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Dordogne, France


The hamlet of Constant has been rebuilt in the traditional Périgord style, and a number of single-storey apartments have been built throughout the grounds. Constant sits in a high position on a hilltop that enjoys great views over the surrounding beautiful landscape, wooded slopes and farmland. Constant comprises a combination of rustic stone properties and newer builds; all are traditionally painted and have steep-pitched tiled roofs creating that classic cottage look. A range of different-sized apartments are available and they are each furnished and equipped to a high standard, with all that you could need during your stay.

The two two-bedroom apartments can accommodate four and five guests, while the remaining one-bedroom units can sleep up to three people, with a Z-bed provided where necessary. This makes the apartments well suited to couples or small families looking to explore the fantastic Dordogne region. Two of the apartments have been adapted for accompanied wheelchair users, and one is pet-friendly. All apartments have an outside area – a terrace, patio or balcony – to sit out and enjoy the warm evening air.


All the apartment properties feature either double or twin beds, and extra sleeping facilities are provided for those apartments that have the capacity for extra guests. Every room is well furnished and the living areas are comfortable and relaxing. Kitchens are full of all the pots, pans, utensils, crockery and appliances you will need and a television and DVD player is also provided in each of the properties for those quiet evenings in together.


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