A meticulously maintained 17th century manor house located between Bordeaux and Toulouse in the Dordogne Purple region of southwest France.
Chateau de Bardouly is a charming 17th-century country estate in Southwest France. The residence and park are the essence of stillness and seclusion. Bardouly is a warm, inviting estate, combining an exquisite collection of antiques with original modern artwork. The grounds include a heated swimming pool, hard-surface tennis court and 100 acres of protected woodlands. Castles, medieval villages and historical sites dot the surrounding countryside. The region also offers many outdoor activities, world-famous vineyards, restaurants and music. Bardouly is the perfect place for a relaxed retreat with your colleagues.
Chateau de Bardouly offers nine ensuite bedrooms sleeping 16 guests in total. Each room exhibits traditional French style, incorporating modern amenities with antique pieces and bespoke fabrics.
Chateau de Bardouly offer private catering. With a chef that lives on a biodynamic farm, the food is farm-to-table - fresh, seasonal and locally produced. For those who fancy themselves as wine connoisseurs, the chateau also offers meals paired with wines from the region’s oldest and finest wineries.
Located outside the city of Bergerac in the Dordogne Region of Southwestern France, the surrounding area is renowned for its distinctive history, world-class vineyards and picturesque countryside, making Bardouly the perfect home base to easily explore the Dordogne.
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