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Le Domaine d'Auriac

This family-run country house hotel – set in a 19th-century building in almost 100 acres of grounds – oozes grandeur without a hint of stuffiness. Staying here feels almost like visiting a benevolent rich relative’s home – except with a golf course and Michelin-starred restaurant on site too.
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