We are situated in Coly, 3 km from St Amand de Coly, village classified with its abbey of XII, approximately 20 minutes from Sarlat and the valley of the Dordogne and a quarter of an hour of the famous caves of Lascaux.
“We booked Marie's house as part of a stay with friends. Marie was pleasant and accommodating, the communication is perfect. For the house everything went really well, the house is all in stone, the setting is magnificent in the Périgourdine countryside. We had plenty of room for 8, the decor is nice, the accommodation is functional and pleasant. A beautiful stay that we will gladly renew. An address to recommend without hesitation!”
New and comfortable this modern furnished T2 of 42 m2 has a terrace of 15 m2. All the modern comfort, Italian shower, television big screen in the room and in the living room, underground parking, elevator access handicap, room with closed bike
“Beautiful apartment, super well maintained, everything from powerful wifi to large flat screens. Nothing is missing from the kitchen to the bathroom, beautiful terrace, all facing south so very bright. Not to miss.”
The annex of the beach offers 2 new apartments of 35m2 in eco-habitat 500m from the beach and 800m from the center of Capbreton and 2.5km from Hossegor. Located in a dead end surrounded by a forest of cork oaks each apartment has a wooden terrace of 18 m2, a room with a bed of 160cm, a child room with 2 bunk beds of 90x190, a kitchen equipped with dishwasher, washing machine, oven 45litres, ceramic hob, fridge. bathroom with Italian shower and wc. baby cot available, high chair, plastic bathtub if needed. Proximity 3 golfs, Cers, Surf No smoking tv hd tnt and free wifi possibility short stay and overnight type bed and breakfast Pool reserved for guests only. Opening when the water temperature reaches 19 degrees
“Frédéric was very friendly, he greeted us 1.5 hours ahead of schedule, and let us take advantage of the accommodation for another 1 hour the next day. The accommodation was very clean, tidy. Impeccable layout, equipment and basic necessities on site. Thanks again to him.”