The latest about château de Belet

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Alain de Solminihac, Bishop of Cahors, Founder of Chancelade Abbey, born at Château de Belet

Exploring the Legacy of Alain de Solminihac, Bishop of Cahors, Founder of Chancelade Abbey, born at Château de Belet

Nestled in the picturesque Bordeaux, Dordogne region of France lies the enchanting Château de Belet, a historic birthplace of one of the Catholic Churches most notable reformers and a historic private family estate of 110 acres, a veritable hidden gem, restored by modern preservationist redevelopers Jennifer and Don Macdonald of Veritatis ("meaning Truth") steeped in the tales of the past. 
Chateau de Belet, Bordeaux Region Private Holiday Rental

Aim High, a quick guide for booking the whole hotel

The idea is simple enough: you and your group buy out a hotel and have almost the whole place to yourself. These days, when private pods have become complete social lives and tight circles have become exclusive circles, it is becoming more and more desirable to reserve the entire tiny boutique hotel or castle in order to ensure genuine, unique guest experiences.
The Vision for Sustainability, 15th Chateaux

Rebirth of Elegance: Chateau de Belet's Sustainable Renaissance

In the heart of the Bordeaux countryside, amidst sprawling vineyards, truffle-laden forests, and the rich tapestry of historical human culture, lies Chateau de Belet atop the private 110-acre estate. The magnificent Renaissance castle, with its regal façade and storied past, has recently undergone a transformative journey that goes beyond mere renovation. Over the course of 13 months in 2022, a team of skilled artisans under the aegis of development company Veritatis has not only restored the chateau to its former glory but also ushered it into a new era of sustainability and opulence rarely found in the whole of France or Europe.