Places to see include the the Lascaux caves, the Marqueyssac gardens and of course relaxing in the cosy cafés alongside the river. Be sure to take time out to stroll through the tiny streets of the villages to see the quaint cottages where you can find a cosy restaurant to sample the delightful local cuisine. The Dordogne Region is named after the river passing to the south of the region. The region stretches further north away from the river, there is plenty to do here, and it is just as beautiful. Here you can rent holiday homes Dordogne and go wine tasting to sample the regions local wines along the river. If you enjoy culture then a visit to some of the museums in the towns will allow you to learn more about this fascinating region and have a great family holiday with your children. You can also visit one of the markets in the towns of Perigueux and Bergerac where you will find an exciting atmosphere and plenty to see and take home with you from your holidays Dordogne. On your arrival visit the local tourist office, find the local events so you will not miss anything, rent your holiday cottage Dordogne and have a relaxing break in the beautiful Dordogne.
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The most in-demand accommodations in Dordogne are house rentals and bed & breakfast rentals. With 952 offers in Dordogne, we always find the perfect accommodation for you.
What does it cost to rent a holiday home in Dordogne?
Prices start at just £34 per night. Most bed & breakfast rentals in Dordogne are 32 m² and house rentals are 128 m².
Do you also offer accommodations that are suitable for groups in Dordogne ?
We have a great range of accommodations for groups in Dordogne. On average, the house rentals has space for 7 guests.