Manoir du Grand Vignoble
Hotel | Le Grand Vignoble, Saint-Julien de Crempse, France 24140
- Credit cards accepted
- Car Parking
- Lounge area
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour hot showers
- Swimming Pool
- Wheelchair accessible
- Luggage Room
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 7 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.
Earliest check-in: 16:00
Latest Check-out: 11:00
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About Manoir du Grand Vignoble
The hotel has 44 rooms and suites, all of which are spacious and open onto the nearby woodland. The restaurant offers a style of cooking which relates to the word Périgord, generous and mouth-watering based on regional innovative produce. It can be enjoyed either in the winter garden under the high beamed ceilings of the reception rooms or under shelter in the garden.
The peaceful 45 ha estate also hosts a well-known equestrian center, where adults, children, beginners and advanced riders can find the activity and the horse to suit their needs.
You will also find a no-site heated swimming-pool, a tennis court, a fitness room with sauna and Jacuzzi and a small golf range. Conference and function rooms all add up to create a unique place to unwind and relax in this part of the Périgord region, called Purple Périgord to remind us the color of the vine in autumn and the color of the local wines.
After time of booking, you will receive an email from the owner because many bookings are canceled with no payment, so to secure the booking you must pay the full amount of the stay to guarantee your reservation.
7 day(s) before arrival: 0% of the total booking amount
6 day(s) before arrival: 30% of the total booking amount
2 day(s) before arrival: 100% of the total booking amount
Bergerac, capital of the purple Périgord lays, either side of the majestic and serene Dordogne.
The Rivière Espérance used to govern the life of the city, and the Bergerac docks played an important part in the wine trade and for other goods arriving from the haut-pays . Today Bergerac is surrounded by 11 ha of vineyards and one can have an idea of the selection of wines on offer by visiting the house of wines in the Cloître des Récollets. The food market held on Wednesday and Saturday mornings is also a popular attraction.
The renovation of the old town has enhanced the pretty half-timbered houses and the 15th and 16th century buildings.
Bergerac's most famous character, Cyrano, a hero unlucky in love is not its real offspring. The person who inspired Edmond Rostand did exist but its name was taken from a family property located in the Yvelines Departement. The statue of Cyrano, sculpted by Jean Varoqueaux can be seen place de la Myrpe, near the docks.