Château de la Treyne is a picture-perfect castle where guests are warmly welcomed. The authenticity of the historic building has been preserved, yet it does not lack the comfort of a four-star hotel.
The castle hotel has belonged to the Relais & Châteaux association since 1992. Château de la Treyne combines tradition and romance to create an ambience that takes guests away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life for a while. Looked after by an attentive team, they enjoy life in a château in a privileged location in the Dordogne Valley between Sarlat and Rocamadour in southwestern France. Thanks to the idyllic surroundings as well as the attractive sights of the region, Château de la Treyne is made for a relaxing and eventful stay.
Their love for historic walls and the desire to breathe new life into them led Stéphanie and Philippe Gombert to open Bastit Castle and the Charterhouse of Càles to guests.
Château du Bastit, whose walls were built in the 14th and 15th centuries, rises above the Dordogne and a hamlet on the banks of the river. The 300-square-meter historic building has five spacious rooms with equally spacious bathrooms. The modern chateau kitchen, with its pebble floor and large table, is a favorite gathering place for residents. Upon request, castle residents can have a chef cater for an evening or more. There is also the possibility of breakfast service.
The estate Chartreuse de Calès, is located in the pretty village of the same name near Rocamadour. The 17th century building, restored with love all around, is surrounded by old trees in a 1500 sqm garden park. Undisturbed by prying eyes, guests enjoy the heated pool. The kitchen leads to the garden terrace, as does the dining room and the fireplace lounge. Two stylish suites with bathrooms are available on the second floor, and three more rooms in the attic with beautiful beams.
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