Rediat Cor

Hautefort, Dordogne
+44 (0)7811 165935
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£70 - £110
per night
£500 - £770
per week

The views are sensational, the bedrooms full of charm and higgledy-piggledy beams. Sip Perigord Noir on the terrace and amble to the market


3 beds


2 bedrooms


Sleeps 4

Children welcome
Pets welcome
Babies welcome

£70 - £110 per night

£500 - £770 per week

The Experience

Perched on a hill at the foot of castle ramparts sits a beautifully converted house with stunning valley and woodland views. It’s warm and friendly with two sitting rooms, one with slouchy sofa and big coffee table, the other with sofabed. Wend your way up oak staircases to two cosy bedrooms with iron paysan-style beds, higgledy-piggledy beams, oak floors and sensational film-set views. Just go steady in the dead of night as you back down the stairs – to a state-of-the-art bathroom with a swish walk-in shower and tub. The rustic-contemporary kitchen is a delight, with its exposed stone walls, flagstone floors, and corner dining table. Leave your car in the square opposite and spend the days pottering up and down the steep cobblestone streets and the Perigord Noir houses of the village, bright with flowers in summer. Don’t miss the château gardens, Wednesday’s market, river swimming 4km away. Enjoy a quiet drink on the small terrace, then amble off to a restaurant or bar. This may not be perfect for the very young, but for a family or two couples happy to share a bathroom, it’s bliss.


  • EV charger
  • Self check-in
  • Swimming pool
  • Hot tub
  • Garden
  • Open fire / woodburner
  • Breakfast included
  • Breakfast available
  • Meals available
  • Vegetarian meals
  • Oven
  • Parking on premises
  • Free parking nearby
  • Accessible by public transport
  • WiFi
  • Television
  • Central heating
  • Limited mobility
  • Wheelchair access
  • Mobile reception
  • Hob
  • Barbecue
  • Paid parking nearby
  • Air conditioning
  • Relaxation areas
  • Washing machine
  • Tennis court
  • Microwave oven
  • No smoking
  • Credit cards
  • Working farm
  • Owner has pets
  • Electricity included
  • Dishwasher
  • Pets welcome

Family friendly

  • Baby monitor
  • Books and toys
  • Children welcome
  • Babies welcome
  • Stair gates
  • High chair
  • Fire guard
  • Cot available


  • Pub/bar within 3 miles
  • Restaurant within 3 miles
  • Shop within 3 miles


  • Bikes available
  • Food courses
  • Kayaking
  • Other courses
  • Sailing
  • Surfing
  • Wild swimming


Nightly price
from £70
Weekly price
from £500
Damage deposit
Extra bed/sofabed available at no charge.
1 House for 4
From £703 beds2 bedrooms


Booking information

Check in
From 4pm
Check out
Other details
Minimum stay: 7 nights in high season. Short breaks available. Pets by arrangement.
No smoking
Smoking not permitted anywhere in the property.

Dog bowls and blankets provided.

Dog fee: enquire for more details.

Many walks directly from the village.


We had an absolutely lovely time staying at Rediat Cor in Hautefort. The peaceful, pretty house sits beneath the beautiful ‘Chateau de Hautfort’ which has lovely gardens & woods – perfect for walks with our dog. The charming, historic village of Hautefort has a some great restaurants (two of which are just across from the house in the old town square), an excellent boulangerie and a very helpful vet too! We would love to come back and stay at Rediat Cor again :)

Lucy, Norwich

Rediat Cor provided all that it promised - a lovely, fantastically well-equipped house in a peaceful and beautiful setting. Great location for exploring this part of the Dordogne, including the magnificent Chateau Hautefort right above us. Good local shops and fab restaurants just a stroll away which added to our week of relaxation and recovery! Really comprehensive information provided before our arrival and specific questions answered really quickly. Thank you, Amy, for a wonderful stay.

