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Timber Framed Countryside Home with Private Pool & Large Terrace - La Repaire de la Reynerie

 La Repaire de la Reynerie
  • ID: 127
  • Gite
  • Nightly £ 220 - £ 349
  • Weekly £ 1,540 - £ 2,443
  • Bedroom(s) 4
  • Sleeps 14
  • Bathroom(s) 2
Average guests rating:      0 / 5 ( 0 Reviews )
Highlights: Private Pool, Terrace, Spa Bath, English TV, Countryside, Vineyards and Wines, Canoeing, Historic and Pre-Historic Sites, Castles, Gardens, Vineyards and Wines, Canoeing, Sleeps 2-14


This unusual house is in rural location with fantastic views. Large terrace and grounds and private swimming pool. Spa bath. WiFi. Ideal for exploring The Dordogne. Sleeps 2-14.


La Repaire de la Reynerie is a large old stone and timber framed detached house approached by a private drive with large terraces overlooking the pool and grounds.

Located in the countryside not too far from the village of Saint Pierre de Cole and a short drive to Brantome. The North of the Dordogne offers many interesting places to visit and some pretty villages.

Entering the house from the main door there is a hallway leading left into the open plan living area with modern fitted kitchen, oven, integrated hob, dishwasher, microwave and large American fridge, plus all the usual equipment, coffee machine, toaster, pots and pans etc.

The living space has a comfortable sofa in front of the open fireplace and large oak dining table. There is a flat screen television with UK and French channels via satellite. The room is light and airy with patio doors out to the rear area which has ample dining tables and chairs for making the most of those hot summer days.

Back along the hall is the main bathroom with double wash hand basins, Italian jet shower and spa bath.

There is a separate ground floor WC, large fitted cupboards and the utility room with washing machine at the other end of the hall.

Patio doors lead from here out to the side of the house and entrance driveway.

There is a further large bedroom on the ground floor with a double and single bed.

Turning right from the entrance door a staircase leads up to the first floor where there is a second separate WC and the first floor shower room.

The study currently has two children's bunk beds (suitable for ages up to 4 or 5 years).

The two upstairs bedrooms have a double and single bed plus a cot (other cots are also available) and patio doors leading onto the rear terrace.

The private pool is 10m x 5m with steps, poolside shower and terrace.

Gravel area with outside dining
Rear tiled terrace with dining


Address: Saint Pierre de Cole, France
Post Code (Zip):
Latitude / Longitude: 45.370486 / 0.7912139999999681
Market St Jean de Cole 5 km
Restaurant St Jean de Cole 5 km

Area description

Brantome is an idyllic village located to the north of Perigueux on the banks of the River Dronne.

The town is known locally as the Venice of Perigord. Wooded cliffs loom up behind the beautiful Benedictine abbey and the river Dronne runs around the village in front of a Benedictine Abbey. There is a small weir and a lovely and unusual right-angled stone bridge to add to the beauty of the scene.

Parks and gardens surround much of Brantome, where the traditional Perigord houses are built of the local stone with tiled roofs. Added to this there is a fabulous troglodyte cave with scenes of the Last Judgement carved in the stone and nearby is the Dolmen of Pierre Levée.

The Abbey in Brantome has its origins in the 8th century. A Benedictine abbey, it was founded by Charlemagne who allegedly donated the relics of Saint Sicarius, one of the children massacred by Herod.

The original abbey was destroyed by Vikings and then rebuilt in the tenth century and again in the twelfth and fifteenth centuries. It was then radically restored in 1850 by the architect Paul Abadie, a student of Viollet-le-Duc, so the abbey buildings we see today span a period of almost 800 years.

Canoeing through Brantome gives you a different perspective on the town and is always a popular way to enjoy the setting and the surrounding countryside.

One of the popular attractions near to Brantome is the Grotte de Villars, one of the most impressive cave systems in the Perigord region and the only to have both prehistoric paintings and rock formations. The castle and village at Bourdeilles are on the Dronne River only seven kilometres south of Brantome and on the River Cole to the north you should certainly visit the picturesque village at Saint Jean de Cole.

