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Château de la Treyne

96 Editor's Rating
Scale of 90-100

Romantic 17th-century castle rising from a limestone bluff above the Dordogne River, surrounded by almost 300 acres of formal gardens and forests. Regal public spaces, including the candlelit Louis XIII salon, with deeply coffered ceilings and an Aubusson tapestry, are home to a Michelin-starred restaurant. Also elegant Fragonard salon and ...

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