The old bones of this 14th century chateau in Midi-Pyrénées stand proudly on an hectare of green parkland. With sweeping views over the surrounding territory (known for sunflower and wine production), your guests will commune with this countryside on the edge of the Dordogne. Inside, simple furnishings let the chateau's character shine; stone walls, well-loved brick fireplaces, and mysterious spiral stairs suggest a storied past.
Up to 24 guests can spread out on the grounds here - they’ll especially love the swimming pool and barbecue area in the summertime. A separate apartment in the chateau lends extra privacy for a large family - it features its own kitchen and living areas, and a dorm room with 5 twin beds for the kids.
The nearest town to your holiday chateau is Tournon (7 km), a 15th century city sitting beside the Rhône. Wineries are located throughout the town and surrounding region - across the river is Tain l’Hermitage, the birthplace of Syrah. You may fly in through Bergerac (60 km), a hub of wine-related commerce for the Dordogne (and certainly worth a pause on your way to the chateau!)