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Is one night at Chateau de la Caze enough?

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We're thinking of staying at the Chateau de la Caze in the Gorges du Tarn area for one night, and worried that it will not be enough. We'll be staying around Sarlat and will drive to the Chateau on the way to St Remy.

I am so entranced by the Gorges and the Chateau, but after checking out distances, etc. see that it's about 3.5 hrs from Sarlat and another 3.5 or so to St Remy. Yikes. That seems like it would leave us little time to relax and enjoy it with drives both before and after.

Has anyone stayed there recently? Are there hiking or walking trails nearby? Am thinking of trying to squeeze another night into this area if so. It would be frustrating if all we'd be able to do would be just to drive around in this beautiful area.

For some reason am having a hard time finding more detailed information on the Gorges area.

We have a little over two weeks for a trip that started out as just visiting the Dordogne area and Provence, but my husband insisted on adding four nights in Paris at the start. I might just have to give up the Gorges if this is trying to do too much in a short time.

Thanks, and sure appreciated the advice on the Paris hotel in my previous post.

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