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Dordogne with limited mobility, suggestions?

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Does anyone have suggestions for a good base town and/or hotel in the Dordogne for someone with limited mobility? I'm specifically looking for a relatively flat town without major cobblestones that has interesting sites and good restaurants. We'll have a car and would use the base to visit surrounding areas for 4 days. From research so far, it seems like the area around Sarlat has the most attractions. Ideally we'd like a hotel in a town where we wouldn't need to use the car at night and could walk to dinner etc. but are flexible.

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