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Where to stay between MSM and Sarlat (with kids)

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I will staying in Bayeux for 2 nights this fall, then leaving after a day at Mont St Michel, heading toward Sarlat, where we will stay for 8 nights. My question is: where would be a good place to stay along the way, and are there sites worth seeing? I had thought of taking a longer trip down the coast so we could see Carnac, but after visiting Stonehenge and Avebury in England, I'm not sure this would be worth the detour. I have also thought of stopping near Chenonceau, but am not sure if it will be worth it, considering all the other castles and abbeys we will be seeing during the trip (several in England and the Dordogne). Another option is to stay someplace along the route, just for the purpose of sleeping without trying to add more sites...but I thought if we're passing close to something worthwhile, we should check it out. Any suggestions? The kids are 8 and 10, and the timeframe is early November.

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