A Romantic Weekend in the Dordogne.
A 16th Century Chateau Hotel
From the moment you arrive at Chateau des Vigiers, affectionately known as “Petit Versailles”, the very essence of its 12th and 16th century history will enchant you. From intricately carved marble fireplaces and imposing staircases to authentic period furniture and hand-woven tapestries.
Spend some quality time together in a beautiful environment.
The natural beauty of the place and the tranquility that prevails gives a unique and rare atmosphere to share special moments with your loved one.
Walk hand in hand in a unique and natural setting, enjoy a stunning sunset with panoramic views over the lake and surrounding countryside; Everything is in place to make your romantic weekend that much more special.
Experience our Michelin Star Restaurant
Inside Restaurant “Les Fresques”, the enchanting and elegant decor has wall frescos, warm shades and picture windows which evoke an inviting and intimate atmosphere. On balmy summer evenings, dine “Al fresco” on the terrace and experience wonderful views across the lake and vineyards.
Our Executive Chef, Didier Casaguana and his team of chefs will prepare your dishes with passion, demonstrating the highest standards of French cuisine, fusing seasonal produce.
Enjoy Beauty Treatments Side by Side in the Maria Galland Beauty Centre.
Get free access to the Spa facilities throughout your stay and enjoy moments total relaxation together.
At Château des Vigiers we offer a complete range of professional beauty and relaxation treatments together with a range of health and well-being activities.
Steam Room (Hammam)*
Outdoor heated swimming pool (open May to late Autumn)
A wide range of Activities and options for an Unforgettable Romantic Weekend.
Our multilingual staff are delighted to organize visits to sample the produce at the AOC vineyards of Bordeaux and Bergerac, or enjoy the many local markets, where you can buy local specialities such as truffles, cèpes, and foie gras.
There is so much to do and see in the Dordogne. Testament to the history of the region are the hundreds of castles dotted along the banks of the river Dordogne. Many are open to visitors and well worth a day trip
414 reviews on TripAdvisor
“We stayed in the Relais for one night in August with our 2 children, 7 and 2. We don’t play golf, but just needed an overnight stay between campsites. The location is wonderful, very calm and peaceful. The room a good size for a family, with plenty of room even once the sofa bed was pulled out and space for a travel cot. The pool at the Relais was lovely and very clean. We ate in the Brasserie which was great and even our children seemed to be affected by their surroundings and behaved impeccably! We would definitely return, it was without doubt the most comfortable night of our 3 week holiday.
“Excellent break and location”
“Great Hotel, lovely buildings, great service, lovely rooms (in the Relais part of the complex), lovely setting. It was a thoroughly good stay. Everyone we met was really helpful. We would definitely go back. We didn’t try the Michelin star restaurant just the Brasserie.”
“A beautiful setting”
“The room in the Relais was excellent and very comfortable. The service was also very good. The food was excellent but it may have been better if we were aware of the price of the champagne when we were offered it. One doesn’t ask and not everyone is rich enough that price is no object. The golf course was beautiful and we would certainly visit again.
Two uniquely different hotel experiences.