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The former summer residence of the dukes of Nevers, this charming Renaissance château has been fully restored. Less than five minutes from Magny-Cours, it is set in a magnificent park surrounded by a countryside worthy of the best paintings of Jean Watteau. Inside the château, its rooms...
This small castle has been renovated and refurbished as a hotel with little attention for detail or style. The room we stayed in was quite small. There's no airco (and it was hot) and the door closes and opens with difficulty. I liked the bric-a-brac...More
We found the Chateau (it is tucked back on a small spur road, hidden if you come from the wrong direction and it was easily passed, even though we had directions) and the first view was delightful in the golden afternoon sunlight - tranquil, rural,...More
We needed hotel close to Nevers , which this is , we stayed in the annex we rejected the first room offered. However the second room which was 20 meters from the first was very good. If you are looking for peace and quiet this...More
Property renovated internally to a good standard. Room was well appointed and very spacious with excellent bathroom. Freestanding bath with shower head.
Bed and bedding was excellent.
Menu limited but absolutely excellent with superb service. Wine list a little expensive.
Have a good GPS to...More
The satnav location given as Lat/Long made it simple to find. Not sure I'd have found it without. An old small chateau, quite charming. First room offered was up a flight of stairs with the bedroom itself up another quite steep flight. Being of an...More
Response from lesallay | Property representative |
We would be deligheted to welcome you at Sallay. Evening meals are 35€, and as everything is prepared on the day for our clients, it is much better if you can book 24hours in advance.