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Property no. 207422

Holiday home for max. 3 persons
St. Aubin de Nabirat, Aquitaine, (Dordogne), France

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The holiday house is situated in St. Aubin de Nabirat. The place is shown on the map. The exact position of the holiday house is not shown for discretion reasons. You will receive though the exact address with your travel documents.
This 1-bedroom cottage in Saint-Aubin-de-Nabirat is a great accommodation for a family or group holiday. The cottage offers a shared swimming pool for relaxation.

During your stay here, you can plan an excursion to the towns of Domme, Caltelneud, Gourdon, and Beynac. The river Dordogne rests just 5 km away. Restaurants are within walking distance, just 100 m away. The nearest supermarket can be found at 1 km.

Central heating has been done here. There is a shared garden ideal for recreation. For some cozy times with family, you can head to the private terrace. A barbecue is available for those who love grilled meals. The cottage has a living area where you will find a double sofa bed, DVD, and satellite TV. There is an open-plan kitchen where you can cook together. A pet can be kept after paying a small rental.

Moissac Airport is a 2-hour drive away.

Roque Gageac
This very attractive and picturesque little village lies near the slow flowing river Dordogne and is built against a limestone rock face covered with oak trees. Its rustic houses form a surprisingly beautiful whole. La Roque-gageac is the most visited touristic attraction in France after Mont-saint-Michel and Racamadour.

In Castlenaud there¹s a castle - 12th through 15th century-that was the rival of the Beynac fortress during the 100-year war. This castle is extremely beautifully situated, providing a rare and beautiful view of the Dordogne, the little river the Céou, tabacco fields and poplars. In short you can see all of Périgord in one view. The ruins are being restored and and are open to visitors.

The cozy medieval, bastide little town Domme (1281) lies high above the Dordogne on top of a rock plateau. Almost all houses in Domme have recently been restored. Domme has already received first price at the annual contest for the title of 'most beautiful flower village in France'. The narrow, curvy streets, chunks of the city wall and the centuries-old houses with their cozy patios are exceptionally well-suited for flower planting.

This town is very picturesque due to its fairy-tale, medieval houses built from red brick. The old houses used to be inhabited by nobility and have one or more little towers, of which the tip is covered by tatching or slate. Lush grape vines grow up against the walls of the houses that so resemble little castles.

This town is unimaginably beautiful, high above the deep and savage ravine of the Alzou, built in and on top of the rocks. It is one of the best located villages in France, which says a lot since France has many of those. Rocamadour is a celebrated place of pilgrimage with many sights worth visiting, such as: Porte du Figuier (13th century), where the cozy main street, Rue Roland du Figuier, cutting through the sheer rock face in different places, starts. From this street there¹s a nice view of the crooked, topsy-turvey and 'hanging' houses; every square metre was used in building these characteristic, little houses. Apart from this climbing the 216 steps of the Grand Escalier is more than worth your while. This 'stairway' leads you passed many interesting monuments to the Cité Religieuse.

Les Eyzies
This little village lies protected within the peaceful valley of the Vézère where the most interesting caverns of Europe can be found. These caves used to be inhabited many thousands of years ago as the exceptionally well-preserved wall paintings and innumerable objects, found in these caves, show.

Sarlat is the undisputed tourist attraction of the Périgord Noir. Sarlat has a cozy and sublime, restored town centre that offers a dozen sights and few attractive and very lively market places. The ochre colored houses and the stair-case streets of the old centre occasionally drop to the background in favor of spacious squares on which border beguiling houses. Here the outdoor cafés, and colorful boutiques don¹t cry out for attention, but add a recreational accent to this architectural diamond of the Dordogne. Some sights are: Place de la Liberté, Place André Malraux, Maison de la Boétie, Cathédrale St. Sacerdos, Cour des Fontaines etc.

Montignac lies at the bank of the river Vézère and is well-known for the caverns of Lascaux, one of the most spectacular caverns in the world. The cavern was discovered in 1940 by school boys. Hundreds of paintings and drawings were discovered in the cavern that consisted of four galleries. The wall paintings were severely damaged by their being exposed to the open air. Because of this the caverns was closed off in 1963. In 1974 at approximately 200 metres of the real caverns a very precise copy of the 'Grotte de Lascaux' was opened.

