Chateau Fleur

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  • 8 bedrooms
  • 6 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 15
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Bedrooms: 8

Bathrooms: 6

Sleeps: 15

Type: House

Chateau Fleur

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.

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Chateau Fleur
La Douze, Aquitaine, France

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The Château 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.



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