The Dordogne conjures up images of a rural life at a slow relaxing pace, often envisaged by the English as a warmer and sunnier version of the Cotswolds. The region is green and hilly, full of old villages with honey-coloured houses, castles, small country towns and plenty of opportunities for relaxing holidays.
Chateau Des Vigiers
Situated amidst the vineyards of the Bordeaux ‘Route des Vins’, this luxury 16th century château is a haven for those who want a break which includes golf, spa treatments and fine dining.
The hotel has three 9-hole golf courses with three packages to choose from. The spa has 3 treatment rooms, a sauna, Jacuzzi and steam room and offers beauty treatments including massage, scrubs and wraps. Restaurant ‘Les Freques’ has a Michelin star and symbolises French gastronomy. There is also a Brasserie in the Club House. Traditionally decorated, this hotel has an excellent reputation for its attentive staff and relaxed atmosphere.
Golf: Three 9-hole golf courses, driving range, 6-hole academy training course
Each trip is tailor-made and many different sized groups can be accommodated, but as an example: Prices start from £3,240 (low season) per person based on six passengers flying by Learjet 45 from Biggin Hill to Bergerac and staying for 2 nights in Prestige Chateau Suites. Transfers from Bergerac Airport, breakfast, 1 round of golf and 1 beauty treatment per suite included. Other aircraft and departure airports are available. Please contact us for seasonal opening dates