24350 Grand-Brassac, Dordogne
The Chateau Marouatte is a stunning 14th Century fortified castle steeped in history, now restored as an amazing family home.
Set in the Dordogne region of Perigord Vert in France, Chateau Marouatte enjoys spectacular panoramic views over the surrounding countryside.
The chateau provides a stunning venue for holidays, retreats, weddings and very special occasions. The castle combines a magical charm with modern comforts such as Egyptian cotton bed linen, satellite TV and wireless broadband. Special events such as banquets, cheese and wine tasting and murder mystery evenings are also available.
Chateau Marouatte has 12 individually styled bedrooms (11 kingsize/double and 1 single) plus 7 bathrooms. The 240 acre estate also includes a heated swimming pool, tennis court, playing field and many beautiful walks.
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