You won't find a chateau in a more spectacular location anywhere in France!
Weekly price guide: £2711-£3447
Property Ref: CHA2342
A six bedroom chateau that sleeps ten guests, found in 24 hectares of arcadian rural woodland that makes up part of the forested valley that extends on its southern boundary to the middle of the Beune River. In the cliff face to the east of the Chateau is a huge, troglodyte Pigeonnier (a sort of dovecote) which is currently gated and inaccessible to the public. Further up the valley is the location of the Venus de Laussel, a limestone carving of a woman that dates back some 25,000 years. It's a great place to visit and, as you'd expect, is classified as an artefact of no little historical significance! On the western boundary of the site is the Abri du Cap Blanc, which contains notable Magdalenian friezes and is open to the public. As the site is set on a hillside which terminates in a steep vertical drop into the valley, the stunning terraces and gardens occur on a series of delightful levels. Outside the wall of the Chateau's courtyard there is a large, formal parterre garden with shady seating areas for relaxing and truly appreciating the delicious local wines! At a lower level and adjacent to the C17th chapel, is the 11x11m D-shaped swimming pool, which is protected by an audible security system.
|Bedrooms:||Ground Floor Tower Room:
Single bedroom with ensuite
First Floor Tower Room:
Single bedroom with ensuite
Double bedroom with ensuite. The double bed is made up of two single beds which can be pulled apart slightly if preffered
Double bedroom with ensuite. The double bed is made up of two single beds which can be pulled apart slightly if preferred
Third Floor Square Tower:
Double bedroom: The double bed is made up of two single beds. There are fixed bedside tables either side, but one bed could be pulled forward of a table, and positioned against the wall if you'd prefer the room to have two singles.
Fourth Floor Square Tower:
Double bedroom - The double bed is made up of two single beds. As with the third floor sqaure tower bedroom, there are fixed bedside tables either side but one bed could be pulled forward of a table if you require single beds.
|Bathrooms:||Please be aware that due to the challenges posed by renovating a genuine 13th century medieval castle, the ensuite bathrooms are relatively small and do not have a full shower - they do, however, have a removable tap/hose combo on the sinks that can be used as a very basic shower, thanks to these rooms being fully tiled and waterproofed. This small drawback is somewhat mitigated by the beautiful master bathroom that comes complete with a big jacuzzi!|
|Kitchen:||The fully equipped kitchen includes dishwasher, microwave, electric ovens, gas and electric hob.|
|Living Rooms:||The ground floor of Chateau de Lauzel has a large vaulted entrance hall connected to the main circular staircase, utility room and cellar. The Hall opens onto a large south-facing terrace overlooking the valley and the historic Chateau Commarque.
The Salon is at first floor level along with the dining room, the galleries and the kitchen.
|Linen/Cleaning/Towels etc:||Linen & towels included.|
|Additional notes (if any):||If there is anything you would like to arrange for your stay, please enquire at time of booking. We can usually help you to arrange any of the following:
- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Local daytrips and tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off
- Babysitting service
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge
Terms & Conditions
Security deposit €1000. This is paid on arrival and will be refunded in full after departure subject to damage inspection.
Energy costs included.
Changeover day Saturday.
End of stay cleaning included.
- Please note that the property lies close to the cliff edge. Should an accident occur, we, nor the owners do not accept responsibilty. Children must be closely supervised at all times.