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Chateau Raysse Is An Enchanted Medieval Chateau In France's Famous Dordogne. - Chateau Raysse, The Whole Estate.

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Overview

Property

Updated: 20-Feb-2017
  • Sleeps 35
  • 17 Bedrooms
  • 16 Bathrooms, 1 Separate Toilet
  • Parking
  • Garden
  • Swimming pool
  • Barbecue
  • Pets considered
  • Internet
  • Dish washer
  • Washing machine
  • Towels provided
  • Linens provided
  • Wheelchair access
  • Accept Credit Cards
  • Bookable online

Description

Chateau Raysse, The Whole Estate.

The Whole Estate comprises our 3 rental properties & all our extensive grounds, combined together.

They may be booked separately, if you wish!

In all we have 17 bedrooms to sleep 35 guests.

We have 2 large outdoor pools. One with solar heating.

The Chateau - 7 bedrooms.

The Maison du Parc - 8 bedrooms.

The Pigeonnier - 2 bedrooms.

Throughout the estate almost all of the rooms have large double or king-size beds and there are several rooms with 4-poster beds. Most of the rooms have en-suite bathrooms. Any further queries, just ask us!

Outside:

Chateau Raysse emerges from 20 acres of meadows, centennial trees and wilderness. Shallow sunshine shards dapple secluded spots in the expansive gardens and desultory walks snake through the woods. In our big field, for animal lovers we have 2 bossy donkeys - Vanille and Chocolat and their companions 2 fluffy sheep, Esmeralda and Quasimodo.

Use our plentiful grounds to set up a barbecue, take in an evening meal or lounge by our 2 pools!

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About the property

FR25554

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Overview.

Chateau Raysse emerges from 20 acres of meadows, centennial trees and wilderness. Shallow sunshine shards dapple secluded spots in the expansive gardens and desultory walks snake through the woods. In our big field, for animal lovers we have several gamboling deer, two bossy donkeys - Vanille and Chocolat, and their companions two fluffy sheep - Esmeralda and Quasimodo.

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Perfect for Weddings.

Chateau Raysse is an utterly romantic and tranquil setting for weddings, celebrations and gatherings but we aim to give you great value for such a beautiful backdrop. We can accommodate 35 people maximum but we can hold wedding receptions for a multiple of this.

Wedding Facilities:

Come and visit us in glorious Dordogne and our concierge will show you our facilities, introduce you to caterers or a wedding organiser, a photographer or whatever you wish. We can show you the local medieval chapel and introduce you to a priest or celebrant; as well as demonstrate some of our special Perigueux hospitality. You can design a menu to your specification and requirements with our superb Wedding Planner and Chef. Hairdressing, make up, and childcare (French or Anglophone) can be arranged. On-site religious or non-religious blessings can be organised. There are several magnificent churches nearby.

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The Chateau Raysse Estate.

1. Chateau Raysse, The Primary Property.

N.B. Please note that is this is our premium property with mostly king size beds and accommodates 15 people at one time. For this property prices start at €3,600/ week but rise to €7,500 during the peak season. You may view the various price options in the "Prices And Availability" section.

2. The Maison Du Parc.

La Maison Du Parc is a converted annexe sleeping 16. Altogether there are 8 bedrooms. Maximum 16 occupants. It has 5 King-size bedrooms on the ground floor with direct access the terrace garden; 2 of these are four-poster beds. They all have en-suite bath/shower rooms.

3. The Pigeonnier.

Contact us for information on our third smaller property, The Pigeonnier, which can accommodate a 4/5 people max. It can be booked for a smaller group or also become a useful addition if you have a surplus of guests for either of our other 2 properties.

Our 3 rental properties can be booked together or separately, as you wish.

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Any further queries, please ask.

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History of The Chateau.

The castle’s tower was laid in 1155 for the Raysse family, allies of the French Aquitaine duchy which was un-patriotically siding with Eleanor and her English husband Richard the Lionheart against the French King Louis VII. The body of the Chateau was built at the end of the religious wars (about 1690).

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Your Stay At Chateau Raysse.

At Chateau Raysse our friendly and attentive concierge will show you our facilities, on site or off: Introduce you to caterers. We have deals with local suppliers. Ask about our rates for meals and fine dining.

