Address: Pragelier, Hautefort, Aquitaine, 24390, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hautefort

Tea and French Fries

A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 09, 2015

10 photos

... the point. If you just blaze through every town, what do you even get to see?

Outside of Thiviers, we hiked for about 45min when we came upon a bench in the shade that overlooked a small valley. We stopped here to eat our lunches, and it was the perfect setting. It's rare that you can find such a nice spot for lunch without looking for it. During lunch and then our walk, we had many pleasant conversations and got to know each other better. ...

Day 12 Mother's Day - cooking experience

A travel blog entry by suebotsford on May 10, 2015

7 comments, 3 photos

Staying at lovely B&B in Dordogne Valley in France. Le Chevrefeuille owner and chef Ian took us to farmers market in nearby St Cyprien. We selected some lovely ingredients and then headed back to the kitchen to prepare lovely lunch. Just amazing! Now Mom is catching a quick nap and I'm catching some sun before we head out for the afternoon to canoe down the Dordogne river where we can see the charming villages from the ...

A day out in the Vezere Valley

A travel blog entry by hethncol on May 07, 2015

9 photos

... animal heads for my liking! There was also a Torture Museum at the end which was sickening. I had to leave. Home in the early evening to finish off our cheese, olives etc with a lovely bottle of local Sauvignon Blanc. The local chooks and rooster decided to join us. Rosie, Hattie, and Daisie might like a caretaker like this one! We leave this idyllic place tomorrow with fond memories and can highly recommend it to future travellers to this area of ...

Market Day at Sarlat

A travel blog entry by hethncol on May 06, 2015

14 photos

... try it. Also lots of duck confit and walnut product stalls. See photograph with typical lunch menu for this area. After walking around for a couple of hours and eating a punnet of strawberries (still full from breakfast at the B&B) for lunch we stopped in a small square for a welcome drink and were entertained by a guitar and cello duo playing great music. Then we visited ...

Four beautiful villages in a day.

A travel blog entry by hethncol on May 05, 2015

15 photos

... functioning as a village catering for tourists and the local residents. The views from here were just as spectacular as they were from Beynac. The groves of trees you can see from the photographs are walnut trees. Walnuts feature in the local cuisine particularly as a cake. We have been told that it is customary to plant a walnut tree when a child is born and harvest the first crop at the age of 18. Continue picking the walnuts until ...