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How to get here

By plane

The Bourdil Blanc is easily accessible from the UK.

Ryanair fly from various airports (London Stansted, Liverpool, Bristol and East Midlands in the UK as well as Charleroi near Brussels). Flybe flies from Southampton, Birmingham, Exeter, Edinburgh, and Manchester . Jet 2 flies from Leeds Bradford , British Airways flies from London City airport and Transavia flies from Amsterdam.

There are also direct flights to Bordeaux with British Airways, Easy Jet, Ryanair  from London Gatwick, London Luton, London Stansted, Bristol, Manchester and Edinburgh and Dublin with Aer Lingus. Also flights with Air France through Paris.7

Bordeaux airport to the Bourdil is quite straightforward, either by cab, or by bus and train taking between one and two hours. ( For bus timetables check out http://www.bordeaux.aeroport.fr/fr/info/navette-directe) and then a train for just over an hour For more information about trains to Bergerac check out www.sncf.com or the low cost alternative http://www.idtgv.com/ or Raileurope http://www.raileurope.com/fr/index.html

The cost of the transfer from Bergerac airport or train station is included in your Holiday. We come and pick you up.it is only ten minutes from the house

For more information on other flight routes to Bergerac try www.skyscanner.net

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Try and book as far in advance as possible to take advantage of lower fares which rely on maximum availability, as this decreases, so the price increases.

You can also fly to Bergerac privately and we will come and pick you up at the airport.

By rail

From London St Pancras you can take a train to

EITHER Paris Gare du Nord and then cross Paris by metro or cab and take a train from Paris Montparnasse (direction Bordeaux), changing at Libourne or Bordeaux to connect with the train to Bergerac.

OR Lille and change to a train to Bordeaux, again getting off at Libourne or Bordeaux and changing trains to Bergerac.

Motorrail is also available from the UK to Brive, Bordeaux and Toulouse

By car

You can drive through the tunnel from the UK or cross the Channel by ferry.

To find out about alternative routes to the Dordogne by car, click below.

You can hire cars from Bergerac, Bordeaux  or Libourne