In the heart of "Perigord Pourpre", this 19th century country house can welcome you all year long. Located between St Emilion and Monbazillac, in a wooded private domain, you will discover a quiet preserved surrounding and a great variety of landscapes and cultural attractions.
This country cottage located in Montcaret received 3 keys from the departemental organisation of tourism, and in April 2016, french label "Vignobles et découvertes".
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On the ground floor
In the garden
2500 square meter garden and unoccupied outbuilding are surrounding the country cottage.
You can find two terraces (north and south) with garden lounge, deckchairs, barbecue, one table to play ping-pong and games for children. A shed for cars or camping-car.
You can go for a walk, observe wildlife and flora of the region.
Discover unusual activities near Aeylis
Sail on the Dordogne in « gabare » (local barge), learn french by playing golf at international golf of Vigiers, fly over the Dordogne’s valley and its castles by air
balloon, learn œnology Saint-Emilion or Bordeaux, surf on the “Mascaret” (tidal bore at Bergerac,)…
Aeylis is open all year long. It has been recently renovated in the purpose of offering its guests privacy and quietness. You can stay for one week (from 280 euros) or more if affinity. When respectful of the environment, dogs are welcomed.
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A proud town over-looking the Dordogne river, still marked with the memories of the Gabarres used for transporting commerce goods years ago, and Cyrano... Who never set foot (or nose) in the area ! Bergerac, and its surroundings, filled with vines, chateaux and bastides : welcome to Bergerac, and it unique, diversified way of life.
Let’s talk Wine ! Here, a vast palette of wines with 5 colours, 13 AOC, 12000 hectares : more than enough to keep you busy. Monbazillac, Pécharmant, Saussignac, heavy reds, fruity rosés, sweet whites… With each mouthful, an explosion of taste and aromas that can only be created by the dedicated winegrowers of the region. Go for a walk through their vines, visit their cellars and some even offer a little bite to eat, whilst tasting their own production.
Oh, and there’s enough to do on the heritage side of things too. Bastides, Medieval towns and villages, châteaux, churches, cloisters and caves. Where to start ? And it’s the perfect occasion to learn little anecdotes and answer questions such as... What does New York, and the medieval villages around here have in common ? Why exactly are the churches here fortified ? How is paper made ? And how much time does it take for a stalagmite take to form ?