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Les Figues, Ségur le Chateau

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LES FIGUES

   Ségur le Chateau  
 

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Spend time at 'Les Figues' and join those who have discovered its charms and return again and again to recharge in this rare peaceful hidden place.

The house is set within beautiful private gardens and is comprised of 3 double bedrooms and one twin and benefits from two well appointed bathrooms.  There is a large living room and fully equipped spacious kitchen diner.  

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  • Tariff includes all bed linen and towels

  • 25% deposit payable on booking

  • Remaining balance 8 weeks prior to start of let

  • Pets by arrangement only

“Within a few minutes of arriving in Segur we felt we had escaped all of the stresses and strains of our normal life”

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ABOUT

Sleeping up to 8, Les Figues is wonderful medieval French house originally built for a noble barrister in the 14th century - the house can be found in a hidden French valley on the edge of the idyllic village of Ségur le Chateau, one of France's 'Plus Beaux Villages'.  Warmth and charm fill the soaring beamed ceilings and beautiful fireplaces.  

 

Original details tell the story of the past while comfortable furniture and modern fittings ensure a relaxed holiday.  A series of private outdoor spaces and gardens which find their way to the banks of the River L'Auvézère are filled with apple blossom and beautiful rose blooms.  

 

Away from the charms of 'Les Figues' you will find the stunning village of Ségur le Chateau.  Peace abounds and is only broken by the sound of bleating lambs in springtime, swifts feeding on the wing, cicadas as night falls and the faint chatter from the restaurant terraces only a few moments walk away.

Gardens 

 

Explore the amazing gardens of Marqueyssac, Erignac, Les Jardins de L'Imaginaire and many more.  All of which are within easy reach of Ségur le Chateau

Chateaux

 

This part of France is abundant with beautiful Chateaux.  Hautefort is 30 minutes away and the Dordogne valley with its many Chateaux a little further

Local Markets

 

There are many markets around the area such as Objat on Sunday mornings and St Yrieix on Fridays.  Purchase wonderful food for your stay or just choose to soak up the atmosphere

Rivers and Lakes

 

Lac Rouffiac with its sandy beach and water activities is a short drive or cycle ride away.  Alternatively freshen up with a 'wild' swim or observe river wildlife from a canoe on the Dordogne, Vézere or Auvézère

Night Market

 

Ségur hosts one of the very best night markets of the region on Monday evenings throughout July and August.  Sample local trout, venison, Limousin beef, local wines and cheeses by the banks of the Auvézère

Village Produce

 

'Christine's Van'  brings bread and cakes to the village twice weekly. Whereas the village shop serves coffee as well as selling bread, wine, croissants, vegetables, local meat and other essential items

Walking the Sentiers 

Spend your mornings or evenings wandering through the countryside along the village sentiers discovering hedgerows and fields full of wildflowers and wildlife

Horses and Cycles

 

Explore the quiet lanes by bike or horse back.  Alternatively visit Pompadour 10 minutes away and soak up the atmosphere of horse racing, show jumping and x-country

Restaurants and Bars

 

A very short stroll from 'Les Figues' are charming places to have an evening apero or lengthy lunch or dinner on the terraces overlooking the river

Caves and Caverns

 

Book a tour of the World famous Lascaux Caves to see the incredible visitor centre and learn about the Paleolithic cave paintings

Outdoor Adventures

 

Whether you enjoy the peace of watching the sun rise while floating over Chateaux in a hot air balloon or the adrenaline of flying out of the trees on a zip wire, this part of France has an activity for everyone

Food and Wine 

 

Apart from many excellent restaurants, the area has places to visit to understand the production of food products; Brive Walnut liqueur, Rocamadour goats cheese, Bergerac vineyards and Truffle farming