Château Le Pintre

Dordogne & Gironde

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  • Ground floor: Dining room/kitchen (dishwasher, washing machine, oven, microwave) with doors to pool area. Stairs leading to galleried sitting area (TV, DVD, CD). Wood burning stove. Corridor leading to: Twin bedroom with en suite shower room and separate cloakroom. Double bedroom with en suite shower room and separate cloakroom. Double bedroom (four poster bed) with en suite shower room and separate cloakroom. Two twin bedrooms. Cloakroom. Bathroom. Central heating throughout the house (payable locally). WiFi.
  • Outside: Attractive garden with lawns and flowerbeds. Barbecue house. Open patios. Badminton net. Table tennis. Private parking.
  • Large private swimming pool (13m x 7m).

Standing in the grounds of a fine 18th century Château a mere 1.8km from the pretty bastide town of Eymet, this attractively restored and very popular property enjoys an unquestionably picturesque setting; château and courtyard to the rear with the house looking out across its own private grounds of mature trees, rolling lawns and large swimming pool.

The work of the caring owner is clear to see in the charming interior, where hand carved furniture is complemented by tastefully chosen fabrics. The original fine stone fireplace dominates one wall of the dining room, whilst the neighbouring well equipped kitchen boasts all the comforts of modern day living. Throughout, the tall windows that line the front of the house provide clear views across the pool and garden and create bright and cheerful rooms.

Outside, keen swimmers will be delighted by the generous proportions of the swimming pool. Measuring 13m by 7m, it is one of the largest in our portfolio of French houses. To the side stands an impressive barbecue house and beyond, a lovely garden of wide lawns, dotted with shady trees, stretches down to the river that skirts the boundary.

A range of local shops and restaurants can be found in nearby Eymet, which can be reached on foot. Alternatively, a 30 minute drive past the fields of well ordered vineyards that are so typical of this area takes you to the attractive centre of Bergerac, with its fascinating old centre of narrow streets and well preserved historic buildings.

  • The owner lives on the estate in the château behind the property. She does not use any of the facilities and your privacy is fully respected.
  • Arrival time is from 17:00.

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Great Things to Do Near Château Le Pintre

Enjoy swimming in the large pool

(13 m x 7 m) at Château Le Pintre.

Have dinner (and lunch and breakfast)..

..on the lovely covered terrace overlooking the pool, and a step from the house itself.

Wander along the country road into the pretty bastide town of Eymet

where you will find a choice of shops, including bakeries for the fresh croissants for breakfast.

The famous golf course of Château des Vigiers (18 hole)

is not too far away, about 20 km. Have a game of golf and then come back and relax by the pool.

Sail up & down the Dordogne River on a traditional barge,

discovering the wonderful landscape as seen from a boatman's view. Lunch and dinner are served on the barge. Departure from Creysse (32 km).

Whilst in the area around Creysse,

visit the Pécharmant vineyards and the wonderful Château de Tiregard at the heart of a working vineyard - visit the barrel hall and the formal gardens and of course, taste the wine.

A trip to Bergerac is a must


Visit the château of Monbazillac

(20 km) with its fine collection of XVIIth century furniture, and a museum of wine and its vineyards. Discover the wonderful wines in the area by tasting them at the château.

Do not miss a wander around the famous wine town of Saint-Emilion (64 km).

It is the first wine growing area listed by UNESCO so it is definitely worth a visit. There is also a huge monolithic church carved out of limestone rock, as well as miles of underground tunnels and caves.

Saint-Emilion is not too far from Bordeaux,

a beautiful city and home to good wine and food. There is so much to do and see in the city that we cannot begin to say where to start!

Visit the medieval Bastides of the Dordogne such as Beaumont-du-Périgord,

Monpazier, Issigeac, Miramont-de-Guyenne.... not forgetting Villeréal and Monflanquin in the Lot-et-Garonne.

Step back in time and see how the gentry lived during the Renaissance at the Chateau de Lanquais,

one of the jewels of the Dordogne, with its fully furnished apartments (34 km).

If the large pool at Chateau Le Pintre is not enough,

take the children to Aqua Park Junior Land, 10 mins from Bergerac in the direction of Bordeaux. There are four pools, with a water slide and direct access to the river for canoeing. Mountain biking, quad bikes, beach volleyball, table tennis are always on offer. The park is open daily from May to September from 1000 to 0100 the following morning - floodlit at night!

Don't miss all the great food markets.

The area is well known for its food so head to Bergerac on a Wednesday and a Saturday, Eymet on Thursdays.

Have a coffee in the Place de la Bastide in Eymet

and admire the arcades and the stonework. Take a guided tour around the town and learn a bit more about its history and architecture.

During July and August, there is an evening market in Eymet every Tuesday.

Do nothing except laze around the pool and enjoy your holiday.



Eymet 5 mins
Castillonnès 25 mins
Bergerac 30 mins
Villeneuve-sur-Lot 50 mins
Villefranche-du-Périgord 60 mins


Bergerac 30 mins
Bordeaux 90 mins
Toulouse 130 mins
Brive 145 mins
Times are approximate

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