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Dordogne, France
Constant Things To Do

Sixty apartments and cottages make up this medieval hamlet, olde worlde in atmosphere but thoroughly up-to-the-minute in facilities and furnishings. There's something for all ages: you can swim, play tennis, use the exercise facilities, improve your table tennis... or just relax with a good book.

But of course France wouldn't be France without food - and at Constant you can let the best of French cuisine come to you. Dine in the on-site restaurant. Pick up something for yourselves at the bi-weekly food producers' mini-market. Visit a local farmhouse for the weekly dinner and get-together.

One thing's for sure: at Constant, there's no excuse for going hungry!


The little village of Constant in the Dordogne comprises a collection of properties that, having been abandoned for over 30 years, are a combination of old buildings carefully restored over time, and new buildings added seamlessly to blend with the original architecture. This provides a total of 60 cottages and apartments rebuilt in the traditional Périgord style. The cottages range in size from one-bedroom to four-bedroom properties and the largest ones can sleep up to eight people, making them a great choice for family holidays or larger groups.



Thirteen Constant apartments are all one-storey, occupying either a ground floor or a first floor and most have an open-plan layout. These properties are on a smaller scale to the cottages, sleeping at most five people, depending on property size. These one and two bedroom properties are still, however, completely furnished to just as high a standard and feature all you will need.


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Constant is part of the Holiday Property Bond's growing portfolio of outstanding holiday properties throughout the UK and Europe, imaginatively created over 32 years to combine "home from home" comfort with total relaxation. Currently the portfolio features 35 holiday developments, all in stunningly beautiful locations across 13 countries, with over 1,400 individual villas, apartments and cottages.

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