Chateau de la Treyne was built in 1342 and is a romantic dream castle overlooking the Dordogne river in southwest France, in the Quercy /Périgord region, located smack in the heart of one of France’s most renowned gastronomic areas. With a Michelin starred gourmet restaurant decorated in good taste and discreet luxury.
Overhanging the Dordogne, the castle combines the authenticity of past, the stamp of comfort and the highest quality standard of a listed site...The French formal garden is surrounded by 120 hectares of forest.
All of our guest chambers are elegantly appointed and furnished and feature various amenities including air conditioning, satellite TV and elevator access. Some of them overlook the Dordogne River while the others look out over a formal garden.
Philippe and Stéphanie Gombert handle the art of living to perfection: rich and refined bedrooms, breakfast in the shade of ancient cedars, Dinners take place either in the Louis XIII formal dining room, classified as a historic monument, or out back on the romantic, freshly renovated terrace jutting out over the Dordogne River, weather and availability permitting.
For your personal recreation, you will enjoy on our grounds an assortment of outdoor amenities including an infinity heated pool, a quick tennis court, 300 acres of woodland and a formal garden.
To make your stay even more enjoyable, we will be happy to make any arrangements you want for a variety of recreational activities from cycling, canoeing and caving to horseback or even hot air balloon riding!
Our region has a rich and interesting heritage which we will be delighted to make you discover through some of the most beautiful sights to catch!
There are 12 Rooms, 2 Suites & 2 Apartments
16 personalized bedrooms and apartments welcome up to 50 people : eight bedrooms can welcome a couple and two children who will sleep together in the sofa-bed. Two apartments have an adjoining lounge and sofa-beds.
All the rooms are accessible by elevator and equipped with: Satellite television, Minibar, Safe, Phones, Air conditioning, WiFi equipped.
The Castle, which is ideally located overlooking the Dordogne, is surrounded by grounds embellished by a French formal garden, rare species of trees and ancient cedars. Quick tennis court.
You're looking for well-being and relaxing break away; the new heated swimming-pool with overflow is at your service.
The Château de la Treyne is surrounded by 120 hectares of a private forest where you can found typical pubescent oaks of the Causses of Quercy, truffle-oaks, hornbeams and boxwoods.
Numerous trails are maintained in the area and let you make pleasant hikes. Nouba and Volta our faithful Labradors, will maybe come with you during your walks.
If you prefer going jogging, the former path of the Postman, cut in the cliff, will give you beautiful sights on the Dordogne.
You can go fishing on one of the fullest of fish river of France,
The Dordogne takes its source in the Massif Central and crosses our region to reach the Atlantic.
A great many fishermen tease the pikes, pike-perches, roaches, eels and lampreys.
The Dordogne is the paradise of canoe.
Thanks to the nearest COPEYRE base, situated in Meyronne, you will go down the river to La Treyne. An unforgettable descent. (This one will take 2 hours with picnic and bathe).
A first flight in balloon or helicopter from the gardens of the castle remains a privileged moment.
The Château de la Treyne, between Perigord and Quercy, is an ideal stop-off point to discover one of the most beautiful region of France :
The Quercynoise Valley: Martel, Carennac, Loubressac, Souillac, Rocamadour.
The Dordogne Valley : Château Fenelon, Montfort, Castelnaud, Milandes, Bastide of Domme (fortified city), La Roque Gageac, Beynac castle,
The Vézère valley, Prehistoric site of "Les Eyzies", prehistoric caves of Lascaux, Losse castle, Fond de Gaume 's caves,
The medieval town of Sarlat, Eyrignac’s Garden, Marquessac Garden. Bastide of Domme (fortified city), La Roque Gageac or Benac.
Padirac and its famous natural cave, Lacave's caves, Turenne, Collonges la Rouge, Cahors, St-Cirq-Lapopie, Pech-Merle's cave, Figeac, Gourdon...
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