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Andre Veyssiere
33 Chemin De La Hondeyre


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Situated in a charming rural village, our accommodation is conveniently nestled away from the bustling main street, providing a tranquil setting just 300 meters from the picturesque Dordogne river. Embrace the serene countryside as you indulge in the delights of our pond and pool. Our establishment boasts a romantically adorned room, complete with a luxurious canopy bed, a delightful terrace, and a bright and airy space offering captivating views of our expansive property and the inviting swimming pool park. Modernity and comfort are assured in both of our well-appointed rooms, featuring amenities such as Wifi, a private bathroom, a refrigerator, and a television.

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