Le Manoir de Tachau, an 18th century stone manor, set in its own extensive grounds, with 3 stunning gites available for summer letting, is a mere 4Km from the historic bastide market town of Duras, which suffered very lightly during the French Revolution owing to the total disinterest of the local inhabitants!
The formal gardens of Le Manoir de Tachau lead directly to the vineyards. The two picturesque fishing lakes are a short walk from Le Manoir, the hidden gem of the Dordogne.
Le Manoir de Tachau has three gites available for summer bookings from the end of April to early October.
A large, two storey suite with three bedrooms (two double and one twin).
A spacious gite with two double bedrooms and two single beds on a mezzanine.
Refurbished in 2012, this gite includes one double & one twin bedroom plus an extra single bed on the mezzanine.
Our gites are only twelve miles from the Dordogne river, offering a galaxy of sightseeing opportunities.
In the nearby delightfully sleepy market town of Duras, there is a good range of shops including two supermarkets, two bakers, butchers, chemist, newsagent with English newspapers, florists, banks, cafes, three excellent restaurants and even a library. There is also a small department store that sells everything including fishing equipment, pool toys and shoes etc and a bike hire shop.