Perched atop a limestone cliff, in an elevated position with the open-skies above clusters of green, beside the banks of the majestic Dordogne River. Dig deeper into a destination that reveals life-enhancing tools derived from traditions, redefining your approach to remote working and wellbeing on the Inspiring French Riverside Château Curated Working.
With two dedicated work spaces privately reserved for Balance Holidays’ guests across the full duration of the experience. Focus and stay in touch with the larger purpose of your work throughout the day in the property’s characterful lounges. Each carrying intelligent combinations of sleek, dark wood furniture, tall ceilings and mullioned windows, some with painted-glass carvings, soak each corner with pools of natural light. Coming together to present a cosy and functional environment and integration with the outdoors too. Separate from the trivia of the day, taking time for a slower and gentler way of living through a unique roster of wellbeing activities. Included with this experience is a physical activity in your choice of Yoga, Fitness or Pilates. As well as a privately guided nature excursion to venture into the rich terrain. Drift further into a space of disconnection and relaxation with a personalised in-room massage. Guests will also have access to the outdoor heated swimming pool and tennis court throughout their stay. Replenish the body each day with energising meals, freshly prepared by the chefs of the property’s Michelin starred restaurant. Daily refreshments are also available, prompting regular breaks to recalibrate the mind and fuel new ideas.
Ensconced by 300 acres of exceptional French formal gardens and forestry made up of century-old Oak, Chestnut and Red Beech trees. Sectioned amongst elegant specimen trees, Cedars of Lebanon and Mexican Honey-Locust. Château de la Treyne is equal parts attractive and unassuming, carrying over 700 years of history in the Dordogne Valley, South West of France. The property meticulously unifies reverence for its past and realisation for the present, reflected through natural materials, classic motifs and resplendent colours, paired with modern amenities. Promising to cultivate an authentic art-de-vivre. Rich in UNESCO World Heritage Sites that are sparsely dotted throughout the region and within easy access from the estate. Dordogne is a vast playground for cultural discoveries and outdoor exploration that appeals to all generations.
Let this experience shift perspectives, realising harmony between man and nature, still and connected. While also forming a gateway to adventures that widen the horizons and heightens appreciation for the opportunities that presents itself.
Prices start at £3,000 for a 7-day, 6-night stay
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The essence of the French concept art de vivre - elegant and timeless, is embodied by the Superior Room. With impeccable views of the Dordogne River or flourishing French formal gardens from the double-panelled glass window and doors. The room design is kept minimalistic, following a neutral palette of soft greys and beige, dressed in dark-wood and gold-framed furniture. Reserving full attention to enjoy the moment and accumulate new memories. Each Superior Room is equipped with a king size bed or twin bed, well-sized walk-in shower or bath. Toiletries included.
Proud and decadent, binding a slice of history in its display. The Deluxe Room doubles as a calm oasis to relax and unwind. Reclaimed solid oak furniture, parquet de Versailles flooring and beautiful Louis XVI furniture highlights grandeur with a soft-spoken, welcoming atmosphere. Each Deluxe Room is equipped with a four poster bed or king size bed, a bathtub and shower, with palatial views of the Dordogne River. Toiletries included.
Combining a refined manor house style with French-accented contemporary living, settle into the comforts of the Prestige Room. Overlooking the tended gardens and Dordogne River, the room follows a muted colour palette, adorned with gilded antique furnishings and ornaments. Reflective of its rightful name. Each Prestige Room is equipped with a king size bed or twin bed, a sofa bed, a porcelain basin and bath with a multi-jet shower or a Jacuzzi bath with multi-jet shower. Toiletries included.
One of many outstanding features to the Junior Suite, exceptional views through the vast, mullioned windows reveal a 350 year old Lebanon Cedar and the Dordogne River. Swirling the room in a quiet and simple gentleness, a reminder of proximity to the great outdoors. Respectfully rooted to its heritage through beautiful Gothic styled furniture, patterns and materials. Each Junior suite holds a king size bed or a four-poster bed and includes a sitting room area. The spacious bathrooms are equipped with a Jacuzzi bath and multi-jet shower. Toiletries included.
From the furniture to aesthetics, experience a true taste of French living as it was once privately lived in the Master Suite. Appearing effortless and relaxed, making good use of space to reflect the individual personality of a period belonging to King Louis XIV. Modern comforts in each Master Suite includes a king size bed, an extra sofa bed and a separate lounge or private terrace. The main draw to the suites are the brightly-lit bathrooms installed with either a Jacuzzi bath and multi-jet shower or a huge, golden soaking tub with shower. Lending the rooms an atmosphere of relaxed sophistication, comfortable, natural and restful. Toiletries included.
Seasons govern the art and concept of each dish produced in the property’s kitchens. Featuring ingredients sourced from the property’s ECOCERT organic gardens, which also produce succulent honeys. Paired with the head chef’s esteemed culinary expertise, that has garnered a Michelin star. Get ready to be impressed by plates of food that not only accommodate visual satisfaction, but satisfies the taste buds with great pleasure too.
Your health and safety have and will continue to take central priority in everything we do. For this retreat, Balance Holidays and Château de la Treyne have worked together to introduce and adopt heightened levels of health and safety vigilance and measures guided by local health authorities, WHO (World Health Organisation) and CDC (Centres for Disease Control and Prevention) above their existing stringent standards. The objective is to provide a safe, comfortable and high-quality experience as expected from us. If you wish to learn more, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you. Otherwise, please refer to our Terms and Conditions or Covid-19 Update.
A small village located South of France, carrying historic significance and a pleasant charisma prevailed by unusual rock formations, clean cut lakes and emerald forestry. Lacave offers scope for abundant outdoor adventures and discovery. A short distance from the estate, ride an electric train, go underground and uncover the land’s hidden treasures, touring the 12 chambers of sublime limestone formations and rock pools in Grottos de Lacave. Rocamadour, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is known for being host to religious monuments and fortifications dating back to the 12th Century. Attracting pilgrims from all countries over a thousand years. Offering exceptional natural beauty all seasons, venture into Causses du Quercy Regional Natural Park. A vast and wildlife-rich nature reserve spanning over 175,000 hectares of contrasting expanse, admire the iconic dry-stone walls and huts rambling on foot, bike or horseback ride. With the clear and soaring skies, it is also the perfect place to stargaze. Famed for being one of the most beautiful villages in France with manor houses and small chateaux, Autoire is nicknamed ‘Petit Versailles’ for reasons apparent to those who explore it. Treat the taste buds in Cahors, with a tasting of its distinctive dark-red wine, made up of 70% Malbec grapes. The only red-wine in Southern France to use neither Cabernet Sauvignon or Cabernet-France grapes. Additionally, the 14th Century six-arched medieval bridge and UNESCO World Heritage Site, Pont Valentré spans the Lot river, connecting to the west of Cahors.
You will be allowed to check into your room from 2:00pm onwards on the day of your arrival.
The property is easily accessible from six different airports. In order of proximity, these include Brive–Dordogne Valley Airport, Limoges–Bellegarde Airport, Bergerac Dordogne Périgord Airport, Rodez-Marcillac Airport, Toulouse-Blagnac Airport and Bordeaux Airport. While the closest train station is Brive, accessible from Gare d’Austerlitz in Paris.
You may rent a car or book a taxi from outside the airports and train station, quoting the below address to bring you directly to the property. Reservations for taxi bookings prior to arrival is required. Alternatively, the property will be happy to organise a transfer for you. This service will entail a separate fee, not included as part of the cost of this experience. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting “Transfer” in the subject line.
Parking spaces are available on-site if you wish to drive the full distance.
Château de la Treyne
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