“Discover the charm of a bygone age at an authentic chateau hotel in the Dordogne”
Close to the heart of the “Périgord Vert” in the Dordogne, and very near the regional capital (Périgueux), the three-star Hotel Château de la Cote is a beautiful conversion of a traditional French chateau that retains many features dating from its origins in the fifteenth century. Its round towers and turrets overlook a large wooded park and landscaped gardens, which offer the perfect setting for a memorable stay with us.
Inside the chateau, you will find a choice of bedrooms and suites, all of which offer traditional comforts tastefully augmented with modern facilities to further enhance your stay with us. While you’re with us, you can also enjoy fine dining at our restaurant in the heart of the chateau, where the excellent cuisine of the Dordogne meets with refined surroundings to provide an unforgettable culinary experience.
Romantic Weekends and Family Holidays in the Dordogne
At the Hotel Château de la Côte, you can enjoy the comforts of a prestige hotel with the family atmosphere of a bed and breakfast. For thirty years, we have had the pleasure of welcoming guests to our home – a traditional manor house that has been tastefully converted into an establishment that combines luxury with simplicity and traditional surroundings with tasteful modern touches.
Elegant and beautifully decorated, the seventeen bedrooms and suites in the Hotel Château de la Côte offer an enchanting ambiance as well as a panoramic view of the gardens and park, the avenue of boxwood trees and the rolling countryside of meadows and wooded hills that gives this corner of the Dordogne its local name – the “Périgord Vert”.
Gourmet Weekends and Enthralling Visits to the Dordogne
The Hotel Château de la Côte is close to the regional capital of the Dordogne, but its delightful countryside location means that you are a world away from the hustle and bustle once you arrive. Here, you can relax and enjoy the delights of the “cuisine du Périgord” – the tradition of culinary art in the Dordogne through both gourmet and lighter cuisine, which showcases the bounty of the “Périgord terroir”.