The chateau is elegant--set on eleven manicured acres in an idyllic
village. it's exterior is breathtaking--roses climbing its walls, Iris in bloom, vines gently moving up the walls. Its interior is equally beautiful, bought back to its glory by two exécutives who chose early retirement to dedicate
themselves to restoring this historic beauty. Our Marie Antoinette suite was huge and elegant overlooking the peaceful
back courtyard. The only sounds were birds and a occasional church bell. Blissful rest.
Breakfast was perfect--croissants, fresh yogurts, eggs, cheeses, breads, meats, juices and perfect coffee. Dinner was over the top, beginning with aperitifs in the salon, a perfectly prepared entree accompanied by a delicious sparkling rose, and a main course of freshly (perfectly!) cooked cod with a balsamic touch, gratin, and broccoli. Dessert of a perfectly prepared sorbet, berries, and macaron followed. A heavenly
Thèse men are masters of the art of hospitality. This was one of the most enjoyable stays we have ever had.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking