Domaine de la Dolce


Three bright cottages set among enchanting grounds in south-west France.

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From €650/week
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Kids can roam free at this delightful spot in south-west France, where three airy cottages provide the perfect family-friendly accommodation. With outstanding facilities and a breathtaking setting amongst the private woodland in the beautiful historic Lot region, it is a great retreat for a relaxing family holiday.

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About this place

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What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

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  • Swimming pool Swimming pool
  • Wifi Wifi
  • Outdoor play equipment Outdoor play equipment


Eating at Domaine de la Dolce


Eating at Domaine de la Dolce


Eating at Domaine de la Dolce


The gîtes are single-level with no steps leading onto the patio and into the garden. However, the internal doors are probably only wide enough for a child in a wheelchair, not an adult. Some of the external paths and the parking area are covered in gravel.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By rail

The nearest train station is at Sauveterre-La-Lemance, a 15-minute drive.

By road

It takes about nine hours to reach Domaine de la Dolce from Calais; it is just a few minutes’ drive off the D673 at Montcabrier.

By air

The closest airport is at Bergerac, which is just over an hour away. Car rental is available here.

About the owners


Listed since December 2015

For nine years I was running a gallery and workshop for contemporary jewellery design in London. By designing and making engagement and wedding rings, I was part of a big moment in my customer's life... now I am creating happy holiday memories for ‘my’ families.

Tips from the owners

Local things to do, places to eat and attractions not to be missed.

  • The region is dotted with dreamy castles, of which Château de Bonaguil, just a 13-minute drive away, is considered to be the most beautiful fortified castle in France.

  • Adrenaline junkies will love Parc en Ciel, where you can go tree climbing and ziplining, among other things; it’s just 30 minutes from the Domaine de la Dolce.

  • If possible, time your visit with one of the region’s medieval festivals, where locals dress up and “knights” show off their skills.

  • If you’re interested in the abundant ancient history in the area, don’t miss the fascinating Grotte de Pech Merle.

  • The gardens at Marqueyssac are an absolute delight to spend a day exploring – kids will love discovering all the different areas.

  • One of the highlights of a summer visit to the region are the evening markets, which are a great chance to try some of the amazing local produce and food.