Have a dip in our 2 spacious pools. Check out the local towns & restaurants and the local amenities like kayaking, cycling or golf. For children and adults alike there is the local aquapark, Quercyland or the nearby Forest adventure park like Go Ape, La Forêt des Ecureuils.

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Facilities.

2 large swimming pools.

Steam room.

Cycling. (We have bikes!)

Safe big trampoline for children.

Full size Snooker table in The Maison du Parc.

An Utterly excellent bakery less than 5 minutes walk from chateau entrance.

Within easy reach:

Walking

Wine tasting.

Fishing.

Canoeing & Kayaking.

Golf.

Horse riding.

Forest Adventure Park for children.

Quercyland Aquapark

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Location.

Chateau Raysse is situated in a lush countryside of wooded hills and hidden valleys, vineyards, walnut groves and orchards, fields of maize and sunflowers, farms producing foie gras, towering chateaux and ancient villages and towns, which scatter a landscape steeped in history.

Throughout the whole Dordogne region there is an abundance of beautiful countryside and medieval towns filled with wonderful restaurants ranging from family run country ones through to top gastronomic ones, all at reasonable prices.

In The Vicinity:

Cazoules.

Resting close to the River Dordogne and the tiny village of Cazoules, It is idyllic cycling and walking territory along dedicated paths. Our local village has a sleepy bar-restaurant and a superb, renowned boulangerie.

Souillac.

5 minutes by car, Souillac has lots of charming shops dotted around old streets, as well as a couple of large supermarchés on the chateau side of the town. There are dedicated shops specialising in foie gras and fine wines. The byzantine-domed abbey church of Ste Marie has exquisite carvings and a remarkable museum containing a large collection of automated dolls! It holds an International Jazz Festival in mid-July.

Sarlat.

Famous for its Saturday morning market which spreads from the central market square into the narrow streets around. At these times Sarlat buzzes with chatter and swirls with colour. The town is famous for its medieval, Gothic and 17th century architecture and is a truly pleasant spot to wander around. But be warned it can become very busy in the summer season with its bustling cafe terraces situated in the pedestrian square by The Old Cathedral de Sarlat, a national monument of France. Some may prefer to take it easy here in the early and later parts of the year when it is more relaxed and quiet. For others an ice cream and cooling drink is best taken when the season is in full flow. There are some excellent restaurants and it also has an active and varied program of musical and theatrical events throughout the summer months.

Lascaux Caves.

The Périgord region in which the Dordogne sits is the birthplace of modern Cro-Magnon (v. Neanderthal) man. For those interested in Anthropology, History or Art History a 45 minute drive can take you near the village of Montignac. There you will discover the ancient Lascaux Caves famous for their Paleolithic cave paintings. Only discovered in 1940 it is thought that these paintings are over 17,000 years old. The images are mainly of large animals, which fossil evidence tells us lived in the area at the time. But other depictions are believed to be prehistoric star charts, correlating with the constellations of Taurus, the Pleiades and the grouping known as the Summer Triangle. In 1979, Lascaux was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list along with other prehistoric sites in the area.

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Chateau Raysse is a gorgeous hideaway for Families, Friends, Reunions, Seminars, Weddings or Workgroups.

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Planning your Journey.

Getting here is easy as It is close to four international airports and rail.

Airports: Brive-la-Gaillarde, Vallee de la Dordogne aéroport 20 min,

Toulouse 1h 40m,

Bordeaux 2h 30m, Bergerac and Limoges are 1h 20m away (low cost flights from London Stansted).

By Road: Souillac - 3 kms (motorway link from Toulouse and Bordeaux and from Brussels, Paris and the north) Paris - 500 kms, Channel ports 8/9 hours

By Rail: Souillac is five minutes’ drive from the chateau and is right on the Paris-Brive-Cahors-Toulouse line. If you can it’s better to come by rail!

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So why not come to Chateau Raysse & dip deeply into The Magnificent Dordogne!

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About the Owner

Marc C
Member since: 2015
Speaks English, French
Calendar last updated:
20 February, 2017

About Marc C

I am Steve. I grew up in Dublin but I am passionate about France, ever since holidaying there as a boy. In Dublin I studied the Arts, French & Business & I finished my studies in Paris. Together with my brother Mike I run the Chateau. We work hard throughout the year to make the Chateau as welcoming as possible, maintaining the buildings and extensive grounds and forging the relationships with people in the local community who can also provide their time and skills to make the Chateau the best it can possibly be year on year.

