The magnificent Château de Siorac, sited in a dominant position in the Dordogne contemplating the valley of the river Isle, dates back to 1550.
Today, after a conscientious modernization and restoration, the french Château de Siorac opens its doors as a luxurious bed and breakfast and exclusive rental accommodation.
The rooms in the French Château are luxuriously decorated with noble materials, antiques and tapestries to provide the visitor with a unique experience of times long passed by. All bedrooms are double with their own private bathrooms, three of them with Jacuzzi bathtubs and two with shower hydro massage.
A traditional French breakfast is served in the elegant dining room with its Renaissance monumental fireplace dominating the room. The elaborate surroundings of the ancient wood paneling and original oak flooring make a perfect setting for enjoying a sumptuous meal.
The living room in this French Château is steeped with history. The wallpaper, dating back to 1842, carries the initials of Joseph Louis Camille de Beaupoil "Marquis de Saint-Aulaire". With the craftsmanship of the furniture that has ornate carvings of the family crest and the wooden beams and ceiling in their unusual French style this room is a place to savour and relax in.
The French Château de Siorac - truly memorable bed and breakfast accommodation in France.
The capital of the Dordogne and one of the largest Medieval-Renaissance towns in France. You can visit the ancient walled town of Vesunna, a Roman site which dates back over 2000 years. The cathedral of Saint Front is the largest church in the south west and one of the stops on the pilgrimage route to Saint-Jacques-de-Compostelle (in town the route is marked by golden clam shells and is also the same route that runs in front of Chateau de Siorac). There are plenty of shops and restaurants, 4 museums (Le Musee du Périgord at Allee Tourny, Le Mussee Gallo-romaine, Le Musee Militaire, Le Musee Atelier du Trompe l'Oeil) also theatre, cinema, market, shops, boat trips, etc…
From the center of Perigueux
Follow directions to Riberac. Take route D3 direction Saint Astier. Make a right onto the Château about 1 km down D3.
From Bordeaux and West
Follow directions to Saint Astier. Follow Route D3 towards Perigueux. Make a left onto the Château 1 km after the town of Gravelle.
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