|Spend your holiday in the beautiful Dordogne region, one of the few places in France, which has so much to offer the visitor. A warm welcome awaits you in our home, which is situated in the picturesque countryside, between Sarlat and Gourdon.|
Les Quatre Pins has a sunny aspect and is set in a large secluded garden and provides a quiet retreat after a day enjoying the beauty of the region. To the side of the house there is a private sun terrace with table and chairs and swimming pool with sun loungers, cushions and parasols.
Accommodation consists of two comfortably furnished ground floor bedrooms each with external private entrance. Both bedrooms are separate from the owners accommodation
For guests use there is a fridge to store food and drinks, we also provide plastic plates, glasses and cutlery to enable guests to prepare and have light meals on the sun terrace. Wi-Fi access available.
Les Quatre Pins is situated within walking distance of Grolejac, the village offers a tennis court, lake with beach, canoeing on the Dordogne, walking on marked-out footpaths, cycle hire is available, horse riding and a nine hole golf course are nearby. Grolejac has two restaurants in which to enjoy delicious food and wines of the region, there is also a Pizzeria, Bar and Brasserie. Many more Restaurants are within a short car journey.
Les Quatre Pins is ideally placed for visiting medieval Sarlat, with its excellent market, art galleries, exhibitions and street entertainment of all kinds. Within a short driving distance from Les Quatre Pins, the Dordogne valley village of La Roque-Gageac, with its honey-coloured houses huddled against the cliff and its pretty river frontage, the village is one of the most striking villages along the Dordogne. Further along the valley, visit the castle of Castelnaud, which houses the medieval war museum. Also along the valley, Beynac, which is built in stages above the water’s edge, cliff topped by an impressive Fort. Nearby Domme is a captivating bastide town, with its old white stone houses with their brown tile roofs and flowery balconies, standing on a towering hill overlooking the peaceful meandering river Dordogne. Visit the spectacular medieval village of Rocamadour, dramatically sited on a steep rock face in the gorge of the Alzou, experience the magic of the village and its breathtaking position. Alternatively you can travel through beautiful countryside and visit some of the most important prehistoric sites in France, the famous cave paintings of Lascaux or visit the prehistoric musuem at Les Eyzies and the spectacular caves in the surrounding area, Font-de-Gaume, Les Combarelles and the Grand Roc.