The cozy bastide town of Monpazier (1284) is one of the best-preserved bastides in the Périgord. This town is a perfect rectangle of 220 by 400 metres.The main street lies horizontally and the parallell side streets are bisected by four other side streets. Originally all houses were built the same size and only a narrow space was left between them to prevent fire from spreading too fast. The town centre consists of a cozy square with covered market places and a church. The little town is surrounded by a wall, a fortified town gate and towers for defence.

Please note that most countries and/or areas have COVID-19 measures in place. We advise you to take this into account when booking your holiday home since a change in restrictions may not be a valid reason to cancel the booking free of charge.
* Unless otherwise indicated, this property is not equipped for the disabled.

General terms and conditions of provider

Cancellation ist possible according to the general terms and conditions of the provider Belvilla AG .


This is what customers wrote about the holiday house 

  • A guest wrote
    on 08/09/2020 in German, travel period: July 2018

    “Ein Urlaub wie aus dem Bilderbuch! Es war unsere Hochzeitsreise und wir hätten keinen besseren Ort finden können. Die Eglise ist einfach zauberhaft! Toll gelegen und gut ausgestattet, so dass es uns an nichts gefehlt hat. Die Vermieter Trudy und Hans - Betreiber des benachbarten Campingplatzes - sind liebevoll-treusorgende Menschen. Trudy kocht vorzüglich, so dass wir uns gern auch einmal verwöhnen ließen. Der Campingplatz stellte eine Bereicherung für unseren Aufenthalt dar! Abendliche Treffs in Hansens Bar waren jedes Mal ein vergnüglich-amüsanter Abschluss der täglichen Erlebnisse. Hans versteht es, ein heimisches Gefühl zu vermitteln. Toll, mit Menschen anderer Nationen so angenehm ins Gespräch zu kommen.

    Die Umgebung ist phantastisch. Wir waren mit dem Auto, Fahrrad oder zu Fuß unterwegs. Der Aufenthalt war unser erster im Périgord. Wir werden sehr gern immer wieder kommen! Die Region steckt voller Sehenswürdigkeiten, die zu entdecken ein Urlaub allein nicht ausreicht. Allerherzlichst Dank und bis bald!

    Carsten & Sylvie”

    Source: Belvilla AG
  • 5.0 out of 5
    A guest wrote
    on 08/09/2019 in Dutch

    “Alle nodige comfort aanwezig - gezellige en mooie gite - netjes opgeruimd en gepoetst
    Zeer vriendelijk onthaal”

  • A guest wrote
    on 02/09/2019 in Dutch, travel period: August 2019

    “Zeer fijn huisje, rustig gelegen. De naastgelegen camping is van dezelfde eigenaars, we konden dus ook volop genieten van hun terras en zwembad!

    Een aanrader voor wie het niet erg vindt de auto te nemen om dingen te bezoeken en daarna te genieten van het zwembad.

    Eigenaars staan steeds klaar om te helpen, joviaal maar totaal niet opdringerig.”

    Source: Belvilla AG
  • A guest wrote
    on 21/08/2019 in Dutch, travel period: July 2019

    “Mooie Gite midden een bosrijke streek. We waren bang voor het lawaai daar het huisje (een kerkje uit de 10e eeuw) onderdeel uitmaakt van een "motocamping": niets was minder waar, het was daar echt een "stilte-gebied". Daar is ook geen doorgaand verkeer.

    Fris huisje bij het warme weder, de zwemkom van de camping is perfect in orde. Je kan aan de bar ook elke avond een menu eten en s'morgens een ontbijt.

    Wij houden van uitstappen en binnen de 25 km heb je wellicht 10 dorpen dat in de Michelin 1, 2, of 3 sterren kreeg. We zaten een 10 km van Domme en van de rivier de Dordogne. De gite en de streek zijn een absolute aanrader!

    een goei reis gewenst,


    Source: Belvilla AG
  • A guest wrote
    on 02/06/2019 in Dutch, travel period: May 2019

    “Omgeving zeer boeiend veel gezien in de week dat we er waren

    Zeer mooi en gezellige huisje

    De eigenaars zijn zeer behulpzaam”

    Source: Belvilla AG