La Longere is set back 750 metres from the north bank of the Dordogne river, right on the border of two quaint villages (St Vincent-de-Cosse and Bezenac) and midway between the more famous towns of Beynac-et-Cazenac and Saint Cyprien. The old limestone barn is set up on the hill-side with sweeping views to the south across the walnut groves and asparagus fields of the Dordogne Valley. The famous Chateau des Milandes can be seen in the distance to the east and the river itself nestles below the treeline to the south.
Directions from Beynac
From Beynac-et-Cazenac, continue on the D703 towards Saint Cyprien. After 1.8km you will pass the Chateau de Monrecour on your right. After a further 2.1km there is a small road on the right which is signposted "Le Peyrat". Take this turning and La Longere can be found after approximately 250 metres on the right hand side.
Directions from Saint Cyprien
From the Carrefour in Saint Cyprien, head towards Beynac-et-Cazenac and Sarlat-La-Caneda on the D703 eastwards. After 1.9km you will pass Le Bistrot D'Epicure on the left hand side. After a further 1.9km you will pass the delightful patisserie "Les Gourmandises de Lucco" on the right hand side. Carry on for another 1.7km and you will see a small road on the left which is signposted "Le Peyrat". Take this turning and La Longere can be found after approximately 250 metres on the right hand side.