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Glorious views, great food, lovely atmosphere: this is what you can expect staying at Chateau de la Vigne.
We chose the Troubadour room (which was incredible) and had a romantic candle-lit dinner with delicious, home-made food elegantly served just for us. All preceded by an...More
We stayed overnight at Chateau de la Vigne in early October 2014, and it greatly exceeded our expectations. It is located in a lovely, tranquil part of the French countryside. Owners Anne and Bruno Fayet de la Tour, whose family has lived in this beautiful...More
We were there in October 2012 and of course several rooms and unfortunately the dining room were closed for the winter - but even tough we had a wonderful time at the Chateau. Anne and Bruno de la Tour are charming, helpful and very warm...More
The hosts are a charming family and couldn't do enough to make our stay more comfortable. They are very down to earth, natural and vibrant people, and their personality made the difference to the stay.
The room was beautiful - the red room with a...More
Leaving the beautiful valley of the Dordogne River, we set off for Lyon, with a planned route through the Auvergne Volcanoes National Park. We had reservations at an old castle, Chateau de la Vigne. Here, we found French hospitality at its finest. Bruno and Anne...More