To travel through periods...
To 5 kilometers of Montignac-Lascaux, at the edge of Vézère, the Sauvebœuf Castel of pure style Louis XIII proposes to the visitors, besides his period furniture, a real journey in the time thanks to exceptional collections of prehistoric objects, Greek, Egyptian and Roman antiquities, sculptures of the Middle Ages and the paintings of Dutch teachers and the French school of the XVIIIth century.
Built in the same style as the Luxembourg Palace in Paris, the Castle consists of a vast lengthened main building framed by detached flags in roofs with small windows giving onto Vézère. We can admire the court of entrance, facades there and the roofs of the castle, the gallery and the detached flag which follows upon him, the skeleton of the castle, the main staircase, the fence of the main courtyard, and the dovecote.
His current owner, Claude Douce decided to open to the public the castle and to share his passion for the archaeology and the Prehistory.
Also place of reception for weddings and private events, the Castle of Sauveboeuf regularly calls on to the know-how of Château-Hôtel La Fleunie to assure caterer's services.