Le Duc, an old Quercy Farmstead dating in part back to the 13th Century, now consists of three cottages that have been beautifully renovated as Holiday Gites along with the main house which has two en-suite bedrooms on the ground floor for Chambres d'hotes. The Gites and the house are all located around a traditional Courtyard with a large swimming pool in the gardens. While this makes them ideal for group holidays or families each gite still maintains its individual privacy so they are also suitable for smaller groups or couples.
Le Duc Dordogne Gites, France, are located on the borders of the Lot, Dordogne and the Corrèze, not far from the Dordogne River.
The Dordogne area of France is renowned for its lovely coutryside with an abundance of wild life and historic villages. The towns of Collonges-la-Rouge, Turenne and Martel are nearby the Gites with the medieval towns of Rocamadour, Sarlat and Domme only a short drive away.
Canoeing on the Dordogne River is available six miles away, bicycles can be rented locally to explore the by-ways, and horse trekking is available just a kilometre from the house.
Situated on an ancient Pilgrim Route and the site of a former Monastery, Le Duc was reputedly a stopping off place for the Knights Templar.