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Robert Henderson
La Calprade
St Cirq Madelon


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price from €1285


05 65 37 42 54


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This expansive property boasts a spacious entrance hall with a convenient downstairs cloakroom. The house features a generously sized dining room, complete with double patio doors that open up to the outdoor terrace and pool. Adjacent to the dining area is a galley kitchen and a separate store-room/laundry room. The comfortable living room is equipped with a wood burning stove and offers access to the side terrace through patio doors. Guests can enjoy satellite TV with a selection of French and English channels, as well as a DVD player. Additionally, on the ground floor, there is a double bedroom with patio doors that provide a lovely view of the side terrace and garden. Moving to the first floor, you will find three additional bedrooms. One of these bedrooms features a double bed, an en-suite shower room, and a separate cloakroom. Another bedroom offers a double bed, while the fourth bedroom is furnished with three single beds, making it perfect for children. Adjacent to these bedrooms, there is a shower room and toilet.


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The house is located in a secluded and rural area, nestled within more than 2 hectares of land and surrounded by woodland. Despite its seclusion, it offers breathtaking views of the hills of Domme. Additionally, it is conveniently situated near Grolejac lake and can be reached within a 10-minute drive from The Dordogne river. The house is also in close proximity to the medieval towns of Sarlat, Domme, and Gourdon, making it easily accessible. Moreover, it provides a convenient base for exploring the nearby attractions of Rocamadour and Cahors.



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  • Rocamadour: Located just 12 kilometers away from La Calprade, Rocamadour is a stunning medieval village that is built into the side of a cliff. It is known for its religious significance and is home to the famous Black Madonna statue. Visitors can explore the narrow streets, visit the seven chapels, and enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Grottes de Lacave: Situated around 20 kilometers from La Calprade, the Grottes de Lacave are a network of caves that offer a mesmerizing underground experience. Visitors can take guided tours through the illuminated chambers, marvel at the impressive stalactite and stalagmite formations, and even enjoy a boat ride on an underground river.
  • Château de Beynac: Located approximately 30 kilometers away, the Château de Beynac is a well-preserved medieval fortress perched on a cliff overlooking the Dordogne River. It offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and houses a museum showcasing the history of the region. Visitors can explore the castle's interior, walk along its ramparts, and step back in time to medieval France.
  • Château de Castelnaud: Situated about 32 kilometers from La Calprade, the Château de Castelnaud is another impressive medieval castle overlooking the Dordogne River. It is renowned for its collection of medieval weaponry and offers interactive displays, including archery demonstrations and a trebuchet firing. The castle's strategic position and breathtaking views make it a must-visit for history enthusiasts.
  • Padirac Cave: Located around 46 kilometers away, the Padirac Cave is one of the most popular natural attractions in the region. Visitors can descend into the depths of the cave through a large sinkhole and explore its stunning galleries, underground river, and magnificent formations. The highlight of the visit is a boat trip on the subterranean river, providing a unique and unforgettable experience.
  • Cahors: Situated approximately 28 kilometers from La Calprade, Cahors is a charming town known for its medieval architecture and picturesque setting along the Lot River. It is famous for its well-preserved Pont Valentré, a fortified bridge dating back to the 14th century. Visitors can also explore the historic old town, visit the impressive Cahors Cathedral, and enjoy the local cuisine and wines. These attractions near La Calprade offer a mix of natural beauty, historical significance, and cultural experiences, making the region an ideal destination for tourists seeking to explore the rich heritage of southwest France.

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