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Nestled in the very heart of the Dordogne River Valley, Le Sud is our top recommendation for visitors wanting high quality, self-catered, accommodations at very affordable prices.

Le Sud is a 19th century farmhouse which is centrally located to some of France’s most beautiful medieval villages and extraordinary attractions. Situated just above the Dordogne River, this wonderful property’s beautifully maintained gardens, meadows and comfortable accommodations make it the ideal base-camp for any recreational adventures into our region.

For international travelers from Canada and US we recommend, if possible, avoiding both the crowds and higher prices associated with the peak season:  14 July through 31 August. All stays at Le Sud are Saturday to Saturday and off-peak (31 March – 1 June & 29 September – 2 November 2012) weekly rates start at only: 460 Euros. Hey, for two couples sharing a cottage that’s as little as 17€ per person, per night … C’est Incroyable!

Arranged around a central courtyard this tranquil compound has a total of four rental units plus the owner’s residence. Le Jasmin, Le Romarin, and La Petite Grange each have two bedrooms (1 dbl / 1 twin bedded) and La Lavande has 3 bedrooms (2 dbl’s / 1 twin bedded).

Each ‘cottage’ has been sympathetically restored to a high standard with many exposed beams and original stone walls that provide holiday accommodations with comfort, charm and character.

Adjacent to Le Sud’s central courtyard are also the communal barbeque complex, beautiful salt water swimming pool and a pétanque (french bowling) pitch!

2012 Reservations, ‘year-round’ rates and availability:

Jack Tobin USA 760.268.9601 E-mail: jack@KayakDordogne.com

Colette & Harvey Jacobsen FRANCE 33 (0) 565 38 64 90 harvjac@orange.fr

Please book early space is extremely limited,

à bientôt! Jack
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(Our next blog post: dimanche 29 janvier 2012)

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January 23, 2012 - Posted by Jack Tobin