I love history, culture and glorious French cooking. I also love keeping active by walking with my loving 10 year old French golden retriever: "Vicomptesse du Chateau de Plaisance" AKA Molly. I swim as well as play ping-pong, tennis and love canoeing in the Dordogne.

Marc C purchased this chateau / country house in 2005

Why Marc C chose Perigord Noir

I love France & wanted to build roots there but away from the city, with it’s sapping energies, jostle & din. I live mostly between Dublin & London. I wanted to find someplace historic & grand with clean air & rich countryside; a traditional France. But it needed to be accessible by major airports, no more than 1h30m by road & also to be on France’s extensive rail network. I finished my studies with a diploma in entrepreneurial studies & with that foundation underneath, my brother proposed that the Dordogne would hit all the right notes and he proposed to come on board as a partner. The Dordogne brims over with beautiful countryside & medieval towns & villages to explore with a cornucopia of culinary delights at superb prices. When we discovered “Le Raysse” we had found the perfect match.

What makes this chateau / country house unique

Chateau Raysse is simply stunning with its magnificent medieval tower & extensive grounds with 20 acres of meadows, centennial trees & wilderness, offering the chance for walking, cycling, playing & delicious alfresco meals. In the long summer afternoons shallow sunshine shards dapple secluded spots. The grand rooms of the chateau offer a relaxing, rejuvenating sleep. The 2 pools & steam room offer wonderful recreation & the nearby access to the river offers blissful canoeing & fishing opportunities. The local bakery offers delicious bread & pastries. The big snooker/ play/ conference room, large trampoline & the lounge/ library offer excellent recreational opportunities also. Chateau Raysse is a gorgeous hideaway with the chance to explore a plethora of local historic towns and villages.

Available Rentals

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Notes

Booking Notes:
Bookings are usually made by bank transfer with 30% deposit upon booking with the balance expected 2 months before stay.

Notes on prices:
Full Occupancy of All 3 Properties:
Peak: 22 July - 2 September.
14200 Weekly
35 No. People
Min 7 Nights

High: First 3 weeks of July and first 3 weeks of September.
July 1st - 21st July
3rd September - 23rd September
10200 Weekly
35 No. People
Min 7 Nights

Mid: June, last week of September and first week October.
1st June - 30 June
September 24th - 7th October
7950 Weekly
35 No. People
Min 7 Nights

Low: Rest of the year.
8th October - 31st May
7400 Weekly
35 No. People
Min 3 nights

1 Reviews

5/5 -
(1 traveller reviews)

5

Most Relaxing & Enjoyable Stay France

  • 5 of 5

We had a most relaxing & enjoyable family reunion in July 2014. We had 28 people altogether from all round the world,from Ireland, Canada England & New Zealand as well as my cousin who emigrated 24 years ago to Peru! Some of us had never met but my cousin & her Peruvian husband had never been to Europe together so we wanted something special at a great price. After a long time planning we decided on somehwere charming with nice weather, outdoorsy & with some incredible history. We found this chateau fit our budget & had everything we were looking for! We kept it simple& opted for accommodation only as self catering suited everybodys budget. But we did ordered a meal by a charming local woman. The place is informal, stylish & the Concierge obliging & dealt with occasional minor problems the occasional blown lightbulb in bathroom, gas needed replacing for cooker etc. All sorted promptly. He could not have been more attentive. He even brought us some local wine from his friend’s vineyard the day of our arrival. The chateau bedrooms had style & the 4 poster bedroom was loved by my sister, her husband with it’s view from the balcony & annex room for their child. My own room had a v large bed & nice ensuite bathroom. The other rooms were big & had double beds also. Most of the time we ate outside as weather was blissful. The adults had the run of the chateau pool, while the kids made the other pool their own. The estate was ideal for our family as we met or went off separately for the day as suited. The prehistoric caves are not to be ignored, nor is the Sarlat market or the other medieval villages like Domme. The local canoeing was serene & attractive with great scenery. This was my absolute highlight from the whole trip rowing gently down the river Dordogne with my cousin & my husband. The cooked dinner too was fab& of course getting to know some of our clan after a long time ≥tting to know the new family too. The estate has character & is decorated in the local style with some nice modern touches. Although the chateau was an upgrade over the maison. The extensive grounds gave the kids scope for adventures & there are fantastic local facilities like a water park with slides, cycling routes, & an obstacle course park which was adored by the kids, in particular. But relaxing after dinners with a glass of wine was a great end to most of the nights. Ideal for families & great value per person - we loved our time there & can't wait to go again!

