Le Pressoir is located on the edge of a small stream and is surrounded by lush greenery. Lost in the middle of a vast and beautiful valley, this old mill is the ideal place to retreat from the stress of modern life. This converted 14th-century water mill is located on the grounds of Chateau de la Bourlie and is surrounded by 1500 hectares of gardens, rolling meadows and beautiful forests. You can stay here with 12 people + 2 small children. Le Pressoir is very family friendly with lots of space inside and out. The rooms are heated in the summer by the sun and in the winter by floor heating and fireplaces.
Le Pressoir was completely restored in 2007 and has a contemporary, sober and very tasteful interior within the 14th-century walls. Old wooden beams, beautiful carpets on the concrete floors and large windows that let in sunlight and fresh air. Art and nature go hand in hand with a lively use of color, texture and modern & antique furniture. You will enjoy the privacy and the relaxing setting, surrounded by fields, flowers and plants.
Behind the two-bedroom cottage (30m from the main house) lies the beautifully designed elongated swimming pool with the sun loungers, surrounded by grass.
Every day the chateau team serves an organic French breakfast with bread, pastries, local yoghurt and seasonal fruit, jam, honey and butter, along with fresh milk and fruit juice.
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Le Pressoir is located on the estate of the historic castle of La Bourlie, between the Renaissance town of Sarlat and Bergerac in the Dordogne region in southwestern France. The area is a protected site with natural beauty in the heart of the Dordogne valley. The mill is one of the holiday homes on the castle grounds, including the main castle, a converted tobacco barn and glamping tents.
Local activities abound: swimming or kayaking in the river, walking in thousands of hectares of forest, visiting local vineyards, golfing, horse riding or sightseeing.
When it comes to eating out, you can only expect memorable culinary experiences. For bistro-style dining, Chez Julien in Paunat, 10 km away, would be the first choice. Le Bistro d'en Face in Trémolat is a close second. Also in Tremolat is the Michelin star restaurant Le Vieux Logis. This has a legendary status in the Dordogne: book here for the best Périgordian cuisine and the possibility to dine outside when the weather permits. And for excellent regional cuisine, great value for money and a setting of rare beauty, you drive to L'Abbaye de Cadouin.
The nearest airports are in Bordeaux and Toulouse, around 2 hours' drive away. Buisson train station is 7 km away.
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