Dordogne Glamping

Europe France Aquitaine Dordogne

  • Games room
  • Groups welcome
  • Laundry
  • Walking
Glamping in the Dordogne countryside, next to France's most beautiful rural views and villages

Dordogne Glamping is nestled between some of the most picturesque villages the French countryside has to offer. As such, this small retreat makes a comfortable base from which to explore them all. There’s the medieval town of Domme perched 150 metres above the Dordogne, the riverside La Roque-Gageac with its houses built into a rock face and Beynec-et-Cazenac with its 12th-century château. All are within a half hour drive of this site which doesn’t do too badly in the scenery stakes either – and offers a pair of swimming pools into the bargain.

There are six luxury bell tents at Dordogne Glamping which is tucked among the trees that this forested part of France is famous for. It’s as good for family holidays as it is for romantic getaways with tents sleeping between two and four guests. And, if you want to take a crowd with you on a group holiday – no problem. There’s an option for exclusive site hire too (though stag and hen-dos are not allowed). Each tent comes well-equipped with all the kitchen utensils you’ll need, along with a camping stove and use of a shared barbecue and pizza oven.

The adult and smaller, child-friendly, pools, are located a minute’s walk from the tents and are surrounded by a sun deck and loungers for guests who don’t fancy a dip. It’s the perfect place to top up your tan while sporty types can make the most of nearby table tennis and badminton. Board games and a rustic little library will also help keep big kids and smaller ones occupied.

The site itself offers laid-back camping without the hassle of pitching your own tent, but it’s the enviable location that makes this such an alluring spot. The Dordogne is all idyllic settlements backed by forests and towering limestone cliffs. Day trips here are plentiful. You can join in with the slow-paced living on the north bank of the Dordogne River in La Roque-Gageac, drink in the valley views in the gorgeous village of Domme, browse market stalls in Sarlat-la-Canéda or immerse yourself in the area’s relatively untampered history. There’s Unesco World Heritage-listed Rocamadour, the fortress of Château de Beynac and the prehistoric caves at Lascaux, all just waiting to be explored. But take your time; on warm summer’s days long lunches in French bistros followed by snoozes on pool-side sun loungers make for perfectly respectable ways to spend days in the Dordogne. Just make sure you book enough of them.

Details

Facilities

We have two types of Glamping tents, the 2 person Bell Tent or the 4 person Emperor Tent.

We have a 12m x 6m  pool and large sun deck and loungers. There is also a 3m x 3m  baby / childrens pool.
We have table tennis, badminton, boards games and a library. We also have a "help yourself" organic vegetable and herb garden.
There are plenty of places of visit such as Sarlat, Roque Gageac, Domme and many more.

We offer the choice of "Couples" 5m Bell tents for up to 2 people or "Family" Emperor tents for up to 4 people in a beautiful location.

**Couples Bell Tents**
5m diameter - Sleeps up to 2 people in confort.
Super King bed (2m x 1.8m).
All bed linen included.
Camping Gas stove.
Adorondak chairs.
Picnic table and chairs.
All kitchen utensils, pots, pans, crockery and cutlery needed for your stay.

**Family Emperor Tents**
24m² - Sleeps up to 4 people in confort.
Super King bed ( 2m x 1.8m).
Two single beds (2m x 0.9m).
All bed linen included.
Camping Gas stove.
Adorondak Chairs
Picnic table and chairs.
All kitchen utensils, pots, pans, crockery and cutlery needed for your stay.

* Shared shower, WC and washing up facilities close to all tents

The pool and shower block is within a minutes walk of the tents.
In the communal area there is a fridge / freezer and a shared freezer with a drawer for each family

Other facilities include a Camping Gas stove, Coffee / Tea making facilities ( with free tea and coffee ), Toaster, Chillout seating area, Touristic information of the area and a selection of books & board games.


Suitable For

Sorry, although we love dogs, we do not accept them to stay at our glampsite to respect other peoples allergies.
It is also possible to rent the whole glampsite, but we do not accept stag or hen groups.
There are no age restrictions.

Nearby

Our glampsite is within many places of interest. Here are just a few ...

Domme

Domme surely has the best view over the Dordogne valley of any village, and is only 18 minutes from us.


