|Hostellerie Les Griffons|
24310 Bourdeilles FRANCE
Tel. : +33 5 53 45 45 35
Fax : +33 5 53 45 45 email@example.com
|On winter holidays...|
As each year l'Hostellerie Les Griffons
has closed her doors just for the winter season and will reopen on next April 30.
However we already stay in touch with you for any information or booking
concerning next season.Please contact us at the following E-mail adress or by clicking on the red link just below
Write your message and we shall answer to you as soon as possible
You also can phone at 05 53 45 45 35 or send a fax to 05 53 45 45 20
We thank you.
Enjoy your visit on our website and if you have a mind to go there...à bientôt !
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| - Tourism|
Tourism in Dordogne
|Your stay can be more attractive in discovering all the riches which go to make the Dordogne a cultural highspot of tourism set in peerless natural splendour. |
Many leisure activities are available :
Near Bourdeilles you can visit many historic monuments :
- Canoeing down the river Dronne
- Rambling along the paths on horseback
- mountain biking
- simply walking
- Brantome and its Benedectine Abbey
- Romanesque Churches
- Chancelade Abbey
- Caves of Villars
- Perigueux, city of Art and history
The Dordogne Chateaux routeFollowing this "Route" you will find a rich feast of historical houses and gardens.
Ranging in architectural style from the austere Middle Ages, through the exceptional flowering of the Renaissance in Dordogne, to the classical 17th century.
Early Renaissance. Under Val de Loire style. Sculptured decoration. Open from the last week of January to the end of the Christmas. Closed on Mondays during the low season
LA CHAPELLE FAUCHER XIIth-XVth
Overlooking the Côle Valley , In the same family for 500 years. Open from July 1 to August 31.
Chateau and funeral chapel of Brantôme well known chronicler of the 16th C. Open afternoon only from May 1 to June 30. Open every day from July 1 to September 30. Closed on Mondays during the low season.
BOURDEILLES XIIth & XVIth.
Former barony of the Perigord. Feudal fortress and Renaissance palace. Decorative paintings. Several rooms with antique furniture (16th-19th C.). Open from the last week of January to the end of Christmas holidays. Closed on Tuesday during the low season.
Just North East of Sarlat. 6km from Salignac. One of the finest gardens of France. Open every day .
Chateau in the same family since 1450. Outstanding furniture. Tapestries. Decorative Paintings 17th C. Open from April 1 to October 31.
Furnished castle overlooking the Dordogne Valley, where the great Fenelon, author of "Telemarque" was born in 1651. Open every day.
Feudal chateau. Museum of war in the Middle Ages. Collection of genuine weapons. Life size instruments of warfare. Furnitures. Open every days.
LES BORIES XVIth.
Gothic kitchen. Monumental stone staircase. Terrace overlooking the Isle River. Open from July 1 to September 30.
Double enceinte ,12th Century walled
enclosure. Chateau and Chapel 16th C. Historical family home. Open from July 1 to September 30.
Welcome to Montbazillac where you will be able to explore a 16th C. "Château". Taste the famous sweet wine of Montbazillac and dine in the Château's restaurant.
Dordogne's unfinished Louvre. Apartments, furnished and decorated, to experience the daily lives during Renaissance. Open from March to November, Closed on Tuesdays, except in the high season.
Former barony of the Périgord. Property of the Gontaut Biron Family for eight centuries. Open from the last week of January to the end of Christmas holidays. Closed on Mondays during the low season.
Renaissance roofs. Spinner's room. 17th C. master drawing room. Terraced gardens. Open from July 1 to September 15. Other periods: Saturday, Sunday and public holidays.
Ancient strong fortress rebuilt in the 17th C. Fine grounds and attractive terrace gardens adorned with flowers. Open from January 10 to December 14.
Outstanding 16th and 17th C. decor and furniture. Spectacular view from the terrace and garden of Vezere Valley. Open from Easter to September 30.
Creation date : 12/06/2006 @ 12:34
Last update : 28/01/2008 @ 12:47
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