Previous summer I’ve stay for a couple of weeks in France, on a domain or estate (how you like to call it) in France, called Domaine de Bellac. The domain is situated on the borders of the Charente and the Dordogne in a beautiful green part of France: the Périgord-Vert. Once you’re there, you don’t want to leave. So beautiful peaceful with looking over a field of grazing Limousin cows. Since its surrounded by forest and a private land with around 35 hectares, you feel like you’re alone. With shopping to the local bakery as your main get away during the day, where the count the breads still on a super old-fashioned cash desk and the shopping bell rings when you enter the shop.
Several times I’ve visited this little paradise and even organized a retreat. I know the environment quite good and don’t have the urge to go out, except for a lunch or diner or to buy some groceries to lit the barbecue at night. As I was in a kind of administrator role, I advised the guests to explore the real France life during there holiday.