We (three) spent two very pleasant days in the Château de Sarceaux and enjoyed our stay. The place is very well-maintained, PLENTY of heat, modern eco windows (double paned and insulated - yes they open), the rooms are spacious and calm, breakfast (which is included in the price and for those not used to the European style, this is worth 15 to 20 Euros) is nice without being fancy, French style. Help yourself cereal and yogurt, pots of coffee and or tea, jams, good bread and croissants, juice, a big cheese to slice, fruit. The hosts are very welcoming and helpful with the organization of your stay. Price for our room quite normal for Europe, we thought it was rather a good value, as we travel a good deal, live here in Paris and Brussels, and look for quality. The dinner was of solid quality with good wine included in the price of 49 EUR per person. Served on family silver, home cooked, PLENTY to eat. Candle lit dining room; first night it was as a house party, three groups of guests, total of eight people, all but two were English native speakers, - still the house and halls were quiet and restful. Fire in the library always (this was December), will go back again, as one other couple was there for their fourth visit, and the other trio were return guests as well, and even brought a bottle of wine as a house present to our host as is the custom here in Europe with friends!
Tea making tray in the bedroom with instant coffee too (this is France NEVER expect a tea tray here my British readers), TV in most bedrooms (but we were well entertained in the library by our host and hostess so we didn't need it,) great location just off the major road and also to the city. Everything was included in the price and I recommend that you ask for your dinner in advance (charge for this).