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We've stayed at the chateau during our Dordogne trip and we've regret it already at the time of arrival that we only stayed for two nights there! Albert, the owner, was so nice and told as a lot about the history of the place. Great...More
Perhaps the best reason to stay here is simply to see the property. It was in one family the Legardes from the 14th century until WW2. It was a German officers HQ. It owned masses of land in the Pude valley which it drained and...More
Very pleasant stay. Well maintained 16th century Chateau full of charm set in beautifully maintained grounds. We stayed in a spacious double bedroom, Bright, comfortable and very quiet with superb views of the surrounding countryside. Good continental breakfast. We particularly enjoyed the kindness of Albert...More
We hired the chateau as a family for 2 weeks and it was just pure holiday bliss!
Fabulous accommodation, filled with everything you need for a great holiday from games, swimming pool and books to amazing surroundings - so peaceful but enough nearby to explore...More
Amazing building with loads of charm and character. The room we stayed in was really really spacious complete with 4-poster bed. Albert was friendly and helpful and looked after us well. The highlight for us was the quiet location and beautiful grounds.
Thank Tim S
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US$140 - US$282 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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