Hotel Restaurant Le Teinchurier
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... which doesn't actually have a chateau, but has a river running through the village and the most gorgeous little stone houses lining the streets. We stopped at a small restaurant run by an English/American woman who thankfully took pity on us peering in through the window of the closed shop, and opened it to serve us coffee. She told us about the difficulties of running a business in France, and it sounds like there is far ...
... called Chabrenas). It is also very beautiful, and we are glad we are staying a week. It is a few kms from the nearest village, Meuzac, and it is owned by an English couple who have lived in France for 11 years. It has beautiful china, linen and furniture, and a log fire as well as radiators in each room. Given we are staying well out of season, we are paying the princely sum of €260 per week for it, which seems ridiculously cheap. ...
We were looking forward to returning to this part of rural France, and we weren't disappointed. The narrow streets winding past old stone houses, and the Dordogne River, calm and peaceful until the small wall, where the water tumbled over it. The fine, warm weather certainly made the experience perfect.
We had booked a hotel, but when we tried to check-in we found it was shut until 5.00pm. (It was stated on our email that check-in was from 4.00pm, but all the hotels ...
... 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! ...
... Picasso of cave men etching away all those years ago!
With our fill of castles, plus beaux villages, and prehistoric man, we had a really enjoyable stay in this region. We even managed to enjoy a platter of market goodies one night in the very ordinary surroundings of our Sarlat accommodation – it’s all about perspective! And despite the numerous foie gras stores and canard being the plat du jour on every restaurant’s menu, we actually managed a duck free stay in ...