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The Dordogne: your perfect group holiday

The Dordogne: your perfect group holiday

29 Feb 2016 BY Dominique's Villas

Cosy communal spaces for everyone to come together in, yet with enough room for each to enjoy their privacy. Peace and quiet for those in search of restoration, but with just enough fun and games to keep the little ones entertained. If you’ve ever searched for the perfect destination for a large group gathering, you’ll know that the more the invitees, the more the ‘must haves’ to fulfil everyone’s needs.

We think we’ve found it in the wonderful Dordogne area of southwest France.
 
Tranquil rivers wind their way through limestone cliffs, putting a firm tick next to your wish-list’s ‘lovely country views’. Throw in an activity offering that includes wine tasting, canal boating, food markets, exploring romantic medieval towns and villages, and an eclectic calendar of music, food and arts events. Add to the equation a selection of truly unique properties - featuring turreted riverside châteaux and sprawling country manors – and you have the ideal destination for your special ‘we time’ occasion.
 
Browse some of the homes on offer below, or call us for a personal recommendation. 
 

Domaine de l'Auvézère

A classic country manor with wonderfully uninterrupted views. Prices range from £2,530 to £4,440 per week. 
 
Domaine-de-l'Auvézère 

Domaine Périgourdin

Charming, twin-towered home in the heart of the Bessède Forest. Prices range from £1,730 to £3,140 per week.
 
 
Domaine Périgourdin
 

Val d'Atur Manor House

A perfect blend of elegance and informality, featuring a private park. Prices range from £4,380 to £5,460 per week.

 
Val d'Atur Manor House
 

Château de la Malartrie

Exquisite Renaissance-style château perched high over the River Dordogne. Prices range from £4,850 to £7,130 per week.
 
Chateau de la Malartrie
 

Manoir de Sourzac

A pool, tennis court and games room make this group holiday heaven. Prices range from £3,790 to £7,540 per week.
 
Manoir de Sourzac
 

 

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