The Château enjoys has a magnificent entrance hall with reception desk, 2 large dining rooms, 2 reception rooms, a bar and 10 ensuite double bedrooms. in the basement there are laundry facilities, an office and also the kitchen.
This magnificent and private Renaissance-style chateau built between 1830 and 1840, was superbly restored in 2005 to create a luxury hotel and gastronomic restaurant. The choice of furniture and decoration have created a warm, welcoming atmosphere. The result being a peaceful and sumptuous place to relax and enjoy all that the region has to offer.
South-facing, all the rooms are superbly situated with a view of the grounds, the woodlands and the distant hills. All bedrooms can be accessed directly by lift.
The property also has a kitchen garden on a separate plot of land to keep the hotel in fresh veg for the restaurant. Outbuildings include the stables, the hayloft and the servants' quarters. The tractor has replaced the horses! - but the horse boxes and the fodder feeders remain. There is a mini fort dating from the Middle ages, with drawbridge and arrow slits. Partially in ruin, surviving in the woods near the entrance of the grounds but hidden from view.
Situated 25km from the TGV station at Châtellerault, and only 35km from Poitiers airport as well as under 4hrs drive from 3 different Channel ferry ports. It is also close to all of the spectacular Loire Valley Chateaux and you can be in Paris in under 1 1/2hrs or on the coast at La Rochelle. There is a lake and beach at St Cyr which is only about 25km away, Futuroscope is less than 30km with its 3d themed rides making it the 2nd most popular theme park in France.
There are many things to do and explore in this charming and elegant region of France, medieval villages of the area, Loches where Joan of Arc met with the King of France or Amboise, the resting place of Leonardo da Vinci to name but a few. Or any of the many local vineyards such as Chinon, Vouvray, Saumur and Haut-Poitou.