  • Review Submitted: Dec 18, 2016
  • Date of Stay: Dec 2016
  • Source: Owners Direct, from HomeAway
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Location

From the Owner

I love France & wanted to build roots there but away from the city, with it’s sapping energies, jostle & din. I live mostly between Dublin & London. I wanted to find someplace historic & grand with clean air & rich countryside; a traditional France. But it needed to be accessible by major airports, no more than 1h30m by road & also to be on France’s extensive rail network. I finished my studies with a diploma in entrepreneurial studies & with that foundation underneath, my brother proposed that the Dordogne would hit all the right notes and he proposed to come on board as a partner. The Dordogne brims over with beautiful countryside & medieval towns & villages to explore with a cornucopia of culinary delights at superb prices. When we discovered “Le Raysse” we had found the perfect match.

Activity and Interests

Nearest Airport : Aéroport de Brive-Souillac at 25 Kilometres Nearest Barpub : Bar Tabac Les Cledoux at 0.7 Kilometres Nearest Golf : Résidence Souillac Golf & Country Club at 12.2 Kilometres Nearest Train : Gare SNCF - Souillac, France at 4.3 Kilometres Nearest Motorway : A20 at 8.5 Kilometres Nearest Restaurant : Auberge du Puits at 4 Kilometres Car: recommended

Travel:

Airports: Brive-la-Gaillarde, Vallee de la Dordogne aéroport 20 min,

Toulouse 1h 40m,

Bordeaux 2h 30m, Bergerac and Limoges are 1h 20m away (low cost flights from London Stansted).

By Road: Souillac - 3 kms (motorway link from Toulouse and Bordeaux and from Brussels, Paris and the north) Paris - 500 kms, Channel ports 8/9 hours

By Rail: Souillac is five minutes’ drive from the chateau and is right on the Paris-Brive

Distances:

Cazoules: 5 minute walk to nearest village

Souillac: 5 minute drive to nearest town

Further Details:

SOUILLAC

5 minutes by car, Souillac has lots of charming shops dotted around old streets, as well as a couple of large supermarchés on the chateau side of the town. There are dedicated shops specialising in foie gras and fine wines. It holds an International Jazz Festival in mid-July.

SARLAT

Famous for its Saturday morning market which spreads from the central market square into the narrow streets around. At these times Sarlat buzzes with chatter and swirls with colour. The town is famous for its medieval, Gothic and 17th century architecture and is a truly pleasant spot to wander around. But be warned it can become very busy in the summer season with its bustling cafe terraces situated in the pedestrian square by The Old Cathedral de Sarlat, a national monument of France. Some may prefer to take it easy here in the early and later parts of the year when it is more relaxed and quiet. For others an ice cream and cooling drink is best taken when the season is in full flow. There are some excellent restaurants and it also has an active and varied program of musical and theatrical events throughout the summer months.

Lascaux Caves

The Périgord region in which the Dordogne sits is the birthplace of modern Cro-Magnon (v. Neanderthal) man. For those interested in Anthropology, History or Art History a 45 minute drive can take you near the village of Montignac. There you will discover the ancient Lascaux Caves famous for their Paleolithic cave paintings. Only discovered in 1940 it is thought that these paintings are over 17,000 years old. The images are mainly of large animals, which fossil evidence tells us lived in the area at the time. But other depictions are believed to be prehistoric star charts, correlating with the constellations of Taurus, the Pleiades and the grouping known as the Summer Triangle. In 1979, Lascaux was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list along with other prehistoric sites in the area.

