Le Chèvrefeuille has two Gites (self catering accommodation), Passiflore and Grapevine, with individual private terrace overlooking our beautiful meadow garden…………
Bed & Breakfast Accommodation
Le Chèvrefeuille has five chambre d’hote or bed and breakfast rooms all of which have private bath/shower rooms. We have two double rooms, one twin room (two double beds) and two family rooms.
“We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us….”.
“NEWS ** Our cooking courses will be unavailable from 21st October until 4th November 2017, Chef taking a well earned break! ***
Location – Location – Location
Le Chèvrefeuille is ideally situated in the heart of the Dordogne. We are equal distance from the Dordogne Valley, famous for its medieval towns, villages and castles, and the Vezere Valley famous for being the Prehistoric Capital of the World …
Owner Chef Ian, offers regional cookery courses, for all ages, using only the best fresh local seasonal produce. Learn all about the produce and making the regional favorites …
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Real reviews from happy guests
Book it....A real gem!
My three children and I stayed at Le Chevrefeuille for 3 nights in July 2014. It was towards the end of a three week trip. We weren't sure that we we were at the right place when we pulled up. After staying in London and Paris, the location felt pretty remote. We were warmly greeted by Sara and her children and shown to our room. The two room/1 bath suite was very clean and spacious enough for 4. It took us about an hour to unwind from city living and really appreciate where we were. From that point on, we were in love with Le Chevrefeuille. The kids had the freedom to go play soccer in the field while I could read in the garden. The location is beautiful. We went for a bike ride and found ourselves surrounded by sunflower fields in full bloom. Dinner was served on the patio and was THE BEST dinner we had while in Europe....and we're picky! I even liked hanging my laundry to dry by the horses. The castles and other attractions are all within about a 30 minute drive. 30 minutes goes by fast as there is much to see along the way. Don't miss this spot. It's dreamy.
Home style accommodation in a beautiful place
We enjoyed a weeklong stay in off season. Fewer guests. We stayed in two different upstairs rooms for two and enjoyed both and each had individual things to like. Breakfast was a great assortment of fresh fruit, meats and cheese, cereals, yogurts, croissant . The hosts were very friendly and helpful in having lots of maps and materials available about all the things to do in the Dordogne. We enjoyed exploring the little hamlet that we were part of (Pechbouthier) and walks to neighbouring villages. Though it was late in the season we were still able to get in the pool for short times. We stayed inn and used the communal kitchen once to prepare a light dinner.
Can't get back soon enough
We're a family of four who were travelling across France in July. Staying at Le Chevrefeuille was brilliant. Outside of staying with friends, it was the best accommodation we had all trip. Sara, Ian and the kids are all very welcoming and friendly - we felt more like people visiting old friends than first time guests. Their local knowledge was very helpful. And the food, the food. Ian is an unbelievably good chef. The only problem was that I could never fit in all the deliciousness. The room we had was very clean and comfortable. The pool was a great, as was the outside area to run around in. We look back very fondly at our time in Le Chevrefeuille and the Dordogne, and look forward to the time we can make it back. Would very much recommend it for anyone with a family (and the self contained accommodation looked great for couples).