The castle of Sauveboeuf sits between its orchards and the river. Built on the site of a 15th C fortress, the castle is razed in 1633 then rebuilt in the 17thC century by Charles Antoine de Ferrieres de Sauveboeuf : the new castle is a modern and comfortable house, with large mullioned windows andvbeautiful chimneys. Patiently restored over tens of years by its owner Claude Douce you will discover the monumental stone staircase, the dining room and its large tapestries. A superb view of the Vézère River from the Renaissance terrace.
A remarkable restoration by Claude Douce. A castle like no other in Périgord : its uncluttered facade with large windows announces an architecture style Louis XIII (XVII century) in its entirety. The collections : magnificent pieces of the British Museum, Egyptian collection. You will go back to the time of the Gauls, the Romans, the renaissance and the eighteenth century, with rare paintings and furniture, not to mention the magnificent views of the Vézère. A beautiful experience.