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The afternoon was spent at the chateau at La Quinte, having afternoon tea with the owner and his family - Remy Eporce. The chateau has been in his family since the 17th century. Fantastic being able to spend time in his private apartments. Delicious food...More
We broke our journey back from the Dordogne with an overnight stay. Remy was charming and it was a delightful location. It took some finding and some directions would be helpful.
We were well looked after and had a very enjoyable evening meal and breakfast...More
We stayed here for the first night of our french trip.
Very authentic family home, very relaxed and friendly owners.
We stayed with our two dogs who enjoyed the wonderful grounds and the company of the horse on their walks!
The meal was lovely, served...More
Obviously with such an old building it felt a little cold and damp but otherwise everything was just perfect. Splendid building and beautifully decorated internally. The owner is a wonderful host and ably supported by his wife and lovely children. Well worth a visit!!!!
The impressive façade is imposing as you arrive, but there was nothing imposing about Remy whose was welcoming us before we'd switch the car engine off.
A pre-prandial glass or two of fizz in the drawing room and some passable French on my part was...More