A very warm welcome to Château Soulac.
We are available for your wedding or weekly rental.
Located in a quiet rural setting amongst vineyards and woods, Château Soulac is an eight hectare property with stunning elevated views over the Dordogne river and valley.
We are just 25 minutes from the world renowned St. Emilion and 60 minutes drive from Bordeaux.
Both Bergerac and Bordeaux airports are within easy reach, as is the TGV at Libourne and Bordeaux.
We look forward to welcoming you at Château Soulac very soon.
Weddings & Rentals
We feel it is a real privilege to host a small number of weddings every year. We have our own ‘in-house’ wedding planner so you can be assured of an individual and attentive service. Our wedding packages are flexible but are normally based on three or four nights accommodation around your wedding date to give you time to truly relax and enjoy the whole experience.
Château Soulac is also perfect to rent for friends and family get togethers, on a weekly or fortnightly basis. We have large grounds and nicely proportioned entertaining spaces, while the configuration of our accommodation allows for all of your party to have their own space.Weddings & Rentals at Soulac>
Accommodation & Grounds
Between the main château and its three apartments, Le Soulac sleeps up to 22 people. The main chateau building, accommodates up to eight people in four beautiful en suite rooms. We guarantee that we can find a configuration to suit your party.
There are several entertaining spaces within the main château, including the 'chapel' winter dining room, the summer dining room with conservatory doors, a large modern family kitchen / dining area and a salon. The library / study area, TV room, open fireplaces and underfloor heating add to the excellent amenities offered.
Set amongst the 8 hectares of grounds are woods, a hard tennis court, table tennis, badmington and a lovely swimming pool within a walled surrounding.Accommodation & Grounds at Soulac>
About Château Soulac
Château Soulac is located within the jurisdiction of Juillac, standing on top of a natural rock formation overlooking the Dordogne river and valley. Originally called Château du Soulat, it is a fortified residence of the 17th century, having originally started as a 14th century monastery and chapel.About Château Soulac>