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Château de Sadillac is an exclusive, 11th century era, château for rent near Bergerac in The Dordogne department of Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France. It has 6 bedrooms 3 of which are en-suite, a spacious kitchen, living & dining room, bar and a large outdoor terrace area.
It also has nicely tended gardens, barbecue facilities, a huge chess board, a kid’s play area, a trampoline, a fishing lake, an outdoor swimming pool, a Finnish sauna and, most note-worthy of all, a 9 hole, 27 par golf course, which guests at the chateau have exclusive, private use of for the duration of their stay.
There are 6 bedrooms at the property, 3 of which are en-suite, a spacious living room with comfortable seating, a wood burner, TV & DVD player etc. and an adjoining bar-room. The kitchen is also large and fully equipped, and apart from the more general kitchen facilities it also has a coffee machine, a dishwasher and a washing machine.
The property is secluded and private with an ancient wall and lines of trees protecting it from the outside. Around the large terrace area there is a children’s play corner, oversize chess board, table tennis, barbecue facilities plus pizza/bread making oven, and nearby, the 12×6 meter swimming pool, Finnish sauna plus changing rooms and showers, and the lake and golf course
The golf course is a compact 9 hole, 27 par approach, with the nearest distance between holes 90 meters and the longest just over 130 meters. Complimentary golf equipment can be supplied for both adults and children. Check out all the fine details on the booking page here.
Note: there is a minimum stay of 7 nights from Saturday to Saturday during summer.
The chateau is in the tiny little village that shares its name; Sadillac, just south of Bergerac in the heart of the Dordogne, and is a great base for exploring the famously beautiful region with its medieval villages & castles, prehistoric sites, vineyards and rolling green countryside.
The highlights of this iconic region are far, far too many to list but some examples would include the town of Bergerac, just fifteen minutes away by car, with its lovely old town and medieval, half-timbered houses, the gorgeous, Renaissance era village Sarlat with its 14th century bell tower and sandstone mansions, the red hued stone village of Collonges-la-Rouge, or the spectacular clifftop town of Rocamadour.
There is also the internationally famous pre-historic art of the Lascaux Caves, the vast caverns of Grotte du Grand Roc and a huge amount of majestic chateaux, a small few of the best examples being Château de Beynac, the setting for Luc Besson’s Joan of Arc movie, Château de Commarque and Château de Beynac.
A LITTLE HISTORY:
The first mention of Sadillac appeared in the year 1079 when it was granted to the Abbey of Moissac by Duke William VIII of Aquitaine. The monks built a monastery there on the site of what is now Château de Sadillac, one which lasted over four hundred years until, at the end of the fifteenth century, it was converted into a priory.
During the French Wars of Religion between Roman Catholics and Protestant Huguenots (1562–1598), a Huguenot army from Bergerac captured Sadillac and destroyed almost everything in it including the Priory. It was rebuilt though at the beginning of the seventeenth century and served as a church before, in 1792, being sold and converted into a private residence. Though some of the original architectural features of the old church and priory remain most the chateau we see today dates from that time.
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