The Chateau sleeps 18 in 9 bedrooms all with private bathrooms.
There are also 4 additional bedrooms which are available for numbers over 18, or if you have guests during your stay, for which we charge 20 Euros per person per night up to a maximum of 8 extras, making a total of 26.
In total there are: 3 twin bedded rooms. 4 double bedrooms. And 3 suites comprising a king size bedroom, a sitting room, a smaller bedroom with twin beds, and a bathroom. There is also a kitchenette with a refrigerator, an electric kettle and a toaster
THE WEST TOWER has 3 suites of rooms, (each measuring 65 sq meters).
The Josephine Suite on the ground floor has a large bedroom with king size bed, a sitting room, a secondary bedroom, a bathroom with bath, washbasin and WC, and a kitchenette with a fridge, a kettle, and a toaster.
The Eleanor suite on the first floor has a large bedroom with king size bed, a sitting room, a secondary bedroom, a bathroom with shower, washbasin and WC, and a kitchenette with a fridge, a kettle, and a toaster.
The Marianne Suite on the 2nd floor has a large bedroom with Queen size bed, (2 X 90cm) a sitting room, a secondary bedroom, a bathroom with shower, washbasin and WC, and a kitchenette with a fridge, a kettle, and a toaster.
THE EAST TOWER: The Chatelaine Suite on the first floor has a huge four poster bed, a dressing room, and a private bathroom with a bath, washbasin and WC.
On the second floor there is a double bedroom with private bathroom with shower washbasin and WC, and 2 twin bedded rooms which share a bathroom with shower washbasin and WC. For numbers of 18 or less we advise our guests to use only one of these twins, leaving a private bathroom for the other one.
THE MIDDLE SECTION OF THE CHATEAU: (115 sq meters) on the first floor, has 3 bedrooms. Two double bedrooms and a twin bedroom, all with en suite bathrooms, two with a shower, one with bath and shower. There is also a sitting room and small kitchen area with a fridge, toaster and electric kettle.
|Size||Sleeps up to 18, 9 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Bergerac airport, Bordeaux, Toulouse 30 km, Nearest railway: Marmande, Libourne, Bergerac 40 km|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|Rooms||9 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms of which 9 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (6), Double beds (6), Dining seats for 22, Lounge seats for 18|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
The Aquitaine region is known locally as the birthplace of man, because of the many prehistoric sights that cover the region, Lascaux and Rouffignac being the two most popular, and Rocamadour is the second most visited sight in all of France.
Thanks to the Hundred years war when Britain and France struggled to dominate the region, there are a wealth of Chateaux and fortified towns to visit. The magnificent city of Bordeaux has a new tram system, making it very easy to get round and is well worth a day trip, as is Saint Emilion, famed for its classic red wine.
This is the gastronomic heartland of France. Dine on Foie Gras, Cassoulet, Confit de canard, and Magret. Accompanied by a glass of Pomerol, Medoc, Saint Estephe, or Saint Emilion, and to finish your meal, savour the rich intensely perfumed dessert wine of Monbazillac which comes from the hills surrounding the historic town of Bergerac.
All the towns in the area have a market on different days which our guests love to potter around so whichever day of the week it is, there is always somewhere different to visit,stop for a coffee and watch the world go by.
For those who like a bit of fun in the evening, there is a night market during July and August in the town of Eymet, where you can buy local produce which is bar-b-qued in the streets, and you can sample some of the wines which are on offer from local producers at their own stalls.
If you are lucky, you might be on holiday when the towns take it in turn to have their Bodegas, a night when you can roam around and sample food and wine, and listen to live bands in the streets who play all sorts of music.
In mid summer Some local towns also hold communal meals on saturdays or sundays once a month, where locals and tourists eat together at one long tressle table that runs the length of the high street.
There are many Chateaux to visit, wine tasting, horseriding in the next village, and we are surrounded by the best selection of very reasonably priced restaurants you will find anywhere.
The Bastides (fortified towns) of Monpazier, Villereal and Monflanquin are not to be missed, and the magnificent Chateau de Biron has guided tours.
Other activities include canoeing on the Dordogne, (always a big hit with our guests!), Ten Pin Bowling at Bergerac, Two 18 hole and two 9 hole golf courses within 30 minutes, Aerial walkways through the trees, with different courses for different levels at Lacapelle de Biron 25 minutes away, Paintball, and Go Kart racing in Bergerac.