Chateau de Monferrier
Built in 1611, the chateau of classical proportions and symmetry and one of the most beautiful in its area, has been completely renovated to high standards and furnished with a mix of French and contemporary pieces with all modern conveniences. Entrance is via an avenue of trees through stately cast iron gates into a chateau full of light and airy spaces. Magnificent chandeliers light the public areas within. Almost every room has its own fireplace. The kitchen has been equipped with the best appliances fit for a gourmet chef. The outdoors eating and relaxing area overlooks the large pool which is sited on the side of a small hill with lovely views of the countryside.
A manager will be in place to show guests how to use the facilities at the chateau as well as organise cleaners to keep the chateau in good condition.
The chateau is not appropriate for babies or children under the age of 10 years. There are no cribs or high chairs provided and the owner reserves the right to refuse reservations by members bringing babies or children under the age of 10 years.
Estate with 3 levels
7 bedrooms, 6 baths, 9000 square feet, 837 square meters
King, King, King, Twin, Twin, Other, and Twin
10 guests maximum
Bergerac or Brive de Gaillarde
45 minutes by car
Being situated on a small rise, the chateau has views over the Dordogne countryside.
No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
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Heating of the pool costs an extra €350 per week although early spring, late autumn and winter are too cool to be swimming outside in the Dordogne. Central heating of the chateau costs another €350 per week but this is not usually necessary in spring and autumn. There are electric and blower heaters in the chateau for spot heating if necessary. There are fans in every bedroom for cooling.
The chateau will be cleaned before and after the stay and once mid-week (but no change of linen or towels mid-week) at the owner's cost.
Activities of Interest
- Wine Country
Places of Interest
- Medieval towns of Perigueux and Sarlat which are full of markets and other gastronomical delights
- Magnificent chateaux dotted around the countryside
- Caves and prehistoric sites of the Cro-Magnon man
A Special Visit We Will Always Remember
I cannot even begin to describe how truly magical this beautiful home and part of France is. We totally enjoyed our visit. At the Chateau owners' recommendation, we had a chef prepare a full French dinner one evening and enjoyed a special night staying in. Compliments to all who lovingly renovated this breathtaking property. It is truly stunning.”