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Iris Courjaret
Le Lac Est
Saint Martin de Gurson


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Description for B&B:

The rooms in our establishment are meticulously designed to reflect the traditional charm of the manor house. Adorned with chimneys, wooden floors, and adorned with vintage mirrors and artwork, they exude a timeless ambiance. These charming rooms are conveniently located on the first floor of the main house and offer shared access to a bathroom and toilet facilities.

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Our apartments have been beautifully transformed from an old wine barn, blending both traditional and contemporary elements. Each gîte offers a generous living space ranging between 60 and 90m2. With two separate rooms, a bathroom equipped with a bathtub, a cozy seating area furnished with a DVD player, TV, satellite, and Hi-Fi system, a fully-equipped kitchen, and a private terrace, comfort and convenience are guaranteed. Additionally, for communal enjoyment, we provide an outdoor kitchen complete with a barbecue.


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To reach Le Guinot in the village of St Martin de Gurson, take the A89 Bordeaux-Périgueux highway and exit at number 12 Montpon. Travel south for 7 kilometers until you reach the village. Le Guinot is located on the street where the fire station, tennis court, and cemetery are situated.

Le Guinot is conveniently located 35 kilometers away from Bergerac Airport, 65 kilometers away from Bordeaux Airport, 30 kilometers away from the TGV station in Libourne, and 10 kilometers away from the train station in Montpon.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(3 pers.)
2 95 30 oui
Holiday Home 5 130 170 910 1190 20 non


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  • Saint-Émilion (13 km): A picturesque medieval village famous for its vineyards and world-renowned wine. Explore the charming streets, visit the impressive Monolithic Church, and enjoy wine tastings at local wineries.
  • Dordogne River (15 km): Flowing through beautiful countryside, the Dordogne River offers opportunities for scenic boat cruises, fishing, and riverside picnics. Admire the stunning landscapes and historic castles along the riverbanks.
  • Château de Montaigne (21 km): The former residence of the renowned philosopher Michel de Montaigne, this castle is well-preserved and offers insight into the life and works of the influential writer. Explore the castle's rooms, gardens, and enjoy panoramic views from the tower.
  • Château de Michel de Montaigne (21 km): A picturesque castle located near Saint-Michel-de-Montaigne, it belonged to the Montaigne family for many generations. Visit the castle to appreciate its architectural beauty and learn about the history of the area.
  • Bergerac (29 km): A charming town situated on the banks of the Dordogne River, Bergerac is known for its historic old town, colorful houses, and lively markets. Explore the charming streets, visit the Maison des Vins to taste local wines, and enjoy a boat ride along the river.
  • Château de Bridoire (30 km): This beautifully restored castle offers a range of activities for visitors, including traditional games, archery, and treasure hunts. Explore the castle's interior, gardens, and enjoy a fun-filled day with family or friends.
  • Château de Monbazillac (34 km): Located in the heart of the Bergerac wine region, this Renaissance-style castle is famous for its sweet white wines. Take a guided tour of the castle, stroll through the vineyards, and enjoy wine tastings in the cellars.
  • Périgueux (47 km): The capital of the Dordogne department, Périgueux is a historic town known for its well-preserved Roman ruins and charming medieval streets. Visit the impressive Saint-Front Cathedral, explore the Gallo-Roman Vesunna Museum, and indulge in the local culinary delights.
  • Bordeaux (58 km): Although a bit further away, Bordeaux is a must-visit city for wine enthusiasts. Known for its elegant architecture, vibrant culture, and world-class vineyards, Bordeaux offers a plethora of attractions including the Cité du Vin, the historic center, and numerous wine tasting experiences. 10. Lascaux Caves (84 km): Explore the fascinating prehistoric cave paintings at Lascaux. Although the original cave is closed to the public, a replica known as Lascaux II allows visitors to experience the awe-inspiring artistry of our ancient ancestors. These attractions near Le Lac Est, Saint Martin de Gurson, provide a diverse range of experiences, from exploring medieval villages and castles to indulging in wine tasting and immersing oneself in the rich history and culture of the region.

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