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We have come here on our return from Dordogne unfortunately only for one short night. We had a chance to look at the beautiful gardens in the evening and enjoyed a great homemade breakfast the next morning. After dinner in a nearby village we relaxed...More
Date of stay: September 2018
Response from EmmanuelAuvergne, Propriétaire at Chateau Royal de Saint SaturninResponded 1 October 2018
We are very grateful to many hosts to come back to our place after a first experience. We are happy to become part of their routine when they move to their summer house in the south or on the west coast. We are happy too...More
This was our second visit and it didn’t disappoint. The rooms are amazing and you can really feel the spirit of the place. Set in beautiful gardens. The breakfasts are delicious and the hosts most helpful with advice on places to visit. A few restaurants...More
Date of stay: August 2018
Response from EmmanuelAuvergne, Propriétaire at Chateau Royal de Saint SaturninResponded 20 August 2018
Your suite included indeed the King's bedrrom in one of the towers. In the old days, a castle should always have a room available in case the King would show up. King Charles IX came de facto in march 1566 with his mother Queen Catherine...More
I look at pictures of our time at the chateau and now it seems like a dream that we got to stay here! Our Duchess suite was very spacious. Our children (7 & 11) loved the staircase to their tower bedroom. Our bed was comfortable....More
Date of stay: September 2017
Response from EmmanuelAuvergne, Propriétaire at Chateau Royal de Saint SaturninResponded 14 August 2018
Your review is very informative. Thank you for sharing your experience with details and kindness. We love to host families with kids who take interest in discovering such an historical place and make this place as open and lively as possible. The parents plant seeds...More
A fabulous XIII centuary castle in very good condition with a genuine royal connection.
A fabulous place to stay with very friendly and helpful owners. The local village is also beautiful .
The rooms are very spacious and comfortable with good views over the grounds...More
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Date of stay: July 2018
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Response from EmmanuelAuvergne, Propriétaire at Chateau Royal de Saint SaturninResponded 27 July 2018
We enjoyed very much hosting you and getting some fresh news from your beautifull country -New-Zealand : less sheep but more dairy cattle !
First you arrive at the closed gate with no welcoming signs, you have to look up for a phone and call to get in... then you understand that reality does not meet the pics on the web.... they are photoshoped a looooot. Rather dissapointed about...More
Date of stay: July 2018
Response from EmmanuelAuvergne, Propriétaire at Chateau Royal de Saint SaturninResponded 25 July 2018
First of all, we are very sorry you did not have the best possible experience with us.
You had booked our Guest House at the castle through a travel agency and we had no direct contact with you. However we had send detailed informations to...More
A powerful fortress built during the XIIIth century, enlarged and embellished at the time of the Renaissance. Property of the Queens Catherine of Medicis and Marguerite of Valois. The owners will …Morewelcome you at home in their five guestrooms, large and quiet, with great views and private bathrooms and separate toilet. Breakfast is served in the vaulted dining room presenting a collection of copper artifacts. A large 4 ha park with free access. Less
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