|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
The Gite can sleep 2 in the double bedroom, but can stretch to 4 using the double daybed downstairs.
1 bathroom including shower, loo / toilet and sink.
Recently refurbished kitchen, including fridge, oven & hob, microwave, toaster, coffee machine and beautiful views.
Lovely living room including basic English Satellite TV, video and DVD players, log burner (not needed in summer!), big sofa/daybed and library/DVD collection.
Luxurious White Company bedlinen and John Lewis towels are included in the price.
Les Crozes is in a perfect position just outside the impressive Domme town wall, in the countryside with superb views across the Dordogne region. Its location is ideal with easy walking into Domme with shops, cafes and restuarants, and yet, still peaceful. Equally, the Dordogne river is but 10 mins walk away. The property itself comprises a Cottage and Gite with terraced gardens to the rear including 4 small caves. It comes complete with BBQ s, WiFi, sun loungers and outside dining areas, all set in a superb location.
We live in the UK with our young daughter, son and spaniel, but travel back and forth to Les Crozes frequently. We've both travelled the world but find the romance and breathtaking views in the Dordogne to be the perfect place to unwind.
We are constantly updating the property so its always a very comfortable, relaxing and romantic place to stay, whatever time of year.
Piers Lewis purchased this cottage in 2011
We bought Les Crozes due to its perfect position.
Its right on the outskirts of one of the prettiest villages in France. The main town of Domme has stunning little streets and historic arches, fantastic artisan shops and wonderful restaurants and cafes.
The nice thing about our position is that you can walk in to the village in next to no time and be amongst the hustle and bustle, shops and eateries, or you can just relax in the garden and its really peaceful.
Les Crozes is also positioned perfectly in the 'Dordogne triangle' to make the most of all the local attractions and sights.
It is also the most fantastic wine and food region!
We thoroughly enjoy the ability to explore the Dordogne region from Les Crozes. We can also hire canoes only a 10 min walk away!
Also, with young children - we love walking into Domme with the panoramic views and having a choice of restaurants - child and dog friendly, we can both enjoy some wine and then stroll home, no car required.
Our daughter adores the Domme Le Petite Train as well as the fantastic river beaches at the bottom of the hill.
We love the french markets and brocantes. Everything is so very close and convenient.
And the views, and the light - ever-changing and always breathtaking!
We had a lovely time. Domme is a wonderful place with such breathtaking views from the top. We didn’t stray more than 20kms (except to Monpazier) because there is so much to see and do locally. You are very lucky to have such a gorgeous place in such a wonderful setting. The cottage is very comfortable, well equipped and with such lovely views from the bedroom window. Thank you once again. I think we may return!!
Dave & Pat Swinborne, 28 October 2012
We had a wonderful week in Les Crozes. The cottage was comfortable and well equipped and the surrounding area so beautiful. The Dordogne Valley must be one of the most beautiful in the world. We did the 25km canoe trip, which we loved and had some memorable meals. We could easily have stayed for two weeks or more and will definitely come back one day to see all the things we did not have time for!
Mrs B Richardson 17 Sep 12
Please visit our website for further details, else, booking is conducted via a deposit which secures the booking and the final balance is due 6 weeks prior to arrival. This is all conducted through the forms available on request.
The Les Crozes changeover day is Saturday.
A security deposit of £250 is required 1 week before arrival, returnable on completion of your stay subject to no major damage.
We stayed here for a week in August and whilst the town of Domme was very touristy the gite felt like your own little bit of tranquillity (apart from the car noise, which wasn't too much). I'd say the best bit about the gite has to be its garden; whilst it is a steep climb to the top the views make it worth it! It was lovely sitting on the top level in the evening watching the light change. We also made use of the courtyard right outside the gite and were lucky enough to share this with a lovely couple who were staying in the main house.
The location is good, whilst Domme is touristy it is very pretty with a couple of good restaurants that cater very well for babies. I wouldn't bother with the Thursday market but would instead recommend heading over to Sarlat on a Wednesday as this market was much bigger and had a wider selection of goods, just get there by 08:30 otherwise it will be heaving!
The only negatives about the gite were that the rules and regulations seemed slightly excessive and I felt when we were leaving I had to clean the entire place from top to bottom despite being on holiday (surely a cleaner is included in the price of the stay?). Also the fact that the washing up liquid had clearly been watered down and there was no hand soap. I know these seem like trivial things but when you're paying for a holiday I don't think these are too much to ask for. The shower screen also needs to be seen to as it was constantly coming off its runners.
This maybe a personal preference but in previous places I've stayed in there has always been a small welcome pack, containing the basics such as milk, bread, cheese etc. This was missing here and this was a shame.