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Véronique Pardoux


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Escape the bustling noise of Foute and find solace in the tranquil Perigord region, where Véronique warmly welcomes you to the enchanting Regagnac Castle. Nestled on a hilltop, this charming old mansion is adorned with a beautiful flower garden, surrounded by vast clearings and overlooking the breathtaking Bessède forest. While Véronique may not speak the language of Shakespeare and for safety reasons, children under 13 are unable to be accommodated, rest assured that delightful company and delectable cuisine are guaranteed. The weathered charm of the facade and the stunning Périgord countryside will undoubtedly add an undeniable allure to your stay at Regagnac. For a reasonable rate of 100 euros per night, enjoy a comfortable room for two and a hearty breakfast. Additionally, indulge in an optional dinner experience for 80 euros per person, inclusive of drinks and champagne.


Appréciations pour Château de Régagnac, Montferrand-du-Perigord:

Un lieu magique
Review by: Maurice LARBRE, Avr 25 2018 6:52PM
Le foie gras de Véronique mérite les 5 étoiles . Le cadre est hors du temps

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  • Monpazier: Just a short drive away, Monpazier is a charming medieval bastide town. Stroll through its quaint streets lined with well-preserved half-timbered houses and visit the central square, Place des Cornières, which is surrounded by delightful cafes and shops.
  • Jardins de Marqueyssac: Situated near Vézac, these enchanting gardens offer stunning panoramic views of the Dordogne Valley. Take a leisurely walk through the manicured hedges, enjoy the fragrant scents of various plants, and be captivated by the beauty of the landscape.
  • Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil: Known as the "Capital of Prehistory," Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil is a fascinating destination for history enthusiasts. Visit the National Museum of Prehistory and explore the numerous prehistoric caves in the area, including the famous Font-de-Gaume and Lascaux caves.
  • Sarlat-la-Canéda: Located approximately 30 kilometers away, Sarlat-la-Canéda is a well-preserved medieval town with a rich history and charming architecture. Wander through its narrow streets, admire the stunning Renaissance and medieval buildings, and immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of the bustling markets.
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