Le Domaine de La Millasserie
La Millasserie is a 17th century house set in the uplands above the river Dordogne, in the heart of the ancient province of the Perigord.
The Perigord, the modern Department of the Dordogne, is known as the land of truffles, wine, grande cuisine, and chateaux.
In addition to some of the most beautiful landscape in all France, the Perigord has the greatest number of historic sites in France outside Paris.
La Millasserie offers four individual maisonettes in the guest wing.
Each room accommodating one or two adults.
Each spacious room is 16 x 24 feet in size with private ensuite bathroom, and furnished with antiques and room each has a king-sized bed.
All rooms have private entrances, private terraces with forest views, and easy access to the pool.
Your breakfast at La Millasserie: Croissants, brioches, crusty baguettes, confiture and butter, are served with fresh fruits, yogurt, cheeses, strong French coffee, or tea or chocolate if you want it.
During breakfast our guests like to discuss plans for the day. If you need suggestions for what to do and see, we will be happy to help. Afternoon tea is available on request and at no extra charge.
There are many superb restaurants within a short drive from La Millasserie. We can tell you about all of them and we will be happy to make reservations for you. If you find tasty things to eat at one of the many farmer's markets that happen every day in the region and want to have a lunch or a dinner picnic by the pool or on your terrace, we can provide plates, cutlery and wine glasses for you.
La Millasserie is located in the uplands above the River Dordogne that gives the region its name. At La Millasserie you can begin the day with a French country breakfast, take a morning dip in the pool, and then take a walk along miles of picturesque country roads, or by car explore some of the most beautiful countryside and charming villages in all France including Saint-Leon-sur-Vezere, Urval, Molieres, La Roque-Gageac.
The restored old quarters of its larger cities, Sarlat, Périgueux, and Bergerac, display a thousand years of architecture. Take a trip to the great 11th century of Chateau de Beynac or to any of the more than 1000 chateaux in the region. The region abounds in ancient castles and churches, gardens open to the public, villages that time forgot, and has a wealth of museums, cultural events, classical and popular music concerts, and all manner of sports.
The Perigord is known as the cradle of gastronomy, so after a trip to the Lascaux caves, lunch at almost any village bistro for a Perigordine meal, or dine at some of the region's Michelin starred restaurants.
Spend the afternoon wine-tasting in the great wineries of the area or wandering through the many antiques shops that can be found throughout the region, or just come back to La Millasserie and take the sun on your terrace or by the pool.
Have dinner at one of the many excellent restaurants in the region. Dine under the stars next to a rushing stream, sample local produce at a family owned ferme auberge, enjoy imaginative cuisine at small restaurants hidden deep in the countryside, or have a splendid evening at one of the Dordogne's nine Michelin star restaurants. We will be happy to make reservations for you.
Location & Access
- Nearby cities
23.45 kms away from Bergerac 7.63 kms away from Lalinde 34.91 kms away from Sarlat
- Bergerac Dordogne Périgord (intl) 21.43 kms
Rooms & Rates
|Rates / Seasons||Low||Med||High||Very high|
|Single occupancy||95 € to 95 €||95 € to 95 €||95 € to 95 €||95 € to 95 €|
|Double occupancy||95 € to 95 €||95 € to 95 €||95 € to 95 €||95 € to 95 €|
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