Chateau des Vigiers
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Chateau des Vigiers Monestier
Travel Blogs from Monestier
... had their dogs with them..well behaved. Probably too hot to leave them in the cars? Returned home through the maize fields ( food for the geese and ducks sacrificed for fois gras) and sunflower fields with heads drooping and drying before harvest for safflower oil. Not many birds possibly due to a few hawks and jays and magpies who are very aggressive to smaller birds. Had a drink with Mary and Rudy before heading out to our last dinner and Lodge de Vezere ...
... relaxed atmosphere..children having a great time with bike competitions as well as rides and icecream etc. for them.Weather lovely but clouds appearing. Drove to St A to sort some washing and plan tomorrows tour before we leave Tuesday for Burgundy. Had simple bread tomato cheese etc. tea after Rudy cleaned the pool and recovered it. Not warm enough to swim but very pleasant sitting in ...
... finishing time. A wonderful community event which makes S A tick along well.I sat next to a girl who was visiting her French parents from Paris before heading off to NZ to bum around for a while.Her brother is already there..her parents had moved from Nice to S A as it had become too busy. Said farewells and helped clean up Drifted home in the dark..torch on phone handy. Big day at Limeyrat today so must go to breakfast ...
A lazy day planned around the Gite, Anne went for a run in the morning. I finished reading the book I borrowed from the Gite (so it can be returned before we leave) and I spent the rest of the afternoon thinking about how I'm going to get all the wine we've bought in the car! Amazingly it all fits and there is still space for our luggage! Last night in the Gite and a lovely meal to celebrate a great week away. Even ended the night playing ...
Today we went to Bordeaux and what a lovely place it is. We parked on the outskirts and caught the tram in, then walked around a few of the monuments for a few hours, with a lunch break of course. Climbed to the top of the tower (260 steps) where the views of the city were good. Walked down the side of the river and through a couple of parks before heading back towards the tram and back to the Gite. A long day, but we'll definitely go back there ...