Dating back to the 16th century and set amidst the famous vineyards of this beautiful and unspoiled region, Château des Vigiers is an internationally renowned Luxury Hotel, Golf and Spa situated in the Dordogne Périgord region of South West France.
Each of the 25 individually decorated rooms in the Chateau reflects the taste of French finery of centuries past, while the nearby Dépendances, evoke a more rural ambience. Above all, the Michelin star gourmet restaurant “Les Fresques” with its extensive selection of fine wines from this Region is just waiting to welcome you
Restaurant “Les Fresques” is situated in the 16th Century château. Head Chef, Didier Casaguana was awarded 1 Michelin Star in 2014, 2015 and 2016. “Les Fresques” offers a sophisticated and sumptuous dining experience, complemented by an extensive wine list. Open every evening except Sunday and Wednesday from 14th April to 31th October 2016.
Brasserie “Le Chai” is set in our old wine making building and offers a more informal and relaxed dining experience, also serving lighter meals and snacks.
The Relais fitness room provides bikes, stepper and rowing machines. Access to sauna, fitness room, outside heated pool (from May to September), tennis, darts and table tennis are free of charge for hotel guests. At the Maria Galland beauty center clients can also find a sauna and Jacuzzi.
We wouldd be delighted to organize visits to sample the produce at the AOC vineyards of Bordeaux and Bergerac, or enjoy the many local markets, where you can buy local specialities such as truffles, cèpes, and foie gras. If you would like us to send you some information on the
various activities we can arrange for you in this area just send us an email.
Donald Steel, considered to be one of the very best “natural” golf course architects, created this unique
27-hole course in its peaceful and scenic setting amidst plum trees, oak woods, lakes and vineyards. Donald Steel has contributed to many world-famous courses such as the Jubilee and Eden courses at St. Andrews as well as Chantilly in France. He designed the course with Château des Vigiers as its center-piece and the 9th and 18th holes finish off in front of the Château.