Established Since 1992
Book Direct, No Call Centre!
95% Customer Retention
Giroflee (Wallflower) has been improved and maintained to a high standard and is a much loved and frequently used holiday home. Located at the front of the site it has stunning views over the village and castle. The Gite has been owned by Sue & Adrian Crowther for 10 years and offers spacious accommodation over two floors for up to five people.
LIVING & DINING
The large kitchen/living/dining room (30m²), with wood burning stove has doors out onto a wraparound terrace. The kitchen is well equipped with a full range of crockery, glasses and cooking utensils, and has a large fridge-freezer, microwave, gas hob with 4 rings, electric kettle and toaster. There is a table top fan oven a dishwasher and a washing machine The indoor dining table seats 6. The wooden tables and chairs on each side of the wraparound terrace provides ample seating for outdoor dining.
The open plan living area has two sofas and a coffee table around a wood burning stove. There is a DVD player and a range of games and books.
The ground floor bedroom has a double bed with duvet. There is a wardrobe, chest of drawers and bedside tables with lamps. French windows open onto the side terrace.
On the upper floor there are twin beds (one has a full size single trundle bed underneath) all with duvets. Bedside cabinets with lamps and ample storage.
There is a ground floor shower room and separate toilet. The upper bedroom includes an en suite toilet and washbasin.
There are panel heaters on the ground floor. A heated towel rail on the upper floor and a wood burning stove. The hot water tank heats overnight.
Wooden tables and chairs on each side of the Gite offer an opportunity to sit in sun or shade. Parasols and sun beds are included and a fixed BBQ
The grounds of the Gites are well maintained with hedges separating each property and lots of shrubs and trees. Giroflee has a dedicated parking space to the rear of the property and additional parking for visitors at the rear of the site.
There are several steps up to Giroflee’s terrace which is gravel so its difficult for wheel chair access or those with walking difficulties.
Table Top Fan Oven
Our prices are all inclusive of local taxes and electricity along with bed linen, towels and tea towels which are changed weekly, pool towels are provided in season and changed fortnightly.
Supply of basic condiments and enough coffee and tea to have a hot drink on arrival.
Cots and highchairs are available on request.
Lovely view across the valley to the Village and the Castle.
Wraparound terrace which enjoys sunshine and shade throughout the day
Fans in both bedrooms
Hairdryers provided in both bedrooms
One of our staff is available every morning during high season to help with any issues or for bookings for activities.
There is a shared heated pool with sun beds and parasols.
Reflexology sessions are available (charged as an extra)
Fitness Sessions twice weekly (charged as an extra)
Boot Camp for the very very active (charged as an extra)
We had a lovely week and Giroflee was ideal for us. We appreciated the view of Carlux from the terrace in the evening, and a great mixture of activities (canoeing, swimming in the pool and river, biking to Sarlat, visting a Chateau etc) and just relaxing on the site. The Gite is great too - really can't think of any suggestions for improvement!
Superb gite - very well equipped and very comfortable. Unbeatable view from the terrace. A great spot to enjoy food from the BBQ. The site is very well maintained too including the pool.
Love it, would stay here again!
I really love this Gite and the terrace with the view over the Village and the enclosed communal swimming pool. My Mum and Me did a canoe trip down the river from Vitrac to Fayrac, as it was really hot that day in July. We had hoped to make it down as far as Beynac, but gave up and took the bus back. The Dordogne is really nice and there are so many things to look at including Josephine Bakers Chateau de Milandes, which has a spectacular Birds of Prey demonstration. Also Castelnaud has a some amazing Medieval war machines (Trebuchets) with a sling which threw stones at castle walls. It's really interesting to see the historical items especially with good weather. In July and August the Gardens of Marqueyssac open in the evenings with candle lit paths and live music which is a great cultural experience.
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