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France Vacation for 6

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Maison Rose is a 400-year-old row house in St-Jean-de-Cole, a village of 150 inhabitants in the Dordogne region of southwest France.

The beautifully restored three-bedroom home is furnished with French country antiques and has exposed beams, 17th-century floor tiles, and arched windows with interior wooden shutters.

There are three working fireplaces (including one in the master bedroom), a rose-covered terrace, and a garden of yew and box bushes with an oval reflecting pool. Each of the three bedrooms has an ensuite bathroom. The master bedroom has a queen-sized bed, and the other two have twins, for a sleeping capacity of six.

The owners, Mary and Jim Oppel, have lived on a nearby farm since 1994. They provide gratis concierge services--everything from arranging vineyard and cave tours to suggesting good-but-little-known restaurants.

Amenities include fresh garden flowers, stereo with a selection of classical, jazz and popular CDs; an extensive library of books including many on the region; four 21-speed touring bikes; a fully-equipped kitchen with marble counters, picnic basket, i-pod portal, TV/DVD and WIFI.

St-Jean-de-Cole is designated one of the 144 Most Beautiful Villages in France.

The Dordogne has been named by Harper's Hideaway Report (the bible for travel professionals) as one of the 15 best travel destinations in the world.

**Due to COVID Pandemic - stay will occur in 2023***


Value: $4500

Donated By Jim & Mary Oppel