140. rustic old   converted  farmhouse 

Region: Dordogne, south-west France

Accomodation: 30 with additional accommodation close by

Catering: up to 80 guests

Facilities: heated swimming pool, gardens, wedding barn, marquee

Nearest airports: Bergerac 20 mins; Bordeaux 1hr30

If you are looking for a relaxed, house-party style wedding celebration in a charming, French rustic setting, then this is the venue for you! 

Surrounded by vineyards and sunflower fields, this old converted stone-built farmhouse truly is picture-postcard haven, perfectly located close to the many historical treasures of the Dordogne.

Accommodating 30 guests on site in three lovely independent gites and a converted atelelier 'bridal suite', there is also ample additional accommodation nearby, ranging from campsites to 5 star hotels.  

 

Wedding parties up to 80 can be catered for.  Enjoy your drinks reception in the cobbled courtyard or gardens, followed by a long, leisurely wedding breakfast outdoors -  or, if you prefer, in the atmospheric old barn with its exposed stone walls and ancient beams.

 

The delightful hosts can offer you the choice of an all-inclusive package or, if you prefer, you can source your own suppliers.  Whichever you choose, you are welcome to provide your own drinks with no corkage fee. 

 

Flexibility is the key and this charming venue is the ideal setting for couples not looking for a 'grand chateau' wedding but a fun, informal celebration with family and friends.

Converted old farmhouse wedding venue in Dordogne, south-west France - close to Bergerac 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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