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Christine Villa de Fey
Route de Peyreprat


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In Dordogne, you can now rent a comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation with inclusive breakfast. This charming place is situated within a beautifully landscaped 1.5-hectare park, boasting a serene garden and a refreshing swimming pool for your enjoyment.


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  • Jardins de Sardy: Located around 12 kilometers from Route de Peyreprat, Jardins de Sardy is a beautiful garden estate set in a 17th-century château. The gardens offer a peaceful retreat with various themed areas, including a rose garden, a water garden, and a Japanese-inspired garden. Visitors can enjoy leisurely walks, admire the intricate landscaping, and relax in the tranquil surroundings.
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