Le Roque-Gageac

One of France's most beautiful villages. In a stunning position on the north bank of the Dordogne River. A truly perfect picture postcard village.


Beynac-et-Cazenac

This pretty village spreads along the northern bank of the Dordogne river, and up the hill to the castle thats poised above the village and river. The narrow lanes wind up through the traditional Dordogne white and yellow stone buildings - best seen around sunrise if you are up and about early!


Sarlat-la-Canéda

The most famous town in the region and one of the most renowned & visited in France. It is also one of the most attractive. If you like markets, then Sarlat won"t disappoint, its one kilometer long!


The Lascaux Caves

Just one group of caves in the Dordogne. Covered in an incredibly beautiful display of pre-historic paintings & engravings.


Rocamadour

The lovely village of Rocamadour is across the border from the Dordogne into the Lot department. Rocamadour is one of the Grand Sites of France. It was also voted 'the favourite village of the French 2016 and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

If you like cycling or VTT  - The "Voie Verte" is a national system of cycle routes and one passes directly by the glampsite all the way to Castelnau-la -Chapelle and beyond. 

Food & Drink

This area of the Perigord Noir is renowned for its production of Foie Gras, Walnuts and of course wine. The famous Malbec wine is produced within the region and there are vineyards within 3 kilometres that offer wine tasting and tours.
Our closest restaurant is "La Terrasse de Moncalou", which is 2 kms from us and specialises in quality Gourmet Burgers, Steaks, Tapas and much more.
There are many superb restaurants in the area in places like Sarlat, Domme and Castelnaud - La - Chapelle.

Why book with I Love This Campsite?

  • Best Price Guarantee, with no fees
  • Instant booking confirmation
  • Trusted for over 10 years
  • A chance to win prizes in our regular competitions

The Owner Says

Our family run glampsite is nestled in the beautiful Dordogne countryside, with only six luxury tents, it is the ideal holiday destination to unwind and visit the numerous places of interest or simply chill out around the pool or find a quiet spot amongst the trees with your favourite book and glass of wine.

Accommodation

Six luxury bell tents sleeping two to four people.

Emperor Bell Tent

Bell tent Sleeps 4 4 Available
This Emperor Bell tent is fully equipped, sleeps up to 4 in confort and has a raised view looking towards the pool and landscaped gardens.

Bell Tent

Bell tent Sleeps 2 2 Available
This Bell tent is fully equipped, sleeps up to 2 in confort and has a raised view looking towards the valley and landscaped gardens.

Check Availability

Location

Contact Dordogne Glamping, Dordogne Glamping, 79 Pièce de Reille, 24250, Bouzic

Show Map

Getting There

From the North (Sarlat) ...

Take the D46 to roundabout (with Peugeot Car dealer). Take exit D46 signposted "Vitrac".

At Vitrac take the D703 to Cenac (D703 changes to D46) across the Dordogne River.

Continue out of Cenac on D46 for approx 3km and turn right on to D60 signposted "Daglan".

Continue on D60 for approx 4km and turn left on to D52 signposted "Bouzic".

Continue on D52 for approx 3km to Bouzic village. Take 1st right in the village ( building with tower ).

After 250m turn left. Follow the road for 850m and turn left.

Here you will see a “No entry” sign. This does not apply to clients of Dordogne Glamping, so please proceed.

Continue for 600m and "DORDOGNE GLAMPING" is on the right.


From the East (Gourdon) ...

Take the D673 from Gourdon in direction of "Fumel".  After 9km at Pont Carral turn right on to D6 signposted "Daglan 15km"

After 3.5km turn left on to D52 signposted "Bouzic 5km"

Continue for 5km to Bouzic

Take 1st left in the village (building with tower).

After 250m turn left. Follow the road for 850m and turn left.

Here you will see a “No entry” sign. This does not apply to clients of Dordogne Glamping, so please proceed.

Continue for 600m and "DORDOGNE GLAMPING" is on the right.


Latitude 44.7282511 

Longitude 1.2369721

No Public Transport

Reviews

Add Your Review

Be the first to leave a review!

Why book with I Love This Campsite?

  • Best Price Guarantee, with no fees
  • Instant booking confirmation
  • Trusted for over 10 years
  • A chance to win prizes in our regular competitions

Related Guides

See Glamping in Dordogne