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Holiday château with private pool, Château Lascoups.

Holiday rental in Saint-Georges-de-Montclard, Dordogne, Nouvelle-Aquitaine

4 bedrooms | 4 bathrooms | sleeps 8

Introduction

A spectacular, traditional Dordogne château set in extensive, private grounds with fantastic views.

The elevated position of the château affords a panoramic look-out over the surrounding countryside and distant hamlets.

Fully renovated to a very high standard, accommodation over two floors with impressive entrance hall, two living rooms, fully-equipped kitchen and four double bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms.

Large lawned garden and private pool 33m x 15m with sun terrace and loungers.

The château is located in open countryside midway between Bergerac (19 km) and Périgueux (37 km).

3 km to local village of Saint-Georges-de-Montclard with bakery and grocery store and restaurant.

Supermarket in Vergt (15 minutes).


Accommodation details

Entrance hall with fireplace.

Kitchen with table and chairs, gas range oven, oven and hob, two dishwashers, American-style fridge freezer.

Door to terrace.

Dining room with table and chairs.

Living room (1) with TV, fireplace and Wi-Fi internet.

Door to terrace.

Living room (2) with TV.

Door to terrace.

Separate WC.

Stairs to 1st floor;

Living area.

Bedroom 1, double or two singles with ensuite WC, bath / shower, separate shower and hand basin.

Bedroom 2, double with WC, bath / shower, separate shower and twin hand basins.

Bedroom 3, double with ensuite WC, bath / shower, separate shower and hand basin.

Bedroom 4, double with ensuite WC, bath / shower, separate shower and hand basin.

EXTERIOR;

Extensive private grounds with panoramic views and lawned garden.

Courtyard / terrace with dining table and chairs.

Private, infinity pool 33m x 5m with sun terrace and loungers.

Private drive and plenty of parking.


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Rental Rates

DatesChangeover dayChg. overMinimum stayMin. stayDailyWeekly
04 May 29 Jun Saturday Weekly - € 7,995
29 Jun 31 Aug Saturday Weekly - € 11,995
31 Aug 28 Sep Saturday Weekly - € 7,995
Refundable security bond€ 2,000
  • Prices are for the rental of the entire property, payable in Euros.
  • 25% deposit due at the time of booking. 75% balance and refundable security bond due 8 weeks prior to arrival.
  • Bookings run from 4:00pm on your day of arrival day to 10:00am on your day of departure.
  • No smoking in the property.
  • Bookings include electricity, water, linen and towels (not beach / pool towels).

Location

The château is located in open countryside midway between Bergerac (19 km) and Périgueux (37 km).

3 km to local village of Saint-Georges-de-Montclard with bakery and grocery store and restaurant.

Supermarket in Vergt (15 minutes).

All amenities in Périgueux and Bergerac. Great shopping and huge choice of traditional café bars and restaurants. Périgueux is the very elegant Renaissance capital of Périgord. Bergerac was once a flourishing port for the wine trade. It still today has a picturesque harbor where you can take a boat trip along the river Dordogne, or a miniature train ride around the ancient town, viewing the many half timbered houses with terracotta decoration.

Thanks to the central location of the property, the best-known cultural, (pre)historic and natural sites of the region of the Dordogne are all easily accessible.

Close to Vergt, the Napoleon Museum at the Château de la Pommerie opens its private collection of souvenirs of the Imperial Family. Over five hundred objects, paintings and sculptures of which 150 are listed with the Historical Monuments, are shown by a direct descendant of the Bonaparte family in their 18th century castle.

The castle of Beynac (60 minutes) is one of the most famous in France and was used by many historic film makers. On the other bank of the Dordogne River, it is faced by the Château Castelnaud, which is great for the kids; it still has great canon ball holes in the side walls from an attack, and a removable wooden stair case. Open all day every day in July / August.

Sarlat-la-Canéda is really worth a visit. In the heart of the Périgord Noir, Sarlat-la-Canéda grew up around a Benedictine abbey founded in the 9th century. It has a distinct medieval feel about it, with numerous magnificent buildings around every corner you turn. The town's Saturday market is also a main feature with its truffles, foie gras and mushrooms (depending on the season).

Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil is an archaeologist's paradise with many caves containing prehistoric paintings and deposits.

Lascaux the famous cave was only discovered in 1940, by four young boys whose dog had fallen down a hole. The cave is made up of four galleries, the walls of which are covered with more than 1500 representations, either engraved or painted. Lascaux II is a replica of two of the galleries. The artist Monique Peytral used the same methods and materials as the cave artists so the atmosphere of the original cave has been made possible.

Saint-Georges-de-Montclard, Dordogne, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France


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