This beautiful, 15th-century château is situated in 30 hectares of parkland, with an outdoor swimming pool, orangery and formal lawns, with far reaching views across open countryside
Two steps to entrance. Ground floor: Hall with seating. Living room with double patio doors to terrace. Small sitting room with large window overlooking terrace. Dining room with three French doors to terrace. Kitchen. First floor: Kingsize bedroom. Double bedroom with four poster bed and en-suite bathroom/WC, over-bath shower. Two twin bedrooms (one for children, with interconnecting door to one of the kingsize bedrooms, can also be accessed from hall). Three steps to two further bedrooms: one kingsize, one double. Bathroom/WC, shower cubicle and double basin (no WC). Bathroom/WC, over-bath shower. Shower room/WC, double basin. Two separate WCs
- 30-hectare lawned grounds
- Outdoor swimming pool (private, 12m x 6m, depth 1.1-2.2m, open Jun-Sep weather permitting)
- Cot and h/chair (on request)
- Garden furniture
- Sun loungers
- Barbecue. NB: Drop over low wall at front of property.
Location: 4km N of St. Georges-de-Monclard (shop, bakers, bar, restaurants), 13km S of Vergt (Friday market, supermarket, most facilities), 20km N of Bergerac (historic riverside market town, all facilities), 38km S of Périgueux (capital of Dordogne, cathedral, Wednesday market, all facilities).
This beautiful, 15th-century château is situated in 30 hectares of parkland, with an outdoor swimming pool, orangery and formal lawns, with far reaching views across open countryside. A door leads from the terrace into a magnificent hall, hung with ancient tapestries, historic paintings and a stone fireplace. A stained glass window, depicting the family’s coat of arms, illuminates the imposing stone staircase and the original kitchen has been preserved for its historic importance. The historic town of Bergerac, on the River Dordogne, and the region’s wine growing capital, is nearby. Here visitors can take a river cruise or hire a canoe, visit the Maison du Vins, National Tobacco Museum, the weekly market, or simply relax in one of the many cafés, sampling the local Bergerac wines. The château at Monbazillac is open to the public, as are many local vineyards in the area.
Approximate distance to Bergerac airport is 5 km. Show more