Steeped in history and designed with ultimate luxury in mind, Immaculate Chateau is tucked away in the stunning countryside of south-west France, nestled among Aquitaine’s working vineyards and medieval “bastide” towns.
Lovingly and sympathetically restored in a classic style, the chateau combines traditional elegance with modern convenience. It’s a place you can completely switch off. And though you may feel like you’re in the middle of nowhere, you’re close to local amenities and everything you need for the perfect break.
Chateau manager Alicia lives in a cottage on the grounds (but you won’t know she’s there!). She can offer a private chef service, housekeeping, babysitting, advice about the local area and much more. Alicia really will go the extra mile to make your stay unforgettable – and her food is simply exquisite!
With three luxury king-sized bedrooms and three twin rooms – all en-suite – there’s plenty of room for everyone. Down the spiral staircase you’ll discover two stylish living rooms, a casual dining kitchen, office and formal dining space.
We know you’ll love Immaculate Chateau, as it’s the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Whether you’re relaxing by the saltwater heated pool in the summer sun, crunching through the autumn leaves on a stroll across our grounds or cosying up in front of the open fire for a Netflix marathon, you’ll find yourself in a state of total relaxation.
Built during the 1800s, the property appears in an early form on the cadastre of 1836. We believe the chateau as we know it today was redesigned and extended – with the addition of its grand turrets – in the late nineteenth century.
The nearest village of Temple sur Lot was named after the Templars, who settled near the River Lot in the late thirteenth century.