Win a Week in the Dordogne Valley for Two Worth €480

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Win a Week in the Dordogne Valley for Two Worth €480

Win a week in the Dordogne Valley for two, a holiday worth €480, and discover thousands of fabulous holiday rentals all over France!

❋ Charming cottages nestled in a country lane, 500m from the Dordogne river.

❋ The Old Barn, located at Laborie, is set in the heart of the Dordogne Valley, in the picturesque village of Meyronne. It is a large stone cottage which is spacious, light and airy with high ceilings, skylights and original wooden beams throughout.

❋ Ground floor: kitchen/living/dining room – open-plan room with a sense of space and light. This is enhanced by three double French doors opening onto the courtyard and leading to the garden.

❋ The Barn has been charmingly renovated to the highest standards with a fully appointed kitchen (including dishwasher, washing machine and microwave). Also on the ground floor is a bathroom with shower and a master bedroom.

❋ On the first floor mezzanine level is an extra sofa and TV (UK Satellite). Free Wifi is available. Outside is a swimming pool available for all guests.

❋ The villages of Meyronne and Saint-Sozy with their amenities, restaurants and shops are less than 2km away.

In partnership with online rental specialist French Connections, we are offering one reader the chance to win a week for two people (maximum) in The Old Barn, for the week 1-8 October, 2022.

Discover thousands of fabulous holiday rentals all over France at www.frenchconnections.co.uk.

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A Week in The Dordogne Valley For Two Worth €480

Terms & Conditions

Employees (and their relatives) of France Media Group are not eligible to enter. The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Competition closes on May 6th 2022. Once contacted, winner has one week to claim their prize. In the event that a prize cannot be supplied, no liability will attach to France Media Group. Prize to be booked through France Media. Subject to availability. No cash substitute.

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