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Volets Bleus (Ref. 0041) - Gite rental Daglan

For 5 persons - 400 € to 850 € / week
Experience the french village life in this charming cottage near Domme! Ideal for 1, 2 couples or a small family - lot of charm and abundance of serenity!
The front of the houseThe terracethe flowered yard is the ideal place to relaxthe cosy living roomThe well fitted kitchenthe master bedroomthe master bedroomthe bedroom with one single bed The twin bedroomThe bathroomthe bath
This picturesque village house is set at the end of a dead-end-lane in the medieval village of Daglan, 10 km from Domme. The house has been tastefully renovated to provide comfortable accommodation for up to 5 guests. Daglan itself is very pretty, with narrow cobbled streets and honey coloured stone houses and shops. It enjoys excellent restaurants, bar, boulangerie, and it's own colourful Sunday market, all set at a very convenient walking distance from the house.Just think: you can lie in bed and send the kids to get the croissants in the mornings!
Layout of the house :
Entrance door opens to the light and spacious living room with stone walls, exposed beams, old stone sink, quality furniture. There is a large collection of videos in English (TV is only for videos) Internet connection (WiFi)
Adjacent is a delightful, large and fully equipped kitchen with terracotta floors and its big farmhouse pine dining table.
French doors lead on to a secluded patio garden complete with garden furniture for those delicious Perigordian al fresco meals, of course!
Large wooden stairs lead to the first floor where there is a double bedroom with an extra large double bed (160cm), a twin bedroom, and a single bedroom, all with wooden flooring and decorated in light colours.
There is also a bathroom with a bath and shower over and a WC on this level.
The golden sandstone walls are 600mm (nearly two feet) thick and this helps keep the house cool in summer. During winter, the house is very cosy thanks to a full oil fired central heating.


Quiet and beautiful
The house was lovely. Daglan is a quiet village, without tourists, yet bedecked in rose bushes and gorgeous stone buildings. Head over to Castelnaud and beyond, but come back to the serenity of Daglan. 5 stars
maison acceuillante dans petit village
la maison est bien placée et agréable
lieu à retenir
Perfect hideaway from everyday life!
Deceptively large 3 bedroom house located in a beautiful village. A peaceful location with only the church bells and birdsong to keep you company. Ideally located for visiting all the main attractions in the area and walks in the local area. The local facilities, a bakery, supermarket, 2 restaurants and a café were surprisingly good for such a small village . The house itself is spacious and comfortable and was very well equipped (but some of the cooking pots and pans and glassware could do with sorting). Although most of the days during our stay in October were sunny and warm, the house itself gets very little heat from the sun and stayed cool and in hindsight we should have opted for heating for the evenings. Overall a highly recommended place to avoid the pressures of everyday living.
Country convenience!
Daglan is an idyllic small village with nice amenities (great boulangerie, three good restaurants, a tennis court and cute local market on Sundays. Not full of tourists, with easy access to all the Dordogne sites. House is well appointed with all one needs, has a small garden which we enjoyed in the evenings. Has full kitchen and dishwasher, a washer, no dryer. Three bedrooms upstairs. No TV, just CD and VCR capability. Need to have a car. Toutes les Saisons was wonderful to deal with, very responsive and helpful. We stayed a month, and would highly recommend the home. We enjoyed chateaux and garden visits, prehistoric sites, grottes, the Gouffre de Padirac, Vin de Domme winery, Gabarre trip on Dordogne, canoe trip, visit to goose farm, lots of Foie Gras, good wine and much more!
Volet Bleus is lovely. It is spacious, equipped with everything you could need and has a charming little garden. We really couldn't fault the accommodation .. it exceeded our expectations. Daglan is a beautiful quiet village within easy reach of more touristy attractions. Well it's quiet until the August fete weekend, which was in the middle of our stay. The village transformed from a peaceful idyll into a slightly crazy noisy place, with street stalls, funfairs and live bands. We quite enjoyed the liveliness for a couple of nights, but by the 3rd and final night we were dreaming of quiet again.
After a week in Daglan we are back home.
we want to thank you and Melanie for the good service.
It was a wonderfull week in a very nice house.
Thank the owners form us.
Arnoud VDZ.
We arrived in Daglan around 4pm and rang the number we were given to take collection of the keys and make an inspection of the property. Within 10 minutes a very nice Lady arrived and took us to the property and showed us around. The cottage is bright and clean and is well supplied with crockery and every type of cooking utensil you can imagine. There is a small courtyard out the back with a table and chairs and plenty of room for a bbq. The lounge is bright and open and quite spacious with a TV for watching videos and DVDs. The kitchen is fairly large and as previously stated well supplied with utensils. Upstairs is bright modern bathroom with a decent shower over the bath and plenty of hot water on demand. (Watch your head on the beams in the bathroom). The master bedroom is large and the bed comfortable, the other two rooms being of a reasobale size but we didn't bother with those as there was only the two of us. As you can see from the pictures the cottage is very nice, secreted down a cul-de-sac a short walk from the centre of the village and yet is near enough to the bar (1), Tea room (1) very nice and a very good Restaurant (1), excellent butcher, baker and small supermarket. There is also a weekly market on a Sunday in the village square which is small but excellent.
Daglan is a stunning village and is very well maintained and is situated in the midst of some of the most beautiful countryside I have seen and is surrounded by many other small towns and villages which are well worth a visit.
Graham Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
Date of Stay: June 2011