The Dordogne
Lascaux caves: The prehistoric paintings at Lascaux are probably the most renowned cave paintings in the world. The cave paintings you can now visit are a copy of the prehistoric paintings contained in the original Lascaux caves, 200 metres away, because human breath was damaging the originals. The replica paintings have been made using the same materials and techniques as were used for the original paintings, 19,000 years ago.The Lascaux cave paintings are mostly pictures of large animals, including the 'auroch' - a now extinct early relative of the ox (it is thought that the Auroch was worshiped as a sacred beast in prehistoric times). Truly a remarkable experience, and you quickly forget that you are looking at modern day replicas.

Sarlat: Sarlat is a beautiful medieval town a few kilometres north of the River Dordogne. The old town, dating from both medieval and renaissance times is a pleasure to visit, especially during the spring and autumn, or early in the morning. If you can catch the early morning sunshine on the yellow sandstone buildings, so much the better.
Wander through the back streets around the cathedral to get a feel for how the town must have been 500 years ago.

Les Eyzies: Les Eyzies is at the centre of a very beautiful area, in the Vezere Valley, with numerous cliff and rock formations, surrounded by rivers, hills and tranquil countryside. At the centre of prehistoric life in Europe, there are several interesting cave systems and prehistoric relics to visit around Les Eyzies.
Les Eyzies is also home to the National Prehistory Museum which houses one of the world’s most complete collections of prehistoric artefacts. Just a couple of hundred metres from the National Prehistory museum is Abri Pataud, a cro-magnon shelter dating back almost 40,000 years. The cave-lined Vézère valley has been classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO

Chateaux: In the Dordogne region there are reputed to be 1001 chateaux. Many of the most magnificent are open to the public. Start perhaps with the Chateau de Commarque, Chateau de Castelnaud, or (my personal favourite) Chateau de Beynac, set high above the Dordogne river and the attractive village of Beynac.
Each has its own impressive tale to tell of centuries of conflict, often between the French and the English during the Hundred Years War, and each has its own magnificent views over the surrounding countryside.

Most beautiful villages: There are several villages in the Dordogne region that have received the prestigious ‘Most Beautiful Villages of France’ award. These include Monpazier, a perfectly preserved medieval bastide town to the south of the region; La Roque-Gageac, a picture postcard village spread out along the Dordogne river, with troglodyte dwellings and a tropical garden spreading up the cliff behind; and Beynac, mentioned above for its castle but equally attractive as a village in its own right
Several other villages in the immediate vicinity also have the award.
The Dordogne region provides a glimpse into a world virtually unchanged as the centuries have unfolded, and a visit is always an unforgettable experience.

Accommodation, Facilities and Services

Property type: Gite

Board: Self Catering

Bedroom(s): 4 ( 14 Sleeps )
  • Cot: 2
  • Double Bed and Single Bed: 4
Bathroom(s): 2
  • Baths: 1
  • Separate Toilet: 2
  • Showers: 2
  • Wash basins: 2


  • Long term rentals: No
  • Pets: Some pets, please enquire
  • Smoke: No smoking
  • Children: Yes, great for kids
  • Wheelchair: No
  • Eldery or infirm: Yes

Holiday type

  • Couples
  • Family
  • Group
  • Romantic
  • Rural


  • Countryside
  • Garden

General facilities

  • Electricity
  • Fireplace
  • Garden
  • High Speed Internet (10 Mbps+)
  • Internet
  • Parking
  • Table Tennis
  • Terrace
  • Water Supply
  • WiFi

Indoor facilities

  • Coffee Maker
  • Cot
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • Fridge
  • Hob
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Satellite TV
  • Television
  • Toaster
  • Washing Machine

Outdoor facilities

  • Barbecue
  • Garden Furniture


  • Linen Provided
  • Towels Provided


Car is essential
  • Private Car Park


Local activities:

  • Canoeing
  • Cycling
  • Swimming
  • Walking
  • Wine Tasting


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Rate summary £ 220 - £ 349 £ 1,540 - £ 2,443 - 2 Nights -
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Check in: 16:00, Check out: 10:00

Included in rental
Linen, bedding and towels. Please bring own pool/beach towels.
Local tourist tax.

Air conditioning/heating - charged extra at cost by meter reading

Refundable Security / Damage deposit - 300 Euros
Short stays (6 nights or less) Supplement - 120 Euros

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