This cottage in périgourdin style has the charm and the comfort of an english cottage. Le Séchoir is named after its past use as a drying oven for prunes, which are still widely produced in the region. It also served as the farm bakery and oven. Standing near to the main farmhouse, Le Séchoir is a detached cottage which has two terraces and a private garden.
This gite is built in a section of our old Perigourdine barn. It takes its name from the cattle stalls that were in use during the years that La Barrat was a working farm. Some of the old wooden stalls have now been incorporated into the walls and décor of La Crèche. The accommodation is fully self-contained with its own entrance, private terrace and garden area.