Les Cottages de Toutifaut
Couze, once featuring 13 paper mills, two of which have started up their activities once more. La Rouzique, converted into a museum and Larroque (work-shops open for visits).
One km from Toutifaut, in Couze you will find a pharmacy, doctors, post office, restaurants, bar-tabac and bakery.
For more extensive shops you have Lalinde, which is a distance of 4 km from Toutifaut . Lalinde is the first english fortified village founded in 1267 by the Plantagenet Henry III. Lalinde has preserved its old streets, the romanesque Gate called "Bergereac", a cross from 1351, the governor's house, the consuls' residence, a few old houses and the remains of the Midi wall along the river Dordogne overlooked by the park and Renaissance building which houses the Tourist Office.
Vineyards and Bastides are indeed the two jewels of this area. In exploring the Wine Trail you will discover world famous "appellations" of top quality, such as Bergerac, with its sumptuous dark red robe (hence the "purple" of this Perigord). There is no lack of curiosities: Art and history enthusiasts will be well satisfied. At the end of a rich trip on horseback, on foot, by bicycle, canoe, you will be pleased to savour our local cuisine, tempted by foies gras, preserved duck and goose in a very famous restaurant or a typical auberge.
You too come down in Dordogne, we will always be happy to help our guests to make your stay a memorable one!
Bergerac airport which is a 20 mn drive from the cottages is being served by 2 low cost airlines, flybe and ryanair that fly from Bristol, Southampton, Birmingham and Stansted.
Tourism in Dordogne Les jardins d'Eyrignac