About This Listing
This chic and stylish studio apartment is just 5 minutes walk to Sarlat's popular restaurants and just 10 minutes walk to the Medieval town centre. The studio is completely independent with its own private front door, it was created from the large loft area of this 'Sarlat Stone' house.
This studio apartment would be totally prepared and ready for you so that, on arrival, you can just relax and enjoy your holiday. You will find your bed made-up ready with quality linen; towels, toiletries and bathrobes left in the bathroom; a welcome pack of tea, coffee, milk etc is also provided; plus a bottle of wine with the owner's compliments.
The studio comes with its own private terrace area which is located in the garden below. This terrace has table and chairs and enjoys commanding views over Sarlat town.
Interaction with Guests
The apartment is completely private guests are free to arrive when they want, a key safe is provided for access. We provide a guest brochure in English which oversea visitors find helpful.
My previous guests commented on how excellent the location is. It is ideal for parking the car and walking to the local restaurants.
There is a tourist bus which does a circular route of the town.
Other Things to Note
Sarlat is a fascinating town it is like stepping into medieval history. There is always street entertainers & events throughout the summer.
There are 3 other independent apartments at Maison Pierre D'Or , so guests are asked just to respect the privacy of other guests.
We passed a very good stay in Sarlat. The studio was very well situated near the old city in a quite quarter. The studio is well equipped, we have appreciated the private terrasse in the garden for the lunches and dinners. Thank you for the wine at our arrival and a special thank to Marina. The studio is similar to the photos on the website.
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About the Host, Sue
My husband and I fell in love with Sarlat and surrounding area when we visited many years ago.On one of our visits we came across a typical Sarlat stone house in a lovely position. The house had been split into 2 very large apartments so we decided to convert to 4 separate independent apartments. We could then use one apartment to spend time in the beautiful Dordogne, the others we would rent out for guests. We then set about having the property refurbished whilst at the same time trying to keep the original character and charm of the house.
Our goal, which we hope we have now achieved, was to offer guests a chic modern apartment with up to date facilities in a character stone house, typically somewhere we would love to stay ourselves.