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This newly restored villa looks down over the Dordogne river not far from the historic sites of St Emilion. Nestled amongst vineyards, and offering a truly luxurious living standard, it has much to shout about.


Nearest Airport(s): Bordeaux, Bergerac.

Wedding facilities: Two barns, the larger seats up to 120.

Accommodation: 22 in the main chateau and 3 apartments.

Maximum Guest Numbers: 120.

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Since being purchased by its current owners in 2007, The Villa has undergone two years of renovation and restoration work, achieving an understated mix of ancient and modern design throughout. Located within the Bordeaux region of France, the château stands within 8 hectares, elevated above the meandering Dordogne, with breathtaking sweeping views of the surrounding area. It is approximately 25 minutes from St Emilion, with easy access to both Bergerac and Bordeaux airports.


The main château building provides three very large double bedrooms and one twin bedroom, all with ensuite facilities, plus an additional double bedroom without ensuite. There are large entertaining and leisure spaces within the main château; the winter dining room - in the original barrel-vaulted chapel , the summer dining room with conservatory doors, large modern family kitchen/dining area, a salon, a library/study area, as well as TV room. Open fireplaces and underfloor heating add to the excellent amenities offered. 

Within the courtyard are three additional apartments offering a further five double bedrooms and one twin bedroom, allowing a maximum number of 22 guests to be accommodated on site, plus 3 fold up beds suitable for children.


In addition to all this, within the grounds is a gated and walled swimming pool (13.5m x 6m) and a hard tennis court.


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(Updated 16 sep 2016)