Facilities

From the Owner

Chateau Raysse is simply stunning with its magnificent medieval tower & extensive grounds with 20 acres of meadows, centennial trees & wilderness, offering the chance for walking, cycling, playing & delicious alfresco meals. In the long summer afternoons shallow sunshine shards dapple secluded spots. The grand rooms of the chateau offer a relaxing, rejuvenating sleep. The 2 pools & steam room offer wonderful recreation & the nearby access to the river offers blissful canoeing & fishing opportunities. The local bakery offers delicious bread & pastries. The big snooker/ play/ conference room, large trampoline & the lounge/ library offer excellent recreational opportunities also. Chateau Raysse is a gorgeous hideaway with the chance to explore a plethora of local historic towns and villages.

Property Type

  • chateau / country house

Theme

  • Away From It All
  • Budget
  • Family
  • Historic
  • Romantic
  • Sports & Activities
  • Tourist Attractions

General

  • Fireplace ...
  • Hair Dryer
  • Heating ...
  • Internet ...
  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided ...
  • Living Room ...
  • Parking ...
  • Towels Provided ...
  • Tumble Dryer ...
  • Washing Machine ...

Kitchen

  • Coffee Maker ...
  • Dishes & Utensils ...
  • Dishwasher ...
  • Kitchen ...
  • Microwave ...
  • Oven ...
  • Refrigerator ...
  • Hob ...
  • Toaster ...

Dining

  • Child's Highchair
  • Dining ...
  • Dining Room

Entertainment

  • Books ...
  • DVD Player
  • Game Room ...
  • Pool Table ...
  • Satellite / Cable ...
  • Television

Pool / Spa

  • Communal Pool ...
  • Heated Pool
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Sauna ...

Onsite Services

  • Concierge

Suitability

  • Events Allowed
  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • children welcome
  • pets considered ...
  • wheelchair accessible ...

Location Type

  • mountain
  • rural
  • town
  • village

Attractions

  • churches
  • museums
  • playground
  • restaurants
  • ruins
  • water parks
  • winery tours

Leisure Activities

  • horse riding
  • scenic drives
  • walking

Local Services & Businesses

  • ATM/bank
  • groceries
  • laundrette - serviced

Sports & Adventure Activities

  • cycling
  • fishing
  • freshwater fishing
  • golf
  • hiking
  • mountain biking
  • sailing
  • swimming
  • tennis

Bathrooms

  • Bathroom 16 - Pigeonnier bathroom - Toilet, Bath with Shower, Separate room adjoining bedrooms.
  • Bathroom 17 Pigeonnier Toilet 1 - Toilet, W.C. only.
  • Bathroom 1 - Master - Toilet, Bath (no shower), Shower Enclosure, En-suite to master bedroom.
  • Bathroom 2 - Eugenie - Toilet, Shower Enclosure, En-suite to Eugenie.
  • Bathroom 3 - Blue room - Toilet, Shower Enclosure, En-suite to blue room.
  • Bathroom 4 - Bright light room. - Toilet, Shower Enclosure, En-suite to Bright light room.
  • Bathroom 11 - Toilet, Bath (no shower), Shower Enclosure, En-suite to Maison du Parc Room Ground Floor.
  • Bathroom 12 - Toilet, Shower Enclosure, En-suite to upstairs Maison du Parc bedroom.
  • Bathroom 13 - Toilet, Shower Enclosure, En-suite to upstairs Maison du Parc bedroom 2.
  • Bathroom 14 - Toilet, Shower Enclosure, En-suite to upstairs Maison du Parc single bedroom.
  • Bathroom 15 - Toilet, Shower Enclosure, En-suite to large ground floor Maison du Parc bedroom.
  • Bathroom 5 - Deep Green - Toilet, Bath with Shower, En-suite to Deep Green room.
  • Bathroom 6 - Yellow room - Toilet, Shower Enclosure, En-suite to Yellow room up the tower.
  • Bathroom 7 - Back room - Toilet, Shower Enclosure, En-suite to Back room up the tower.
  • Bathroom 8 - Toilet, Bath (no shower), Shower Enclosure, En-suite to Maison du Parc Four Poster Room 1.
  • Bathroom 9 - Toilet, Shower Enclosure, En-suite to Maison du Parc Four Poster Room 2.
  • Bathroom 10 - Toilet, Bath (no shower), Shower Enclosure, En-suite to Maison du Parc Cave room.

