La Petite Auberge
La Petite Auberge is situated on the outskirts of the village of Razac d'Eymet, about 4kms from the 13th century Bastide town of Eymet and about 20 Kms south of Bergerac, which is on the Dordogne.
It started life as a 17th century Perigordine farm and was first converted into an Auberge in the early 1990's. Further changes over the last decade has meant that it now has 3 Gites that sleep up to 22, plus cots.
The main house, La Grande Maison, has now been converted into a fabulous large family Gite, that can sleep up to 16 + cots, with Le Poulailler sleeping up to 4 and L'Ancienne Porcherie, sleeping 2.
La Petite Auberge stands on a chalk outcrop on the edge of an ancient river valley. It has 1 1/2 acres of mature gardens with a swimming pool and over 4 acres of fields for strolling and playing in.
There is even a small lake for fishing, where we have caught perch up to 2lb. It has now been stocked with carp and tench.
For those more energetic amongst you, there is Giant Outdoor Chess, Table Tennis, Boules Pitch and a Badminton/Volleyball net.