Summer 2013 – Bookings now being taken!
We are pleased having confirmed several bookings for 2013. We recommend to book now to garantee your dates. Special offers start in Novembre and also for ChristmasRead more
Special Offers for 2013
La Treille is now opened all year long. Don't hesitate to book for night stayings! Offers Valentine's Day. See our Special Offers sectionRead more
Free Internet Access
Free WIFI broadband internet access is available in both our gites and throughout the property. Don't forget to bring your laptop!
Our gites at La Treille are available for weekly rental all year long, and can be rented individually or both together for larger groups.
Prices start from £310 per week for each gite.Read more
Where are we?
La Treille is about 30 minutes from Perigueux and 1 hour from Angouleme and within 2 hours of 5 airports. The gites are in an elevated position amid the rolling hills of the Dronne Valley between the quaint villages of Montagrier and Tocane St Apre on a headland of the River Dronne – one of the most picturesque areas in France....Read more
From 1 July 2012 La Treille Gites will be under new ownership! "The season is ending and it worked very well. Thank you for the previous owners, Julie and Jeff, who did a very good job."Read more
La Treille blog posts
March 18th 2012 is the 12th Fête de la Moto at Le Bugue after a gap in 2011 and there will be more than ever ... Continue Reading →
The arrival of Spring and the Carnival season kicks-off with a bang… This was the 29th production for the Dordognes take of the ‘Mardi Gras’ ... Continue Reading →
A new law has been passed in France to make it obligatory for all cars and motorcycles to carry a breath test kit from 1st ... Continue Reading →
With over 4,500 km of beautiful rivers in the Dordogne and La Treille Gites being only 2.5 km from one of it’s prettiest – The ... Continue Reading →
Book now and get £100 off normal weekly rates during April & May (including Easter week)… Now only £450 per week for up-to 5 persons!!! ... Continue Reading →