How To Get To The Charente and Dordogne

There are a variety of ways to travel to our part of France and no doubt your choice will be defined by the length of your stay, ease of travel or even by how many bottles of wine you want to take home. Below are the options available.. we think we have covered them all.

By Air

There are airports at Angoulême, Bergerac, Bordeaux and Limoges. These are served by a number of airlines. Click on them to connect to their websites to find the best deal for you.

British Airways
Easyjet
Flybe
Ryanair


By Rail

You can travel to Angoulême by train from London St Pancras via Paris. See here.


By Ferry

You can travel here by car using the channel tunnel using Eurotunnel, or by ferry. Brittany Ferries channel crossings are from Poole and Portsmouth to Caen, Cherbourg and St. Malo, as well as from Plymouth to Roscoff. LD Lines have crossings from Dover, Newhaven, Portsmouth and Rosslare to Bologne, Dieppe and Le Havre.


We will provide guests with more detailed directions at the time of booking.