The gite is in a pretty area, with a garden that has beautiful view over neighboring fields. However, to get on/off the driveway is a blind bend - it can be quite dangerous given the speed of cars on the road!.
Inside the gite, it's a very rustic feel with stone walls and low wooden beams (mind your head!) - you might want to pack some warmer clothes for the evenings as it can get very cold, and unfortunately when we stayed, the central heating & wood burner weren't in use.
The beds are comfortable, the bathrooms were spotless - the water pressure in the showers is ok, might just take a bit longer to wash long hair.
The garden is BIG, great to play a small game of rounders or cricket etc, with a barbeque and garden table with umbrella on the patio. There's a really good exterior light too to enable you to enjoy the nights.
There's English TV and an impressive collection of DVDs (it is also possible to watch French TV too). There is wifi, but only in certain areas. The bedroom with a sloped wooden roof has great wifi, as does the connecting bathroom. The blue bedroom has no wifi, the kitchen has minimal/patchy connection, the living room has fluctuating connection. But, we got good signal/roaming on our phones in the garden and areas with no wifi so we got around this.
Ronald provided refreshments in the fridge as we arrived after all shops had closed (On a Sunday, they all close at 12 noon) which was very much appreciated. Unfortunately, we didn't get a response when we contacted him about the heating which left us quite cold in the evenings, but he seemed a nice guy when he checked us in, and checked us out.
I would say if you're considering this gite, it's worth it but don't go down the stairs in socks!! The floors are wood and very polished - very pretty, but also very slippy. We had quite a few tumbles down the stairs if we forgot to go barefoot/wear slippers.
If you have children, then Parc de Reynou and Perigord Aquarium & Jungle Golf are a must do. Jumilhac chateau and village are very pretty.