Nestled in the historic bastide town of Eymet, on the River Dropt in the Dordogne region of South West France, we are delighted to welcome you to 52 chambres d’hotes. Catherine and Jean-Louis have been working in the hospitality sector in London for over 35 years. As they are originally from France, Eymet had the perfect combination of French and English, and they fell in love with the warmth and charm of this property and town.

We have undertaken the refurbishment of this beautiful property. The house has five beautiful rooms, all en-suite from 80€ per night. All our rooms have  a french vintage style, a cosy feel, all with close attention to detail, such as providing fluffy towels and bath robes.

In the Summer, there is also a pretty patio at the rear of the house in which you can relax, either at the end of the day or for an alfresco breakfast before a day discovering the area.

52 is a stone’s throw from the popular square, where every Thursday a traditional market is held from 8am – 1pm, with local farmers and specialists selling their wares. Throughout late June, July and August the evening market is held on Tuesdays, and the  “marche gourmand” on Thursday evenings where locals and tourists mix to enjoy and sample the local cuisine, and stroll through the stalls.

We look forward to welcoming you all .

0033 (0)5 53 22 65 89


What our guests have to say 

“Great hospitality, extreme comfort and attention to detail, second to none. Excellent”, CJ and Caroline, May 2017



Backyard and Entrance

Guest Living room




Around Us


Eymet is a small Bastide town in Périgord Pourpre also part of the “Dordogneshire”.

It has an olde-worlde charm that is in marked contrast to the hustle and bustle of urban life in England.

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Tour de France – Eymet

Eymet was a new location on the Tour de France map. It has been the first time Eymet was hosting an international cycling race of this level.

Wednesday 12th July 2017

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Chateau de Bridoire

The Château de Bridoire is a French castle located in the commune of Ribagnac. This medieval castle was built from the 12th to the 19th century. Bridoire Castle occupies a rocky spur of confluence, partly landscaped, limited to the north by The rivulet of la Gardonnette and to the west by that of the Grimoudou, its tributary. This spur is barred to the south by a long dry ditch, in an arc of a circle.

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The “Chateau de Monbazillac” is classified Historic Monument. It is surrounded by a famous vineyard, on the edge of a plateau overlooking the Dordogne, facing Bergerac. Built in 1550 by Charles d’Aydie on a very simple design: a rectangle confined to the corners of four large circular towers.

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Our recommendation -Jean Pascal Feytout


The first castle was built in 1137 on a rocky spur by Guillaume Amanieu viscount of Besaume, Benauges and Gabardan At the beginning of the XIVth Gaillard of Goth inherits Duras, brother of the first French pope, Clement V, he then benefits from the money To transform its castle into an impregnable fortress.

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Bergerac,  Art and historical town

Since the 12th century, the City of Bergerac is a commercial and intellectual crossroads thanks in large part to its bridge which crosses the river Dordogne.

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Further from us

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Our recommendation

For things to do, the region is home to over a thousand Chateaux, many of which have their own vineyards alongside. All along the road you will see signs advertising wine tastings and tours. Our favourite places to visit are Chateau de la Jaubertie and Vignoble des Verdots.

Also around and about are many riverside activities such as canoeing, kayaking, hiking and cycling, For the more  adventurous, there are many companies selling balloon rides over the river Dordogne.


Contact us

Catherine and Jean Louis have been working in London for over 35 years within the Hospitality sector and will be delighted to welcome you in our ”English corner” of France.

Feel free to contact us today to book a room, hold a special celebration, ask questions or just say hi!  We’re looking forward to hearing from you!

52 Eymet
52 Rue du Temple,
24500 Eymet,

Home: +33 (0)5 53 22 65 89
Mobile UK +44 7375 106988
France +33 (0)6 58 91 75 74


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