Villa Joli Verger
Romantic, comfortable and deluxe holiday home in the Dordogne
Welcome to Villa Joli Verger,
5 star holiday home in the Dordogne!
Villa Joli Verger is a romantic holiday home in the picturesque Dordogne. The house was built in the 14th century as a nut farm. After thorough renovations, it now has all modern amenities but is still full of character. Villa Joli Verger now serves as a holiday home with a heated swimming pool. The garden has plenty of comfortable loungers, garden furniture and umbrella’s. Set in lovely grounds with panoramic views and many private spots in which to relax and enjoy the sun or shade, it has become
the perfect place to enjoy a peaceful and romantic holiday.
We have recently been awarded the maximum of 5 stars by’Tourisme de la Dordogne’ and 4 épis by ‘Gìtes de France’. This was mainly due to the high-end renovations and furnishings
A children’s bed (for child up to 7) and travel cot (for child up to 3), two high chairs and chaining dressing are available to you. All rooms have been decorated with a mix of antique and contemporary furniture. The beds all have high quality mattrasses and hypoallergenic bedding. As smoking is not permitted, it is very suitable for people who suffer from an allergy.
Whether you are looking for a romantic get-away for two, a family holiday or group accommodation, you will be comfortable at Villa Joli Verger.
Most noteworthy is that we are striving towards a environmentally friendly house, because we want to contribute to the natural and untouched area we live in. As a result we only use biodegradable cleaning products. In addition, our fruit and vegetables are grown biologically. Also we have installed heat exchangers for central heating and pool heating. Finally we are planning on installing solar panels.
Ecological vegetable garden
The bountiful biological vegetable garden provides fresh tomatoes, herbs, cucumbers, courgettes and butternuts and is a wonderful and healthy source to cook from. And it gives you the opportunity to show your children how these vegetables are grown. The orchard is rapidly growing as we plant new trees each year. The prune and fig trees already provide an ample harvest.
We take extra disinfection and ventilation precautions after each stay.
The latest Corona rules in France are as follows:
From 28 November 2020: All shops have reopened. Filling in a certificate remains obligatory when going out.
From 15 December 2020: Museums, cinemas and theatres may reopen if conditions permit. Curfew from 9pm to 7am.
From 20 January 2021: Restaurants reopen and end of curfew if conditions permit.