Our Chambres d'hotes is open until December 2023.
Our Gite will be available in July and August 2024
We look forward to hearing from you.
Domaine de Fleurie
Gite and Chambres d'hôtes
Domaine de Fleurie, is a restored 18th century farmhouse set in the village of Tursac on the Vezere River. Tursac is in the Périgord Noir, known for its castles, landscapes and gastronomy.
We have 4 large en-suite bedrooms set in a wonderful landscape. The pool and terraces lookout over the valley, towards Chateau Marzac and the amazing sunsets.
We are situated in the middle of the Perigord ‘golden triangle’ of Sarlat la Caneda, Montignac and Les Eyzies de Tayac which is the perfect location from which to explore the history and culture of the Dordogne region.
We are located in the south west of France, about 2 hours from Bordeaux, Toulouse and Limoges. Bergerac airport is 1 hour away.
Julie and Chris look forward to welcoming you at Domaine de Fleurie. We have spent a year renovating the property and we're now happy to share this amazing location with you. Julie, a food teacher, is looking forward to sharing her love of food by offering table d’hote.
We have a new 10 x 4m pool next to the house with views across the valley, open from May until October. There is a large south facing terrace for relaxing
A continental style breakfast is served either in the dining area or on the large terrace overlooking the pool and the valley. We provide a range of yogurts, cereals, fruits, pastries and cheeses. There is tea and coffee making facilities available all day.
We have 15 acres of meadow and woodland on our hillside location overlooking the Vézère valley. A great place to relax and see plenty of wildlife.
Our aim is to make your stay a comfortable one. Our beds are super king doubles that can be set up as twins as required. Extra pillows and blankets are in each room. Family rooms available and children are very welcome. Cot, highchair and other essential baby equipment is available free of charge.
Evening Meals are available by arrangement on some days. Vegetarian options and children's meals available and special diets catered for. There are no cooking or serving facilities available for guests.
THINGS TO DO
Local places include Abri de la Madeleine, an archaeological site from 17,000 years ago on the banks of Vezere River. La Maison Forte de Reignac is a fortified house built into cliffs. Prehisto Parc is an educational trail explaining our origins from Neanderthal to Cro-Magnon. Chateau Marzac is opening as a new attraction this year; the first giant "Chateau Escape-Game" in a wild and mysterious setting.
La Roque Saint Christophe is 10 minutes away; a troglodyte town set in a cliff. The Lascaux IV Centre is 20 minutes away in Montignac and the National Prehistoric Museum is 10 minutes away in Les Eyzies. Locally there 15 prehistoric sites and ornate caves in the Vézère valley which are listed as World Heritage by UNESCO. Among them, there are nine in the commune of Eyzies de Tayac-Sireuil .
Sarlat la Caneda
A medieval town considered to be the capital of the Dordogne region; it is one of the most beautiful cities in France, with no less than 66 listed monuments. Its central Sainte-Marie Church hosts an indoor food hall and there are numerous shops, restaurants and cafes. Sarlat Market sells local delicacies like foie gras, walnuts and cheese
There is canoeing to enjoy on the Vezere and the Dordogne rivers, as well as cycling, walking and horse riding in the local area. Or treat yourself to a bird’s eye view of the Dordogne in a hot air balloon, what better way to discover the area than by floating soundlessly over its lush hills and sparkling river?
There are many local walks around Tursac, the Vezere and Dordogne Rivers. The national footpath GR36 Bourdeilles to Les Eyzies section passes our entrance
In Tursac we have La Source Restaurant and the Himalaya Cafe and Restaurant. There are several restaurants in Les Eyzies, 10 minutes away. Many restaurants in Sarlat and Montignac, catering for all budgets. There are Michelin starred restaurants in Les Eyzies and Tremolat
The Dordogne Valley is in 12th place in the European Best Destination competition.