In the Black Perigord, the castle of Caudon was built in 1805 by the lawyer Jacques de Maleville, one of the future drafters of the Civil Code. His son Pierre Joseph then builds the park and builds common and an orangery. In 1835, Lucien, son of Pierre Joseph and future deputy then senator of the Dordogne, raises the building of a floor and add two side pavilions.
The estate, with its avenue of plane trees and boxwood gardens, is classified among the remarkable gardens.
On the estate, a monolithic chapel, located on one of the first christianized sites of Périgord, is also listed as a historical monument since 1987.
These are now four beautifully restored and decorated homes that welcome you in seasonal rentals, each with its private pool and landscaped park.