fortified churches and villages built to protect the area. Many of these buildings are well preserved by the ideal climate: hot and dry in summer, mild in winter.