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The Australian owners of this house in the beautiful Dordogne village of La Chapelle Faucher are only able to get
here in the northern winter. So they're happy for others to enjoy it for the rest of the year.


There are 2 double bedrooms and 1 twin room for kids

Parking is at the front door

Download Plan of House and Plan Drawing of the Village


For bookings and enquiries phone Bruce or Jillian

+61 (0)3 9023 2368

+61 (0)420 207 425




The village of La Chapelle Faucher is in the valley of the Cole river 25km north of Périgueux, the capital of the Département of the Dordogne.

The northern Dordogne is a rural area with undulating farmland, forests and limestone cliffs, stone houses, castles, picturesque villages and towns, Roman ruins, dolmens and even cro-magnon cave paintings.

The climate is coastal, the summers warm, the winters cool with snow maybe once or twice a year. Tourists flock to the area in the warmer months, visiting the medieval monastery town of Brantome and the village of St Jean de Cole, walkers and cyclists take to the randonnée tracks, canoes are on the rivers.

You can enjoy the delights of rural France - specialities of the region are truffles, foie gras, ducks and geese and walnuts - but in France you are never too far from a city. Périgueux is 20 minutes away, in less than an hour you can be in the bigger cities of Limoges or Angouleme and the regional capital Bordeaux is two hours away. All of them are worth a visit.