La Meynardie is located just outside the picturesque village of Siorac de Ribérac in the ‘Perigord Vert’ region of the Department of the Dordogne in south-west France. La Meynardie is a local ‘manoir’ of considerable charm and character which dates back to the 12th century. Once a small monastery, and until the last century a château, La Meynardie has had a close historical association with the Romanesque church of Siorac de Ribérac which is perched on the hillside a short walk up the valley. The ‘manoir’ has been carefully restored over the past 25 years. It is now the permanent home of Judith & Nigel Nicholson and their three children.
Adjacent to the ‘manoir’ is a large stone barn in a beautiful setting which has recently been converted into a spacious, four-bedroom holiday home known as ‘Kabarole’ with access to a hillside swimming pool. The house provides comfortable, self-catering accommodation for up to eight people, suitable for a large family or a group of friends. Outside the high season rates can be adjusted to suit smaller groups or a couple. The ground floor is specifically designed for people with limited mobility including wheelchair access.
In early 2013 ‘Kabarole’ was evaluated by the Committee of Tourism for the Department of the Dordogne and was officially awarded a three star classification for its accommodation and facilities.