Caroline, Oxton, Wirral

What a beautiful house in a fantastic situation! We loved our stay at Rediat Cor, everything we needed was there. There is a surfeit of choices to eat out in Hautefort but the kitchen is well equipped for preparation of food you can buy in the local shop and markets. Slept very well and enjoyed the terrace to eat outside or catch some sun. It is well placed for trips out bit within very short distances we went kayaking on the Auvezere river-fantastic; toured the chateau and visited the amazing caves at Tourtoirac. Exceeded our expectations.

Sarah, North Yorkshire

We spent a wonderful week at Rediat Cor. The house doesn't feel like a rental cottage at all with lots of personal touches and comfortable furnishings. We enjoyed the local markets, day trips to Perigueux and Bergerac and evening walks with our dog iin the village. The outdoor space is perfect for eating and people watching. Definitely one to return to!

Laura, Paris

We really loved this house, it’s setting and the warm welcome we received in after 3-4 months of staying at home during the coronavirus lockdown. Despite the pandemic we felt very welcome in hautefort and surrounding villages (loved the Thursday Excideuil market) and enjoyed swimming at Trémolat. The Hautefort boulangerie was excellent (especially the weekend specials) and we’ve driven back with a car full of wine and treats from the Levy charcuterie! The weather was glorious (25-28 degrees) so we enjoyed eating all our meals, breakfast, lunch on the terrace or at the local restaurants

Helen, Norwich

We loved this very special place from the moment we turned the corner in to the fairy tale square, with it’s beautiful architecture and illuminated lime hill trees. We visited in November so the log fire & under floor heating was an added bonus. Beautiful furnishings and accessories in this authentic cosy bolt hole. We loved it so much when the weather was poor we welcomed the chance to snuggle in front of the fire with a good book. Great restaurants almost next door and the best Boulanger for miles. This has become one of our special places and we returned again two years later.

Ali, Wellington UK

Perched on the old town square of the beautiful village Hautefort, Rediat Cor is a unique and welcoming house to stay in. The interior has been lovingly restored and the three of us immediately felt comfortable being there as did our Whippet Pearl. Hautefort is a great base to explore the Perigord Vert, both locally and further afield. The village offers great restaurants and a fun bar. There are good markets of all types around and a variety of activities such as swimming in nearby lakes, pools and kayaking. Périgueux is also close for a quick dip into city life. Thank you so much Amy.

Helen, Jan and Gabe, Bristol

We spent a wonderful week in Rediat Cor ..the views of the chateau above and the surrounding ambiance is magical. Amy's thoughtfulness of providing comfort and all the necessary on every floor and all rooms. Relaxing on the terrace with lavender and green succulents, the village below and swallows flying above was very uplifting. Hautefort Chateau and village are worthy of all the written and spoken praise. There is much to discover in this fascinating area, and when not out and about Rediat Cor beckons to relax, enjoy and day dream..utter bliss ! An experience to repeat..Carole and Wilf

Carole, Frankfurt am Main

We really enjoyed our stay in Hautefort, a typical French village with family run restaurants, a boulangerie, deli, brocante and its own majestic chateau. Rediat Cor is delightful, homely and full of character with a sunny, private terrace. The local area is rural and we saw wild deer, woodpeckers, a red squirrel and birds of prey not afraid to swoop quite low! Nearby there is swimming, canoeing… and all that the Dordogne has to offer including colourful markets, world famous cave art and lots of medieval towns. The perfect place to unwind with a glass of wine! Thank you Amy.

Amanda, Cambridge

Amy’s house is just beautiful. The views are stunning and the village of Hautefort has everything you could want from a French holiday. 3 fantastic restaurants on the doorstep, a wonderful boulangerie & charcuterie/deli 5 minutes walk away. Along with the most stunning chateau that you can see from the bedroom window. We had a fabulous week, our dog Monty was also made most welcome and we would love to return sometime in the near future.

Heidi, Hitchin

We had a lovely holiday at Rediat Cor with our dog. The house is a very well equipped holiday home, located close to some excellent restaurants. It’s a great base for exploring the Dordogne.

