Welcome to Château du Raysse
Château du Raysse is a charming Medieval castle dating from 1155, situated in the heart of the beautiful Dordogne, just waiting to be explored.
If you are looking for a different type of holiday, a unique wedding or special event, the Château is the perfect place to escape from the rush of everyday life and enjoy quality time with friends and family.
Facilities include two kitchens, lounge and library, dining room, hall, two swimming pools and extensive grounds to explore.
The rustic charm of Château du Raysse is waiting to be discovered.
The estate sleeps 35 guests and prices start from just 1380 euros a night for exclusive rental of the entire estate (approximately 40 euros per person, per night), this includes exclusive access for you and your guests, venue hire, concierge service, toiletries, towels and linens. There are no corkage fees.
Plus, stays of seven nights or more will receive an additional discount of up to30%.
For smaller groups, the Château and Maison du Parc can be hired independently of one another.
The Château comprises of seven double, en-suite bedrooms, many of which can be converted into family rooms if desired.
The unique and individual rooms are complemented by architecture dating back to 1155, with an impressive stone tower with trailing ivy – you can even sneak up to have a look at the very top of the tower!
You can find more information about our rooms here.
There is a fully-equipped kitchen, a library and lounge and a dining area with impressive fireplace.
Step outside onto the terrace and enjoy beautiful views across the valley, it is then just a short stroll down the path to the picturesque swimming pool with plenty of sun loungers.
The Maison du Parc
Given your taste in accommodation, we can only assume that you appreciate a fine French château! Fortunately, you’ve certainly come to the right place!
The Maison du Parc is situated adjacent to the Château and has four large downstairs double en-suite rooms and one family en-suite room.
Upstairs is a further two double en-suite rooms and one single en-suite room.
There is a rustic kitchen and a separate bathroom and shower. Upstairs, there is a hall with a billiards table and plenty of space to host special events or simply relax in a comfy chair.
There is a private, gated garden area which leads to both swimming pools and the extensive grounds of the wider estate.
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