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Pierre & Vacances Belles Rives, Dordogne

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Pierre & Vacances Belles Rives near to the village of Argentat in Dordogne, is a popular choice for a family holiday or break. Ideal for the adventurous families, Pierre & Vacances Belles Rives has 80 trails for back packing and mountain biking, so be sure to pack your walking boots and bikes. In a nearby stream the kids can enjoy a spot of crayfish fishing, as well as plenty of trees to go climbing and the walking discovery. Kids of all ages will be occupied by the activity program on offer at Pierre & Vacances Belles Rives or the playground, while you relax by the swimming pool and read a good book.

What to Expect:
  • Family rooms
  • Outdoor pool


Children’s activity programe (6-12 years April, July and August).


Apartment Studio for 5 people has 2 single sofa beds, a pull out bed and bunk beds.
Apartment 1 bedroom for 5 people has a double bedroom, 2 single sofa beds and a pull out bed.
Apartment 2 bedroom for up to 7 people with a double bedroom, bunk beds, 2 single sofa beds and a pull out bed.


Baby kits available on request (cots, high chairs, baby baths; on request; extra cost).
Children’s playground.
Board games.
Bicycle rental (extra cost).
Heated swimming pool.
Bakery and breakfast available (extra cost).

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Toulouse is 217 km and Brives Airport is 54 km away. Car hire is recommended.

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