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.
Chateau de la Treyne is part of The JP Moser Hotel & Chateau Guide. All properties featured in www.jpmoser.com have been carefully selected by Mr. & Mrs. Moser personally; they have been travelling through western Europe for more than 20 years,. Every year they stay at between 40 and 60 hotels and chateaux to evaluate them. This guarantees the thousands of people who browse daily through the web pages of The JP Moser Guide, that the properties featured are in good standing. You can be sure that there will be no unpleasant surprises when you stay at a JP Moser property. If at any time the Moser's have reason to believe that a establishment has decreased in the quality of its installations and/or service provided to their paying guests, the property will be removed from the guide.
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There are 12 Rooms, 2 Suites & 2 Apartments
▪ Standard Double Room ▪
▪ Superior Room ▪
▪ Luxury Room ▪
▪ Suite ▪
▪ Apartment ▪
Lunch Saturday, Sunday, Monday only, and public holidays
How to reach the hotel
Train: Souillac (6 Kms.)
Restaurants & Bars
This luxury castle features a renowned restaurant, awarded in 2001 with a 1 star Michelin.
Château de la Treyne is only 20 minutes from the new airport BRIVE - SOUILLAC- DORDOGNE VALLEY. 3 flights per week from LONDON CITY . They can organize a taxi transfer or you can hire a car by HERTZ, AVIS, EUROPCAR
Outdoor Swimming Pool
It's been 10 years already since Stéphane Andrieux first displayed his culinary skills at Château de la Treyne.
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.
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