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marmounier pierre yves
2 caboz
Rauzan, France


1 reviews

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price from €90






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The Annex of Chateau Taris, dating back to the 18th century, offers 5 cozy guest rooms that will transport you to a unique atmosphere with breathtaking views of the vineyards and countryside. All of our rooms are equipped with air conditioning, TV, WiFi, and spacious bathrooms with WC. Surrounding "Lîlot-Vignes" is a 1-hectare park that includes a charming 18th-century wash-house, where deer occasionally gather for a drink, making for a perfect photo opportunity. Our rustic and open surroundings provide the ideal environment for a relaxing and elegant experience. Our rooms are decorated with bright colors, and our dining experience offers a delightful blend of regional specialties. Our sumptuous breakfasts are mostly homemade and occasionally served on the terrace in the evenings, weather permitting. Under a canopy of lime trees, our popular grilled specialties, including our renowned Creole sauce, can be enjoyed at our barbecue. During dinner, you may even catch a glimpse of hares and rabbits frolicking in the distance. When the season allows, warm aperitifs are served around a campfire, featuring excellent rums for enthusiasts and a variety of colorful appetizers for the experienced.


Appréciations pour Ilot Vignes, Rauzan, France:

Review by: Marchive, Juin 15 2021 8:09PM
Endroit agréable et reposant. Un accueil très chaleureux avec la volonté de vous aider à découvrir la région.
Les repas cuisinés par Pierre -Yves sont excellents.
Destination à sélectionner sans hésitation.

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Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
4 90 115 540 690 35
(3 pers.)
1 95 140 540


Swimming Pool
Disabled Access
Credit cards accepted
Animals Allowed


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  • Saint-Émilion: Just a short drive away, the picturesque village of Saint-Émilion is renowned for its world-class vineyards and charming streets. Discover the impressive underground monolithic church, wander through the cobblestone lanes, and indulge in wine tastings at the local wineries.
  • Château de Vayres: Situated in the nearby town of Vayres, this beautifully restored Renaissance castle offers guided tours, stunning gardens, and a chance to witness medieval shows and demonstrations. Explore the grand interiors and enjoy the scenic views of the Dordogne River.
  • La Sauve-Majeure Abbey: Around 10 kilometers from Rauzan, this UNESCO World Heritage site is a former Benedictine monastery dating back to the 11th century. Marvel at the impressive Romanesque architecture, walk through the cloisters, and learn about the religious history of the region.
  • Dune du Pilat: Located about an hour's drive from Rauzan, the Dune du Pilat is Europe's largest sand dune and a natural wonder. Climb to the top for breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, explore the surrounding pine forest, and enjoy activities such as paragliding and sandboarding.
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  • Château de Montaigne: Situated near Saint-Michel-de-Montaigne, this 16th-century castle was the former residence of the renowned philosopher Michel de Montaigne. Explore the castle's library, stroll through the gardens, and gain insights into the life and work of Montaigne. 10. Château de Malromé: Located in the town of Saint-André-du-Bois, this beautiful castle was the final residence of the famous painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Visit the castle to admire the artist's works, explore the surrounding park, and learn about Toulouse-Lautrec's life and legacy.

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