4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, sleeps 8 + 2
- English, French
About Suzanna Clarke
I am a professional writer, renovator and constant traveller. My husband and I and love French food, wine, architecture, music and culture. Originally from New Zealand and Australia, we are now permanently based in the Northern Hemisphere with homes in France and Morocco. It is a joy for us to be able to spend part of each year in Aquitaine. The region has so much to offer and when we are away, it is a pleasure to be able to share this experience with others and help them make the most of their holiday. Our team have a vast amount of experience in meeting, greeting and making guests feel comfortable. We are happy to assist in every way.
Suzanna Clarke purchased this Chateau / Country House in 2012
Why Suzanna Clarke chose Domme
It's rare to find such an appealing house in a village which has been so well restored, with luxury fixtures and fittings. The ensuite bathrooms for each bedroom are also appreciated.
What makes this Chateau / Country House unique
Within a short walk of many restaurants and shops; a magnificent view.
Pool / Spa
100% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 7 days before check-in date.
Only minutes away, Domme is the perfect base to explore Sarlat, France’s best preserved medieval and renaissance city, the enchanting castles of Beynac, Fayrac, Castelnaud and La Roque-Gageac, the UNESCO World Heritage prehistoric caves at Lascaux and the endless charms and delights of the towns and villages of the Dordogne’s Perigord Noir. Rated “one of the most beautiful villages of France” for its flower-laced medieval golden stone houses and historic sites, Domme is a world-famous jewel. Founded as a “royal bastide” – a fortress village – by Philippe III in 1281 as France and England entered the Hundred Years War, Domme offers commanding views of the Dordogne River valley and surrounding castles and villages. Along its parapets you can now sip the fine wines of Bordeaux and the region and imagine where French and English armies once battled.