Featured hotels in Dordogne

  • £64

    Average price per night

    Domaine du Château de Monrecour - Hôtel et Restaurant - Proche Sarlat, Saint-Vincent-de-Cosse
    9.4 Superb 1,261 reviews
    Description Chateau de Monrecour is located in Périgord Noir region, in the heart of the Dordogne Valley. It offers two heated swimming pools, a large south-facing terrace and a gourmet-style restaurant.
    Review

    "This is an amazing property. The staff were very helpful and knowledgeable. We were upgraded to an apartment as we felt our original room was too small. The heated pool was refreshing, pool towels provided...."

    brian. France
  • £44

    Average price per night

    Kyriad Périgueux BOULAZAC, Saint-Laurent-sur-Manoire

    Kyriad Périgueux BOULAZAC

    Saint-Laurent-sur-Manoire

    9.4 Superb 115 reviews
    Description Kyriad Périgueux BOULAZAC features air-conditioned accommodation in Saint-Laurent-sur-Manoire. Featuring a 24-hour front desk, this property also provides guests with a terrace.
    Review

    "A brand new hotel I think I think. super modern and comfy, a nice terrace, not a balcony, with view of the forest. I stayed 2 extra nice just to rest!! that is how well I felt there. Internet really slow..."

    Caroline. France
  • £105

    Average price per night

    Hotel de Bouilhac, Montignac
    9.2 Superb 132 reviews
    Description Offering free WiFi, Hotel de Bouilhac offers rooms in Montignac, 2.9 km from Lascaux. Featuring a restaurant, the property also has a terrace. Guests can have a drink at the bar.
    Review

    "Wonderful hotel, my kids wanted to stay more nights. Great service. A MUST return address"

    Ursula. Peru
  • £42

    Average price per night

    HOTEL LE 15, Coulounieix-Chamiers

    HOTEL LE 15

    Coulounieix-Chamiers

    9.3 Superb 781 reviews
    Description Set in Coulounieix-Chamiers, HOTEL LE 15 offers a garden. This 2-star hotel offers free WiFi. Guests can enjoy garden views. All units in the hotel are fitted with a flat-screen TV.
    Review

    "Clean,quiet,comfy. Friendly helpful staff. Air conditioner was fantastic in the heatwave. Breakfast was good."

    Stewart. France
  • 9.6 Exceptional 211 reviews
    Description Set in a 17th-century house located in Bourdeilles, between the Dronne River and the village’s two castles, Hostellerie Les Griffons features shared living rooms with antique furniture, exposed stone...
    Review

    "Superb breakfasts & lovely owner !"

    Martin. France
  • £61

    Average price per night

    Hotel Maison des Peyrat, Sarlat-la-Canéda

    Hotel Maison des Peyrat

    Sarlat-la-Canéda

    9.2 Superb 316 reviews
    Description Offering a seasonal heated outdoor swimming poolpool, Hotel Maison Des Peyrat is a stylish property located in Sarlat-la-Canéda.
    Review

    "Excellent hotel in idyllic, tranquill setting. Great breakfast."

    Michael. United Kingdom
  • £68

    Average price per night

    Le Mas Des Bories - Grand Perigueux, Antonne-et-Trigonant
    9.0 Superb 156 reviews
    Description Le Mas des Bories is set in a renovated 16th-century farmhouse in the Périgord region, 500 metres from the Château des Bories.
    Review

    "I enjoyed my brief stay here. I had read previous comments about how good the food was, and it certainly lived up to the reviews. The lamb shank I had was delicious (one of my favorites). The property..."

    Christopher. France
  • £70

    Average price per night

    Hôtel-Restaurant Les Collines, Cublac
    9.3 Superb 145 reviews
    Description Hôtel-Restaurant Les Collines is a 6-minute drive from the centre of Cublac and 10 km from the A89 motorway. It offers an outdoor swimming pool, a hot tub and a terrace with sunbeds.
    Review

    "Lovely hotel out in the countryside with beautiful views. The owner is very friendly and also an extremely talented chef. We had the best meal of our holiday in this hotel."

