Competition: Win a two-night Dordogne holiday and vineyard tour

Competition: Win a two-night Dordogne holiday and vineyard tour

Stay at the brand new Maison de Beaumont B&B in Beaumont-du-Périgord and discover the wines of Bergerac-Duras

In partnership with the luxury chambres d’hôtes Maison de Beaumont and Dordogne Vineyard Tours, we are giving away an amazing two-night holiday package to one lucky winner.

You’ll stay in the beautiful bastide village of Beaumont-du-Périgord in a luxury suite at Maison de Beaumont from where you’ll be collected to enjoy a full day amongst the vines hosted by Dordogne Vineyard Tours.

The luxury Maison de Beaumont B&B will open in June 2021 after a tasteful renovation by owners Peter and Mark. Peter and Mark are no strangers to the B&B world, having developed the award-winning La Villa de Mazamet. Built in 1960 in a typical Périgordian style, their charming new property is within walking distance of beautiful Beaumont-du-Périgord. Here, you can visit its historic square and fortified church.

Dordogne Vineyard Tours are run by Vincent and Sue. After many years working in the hospitality industry around the world, owner Vincent found the perfect opportunity to combine his professional experience with his personal interest in wine when he settled here in south-west France. Spending a day with them in the vineyards, you can look forward to visiting three of the seven terroirs, taste wine by independent producers and enjoy a leisurely lunch overlooking sun-kissed rows of vines. The tours are run in English and are designed for between two and eight people.

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The prize consists of a stay at Maison de Beaumont for two on a bed & breakfast basis in a twin or double room for two nights in 2021 or 2022 and includes a full-day Classic wine tour with Dordogne Vineyard Tours; flights/travel are at the winner’s own expense.

To enter, simply enter via the form below.

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