Chateau with 8 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and swimming pool in Dordogne, France
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From £6,955 per week
Chateau to rent in Dordogne, France
Chateau overview - owner's description
Chateau Fleur, built in 1611 during the time of King Louis XIII, has been beautifully renovated and furnished with a mix of contemporary and traditional French furniture.
Chateau Fleur, built in 1611 during the time of King Louis XIII, has been beautifully renovated and furnished with a mix of contemporary and traditional French furniture. Situated on a low hill with expansive views of its surroundings, its classical architecture is one of careful symmetry and alignment.
Entry is via a stunning avenue of trees past classical iron gates and around a courtyard of traditional French sculptured hedges. Once through the front doors, you will be amazed at the three storey chandeliers casting the most wonderful light on elegant limestone balustrade stairs.
Being a chateau that has never been abandoned by its owners and its current owners only being its fifth since it was built, the chateau retains the best of everything of its period. From the ornate window handles in the shape of winged angels to its sculptured limestone balustrade staircase, imposing fireplaces, full length French windows, beamed ceilings and classical proportions, it is a home of perfect light and tranquility.
The property now has a new Pavilion by the gates which increases the facilities, the property can now sleep 16 guests when the Pavilion is booked.
On the left as you enter through the chateau's front doors is a gracious drawing room, and beyond that a library full of books and a warm and comfortable TV room. French windows beyond give a bucolic view of the beautiful French countryside.
On the right is a dining room with a stunning dining table for 16 with a contemporary chandelier of cascading lights. Next to this is a brand new kitchen with Miele equipment comprising to 2 hobs, 2 ovens, a microwave, a warming oven, 2 dishwashers, a fridge and separate freezer.
Beside the kitchen is a breakfast room with a breakfast bar containing coffee machines and all necessary equipment for breakfast. At the end is a huge family/playroom with comfortable sofas, a large table and chairs, large flat screen TV, UK satellite TV, hundreds of DVD, board games, and table football. A door from the kitchen leads to a large deck which has two outdoor sofas, dining table and benches and an elegant gas powered designer barbecue.
From the deck, there is a gorgeous view of the garden with its 18m x 9m swimming pool with diving board set in front of a backdrop of sculptured trees with the woods beyond. The first and second floors of the chateau contain eight bedrooms (4 with king beds, 2 with two single beds, 1 with a bateau bed with a roll away bed underneath and 1 with a single bed) all furnished with good quality furnishings made of hard woods, marble, leather, silk and wool.
All six bathrooms in the chateau are en-suite and have been totally renovated with the latest fittings and finishes. Two annex bedrooms (suitable for children) have their own doors to shared en-suite bathrooms and also private entries if required through the back staircase. All the bedrooms on the second floor have dormer windows.
The Pavilion by the gate is a self-contained apartment compromising one king-size bedroom with an en suite, living/dining room and kitchenette downstairs with WC.
The Chateau is located in the village of St Geyrac is on the border of Perigord Blanc (known for its beautiful limestone buildings) and Perigord Noir (known for its truffles). The medieval city of Perigueux, the capital of Perigord Blanc, with its magnificent cathedral and Roman ruins is only a 20 minute drive away.
This area of the Dordogne is well known as the gastronomical centre of France with many great restaurants (some with Michelin stars!) and farmer's markets. Many grand chateaux and historical sites are nearby, including the Lascaux caves of prehistoric paintings made 17,000 years ago and the limestone dwellings at Les Eyzies inhabited by the Cro-Magnon man.
Sarlat, the capital of Perigord Noir, is another charming medieval city 30 minutes away and has an unmissable old town consisting of impeccably restored stone buildings and a medieval cathedral. Canoeing along the river and hiking are two of the popular activities in the Dordogne that should also be checked out!
Chateau Fleur is equidistant between Bergerac to the west and Brive-la-Gaillarde to the east (both 45 minutes drive away) where there are direct flights to and from London and Paris. The international airport at Bordeaux, 75 minutes away, has connecting flights to many capitals of the world.
The chateau has a very well equipped kitchen which is suitable for self catering. However should a chef be required, the custodian of the property will be able to assist in arranging one. Please make enquiries at the time of booking.
End of stay cleaning is included in the rental price. Additional maid servicecan be arranged at an extra cost of €15/hour. This service is subject to availability and must be requested in advance at the time of booking.
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Prices and availability
Updated 27 April 2017
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Changeover days and minimum stays
- 7 January 2017 - 4 January 2019: the minimum stay is 2 nights.
Refundable Breakage Deposit
£846.38 per booking, paid locally
8 bedrooms, Sleeps 16
DVD/Blu-ray player, Internet / WiFi, TV, Satellite / cable
Central heating, Open fire, Car hire optional