    EW. United Kingdom
  • £97

    Average price per night

    Hotel les Jardins de Brantôme, Brantôme
    9.5 Exceptional 133 reviews
    Description Hotel Restaurant les Jardins de Brantome is set a 5-minute walk from the centre of Brantôme and offers an outdoor swimming pool. You can go canoeing in the river.
    Review

    "The property is set up as a little compound of beautifully built little "cabins" that are linked by a walkway that leads you from your room, through the lovely garden to the main "house."..."

    Lauren. USA
  • £85

    Average price per night

    Hôtel le Centenaire, Les Eyzies-de-Tayac

    Hôtel le Centenaire

    Les Eyzies-de-Tayac

    9.0 Superb 107 reviews
    Description This hotel is just 170 metres from the Cro-Magnon Shelter and 350 metres from the National prehistoric Museum. Dating from 1964, it offers a heated, outdoor swimming pool and an on-site bar.
    Review

    "We were upgraded to a beautiful large room overlooking the gardens. The property is exquisite and very well maintained. There is a beautiful swimming pool. The service is way up there and the staff are very friendly and helpful. Most speak a very good English. The restaurant is outstanding and definitely of Michelin star quality. The new young owners have recently taken over this once very well known hotel/restaurant and have already managed to lift the quality and standards to a very high level, particularly the restaurant. If it was not for the fact that we wished to sample other well known restaurants in the region during our stay, we would definitely have frequented this restaurant every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Do yourself a favour and treat yourself to a luxury experience at this hotel."

    Paul. Australia

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Dordogne highlights

Lascaux Caves
Famous for its Paleolithic cave paintings, this complex of caves has been proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Sarlat-la-Canéda
Sarlat is a traditional town representative of 14th-century France and is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Bergerac
Bergerac is rich in vineyards and offers some of the finest wines in the Bordeaux region.
Brantôme Troglodytic Tour
Discover traces of occupation of the Benedictine monks from the 8th century, including dwellings, dovecotes and a sculpted cave.
Gouffre de Proumeyssac
Visit this stunning cave adorned with crystallised rocks, an amazing collection of stalactites and stalagmites, all surrounded by a forest and picnic areas.
The village of Roque Gageac
Included in the list of the Most Beautiful Villages of France, Roque Gageac features cream-coloured houses mirrored in the waters of the Dordogne River.
The Vézère Valley
The Vézère Valley features 25 decorated caves and 147 prehistoric sites dating back to the Palaeolithic age.
Castelnaud Castle
Featuring a collection of arms and armour, Castelnaud Castle overlooks the Dordogne Valley, including the medieval village of La Roque-Gageac.
Beynac Castle
This medieval castle is perched on the top of a cliff, dominating both the town of Beynac-et-Cazenac and the Dordogne River.
Medieval town of Périgueux
Famous for its rich culinary history, this medieval town features charming half-timbered houses as well as 44 historic classified monuments.

A Classic French Delight

Hills, forests, excellent wine, truffles, foie gras, confit de canard, medieval villages and historic chateaux… What else would give you such a perfect backdrop for a classic French experience? That’s exactly why, after thousands of new worlds have been discovered, the Dordogne is still one of the most popular destinations.

Part of the Aquitaine Region and known as the old county of Périgord, it is usually divided into 4 different areas with distinctive characteristics, each offering charming hotels to enjoy Dordogne. It is also possible to find luxury hotels in Dordogne located in a refurbished chateaux and villas in the countryside.

The central area and the capital Périgueux are known for the limestone hills, wide valleys, and meadows. The north and north-west include the picturesque towns of Brantôme and Nontron, surrounded by fields and forests. The south-west area around Bergerac is the wine region of Périgord, while the south-eastern Vézère Valley and upper Dordogne Valley nest the medieval jewel of Sarlat-la-Canéda.

Sites that have also become popular include the prehistoric caves of Gouffre de Padirac and Lascaux. Canoeing in the Dordogne River is a classic that allows you to explore the region in a different way.

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