Les Trois Collines is situated in one of the most beautiful spots of the Perigord Noir, on top of a hill (with stunning views), 15km south of Sarlat.

The Périgord Noir is the most beautiful part of the Dordogne and is characterized by its many places of interest. You will find here numerous castles, lots of different caves, beautiful gardens, picturesque (bastide) towns and villages and many remains from prehistoric times.

In the immediate vicinity of Les Trois Collines you can find beautiful medieval towns such as Sarlat, Domme and special places like Les Eyzies, Lascaux, Beynac, Castelnaud , La Roque Gageac, Rocamadour,…

Whether you want to visit one of the five castles in the vicinity (like Les Milandes, where Josephine Baker founded a home for her adopted children) or discover the countryside on bike or horseback, or fancy a canoe trip on the Dordogne or Vézère river, it is all possible, including 4 golfcourses, right here in the immediate neighbourhood.

Almost daily, somewhere locally there is a charming market, brocante (= antique market) or vide grenier (= flea market/car boot sale) to visit.

In our large garden (4000 sq.m) with several seating areas, you will find the heated swimming pool (5m x 10m and 2m deep) with sun beds. A great place to relax. From both the garden and your room you have a panoramic view.

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Mireille & Ronny Lagrillière - Van Kemenade

Mireille & Ronny Lagrillière - Van Kemenade is known by chambresdhotes-in-Frankrijk.be since 17/07/2015. You can contact the landlord in dutch, english, french, German.

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What is there to see or do in the area?

Les Trois Collines is situated in the Perigord Noir, part of the Dordogne region, between the towns of Domme, Castelnaud and Daglan.

“Noir” relates to the many forests that once covered this area. Even now the Perigord Noir is still characterized by unspoilt hilly nature with beautiful views. Archaeologists think that this area has been continuously inhabited by humans for thousands of years. This is longer than anywhere else in Europe. As a result, there are many prehistoric discoveries (including cave paintings).

In addition, this region is also known for its many chateaux/castles, rivers and streams, gardens, fortified towns, caves, medieval towns, markets and flea markets and do not forget the truffles, walnuts and foie gras. It is a region where there is plenty to do for both young and old including sports.


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Chambre Domme

2 people

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Chambre Daglan

2 people

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Chambre Beynac

3 people

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1 bathroom (s)

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Chambre Belvès

3 people

1 bedroom (s)

1 bathroom (s)

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