MaisondeBelleVue
Maison-de-Belle-Vue

ABOUT US

Maison de Belle Vue is situated in the Dordogne region in Southwestern France.

It is located in the small town of Thiviers, just off the main N21.

Maison de Belle Vue is set in an old farm house in 2 hectares of beautiful countryside.

We are open from 1st April - 28th October

OUR SERVICES

Laundry
Breakfast
Wireless
Swimming
Garden
BBQ
Parking

OUR SERVICES

Laundry
Breakfast
Wireless
Swimming
BBQ
Garden
Parking

SWIMMING POOL

Pool View

 

Relax in our pool with stunning views across the French countryside, with views of the Church in Thiviers. Our pool decking has beach lounge chairs and sunbeds also cosy tables to sit and take in the views.

Pool Details

  • The pool is 8x4 Meters, with a shallow and deep end, fitted with a bar to help you get in and out of the pool
  • Pool is open from 10am till 8pm
  • No glass is allowed by the pool, we supply plastic wine and drinking glasses.
Pool Side

SWIMMING POOL

Pool View

 

Relax in our pool with stunning views across the French countryside, with views of the Church in Thiviers. Our pool decking has beach lounge chairs and sunbeds also cosy tables to sit and take in the views.

Pool Side

 Pool Details

  • The pool is 8x4 Meters, with a shallow and deep end, fitted with a bar to help you get in and out of the pool
  • Pool is open from 10am till 8pm
  • No glass is allowed by the pool, we supply plastic wine and drinking glasses.

THINGS TO DO

Brantome

Brantome is an attractive town near the northern edge of the Dordogne department, sometimes known as the Venice of the Dordogne.  The town has a nice mix of medieval and renaissance architecture to admire.  The town is classed as one of the 'les Plux Beaux Detours' in France.

Brantome is an attractive town near the northern edge of the Dordogne department, sometimes known as the Venice of the Dordogne (slight exaggeration strictly speaking) - the town has a nice mix of medieval and renaissance architecture to admire. The town is classed as one of 'les Plux Beaux Detours' in France.
Brantome is an attractive town near the northern edge of the Dordogne department, sometimes known as the Venice of the Dordogne (slight exaggeration strictly speaking) - the town has a nice mix of medieval and renaissance architecture to admire. The town is classed as one of 'les Plux Beaux Detours' in France.

Bordeaux

Bordeaux, hub of the famed wine-growing region, is a port city on the Garonne River in southwestern France.  It's known for its Gothic Cathedrale Saint-Andre, 18th - 19th-Centry mansions and notable art museums such as the 'Musee des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux'.  Public gardens line the curving river quays.

Brantome is an attractive town near the northern edge of the Dordogne department, sometimes known as the Venice of the Dordogne (slight exaggeration strictly speaking) - the town has a nice mix of medieval and renaissance architecture to admire. The town is classed as one of 'les Plux Beaux Detours' in France.
Brantome is an attractive town near the northern edge of the Dordogne department, sometimes known as the Venice of the Dordogne (slight exaggeration strictly speaking) - the town has a nice mix of medieval and renaissance architecture to admire. The town is classed as one of 'les Plux Beaux Detours' in France.

Perigueux

Perigueux also contains an interesting mix of medievel and renaissance in it's centre, with attractive boulevards and streets lined with medievel houses to explore - these are concentrated in the region around the cathedral Saint Front, which also retains its attractive arched cloisters.

Thiviers

Thiviers is a pretty active town that has seemingly remained unchanged with the passing years.  The town falls between the more deeply valleyed lansscape to the north and more gently rolling countryside to the south, and is a good base for exploring this northern part of the Dordogne region.  Thiviers prides itself on its local speciality - Foie gras and the other local products such as walnuts and truffles.  Every Saturday Thiviers has a street market that you can eat local foods, wine and browse through the street sellers stalls.

Sarlat

Sarlat is in the region called 'The Perigord Noir' in the South West of France.  The old town, dating from both medievel and renaissance times is a pleasure to visit, especially during the spring and autumn, or early in the morning.  If you can catch the early morning sunshine on the yellow sandstone buildings, so much the better.

Saint-Jean-de-Cole

Saint-Jean-de-Cole is listed as one of the most beautiful villages of France, it lays about 7km east of Thiviers.  Saint-Jean-de-Cole village is quite small but boasts a castle, a large church, a priory, an unusual shaped stone bridge over a lovely stretch of river, lots of colombage (half-timbered houses) and it once won the prize for 'finest roofs in France'.

LOCAL INFORMATION

Local attractions

Jumilhac Castle

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9 miles

Natural Beauty

Plan d'eau de Nantheuil

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3.6 miles

Restaurants & Markets

Auchan Supermarche

Lidl

Château de Mavaleix

The Fiddlers Rest

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2.4 miles

2.6 miles

5.2 miles

1.5 miles

Closest Airports

Limoges International Airport

Bergerac Airport

Brive Dordogne Valley Airport

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32 miles

46 miles

38 miles

LOCAL INFORMATION

Local attractions

Jumilhac Castle  -  9 miles

Restaurants & Markets

Auchan Supermarche  -  2.4 miles

Lidl  -  2.6 miles

Château de Mavaleix  -  5.2 miles

The Fiddlers Rest  -  1.5 miles

Natural Beauty

Plan d'eau de Nantheuil  -  3.6 miles

Closest Airports

Limoges International Airport  -  32 miles

Bergerac Airport  -  46 miles

Brive Dordogne Valley Airport  -  38 miles

ContactUs

Telephone: +33 5 53 55 24 95

Address: Douyeras, 24800, Thiviers

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