Serres et Montguyard
The village has a lovely cafe offering a selection of hot drinks and cakes, and light lunches, and is also a 'depot du pain' where you can buy bread and croissants.
The beautiful Bastide town of Eymet is only 4km away, with its cobbled square and streets. A good sized supermarket and wonderful boulangerie are available for day to day provisions. You can also enjoy weekly day and night markets in several medieval towns in the local area, including Eymet, Issigeac, Duras and Monsegur. The larger supermarket at Miramont provides a fantastic range of regional specialities as well as everyday items.
Eymet provides several excellent restaurants and bars for those wishing to eat out during their stay at Les Arbres. There is plenty of choice from around the world, including France, Italy, China and even Peru!
A popular local event in the Summer months, is to enjoy Sunday lunch at Soumensac, where you can choose your food and drinks from local producers and then sit and eat at trestle tables with panoramic views towards the Pyrenees.
Why not take a tour of a local vineyard where you can enjoy a picnic, lunch or dinner surrounded by vines and sample their organic wine? Log onto www.thenakedvigneron.com where you will see that David and Amanda Moore cater for parties of up to 16. They have built up a reputation locally for tasty homemade food and excellent hospitality.
Places to Visit
Nearby, you will find the chateaux of Monbaziallac, Bridoire (great for children) and Duras. Take a trip down the Dordogne River on a historic wooden barge (Gabarres) from the pier in Bergerac.
The beautifully preserved Medieval hilltop town of Monpazier is half an hour drive away with several fine restaurants.
For those of you who enjoy a round of golf, the well regarded course at Chateau des Vigiers is just 15 minutes drive away.
Further afield, the picturesque town of Sarlat and the prehistoric caves at Lascaux make for a fantastic day out during your stay. Visit the amazing wine centre of Bordeaux at Saint Emilion. The historic City of Bordeaux with its many historical buildings is an hour away (you can leave the car and take the train down the Dordogne valley from Gardonne or Bergerac) and the Dune of Pilat on the west coast is the tallest sand dune in Europe.