112. luxury 19th century château 

Region:  Dordogne, south-west       Guests:  up to 150      Sleeps:  43

In the south-west of France, in the footsteps of Richard the Lionheart, surrounded by rolling green hills and beautiful walnut orchards. Choose the most romantic place in Europe for the most romantic day of your life. 

 

The chateau was built in 1840 and, along with the cottage, can sleep up to 43 guests. Wedding receptions in the marquee can cater for up to 150 people. The chateau and guest house have been recently renovated to a high standard of luxury and are elegantly decorated with valuable antiques. The chateau stands in an enclosed private park of 12 acres complete with pool, tennis court and fruit orchard. 

 

The perfect place to create your dream wedding, as well as a memorable week or weekend with your friends and family.  You can organise BBQ’s by the pool, brunch on the terrace, rehearsal dinner in the grand dining room and the list goes on! The important thing to remember is that the chateau is your private home throughout your stay, and you can plan it anyway you like in order to suit your budget. A range of services are available such as private chef, maid service, breakfasts, baby sitters etc.

At a glance

Open:  May to end September
 
Airports:  Limoges and Brive 50 minutes; Bergerac 1hr30m; Bordeaux 2hrs
Accommodation nearbyyes 
Catering:  choice of venue approved caterers 
BYO:  yes - no corkage
Swimming pool:  yes 
Tennis court:  yes
WIFI:  yes
Luxury 19th century chateau - the perfect venue for your wedding in South West France. Aquitaine incl. Dordogne & Midi-Pyrenées. An undeniably romantic region with stunning scenery, delicious food, renowned Bordeaux & Cahors vineyards, a warm welcome and reputedly 1001 chateaux in the Dordogne alone....which one will you chose? Start your search in Agen, Angouleme, Armagnac, Bergerac, Beynac, Biarritz, Brantome, Cahors, Dax, Gascony, Lourdes, Pau, Perigueux, Riberac, Rocamadour, Sarlat or Toulouse. 
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