Chateau de Siorac


  24430 Annesse Et Beaulieu − France

The French architect Hector Guimard expressed that “genuine hospitality cannot be described, but it is immediately felt”. The reality of that statement resonates when one has the good fortune of staying at Chateau de Siorac. My memory is overflowing with all that was absorbed during my week-long stay. The images are vivid and rich.

From the time of my arrival I was ripe with “listening”, eager to hear what secrets the walls of a chateau tracing back to the mid-1500’s would share. To my respectful surprise, perhaps the most compelling and indisputable message was realizing the extraordinary and unwavering commitment that the Serranos, the owners, have made in bringing the chateau to its current state of irresistible hospitality. Surely the walls of Chateau de Siorac speak eloquently, inviting guests of today to indulge in the embrace of history, but the results of their labor heighten both the magic and quality of one’s stay.

Their tenacious attention to detail celebrates the best in taste, graciousness, and congeniality, embedding that message in Chateau’ de Siorac’s walls going forward! Our party of eight also enjoyed two dinners prepared by the chateau’s owners. Each was a culinary delight, reflecting the specialities of the Dordogne region and served with tasteful elegance.

The property itself is a satisfying temptation as well, offering a pristine swimming pool, charming private patio, lovely gardens and plantings, and horses and goats barned at the end of an idyllic grassy pathway. And the views from the chateau’s hillside location are truly picturesque! Chateau de Siorac is a very special property, and Jose and Diana Serrano are equally special hosts. There is much to explore within easy day trips to other destinations in the Dordogne region, and much to keep one happily content just settling into the ambiance of Chateau de Siorac itself. Treat yourself to a stay!

Chateau de Siorac

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Self Catering Rental

Chateau de Siorac, a French castle built in 1550 on a hill overlooking the valley of the river Isle in the Dordogne, is available for exclusive rental for groups of up to 12 guests.

Holiday in a Castle

Discover the beautiful Dordogne region of France

Experience the joy of living in a 500 year old castle

The castle is an ideal starting point for the discovery of some of the most beautiful towns in France

All amenities within five minutes drive

Private State

45 acres are home to a wealth of wild vegetation and gardens

The woodlands flourish with oak, chestnut and acacia trees

Private swimming pool. Pool towels are provided

Barbecue area with plenty of outdoor seating

Maleville

Queen size bed.
Walls are all covered in tapestry.
Bathroom with shower.

Comtesse

Ancient flair with exposed stone and old plaster work.
Two queen size beds.

Camille

King size bed.
Walls covered with tapestry, original wood paneling and plaster moldings.
Stone fireplace.

Oriental Suite

Occupies almost half of the second floor.
King size bed.
Fireplace.
Reading room.
Beautiful bathroom in stone and marble.

Marquis Suite

King size bed.
Exposed stone walls.
Own reading room.
Size that will make you feel in a different world, away from it all.
Bathroom with bathtub and shower.

Baronne

Full/Queen size bed, bathroom with shower.

NO CREDIT CARD NECESSARY


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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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