Bedrooms

  • 17 Bedrooms, Sleeps 35
  • Bedroom 12 - 1 Double Bed, With en-suite shower & W.C.
  • Bedroom 13 - 1 Double Bed, With en-suite shower & W.C.
  • Bedroom 14 - 1 Single Bed, Small single room with en-suite shower & W.C.
  • Bedroom 15 - 1 Large Double Bed, Large room with en-suite shower & WC Could fit 2nd bed/cot.
  • Bedroom 16 - 1 Double Bed, 1 Single Bed, With Bathroom next door.
  • Bedroom 17 - 1 Double Bed, With shared bathroom next door.
  • Bedroom 3 - Blue - 1 Extra Lg. Double Bed, With en-suite W.C. & shower.
  • Bedroom 4 - Bright White - 1 Extra Lg. Double Bed, With en-suite shower room/ W.C.
  • Bedroom 6 - Large Yellow Room up the Spiral Staircase. - 1 Extra Lg. Double Bed, Spacious room. With en-suite W.C. & shower room.
  • Bedroom 7 - Back Room on 2nd Floor, up the spiral staircase. - 1 Double Bed, With en-suite shower & W.C.
  • Bedroom 1 - Master Bedroom - 1 Extra Lg. Double Bed, 1 Child Bed, Spacious blue-themed 4 Poster bedroom with ensuite bathroom.
  • Bedroom 11 - 1 Extra Lg. Double Bed, With sofa, big cot, en-suite bathroom with shower, bath & WC
  • Bedroom 2 - Eugenie - 1 Extra Lg. Double Bed, Four-Poster bed with en-suite W.C. & shower.
  • Bedroom 5 - Blue/Green - 1 Large Double Bed, With en-suite bathroom with Bath & W.C.
  • Bedroom 8 Maison du Parc, Four Poster double 1. - 1 Extra Lg. Double Bed, With Four-Poster bed, en-suite bath, shower, WC.
  • Bedroom 9 Maison du Parc, Four Poster double 2. - 1 Extra Lg. Double Bed, With Four-Poster bed, en-suite shower, WC.
  • Bedroom 10 - The Cave - 1 Extra Lg. Double Bed, With en-suite shower & bath, WC.
  • In The Chateau: 5 of our bedrooms lie on the first floor, accessible via the 12th century tower by the spiral staircase in the tower. The other 2 reside on the second floor above. 5 of the bedrooms are spacious. The master bedroom is fit for a King and Queen. 5 are king-size beds (2 of which are four-poster beds). 2 are double beds in slightly smaller rooms. All have en-suite bathrooms. In The Maison Du Parc 5 of our bedrooms lie on the ground floor. They are all King- size & 2 of these are Four-Poster beds There are 2 Double bedrooms on the first floor. There is one Single on the first floor. All of these have ensuite bathrooms. In The Pigeonnier. One bedroom has 2 single beds. One bedroom has a double bed. There is a small private mezzanine area up a short vertical ladder which could contain a bonus bed for a young boy or girl who likes to climb up and enjoys their private zone. Request needed for this 5th bed.

Outside

  • Balcony ...
  • Bicycles ...
  • Terrace ...
  • Golf ...
  • Kayak / Canoe ...
  • Garden ...
  • Barbecue ...
  • 1 bicycles

Meals

  • Booking Possible
  • Booking Possible
  • Booking Possible
  • Catering available

Notes:

  • Our 3 rental properties can be booked together or separately, as you wish. We have 2 large outdoor pools. The chateau has 7 bedrooms, The Maison du Parc has 8 bedrooms & the Pigeonnier has 2 bedrooms. Please ask for more detailed information. Booking of the Pigeonnier is available upon request. It is a more simple accommodation & its style, price & quality are more humble than the other 2 properties. It has its own terrace garden outside shaded by 2 large chestnut trees & it's close to one of our pools. It is part of the chateau estate, though quite private & independent. Climbing up to the first floor you find the reception room which opens into a fitted kitchen, equipped with everything needed. It has 2 bedrooms: 1 double bed, 1 twin bed & bathroom with a separate WC. There is also a small mezzanine space suitable for perhaps a child or teenager who likes to be private. Max. 5 people. It has central heating for those who prefer the quiet coziness of the Dordogne during the winter months. We have plentiful grounds for you to set up a barbecue, take in an evening meal or lounge by our pools.

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