The house sits on 3.7 hectares of private property just outside of Lalinde, one the medieval fortified towns that make up the ‘Pays des bastides et cités médiévales’. An abundance of game, birds and other wildlife can be seen (and heard) in the fields and forest surrounding it.
Once the last relay station for Pilgrims of the Camino de Santiago, on their way to the historic Cadouin Abbey , then a guard station and later a farmhouse; La Maison Louverie has a long history. The oldest part of the building dates to the 11th Century. Additions and modifications have been made throughout the ages.
As we have the name Chambres d’Hotes | B & B we are very flexible when it comes to plan your stay. Just renting a room without breakfast or renting the house in its entirety is one of the options. We guarantee fresh forest air and green views. The rest is up to you.
The Perigord Pourpre, known for the colors of the autumn wine leaves, is rich in food, wine, history, outdoor activities and of course the stunning nature and the ever beautiful and meandering Dordogne.
Country Life in the Dordogne