Simply fantastic. This place is spectacular - a proper castle with fortifications. The room was enormous, beautifully decorated and had a bathroom in one of the towers. The hosts were lovely, very welcoming and helpful. They recommended a fabulous local restaurant a pleasant walk away for dinner. The castle tour (castle is open to public but you get a tour for free if you stay) was very good and the guide made a lot of effort to keep the French simple and slow for us English which was much appreciated.The breakfast was amazing with gorgeous fresh bread and croissants, meats, local cheeses, home-made jams, lots of lovely fruit, local juices and great coffee. This is a lovely part of France with great views and some lovely lakes - some of which you can swim in. I'd love to stay here again and will definately return if in the area. It isn't cheap but in my view worth the money as a special treat!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A powerful fortress built during the XIIIth century, enlarged and embellished at the time of the Renaissance. Property of the Queens Catherine of Medicis and Marguerite of Valois. The owners will welcome you at home in their five guestrooms, large and quiet, with great views and private bathrooms and separate toilet. Breakfast is served in the vaulted dining room presenting a collection of copper artifacts. A large 4 ha park with free access. ... more less
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