Cadouin is located halfway between Bergerac and Sarlat. Its cistercian abbey and cloisters feature on the World Heritage List as stages on the Saint Jacques of Compostella pilgrimage. The Villa Marguerite is situated in very close to the abbey.
The Villa Marguerite is an ideal place from which to discover the major points of interest in Perigord:

In the north, the Vézère valley offers some of the most renowned pre-historic sites
(Lascaux, Les Eyzies national museum of pre-history) and numerous caves.  

In the east, the Dordogne valley and its many chateaux and listed villages.

In the south, le Pays des Bastides of which Monpazier gives the most representative architectural example and les Abbayes.

In the west, the vineyards of Bergerac (Monbazillac, Pécharmant...) and Bordeaux (Saint-Emilion…).