Manoir Beaulieu

From $2,143 / week

Description from the manager

  • House
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 5 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 10

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 5

Sleeps: 10

Type: House

Manoir Beaulieu

This gorgeous 4* Manoir nestles in the middle of a 98-acre estate of beautiful scenery, with 3 fishing lakes, fields and woods, and 250 square metres of living space - plenty of room to spread out.  The private pool, with jacuzzi feature, overlooks the hidden valley and lakes and can be illuminated at night.Guests can take advantage of the free Dordogne Golf Pass, allowing rounds at 7 golf courses, including Château de Vigiers, for a reduced fee.  Prior notice advised. This is the perfect place to chill, relax and unwind.

Additional amenities include: child-safe pool, ideal for kids, lots to see: outstanding landscapes, honeymoon/romantic retreat, ...Read more

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Manoir Beaulieu
Villefranche-de-Lonchat, Aquitaine, France

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Manoir Beaulieu is ideally placed for visiting the many attractions in the area.The nearest beach is at Lac de Gurson (2km) with a lake for swimming, long water slide, adventure playground, pedaloes, mini golf, picnic areas, bars and restaurants.  Montpon-Ménestérol is 15 minutes away for fuel, shops, banks, and a canoe/kayak centre for a leisurely time on the river. Castillon la Bataille (where the re-enactment of the 100 Years' War takes place in July and August) or St. Foy (both 20 minutes) for fuel, shops, markets and a stroll by the Dordogne river.  St Emilion (30 minutes), is famous for the largest monolithic church in Europe (World UNESCO Heritage site), and the view from the top of the tower is well worth climbing the 196 steps! Other famous wine areas: Bergerac, Monbazillac, Pomerol, Sauternes and Bordeaux. Prehistoric caves, chateaux, gardens and grottoes are all within driving distance. During the summer, there are night markets, jazz concerts, and a variety of events to choose from.Suggested activities: swimming, cycling, walking, bird-watching, star-gazing and golf (with the free Dordogne Golf Pass available).



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