La Grande Maison offers you style & comfort in a relaxing environment. Although we are situated in the centre of the village, we are very private with gated and secluded gardens. Just a short walk away, you will find all the facilities you need, including bars, shops & restaurant.
Whether you are on vacation or business, a warm welcome awaits you, with complimentary bottle of wine and fresh flowers in each room.
Allemans-du-Dropt is in the Dropt Valley, a short 12 minute drive to Duras in the west and a similar distance to Eymet in the east.
We are 35 minutes from Bergerac Airport and approx. 1hr 20mins from Bordeuax Merignac Airport.
Our comfortable rooms are equipped with:
• Coffee machine & tea making facilities
• En-suite with large showers
• Comfortable seating
• Handmade Natural Toiletries (made by the owner)
• Hairdryer & Ironing Facilities
La Grande Suite
This is our luxurious suite which has your comfort as a priority. Along with its charm and elegance, it gives you complete privacy with your own private balcony overlooking the centre of the village. The suite also comprises separate large bedroom with comfortable seating, Flat screen TV and desk. There is a separate dressing area which also leads through to a magnificent luxury bathroom with free standing bath and double shower.
Our Superior double room comes well equipped with en-suite facilities along with comfortable seating and desk. This room also looks over the village square.
• La Grand Suite - 85€ including continental breakfast
• Superior Room - 60€ including continental breakfast
Two night minimum stay
Activities in Allemans Du Dropt:
• Canoeing, Kayaking and Stand-up paddle from 1st July to 31st August
• Guided Village Tours
• Fishing on the River Dropt and Lake
• Discovery and nature trail ride
• Marked hiking trails from the main market
• Electric Bicycle Hire is also available in the village
Situated on the banks of the Dropt River, Allemans-du-Dropt contains a few notable monuments of interest including the Church of Saint Eutrope dating from the 10th century, although unremarkable from the outside, inside the walls are covered with many 15th century frescoes.
Originally built in the 12th century, the Chateau of Duras is well worth a visit. There are several good restaurants in Duras, and for wine lovers the exhibition and shop at the Maison des Vignerons is a must.
The Bastide of Eymet was founded in 1270, by Alphonse de Poitiers, Count of Toulouse. The town is situated at the extreme south of the Department of Dordogne. It has a vibrant market on Thursdays and has numerous restaurants and bars. Very vibrant in the summer months.
The bastide town of Monségur was founded by the charter of Eleanor of Aquitaine in 1265. It is a traditional bastide built around a square. It has a lively market and home to a fantastic jazz festival in July which attracts many thousands of music lovers.
Saint-Émilion is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with fascinating Romanesque churches and ruins stretching all along steep and narrow streets. The Romans planted vineyards here as early as the 2nd century. Saint-Émilion is one of the principal red wine areas of Bordeaux producing many top vintages.
Bordeaux is the world's major wine industry capital and wine has been produced in the region since the 8th century. The historic part of the city is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. After Paris, Bordeaux has the highest number of preserved historical buildings of any city in France.
Very cosmopolitan, fantastic choice of restaurants, bars and shopping. A great day out!
The Dropt River runs from east of Monpazier, to La Reole near Langon where it meets the Garonne River.
It is close to the border between the Dordogne and Lot-et-Garonne departments for much of the journey westwards, before entering the Gironde between Duras and Monsegur.
Along the way it passes through and near several attractive villages and bastide towns, and a great deal of attractive countryside, making it an interesting way to spend a few days exploring this region of south-west France.
The Lot valley towns and villages of Pujols, Laparade, Temple-sur-Lot and Castelmoron are also well worth visiting, most of which are steeped in medievil history, and slightly further afield to the north east, Monpazier and Sarlat - capital of the foie-gras industry, the third most visited town in France.
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