Feargal, London

We had a delightful stay at Rediat Cor. It’s location is ideal and it is a beautifully decorated and equipped . Three wonderful restaurants within 20 mtrs from your doorstep. Highly recommended

Virginia, Anglesea, Victoria

We had a wonderful holiday at Rediat Cor with our 9 month old daughter. The house is by far the best equipped holiday home we’ve ever stayed in: not only is it like cooking in a Masterchef kitchen, but there’s everything you’d need for children too (nice travel cot, pram, baby monitor, potty, stair gates, toys etc). The house is just beautiful and the views stunning. It was our second visit, and I’m sure we’ll be back for a third one day!

Emma, London

Wonderful cottage, village, Baker, butcher, restaurants, people, market and walks. We have been coming to france for holidays many years not every year but I would guess at at least 40 years they have all been great but we think this was the best.

David, Canterbury

Rediat Cor is a stunning, well equipped property. The interior design creates a wonderful ambient atmosphere. The views from the house are magnificent, with several excellent restaurants literally steps away from the front door. We found plenty to do both close by, as well as further afield. Rediat Cor truly is a special place to stay and we have no doubt we will return. Amy, the owner, is extremely helpful and provides plenty of useful information to enhance your stay in Hautefort and surrounding areas. Catherine and Martin Harvey

Martin, Luton

We had a brilliant stay at Rediat Cor, so good that we have already booked to go back next year for two weeks. All very good, particularly comfy beds and excellent shower. Also very clean. Several really good restaurants within easy walking distance.

Carolyn, Wighton, Wells next the Sea

Amy's house is beautiful and immaculate in every sense. Her thoughtfulness is evident in all respects from the way in which the house is decorated and equipped to the way in which every type of guest is catered for. The house is located right at the heart of a very vibrant village. There are two fantastic restaurants which are within 10 paces of the front door!! The chateaux which is just behind the house provides a itself is fantastic on the inside and to wander through the gardens. There is lots of lovely walking too. A highlight of our visit was the very cool new visitor centre at Lascuax

Victoria, Brighton

We had a lovely stay at Amy's! It's a delightful cottage situtated in the old town of a charming french country village. The house had everything one could ask for. There is a local supermarket nearby, aprox. 15-20 min on foot and there are many very good restaurants. Don't forget to visit the local antique store!


A little piece of perfect France Perfection a beautifully cared for property with stylish fit out The attention to detail is amazing the best foodies kitchen lots of space. Large bedrooms and living area beautiful views This really is a 5 star property in a gorgeous village

Jen, Cairns

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Rediat Cor. The property is beautifully presented and equipped with everything we could possibly need. The position on the village square was stunning and we had a superb evening meal in the restaurant opposite. The village itself is beautiful and after each day trip we felt that we were returning to the best place of all. We would definitely come back to this idyllic spot and Rediat Cor. Amy was a very helpful and accommodating host. 10 out of 10!

Jude, Oxford

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The neighbourhood

Local points of interest from Amy Anson

  • A french retreat nestled in the heart of Hautefort, the house sits directly beneath the beautiful and imposing ‘Chateau de Hautefort’ and overlooks a tranquil village square. Rediat Cor and the village feature in the film ‘Plenty’ starring Meryl Streep!
  • A delightful boulangerie for your morning breads and pastries, a boucherie /charcuterie offering plenty of local meats and cheeses and several cafes and restaurants are just a 5-minute stroll away in the village.
  • The local Auvézère river and many lakes within easy reach, offer adventure and endless opportunities for canoeing, swimming, fishing and windsurfing. Or perhaps take a picnic and simply relax in the sun on a river bank.
  • Numerous hiking trails and bike routes start from the village and wind through the surrounding lush countryside. Bikes can easily be hired nearby and delivered to your door at Rediat Cor.
  • In the summer evenings you will see hot air balloons flying over the village. Lift off is usually at the foot of the chateau and is an exhilarating way to take in the local scenery!
  • The Lascaux caves, Brantome ‘the Venice of the Périgord’, the vibrant medieval town of Sarlat and the Dordogne with its stunning chateaux are all close by and offer memorable day trips across this beautiful and extensive region.