Painting and drawing holiday

South West, Dordogne, France

8 days from
per person

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No single supplements
Painting guests sat in barn looking out to paint trees
Two painting students looking at windmill outside in field

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Holiday overview

Enjoy a 7 night painting holiday in lush, French countryside & stay in a secret garden paradise for you and your accompanying artists; indulge in daily excursions with your talented instructors, exploring both natural & medieval gems and evenings spent sipping regional wine in the swimming pool more details...

Hours of

Maximum group

Private 1-on-1

Included in the price

Please note that holidays do not include flights, please see the getting there tab for more details

  • 7 nights accommodation in a shared twin room with shared bathroom
  • Please note: prices are per person and based on 2 sharing a twin or double room with a shared bathroom
  • Upgrades to rooms with an ensuite bathroom or a private room can be made for an extra supplement
  • Solo travellers who do not wish to share with another solo travellers can pay a single room supplement for their own private room subject to availability
  • Check in anytime after 4pm on day 1 and check out by 9.30am on day 8
  • Daily painting lessons
  • Transportation to and from different painting locations and excursions
  • All easels, basic paint, paper, and pencil supplies will be provided, however if you have favourite brushes/paper, feel free to bring them
  • Breakfasts, lunches and dinners
  • Full use of the heated pool, massive gardens and terraces
  • A bicycle free to use during your stay

Location overview

Stay in either a charming farmhouse or converted barn on this lovely farm in the Lot-et-Garonne region of South West France during your holiday. Make yourself at home for the week in luxurious accommodation with its own heated swimming pool. The surroundings will ensure a calming and inspiring holiday with the perfect combination of exceptional natural beauty, medieval towns and French rolling countryside.

Holiday start days

  • This holiday can start on:
  • Wednesdays
  • Saturdays