Château de la Treyne Lacave
Château de la Treyne
Overhanging the Dordogne and surrounded by 120 hectares of forest, the chateau dates from the 14th and 17th century and combines the authenticity of the past, the stamp of comfort and the highest quality standard of a listed site.
Owned by Philippe and Stéphanie Gombert, the château is a member of the Relais & Châteaux association (a global fellowship of individually owned châteaux, castles and townhouses). The couple handle the art of living to perfection; rich and refined bedrooms, breakfast in the shade of ancient cedars, dinner in the Michelin-starred restaurant or on the terrace overlooking the river. This really is a glorious hotel with chateau-living at its best.
When chef, Stephane Andrieux, was offered the chance to take command of Château de la Treyne kitchens in 1998, he just couldn’t resist the appeal of the ingredients and flavours of home. His cuisine, incorporating the gourmet heritage of Périgord and Quercy, is creative and tremendously enticing.
- Scampi risotto
- Mallemort asparagus salad
- Meringued soup with truffle milk
- Foie gras cooked four ways
- Quercy lamb cutlets
- Rooms are accessible by elevator
- Equipped with air-conditioning
- Satellite television
- Michelin-starred restaurant
- Combination of beautiful surroundings inside the castle and outside
- Wonderful gourmet cuisine
- Setting high above the beautiful River Dordogne
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