Peaceful haven close to Beynac, the Milou House is ideal for family holidays. It offers all the comforts of a modern home while retaining the charm of old stones. Guests can benefit from the large swimming-pool (12x6 m²) shared with the Milou tower.
Peaceful haven nestled in the lush greenery of the Black Perigord close to Beynac, the Milou House is ideal for family holidays. We finished carefully restoring it in 2013, and it now offers all the comforts of a modern home while retaining the charm of old stones.
On the ground floor, the lounge by the fireplace is great for relaxing. Beside, the kitchen with old Perigord wooden table opens onto the terrace. In the shade of the lime, it is the ideal place to peacefully enjoy the surrounding green fields.
On the first floor, two large rooms can accommodate 5 guests. We equipped bathroom with double sinks and a large shower. Each floor has separate toilet.
On a large deck height, the heated and sunny swimming-pool of 12m by 6 is where you will enjoy the warm afternoon. Our guests can swim or rest while enjoying the splendid panoramic view of the hills, fields and forests. Lined with teak, we put at your disposal large sunbathing and a pergola. The pool is shared with the Tour de Milou, also available for rent for 4 people. The common areas are distinct, however, two acquainted families could enjoy renting the houses together.
A footpath leads you directly to the village of Beynac, just 1km away. You can stroll through the steep streets of the village, go up to the castle and admire the view over the valley of the five castles, enjoy the culinary traditions of Perigord in a restaurant, or just do your shopping at the grocery, the butcher or the bakery.
We do accept animals for an extra of 50€/animal.
I am a 23 years old French girl. I study and work in Paris, but come back as often as possible in Dordogne. My family has been living in the village of Beynac-and-Cazenac for more than a century and I absolutely adore the region.
I love cooking and sharing meals with friends and family. This passion probably comes from my origins since Dordogne is worldly famous for its culinary art with delicious foie gras and wine.
Our family fell in love with the Linol house in 2010 and decided to buy and renovate it.