Villa, 3 soveværelser, 2. 5 badeværelser, (6 sovepladser)
- Engelsk, Fransk, Hollandsk
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Janice is an amazing host! This is our second visit to this property. Lovely town and gorgeous home!
Just fabulous !
I do rent gîtes all over France, but this house is really home from home and designed for all your confort . The owner Janice is really welcoming and nothing is a Problem. The village Issigeac is gorgeous and worse to stay a fews days .
So nice to meet you and your aunt, Florence. We look forward to your return soon. I'm so glad you found Issigeac well-worth your stay! It's such a medieval gem.
This house is an absolute gem!
We spent 7 wonderful days in this house located in a quiet street in the center of Issigeac. The house is decorated with great taste and care. From linens to dishware and furniture everything is of really good quality.The kitchen is fully equipped (I was able to cook a large Turkey!). The two bathrooms are lovely and functional. The beds are very comfortable. We were there in the winter and the house was cozy and well heated. The owners are amazing and go far beyond the average market standard. They are warm, engaging and generous people. It's a happy place we would love to come back to at any time.
Perfect Authentic French Experience and So Luxurious!
Where to start? We knew nothing about the Dordogne region but saw the photos of Janice's place, did some research on the area, and included it in our trip. We've had two weeks in France, starting with the French Riveria, then to Provence, and next the Dordogne, to Janice's adorable home in Issigeac. First, Janice. All her responses during the booking process were prompt and helpful. When we arrived, we were fortunate that she was there to greet us and get us settled and to our good fortune, we saw her again during our stay. The house is even better than the photos. It's not just charming, it's amazingly gorgeous, authentically French, cozy, and truly luxurious. No detail has been overlooked as Janice's main objective is assuring the comfort and satisfaction of her guests, and it shows. Along these lines, the house is well stocked, with everything you will need for a comfortable stay. There are spices and other staples as well as a supply of coffee and a lovely bottle of wine from the immediate region. The beds are super comfortable with top-end linens and the bedrooms and bathrooms, like the rest of the house, are gorgeous. The water from the tap is delicious, there is great water pressure for showers, and the hot water works terrifically. We also appreciated the washer and dryer! As for the location, Issigeac is a storybook village of breathtaking nature and Janice's house is right in the center of it. The medieval architecture and warren of alley ways and lanes that make up the town are stunning. We loved having three patisseries, restaurants, a wine shop and other shops, and a pub within steps. Issigeac was also a great base for exploring the Dordogne. Each day we set off in a different direction. We saw countless castles and chateaus, villages, towns, and wineries. Grapevines are everywhere and every road is a picturesque country road with so much to discover. This part of France may well be the most beautiful in the country and not surprisingly lays claim to the majority of "The Most Beautiful Villages" in France. We visited several while staying at Janice's home and like Issigeac, they are mouth-dropping stunning. Thank you Jance for a terrific and unforgettable experience!
Best holiday home ever! Perfect restoration of villa and spacious!
Issigeac is a charming little village. We felt like we stepped back in time and far from the cares of the world. The owners of this villa obviously put their heart into its restoration. BTW the bakery about 20 paces from the villa - toward the bank is fabulous! The cosy villa is super quiet and Issigeac offers a great home base for visiting châteaus and medieval villages throughout the area. We stayed 10 days and ran out of time to see all of the region's historical delights!
Utterly Charming! Perfectly Comfortable! Lovely Village! Most Gracious Hosts! THE BEST!
We could go on and on to praise this property, the location, the townspeople, and the owner Janice. We highly recommend staying in this beautifully-appointed stone villa in the fairy-tale village of Issigeac. We are a middle-aged married couple who has been to France 7 times and the experience here was fantastic. The people in this community were the most friendly in all of our experiences (and all of our experiences have been wonderful.) And like our other experiences in different parts of France, we marvel at how there are no bugs. You can keep windows open without worry about mosquitos.
The house covers all the basics and then some, such as great water pressure and plenty of hot water, super comfortable beds, high quality linens, fully fitted kitchen. Even the washer and dryer, tucked in a nook out of sight, are two separate appliances and they work perfectly. Also, the thick stone walls keep a very comfortable temperature even during the hot summer.
The town is small enough to be able to walk everywhere easily, but large enough to have all you need in the way of restaurants, shops, parking, bakery, etc. We found the local restaurants to be DIVINE, but not expensive as in some other parts of France. But if it is Michelin-starred gastronomy you hanker for, you can find this 15 minutes away.
Issigeac is strategically located to easily drive from Bordeaux airport (Driving in South Western France is about as easy as it gets.) with many charming towns to visit and sites to see in a short drive away.
Janice was so gracious, friendly, kind, and helpful before and during our stay. The house has loads of reference and travel books, all you could ever need, and she provides a written guide advising about the house, the area, and which village markets occur on what days, etc. The best market was definitely right in Issigeac on Sunday.
Tip: If you like sweet desert wine...partake of some Monbazillac with your cheese (MUST get the Brillat-Savarin at the market) and baguette...then visit the Monbazillac chateau 15 minutes away for a great view over the vineyards. Paris, the French Alps, Provence, and the Loire Valley are certainly wonderful destinations to see, but the Dordogne is our most favorite part of France--it's truly a place to enjoy life.
Der er et FANTASTISK og populært søndagsmarked lige uden for døren. Der er en populær "boules 'Court (også kaldet" petanque "eller" petanque «), som er vært for mange kampe og spontane udfordringer hver uge og weekend. En gammel fransk tradition i landsbyen. Der er festivaler og sommermarkeder mange nætter om ugen fra juni til august.