Chateau Rouffillac



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“It’s your chance to play duke and duchess at commoner prices; this is a fantasy château in the Dordogne that’s practically purpose-designed for grand family reunions. Beyond the drawbridge you’ll find neo-medieval splendour which softens in the romantic en suites, the best with copper slipper baths. Children will love a room in the turrets; you’ll love the monogrammed towels. Outside is a pool plus a terrace made for sundowners.” – 2022/01/22

THE ESCAPIST – Evening Standard

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“For a slice of fairy-tale living, where better to escape than a 17th-century chateau tucked away in the Dordogne valley. With nine sumptuously decorated bedrooms (think velvet curtains, tapestries and stained glass windows), a cliff-side swimming pool, yoga and meditation deck, and a 32-hectare estate featuring the ruins of an ancient church, there’s plenty of room at Chateau Les Tourelles for you and your thoughts — and perhaps a friend or two. The magic doesn’t end there. Wine tastings, cooking classes, in-house massages and private chefs are all part of an extensive menu of luxurious offerings — and if you visit in January or February, you can go truffle hunting. Well worth sniffing out, we say.”


“This castle, dating back to the 17th century, overlooks the Dordogne valley and is every bit the fantasy: nine bedrooms decorated in Renaissance style, a grand dining room that seats 12, two large living rooms with ornate woodwork and giant fireplaces, and a lovely modern amenity—a pool. The castle is surrounded by nearly 50 acres of private land, with hiking trails and even a landing pad for those who choose to arrive by helicopter.”


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