Situated almost equi-distant from Bordeaux, Angouleme, Cognac and St. Emilion (all under one hour away) and close to the appellations of Côte de Blaye and Côte du Bourg, we are in the centre of this world famous wine region.

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In 2017 there are flights to Bordeaux from Bristol, (Easyjet), Gatwick, (British Airways and Easyjet) Luton and Stansted (Ryanair), Birmingham, Southampton, (Flybe) there are also flights from Belfast, Glasgow, Liverpool, Dublin and Cork.

There are also flights to Bergerac from Stansted, Cork and Edinburgh, (Ryanair) Edinburgh, Birmingham, Exeter, Manchester, Southampton, Exeter, Birmingham, Edinburgh, London Gatwick (Flybe) and London City Airport (BA).


It is easy to travel by train from London to Bordeaux. The route with the biggest choice of departures each day is that via Paris, where a change of stations is required from Gare du Nord to Montparnasse. But if you do not like the idea of changing stations in Paris, there are alternative routes from London to Bordeaux via either Lille or Marne la Vallee-Chessy – these options may take a little longer but you would avoid the cross-city transfer in Paris.

The journey from London St. Pancras to Bordeaux normally starts with a high speed run on Eurostar to Paris, then you take the metro to Montparnasse, connecting there onto a French TGV train direct to Bordeaux or, equidistant from us, Angouleme.

Bookings for the journey from London to Bordeaux normally open three months prior to the date of travel


From Calais it is about 9 – 9.5 hours by road. Ferry from Portsmouth to Caen which is 6.5 hours away Ferry from Portsmouth to St. Malo which is 5.5 hours away Ferry from Weymouth / Poole to St. Malo / Caen. If travelling by Brittany Ferries, after booking Le Moulin du Lary contact the owners for special deals on Brittany Ferries.


On the D 134, off the D910bis which goes between MONTGUYON - Charente Maritime (17) and GUITRES (33). The DORDOGNE is 40 minutes to the east and the Atlantic coast is less than 2 hours away to the west. CERCOUX (the nearest village) is 5 minutes away and has a bakery which delivers to Le Moulin du Lary, a small general store, a garage,a hairdresser and a bar / café / restaurant – “La Forestièrre”.

MONTGUYON (15 minutes) is famous for its Site en Scene which takes place in July, There also are the remains of a 12th century castle. MONTGUYON also has a large Intermarche supermarket and a market once a week. It also has all the necessary amenities such as banks, butchers, and shops.

GUITRES, 20 minutes away, is on the River L’Isle where you can get boat trips and there is also a steam railway which operates on Sundays.

COUTRAS, which has a large market on Saturdays, is less than 20 minutes away, on the River Dronne and has two large supermarkets as well.