Anne Fouquet's luxury guest-house, with its individual rooms for bed-and-breakfast, is in the heart of the Périgord Noir on a gentle slope close to La Roque-Gageac, a village officially listed as one of the most beautiful in France.
The picturesque village enjoys a near-Mediterranean climate. It is only 10 minutes from the medieval town of SARLAT, renowned for its art and history, its architectural gems, and its respect for the Périgord's world-wide reputation for good food.
The architect-built house, in a style derived from the former tobacco barns once prolific in this area, has been constructed with the greatest care – allying modern constructional techniques with the highest quality materials. Its three guest-rooms are spacious, well lit and very comfortable; along with the salon, they have a fully southern exposure and lovely views over the Dordogne valley.
Decoration of the house was conceived entirely by Anne Fouquet and her husband Luc, a fine art painter and decorator.
Anne will be glad to welcome you there at any time of the year. Peace and quiet are assured, in a warm and relaxed atmosphere.
The guest-house is ideally placed for visits to all the Périgord Noir's most historic and interesting sights.