Picturesque Petite Maison in Beynac-et-Cazenac, France (1 / 28)

The main level separates the upstairs and downstairs bedrooms (2 / 28)

Relax after a day of sightseeing and enjoy the comfort of your own home (3 / 28)

Comfortable main level living area at La Petite Maison (4 / 28)

Fully-equipped kitchen makes dining in easy and stress free (5 / 28)

Sleep in a fairy tale setting: Napoléan bedroom with period 4 post bed (6 / 28)

Newly finished Louis XV Bedroom bathed in local honey-colored stone (7 / 28)

Louis XV bedroom with its period furnishings and book nook (8 / 28)

Ensuite bath in the upstairs Napoléan bedroom (9 / 28)

Ensuite bath to the Louis XV bedroom showing the exposed rock formation (10 / 28)

Welcome to your French home (11 / 28)

The tiny lanes outside the house are a pedestrian zone (12 / 28)

A bistro table and 4 chairs on terrace, convenient space for evening meals (13 / 28)

Entrance to Petite Maison from the cobbled lane welcomes you home each day (14 / 28)

Arched window to La Petite Maison (15 / 28)

Early evening falls on the doorways of Beynac (16 / 28)

Side view of La Petite Maison showing thick limestone walls (17 / 28)

Symbol of Beynac on the door to the cellar (18 / 28)

Spectacular Beynac village with its charming houses and 12th C. Chateau (19 / 28)

Shop like a local at the Sunday Market in nearby Saint Cyprien (20 / 28)

Beynac Village bathed in the summer sun (21 / 28)

Spend a lazy day canoeing down the Dordogne River for breathtaking views (22 / 28)

Nearby biking path for an unforgettable experience (23 / 28)

Dine under the stars during the summer night market in Belves (24 / 28)

High-pitched rooflines of Beynac houses clustered at the foot of the castle (25 / 28)

Sunday market in Saint Cyprien is a must see. Open year round. (26 / 28)

Ancient stone sink typical of this region in a corner of the kitchen (27 / 28)

View of Beynac from the recommended footpath to Castlenaud (28 / 28)