Ferme de Tayac

Address: 14 Rue de Tayac, Les Eyzies-de-Tayac, Dordogne Valley, Aquitaine, 24620, France | B&B
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This B&B, located on 14 Rue de Tayac, Les Eyzies-de-Tayac, is near Roque St-Christophe, Chateau de Commarque, Musee National de Prehistoire, and Cave of the Big Rock (Grotte du Grand-Roc).
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    Travel Blogs from Les Eyzies-de-Tayac

    Issigeac

    A travel blog entry by nicoll on Nov 01, 2014

    1 comment, 34 photos

    ... we visited Monpazier, a small village of 500 or so people in the Dordogne area. It is a 13th century Bastide town founded and built by King Edward 1st of England. Eleanor of Aquitane and Richard 2nd of England also lived there for a while. This probably explains why their are so many poms living in this area - they are probably all descendants of the Kings! Home to do a lap of Issigeac, then Garth cooked a magnificent Norwegian salmon for ...

    Cordes-Sur-Ciel and St Cirq Lapopie

    A travel blog entry by nicoll on Nov 01, 2014

    13 photos

    ... village of St Cirq Lapopie, population approximately 200! It is also perched on a cliff, and is 100 metres above the Lot river. This place has a viewpoint in the centre of town (a rock like formation called Rocher de la Popie) that you can climb up to get views across the hills and river. Just stunning! Finally we arrived at our destination, after Garth had driven like a maniac (a careful maniac!) so that we were on time to meet the owner of ...

    I'm not a caveman! I'm a troglodyte!

    A travel blog entry by beandip on Oct 14, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... s an enormous cliff and if you saw it, you'd think nothing of it. This cliff has been lived on for 55,000 years by the Neanderthals and the Cro Mangons but it was busiest in the Middle Ages when people actually built houses on it! There was a church, a butchery and a smoke house! During Viking raids, villagers would use winches to haul their animals (who would pasture down below) up, pull up their ladders and get ready to defend! ...

    The Dordogne River Valley & Castlenaud

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Oct 07, 2014

    9 photos

    ... of the history, making and use of various items such as armor and the trebuchet are playing with English subtitles. It is all very interesting to learn that the architecture of a castle was driven by the latest weapons it needed to defend against. Knights wore chain mail in the 11 and 12th centuries but went to full suits of armor a shock weapons such as the Mace came into use. It took 1 week to polish a full suit of armor ...

    Enough duck already!

    A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Sep 25, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    We thought we'd had our fill of European driving, but after looking at prices for trains in France, and with a 20% discount off Europcar special available, we got a great deal for a 2 week car hire which probably worked out cheaper than trains would have cost, plus gave us a lot more flexibility and the ability to get to some more far flung places. France is actually a really big country and there are far too many kilometres to cover everywhere, so we decided we needed to select a ...