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A little help needed for Dordogne area

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Hi,
We are travelling around France and as part of the trip we are going to the Dordogne area for one week. We want to stay in the same place for 7 nights.
We are still deciding where is the best place to based ourselves. We have 2 young children so would prefer not to do a lot of driving around.
Our interest are pretty villages,markets and just nice places to relax.

We have narrow it down to 2 places:

Aubas very close to Montignac
or
Castelnaud-la-Chapelle / Beynac

Happy to consider other options.

Many thanks in advace

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