Relaxing in the Dordogne
Bardou is one of the smallest villages in the department of Dordogne, region Périgord Pourpre, with only five houses and a restored Romanesque church (St Blaise) with a chapel from the 13th century. About 500 meters away you will find the Chateau de Bardou (private property), originally an ancient fortress from the centennial war.
The Périgord Pourpre
The region is known for its vineyards, bastides and gastronomy. For wine lovers, the famous wine regions of Bergerac (Pécharme, Monbazillac and Saussignac) are just a 25-minute drive away. Also in the immediate vicinity are smaller wine farms that you can visit and where you can taste. The area around Bergerac is full of activities.
Would you like to enjoy a unique moment of complete relaxation? Opt for our relaxing and decontracting massages (upon reservation!). You immerse yourselves in true relaxation thanks to our experience and the magical place in which you live the moment… In summer we favor an outdoor massage next to the swimming pool to savor the benefits of the countryside.
We can strongly recommend a massage at La Ferme Buissonnière!
Relaxation for everyone
Far away from mass tourism, and close to the medieval town of Issigeac with its famous Sunday market. Absolute tranquility and a beautiful view on the fields with sunflowers and the surrounding area turn your stay into a perfect moment of pleasure and relaxation.
Our comfortable rooms are all equipped with underfloor heating through GEO-thermie and located on the ground floor with direct access to the terrace or park.
And after an active day, or if you simply want to rest, you can use our swimming pool and relax in the garden, perhaps enjoying an glass of wine …
Active in Dordogne
‘La Ferme Buissonnière’ offers many hiking opportunities that start from its front door due to its special location. The short ‘Boucle Bardovienne’ (4 km) starts there, but also a bigger challenge such as (part of) the walk Bergerac-Rocamadour passes our chambres d’hôtes.
Visit caves, gorges, castles, medieval towns, traditional weekly markets where you can find local products and cozy evening markets where you can enjoy locally prepared dishes.
Or what about canoeing on the Dordogne or the Vézère? Or cross the beautiful landscape by horse or mountain bike, or enjoy a round of golf?