How to get there

(1) By plane

The Bourdil Blanc is very accessible from the UK. The house is literally 20 minutes from the airport.

Ryanair fly from London Stansted, Liverpool and East Midlands to Bergerac. Flybe flies from Southampton, Bristol, Birmingham, Exeter and Leeds Bradford to Bergerac There are also direct flights to Bordeaux from London Gatwick and from Manchester using BMI Baby as well as from Dublin using Air France and Aer Lingus. Bordeaux airport to the Bourdil is quite straightforward, either by cab, or by bus and train taking between one and two hours.For more information click the links

Ryanair (Stansted, Liverpool, East Midlands)
Flybe (Southampton , Bristol, Birmingham, Exeter and Nottingham)
British Airways (Gatwick)
BMI Baby (Manchester)

Try and book as far in advance as possible to take advantage of lower fares.

(2) By rail

From Waterloo International (London) you can either take a train to
(a) Paris Gare du Nord and then cross Paris by metro or cab and take a train from Paris Montparnasse direction Bordeaux, changing at Libourne to then catch a train to Bergerac.
(b) Lille and change to a train to Bordeaux, again getting off at Libourne and changing trains to Bergerac.

Rail Europe

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

specialises in International and European rail tickets and passes.

(3) By car

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

visit the Hoverspeed web site
visit the P&O Ferries web site

visit the Brittany Ferries web site
visit the Eurotunnel web site
visit the Sea France web site
Brittany Ferries
Euro Tunnel
Sea France

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

Click here for your route maps

You can hire cars from Bordeaux , Libourne or Bergerac



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