3 bedrooms (2 en suite, 1 separate bathroom), sleeps 2-10, stunning scenery
Tim & Jenny Warren
- english, french
About Tim & Jenny Warren
We fell in love with France in the early 1990s, when work brought us to live there for a while. After moving back to the UK, we spent lots of holidays in France with our children ... and then in 2000 we found La Roche, and fell in love with that, too.
What makes this Farmhouse unique
You can sit in the garden and see nothing but the open fields and trees that surround the house; it's the most peaceful and relaxing place we know. And it might sound odd, but one of the things we absolutely love about La Roche is sitting safe and dry under the porch on a warm summer's evening and watching the rain! We know from guests' comments that we're not alone in this....
Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am
Cot and high chair available
100% refund if cancelled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 30 days before arrival date.
First trip to the Dordogne
Overall a very enjoyable experience. Accommodations were extremely comfortable. The bathrooms were exemplary. The pool was delightful. The only improvements we would suggest would be better knives for food preparation as we mainly cooked dinners at home and screens on the windows which would allow one to take advantage of the fresh air without inviting in insects.
Wonderful holiday in a perfect location
We all had a great holiday, the location is spectacular with lots of great chateau's to visit and local medieval towns. Plus the added bonus of a wonderful walk through french countryside from the doorstep. The owners were excellent and great with communication for both booking the holiday and information regarding our trip. The children loved it, the dogs had a ball and adults enjoyed it even more! A wonderful holiday for all.
Great for a peaceful family getaway.
The property seems to improve each time we come out to stay - the latest addition being air conditioning - very useful for sleeping as it was very warm when we stayed!
WiFi, TV and pool ensure the kids are happy.
A well equipped kitchen makes preparing meals easy.
Lovely area, with so much character and plenty to see and do.
Or just lounge by the pool and enjoy the quiet...!!
Lovely countryside retreat.
It was wonderful to visit La Roche again and to see the amazing new upstairs accommodation. It's all been beautifully done and was much appreciated. We've always loved La Roche; the pool is brilliant and we love the quiet and doing our rounds of the local markets! As ever, we hope to return! Many thanks for making such a lovely place available.
Thanks for your lovely review - hopefully see you at La Roche again soon.
A perfect get away from it all, holiday
The house is simply wonderful with everything you need to make your stay perfect. Situated within easy reach of many lovely villages around the Dordogne region, it made an ideal base. Our dog, Poppy just loved the large garden which she played in from the day we arrived to the day we left. We would definitely recommend this lovely house to anyone thinking of visiting this area of France.
We had a great time at La Roche highly recommended
We stayed at La Roche for two weeks in July 2017 and had a fantastic time. La Roche is a lovely old French stone farmhouse set in a rural, quiet location. It has been brought up to date in a sympathetic way as not to spoil the character of the building which we felt was very well done. The super king size beds and en suites were better than any hotel I have stayed in. The pool is a great size and keep in top condition by Jerry who calls twice a week between 9 and 10am. If you enjoy birds of prey La Roche is a great place to stay. I must mention the local Boulangere at Singleyrac it does fantastic cakes and bread which we really enjoyed. For eating out the old square at Eymet has plenty of restaurants in lovely surroundings.
A thriving wine growing area, the landscape is striped with the vineyards of Bergerac, Pécharmant, Monbazillac and Saussignac, with St Emilion on the western borders of the region. 8km to the south is Eymet, with its medieval cobbled square. The region is famous for its gastronomic delights, particularly duck and foie gras.
Other Activities: Visit the old centre of Bergerac, ancient bastide towns, prehistoric caves & grottoes, or go boating on the Dordogne