La Meynardie is a 16th century château located in the Périgord Vert area of the Dordogne. It is surrounded by extensive French-style grounds. The house is extremely spacious and has been completely renovated. On the ground floor it has spacious reception and dining rooms and, on the first floor, tastefully decorated bedrooms which can comfortably sleep up to 23 people.
The swimming pool, the tennis court, the French Gardens as well as the extensive park make La Meynardie the perfect place for a holiday, or simply for a weekend relaxing with family or friends.
Description - Périgord Vert, Dordogne
The Dordogne is a department of southwestern France located between the Loire Valley and the Pyrenees. It is the region of France richest in castles, abbeys, and even caves, with architectural treasures, especially in Romanesque art. The Château de la Meynardie is located in the wooded region of Périgord Vert.
Jumilhac le Grand, 8 kms: huge feudal building, built from the 12th century, with Renaissance Romanesque roofs and allegorical basins unique in France.
Saint Jean de Cole (20 minutes), one of the most beautiful villages in France; 12th century castle, Romanesque-Byzantine church and old priory.
Brantôme (30 min), "the Venice of Périgord", romantic and rich in history: the oldest bell tower in France, church consecrated in 804 by the Pope, and magnificent abbey.
It is also a recognized gastronomic stage with the magnificent Relais and Châteaux Le Moulin de l'Abbaye, whose terrace over the water embraces all these historic monuments.
Next door (30 minutes), the splendid castles of Bourdeilles and Mareuil, two of the baronies of Périgord founded in the Xth century.