And in the château…
The vestibule (96 m²)
The perfect place to receive your guests, the classical style vestibule features strikingly majestic monolithic columns. The Greek gods, eternal hosts, will watch over you as you celebrate late into the night.
After you pass through the gates, an English-style driveway leads to the château, with views over the countryside.
The rotunda room (104 m²)
The grand salon, under its slate dome, is perfect for a sit-down dinner. Your guests will adore the historical atmosphere of this splendid ceremonial room, with its alternating mirrors and family portraits.
The Louis XIV salon (40 m²)
Leading directly into the grand salon, this reception room is perfect for younger guests and children, who can dine under the watchful eye of the Sun King.
The dining room (56 m²)
Guests can also enjoy a feast in the Louis XVI period dining room, its walls decorated with paintings of the four seasons and stucco hunting trophies.
The chapel (28 m²)
Invite your guests to an intimate religious ceremony in the private chapel.
The main kitchen (68 m²)
In the highly original neo-medieval kitchen, you can organise a brunch or any other foodie experience you fancy.
A modern kitchen (24 m²)
A professional kitchen is available for your caterer, with an oven, plate warmers, refrigerator and dishwasher.