Looking towards St Cere and the Dordogne Valley

Jardin du SegalaHouse for Sale

Lovely renovated 4 bedroom French farmhouse
in the stunning Lot countryside close to St Cere
and the Dordogne Valley

With income opportunity -
run as a succesful Bed & Breakfast business up to 2017
(see link to Tripadvisor reviews below)

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RocamadourClose to the delightful and thriving market town of St Cere the house is within easy reach of "Les Plus Beaux Villages De France" of Autoire, Cardaillac, Carennac, Turenne and Loubressac. You can also visit the delightful riverside at Beaulieu sur Dordogne and the Dordogne Valley or the stunning village of Rocamadour (the 2nd most visited site in France!) and don't miss Figeac with its lovely medieval centre and our favourite weekly market. Add the numerous fascinating cave systems (including the Gouffre de Padirac), one of the best birds of prey centres in France and the many local fetes and festivals and you have the most wonderful spot to live in the beautiful Lot department.

Richard and Alex - Jardin du Segala, 46190 Lacam D'Ourcet, France

Tel: 00 33 (0)5 65 34 47 06
Mobile: 00 44 (0)753 952 0288 (UK mobile we use in France)


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Read over 90 guest reviews at Tripadvisor

"Another fantastic stay"

"A wonderful week away"


"Expectations exceeded"

"Though less well known than its neighbour the Dordogne, the Lot has a special beauty in its rocky and limestone plateaus, river valleys, walnut groves and little villages. With one of the lower population densities in France, the Lot preserves much that is old - and good" National Geographic Traveler Magazine - September 2005

Chateau de Montal in St Cere FigeacFeatured in the
2008 book by Jo Taylor
"Running Gites & Bed
& Breakfasts in France"


Places to visit: St. Céré, Autoire, Loubressac, Cardaillac, Bretenoux, Turenne, Beaulieu sur Dordogne, Carennac, Curemonte, Salers, Martel, Floirac, Castelnau, Rocamadour, Lac du Tolerme, Argentat, Figeac, Cahors, St Cirq Lapopie, Marcilhac, Cajarc, Collonges, Conques, Padirac, Pech Merle, Gourdon, Gramat, Capdenac, Rodez, Gourdon, Souillac, Brive, Sarlat, Domme, River Dordogne, River Lot, River Cele, River Cere, Lot Quercy.
Things to do: Hiking, Cycling, Canoeing, Horse riding, Golf, Tennis, Swimming, Bird Watching.
All in the local area of the delightful Lot department and the adjacent Correze, Cantal, Aveyron and Dordogne departments of France

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