Chateau de Siorac
24430 Annesse et Beaulieu
The magnificent French Chateau de Siorac was built in 1550 and is sited in a dominant position contemplating the valley of the river Isle. After a conscientious modernization and restoration, Chateau de Siorac opens its doors as a luxurious, exclusive self-catering rental accommodation and Bed and Breakfast in France.
Inside the Chateau you will enjoy the craftsmanship of those who built it. Monumental fireplaces, ancient wood paneling, oak beams covered in intricate plaster work, mosaics and wooden floors, all are part of an ancient theme that has only improved in appearance with time. It is this attention to detail that makes Chateau de Siorac one of the best bed and breakfasts in France and renowned for its excellent accommodation facilities.
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