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La Filolie, an ancient name from families living in the Middle Age. La Filolie appeared often as name in the Dordogne. Members read more

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Fam. Broomfield and Ware: 29-08-2014

La Filolie is just as welcoming and beautiful as we remember from two years ago. Thoroughly enjoyed the pool, tennis court etc. We visited some favourite places along with many new. We spent a memorable day canoeing the river Vézère.

The Ware Family


La Filolie is as good as we remember it - 17th Aug. 2012

Thank You.


Jamie, Alison, Luke, Ben and Phoebe (Broomfield)

Monday, 30 November -0001

Family Strand: 14-09-2012

We have had a nice stay in this house and have enjoyed ourselves. It's a beautiful place!


Family Strand from Vasa, Finland

Monday, 24 September 2012

Fam. Ware: 17-08-2012

Thank You for a warm welcome and a fantastic holiday in the Dordogne region. We have had a great time and the house and surrounding area is beautiful. Everything we needed was here and we all felt immediately at home, especially once in the pool!
Great weather, lovely scenery, swimming pool, tennis court and brilliant hosts. A brilliant stay,

Thank You, Scott, Cat, Roger, Rina, Elaine

Monday, 27 August 2012

Fam. Broomfield: 17-08-2012

Couldn't wish for more, beautiful, nothing on the website shows how amazing this place is, if I had it my way, I'd be back here as soon as possible. (Luke, 13 years)

Fantastic place. We have all thoroughly enjoyed our time here. The swimming pool, tennis court, table tennis, football goal, barbeque; not to mention the actual house ~ all absolutely first class.
Although the "La Filolie"is an extremely quiet private and relaxing place to stay it is also in close proximity to all the major "sites" that the Dordogne has to offer. 
We will certainly recommend "La Filolie" to friends & family.
Thank You

"The Broomfields"

Monday, 27 August 2012

The Sik family (from Scotland): 18th September 2010

A fortnight has rushed past although it is such a tranquil and relaxing place. It was just wonderful to sit and watch the butterflies and the bumble bees, to watch the humming bird moths and listen to the birds and wild pigs. The walk to Cadouin is to be recommended - beautiful forests and we saw deer. We played tennis enthousiastically, if badly, and the pool was a delight.
Limeuil, Cadouin, Beynac and Sarlat are all lovely. I will miss the bread, cheese, charcuterie and wine (and the barbecues). 
Thank you for a wonderful holiday.

Wednesday, 29 December 2010


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