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Judith & Richard W - verified booking
"We had a wonderful four-night stay in the charming Chateau in August 2017. Wow, what luxury especially after 28 days walking the Pilgrimage walk from Lisbon to Santiago Compostela! This two-bedroom apartment is located in the right wing of the chateau. We were envisaging an apartment of similar size to the one we had left behind in Sydney, but this apartment is massive with high, sweeping ceilings and loads of space. You could fit our Sydney apartment into this one three times over! The decor is exquisite and in keeping with chateau living. The living space is located downstairs and consists of a very generous sized and well-equipped kitchen and a large dining table, as well as a separate formal sitting room. Upstairs you will find the stylish bathroom, a separate toilet, laundry, a TV area and two generous bedrooms with comfortable beds. The views from upstairs over the village and surrounding vineyards are very picturesque. Outside, there is a good-sized courtyard for enjoying cheese and wine and the sun, as well as an area for playing pétanque. It is located in a charming but small village in Dordogne, very close to the Bordeaux region - wine country!!! What’s not to love??!! You will need a car to get to the nearest town and to give yourself more options for eating, including access to a supermarket, and to get out and about to explore the surrounding towns and wineries. There is so much history and beautiful places to discover. In our limited time there we attempted to visit a couple of local wineries, visited nearby Saint Emilion and ventured further a field to a brocante in Beaumont du Perigord, the fortified town of Monpazier, and the impressive Chateau Losse and Gardens. Thanks for a fabulous stay. We hope to visit again one day!"
Andy L - verified booking
"We spent a fabulous week in August at Chateau de la Cheine - three ex-schools pals with assorted spouses and teenage offspring. The Chateau is a short drive from Bergerac (and nearby airport) and set in its own spacious grounds, with swimming pool and outdoor dining area. The Chateau itself could easily accommodate 16 of us plus baby, with room (and bathrooms!) to spare. Despite its size and air of French grandeur, we quickly felt at home there. On the ground floor there are several large communal rooms, but because of the excellent weather, we spent most of our waking hours outdoors. There is a large, well-equipped kitchen, as well as a games room where the younger members of the group could play pool (hooray!). There was plenty to see & do nearby - Bergerac and its food market are worth a day's visit in their own right - but, most of the time we preferred to relax by the poolside & enjoy the French countryside. Our host, Karen, lives nearby and was a good source of information and advice about things to see and do. For a small extra charge, and by prior arrangement, Karen cooked us a delicious three course meal (plus wine) on our first night. This was a really welcome start to the holiday as we were all weary from our travels. Highly recommended. Our only suggestion would to be to make sure you book two weeks and not one, to give yourselves time to unwind in this stunning holiday destination."
Martin - verified booking
"As you know we had a wonderful week. For our family this was a particularly special week - it being my parents Golden Wedding. In many ways that increases the expectations that everyone has of the place we are staying and how the week will go. The Chateau was an exceptionally good place to spend a week as an extended family. There was enough space for all of us despite our very varied ages. The pool was a delight, and it was far enough from the house that the youngest children were easy to keep under observation. The gardens were big enough for games of manhunt and the table tennis table added to the afternoon games. Eating outside in a space where we were comfortable as a group of 21 is a tough expectation, but it was perfectly met. We had one particularly wonderful evening when we celebrated my parents wedding anniversary. The rooms were all lovely. The all exuded delightful french charm with lovely views. There was plenty of space. Again, having a games room inside was a pleasure - one the children of all ages enjoyed. We know the area around Bergerac fairly well, but even so, it was great to spend time in this most lovely part of France. Overall, we were very well looked after in what was a perfect place for our family celebrations. I could not recommend the Chateau more highly."
Alison - verified booking
"What can I say? If only there was a six-star rating. We (a group of about 25 wine lovers, ranging from babies to retirees) have been coming here for years, for an annual get-together. Lucky us. Prior to finding Chateau Le Maurin Estate, we used to try a new location every couple of years (France, Belgium, Devon...) but once we found this, we couldn't beat it. The arrangement of the accommodation and facilities are everything we need: kids, teenagers, parents, all happy - with enough space to do our own thing, and enough space to congregate together inside or out, and watch the stars from the terrace. Good sized pool, solid functional utilities (i.e. no surprises with plumbing, washing, kitchen etc), acres of land, trampolines, games room, all get put through their paces by our group. Lovely lanes to run/cycle/explore, vineyards to visit (or be visited by!), huge supermarket and shops a short drive away. All with a sense of blissful isolation when on the property. Amanda and her team keep this gorgeous building beautifully, effortlessly tasteful and comfortable. They are very helpful and easy to deal with."
Martine, Jules et Louise - verified booking
"Voyageant seule avec mes deux enfants, j'ai fait étape à la Tour St Therese. Ici, tout est charme, sérénité et invitation à la paresse... On peut bouquiner dans le jardin, siroter son sirop de pêche près de la piscine, discuter dans la grande cuisine, explorer l'immense et beau jardin ou y dîner! l'accueil est tellement bienveillant, la demeure historique est si belle (avec des chambres spacieuses), la décoration cultive l'héritage de cet ancien prieuré par petite touche délicate ( un mobilier choisi avec un goût sûr, du linge de lit ancien) Tout est parfait : les attentions de la maîtresse de maison, sa table d'hôte généreuse qui ravit aussi les petits - contactée sur la route afin de confirmer que le menu convenait au enfants!) Oui Paula sait recevoir (un grand espace jeu pour les enfants à l'étage avec TV, billard, lego, jeux de société, ...) et sa maison est des plus accueillante. Elles nous ont conquis les enfants et moi : on s'y est senti comme à la maison ou chez une amie qui prend soin de vous... Allez-y vous ne serez pas déçus, nous on y retournera, c'est sûr !"