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Discover the Dordogne’s vineyards, fine dining and winding rivers

In keeping with the area’s rich heritage, our portfolio of luxury villas in the Dordogne is dominated by traditional properties. Choose between 13th-century chateaux buried deep in ancient forests, or cliff top bastides overlooking the glistening waters and bridges of the Dordogne River. Sympathetically restored, with a blend of rustic heritage and modern comforts, our prestigious villas will ensure your stay in southwest France offers access to the very best of the French countryside and culture.

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January
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February
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March
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April
17°C
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May
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June
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July
29°C
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August
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September
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October
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November
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December
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Places to stay in Dordogne
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About Dordogne

The Dordogne is where history permeates the landscapes, buildings and culture. No era is truly bygone here: evocative traces remain to be explored and discovered. Dotted with prehistoric fortresses and medieval villages, it is a heritage lovers’ haven. Each of our luxury villas in the Dordogne offers heart-stopping scenery interlaced with vast gorges, green meadows, winding rivers, and vineyard-strewn fields. And plenty of its own glorious history. Discover the Dordogne’s exciting past with a trip to Rocamadour. This ancient settlement is built directly on a sheer golden rock face. In the gleaming sunlight, it is luminescent against the sapphire sky and surrounding forests. There are countless other medieval villages to explore too, such the gourmand paradise of Sarlat. Beneath its fertile soils, Dordogne takes you even further back in time. Exquisitely preserved caves, such as Grotte du Peche-Merle, offer a chance to see some of the world’s best-preserved prehistoric art. For more active holiday goers, the Dordogne River provides a thrilling playground for all ages. One of France’s keenest havens for gourmands and connoisseurs of fine wine, the Dordogne is perhaps most famous amongst foodies. Gourmet dishes such as foie gras, roast duck breast and succulent steak all find their home here. This excellent fare is ideally complemented by fantastic local wines, and finished off with delicious liqueurs. Tuck into a feast in your exclusive, historic villa and you’ll soon have a feel for what life in the Dordogne is all about.

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