You are in La Plume d’Oie by the Dordogne river in South West France
As a retired chef I have decided to transform the former Auberge-Restaurant
into a furnished home to welcome travellers from all over the world.
Completely refurbished La Plume d'Oie, located in the village, offers comfortable accomodation with three double bedrooms, two of which overlook the river Dordogne and the third has views over the cliff & garden.
La Plume d'Oie, can accommodate 6 persons. It is open from Mid May till November. The property is rented weekly from Saturday to Saturday.
La Plume d'Oie has 3 double rooms : two with double beds, one with twin beds. All the rooms have their own bathroom.
Each room is unique. The natural surroundings are part of the place and that's why we chose to name the rooms after local birds. Each room is well appointed and has comfortable beds. La Plume d'Oie is a wonderful place to rest and recharge your batteries....
My late wife & I fell in love with La Plume d’Oie in 1981 and ran it as a restaurant for over 30 years. In 1991 we created the auberge which I have decided on my retirement to transform into a furnished holiday home rented on a weekly basis to welcome travellers from across the globe.Read more
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