The Dordogne Valley is nicknamed the "Valley of a thousand and one castles". Within a 30-minute drive, many castles open their doors to you for cultural, atypical or immersive visits. During your stay, we advise you to visit the Château de Losse, the Château de Commarque, the Château de Puymartin, the Château de Beynac and the Château de Castelnaud.
Close to everything
A situation of choice
Our hotel-restaurant in the Périgord is ideally located so that you can easily reach all the points of interest in the Dordogne and the surrounding area. In a few minutes drive, you will be in the heart of Sarlat, capital of Périgord Noir, Montignac-Lascaux with its world famous caves and Les Eyzies, world capital of Prehistory.
Our establishment is located near the Vézère Valley, the Beune Valley and the Dordogne Valley to offer you a multitude of activities and monuments to discover.
To learn more about the treasures of the region, we give you an appointment at the reception. We will share with you all our tips and our best addresses.
Take a leap into history The remarkable castles
Picturesque, charm and discovery The must-see villages
The Dordogne and its surroundings are renowned for being home to many charming villages, with their cobbled streets and shady squares. We particularly invite you to discover the village of La Roque-Gageac, with its breathtaking view of the Dordogne, and the village of Domme, with its position against the cliff above the river.
Bucolic walks The exceptional gardens
For moments in the heart of nature, don't miss the Château des Milandes, the Jardins d'Eyrignac and the Jardins de Marqueyssac. The Château des Milandes will surprise you with its rich history and the sumptuousness of its gardens. We also advise you to take a tour through the Jardins d'Eyrignac, which with its different atmospheres, offers you a trip in the heart of nature. Don't miss the Jardin de Marqueyssac with its 150,000 hand-cut box trees.
A leap in history Prehistoric sites
The Dordogne is known worldwide for its many prehistoric sites. One of the best known is the Grotte de Lascaux. Just a few kilometers from your vacation spot, you can visit the replica of the famous cave and learn more about parietal art. Les Eyzies is also very close and is known for its many prehistoric sites. But to learn more about the way of life of our ancestors, we suggest La Roque Saint-Christophe.
A descent to the heart of the earth Caves and chasms
The region also offers beautiful underground walks. You will walk among stalactites and stalagmites formed by the Earth over millions of years. We particularly suggest that you take a detour via the Gouffre de Proumeyssac and the Gouffre de Padirac.