Number of Rooms / Suites: 10/2
Rates: from 99 € / from 150 €
Restaurant: Table d'hôtes (Advance booking essential)
Swimming pool on the estate
No Credit Cards
(Exit #5 at Beaume-les-Dames)
Reims 340 km • Basel 120 km
Brussel 515 km • Frankfurt 400 km
Lausanne 150 km
There are 19 rooms at your disposal. The ones in the main building were renovated in 1998 and are conservative and comfortable. The more spacious rooms are near the ground floor, you’ll certainly particularly appreciate the canopied four poster beds. Small but well-organized bathrooms contain tubs and showers. The restaurant, elected "Table de qualité" by Alain Ducasse and featuring a Michelin Star, offers Loire cuisine and fixed-price menus of excellent quality; reservations are required.
Leisure is well known in the chateau region, wine tasting, chateaux visits, medieval buildings but for nature lovers: the Aquarium de Touraine with typical Loire river fish, and the Chinon, Bourgueil and Vouvray vineyards and cellars. Golf, horse riding, tennis and cycling facilities also nearby.
Tél:+33 (0)2 33 27 54 71
Alistair Sawdays Special places to stay : “A 21st-century fairy tale: a 500-year-old château was abandoned by its owners for 30 years, then rediscovered by the heir who left sunny yellow Provence for cool green pastures”.
Châteaux et hôtels collection (CHC) : “….a superbly refurbished lounge on the ground floor featuring 18th century furniture, an intimate dining room where guests can discover a series of fine dishes served by the author of cooking books.”
Michelin red guide book : « A romantic stay awaits you in this château with its large parc….”
Chic Retreats : « Château Saint-Paterne is a true luxury family-run Château with the authenticity of a family home and the comfort and luxury of an elegant small charming hotel. Just 2 km away from Alençon, between Loire valley and Normandy, located half way between Paris and Brittany Château St Paterne lies in one of the most beautiful areas in France. Charles-Henry de Valbray and his team will welcome you with open arms into their home and invite you to appreciate the pleasures of life in this Renaissance period house that once accommodated Henri IV of France's paramours.
Room for romance : « THIS JEWEL OF A RENAISSANCE CHATEAU on the borders of Normandy and the Loire boasts impeccable credentials as a romantic hideaway. Château de Saint-Paterne was where King Henry IV conducted his very own liaisons dangereuses, indulging in royal romps with his lovers far from the prying eyes of his court. Wrapped in lavish 25-acre gardens and vibrantly restored by Charles-Henry and Ségolène de Valbray, Château de Saint-Paterne offers an authentic taste of ‘la vraie vie de château’ in a style that’s both luxurious and lived-in.
Guide Elle : « le château de Saint Paterne est entouré d’un vaste parc où il fait bon déambuler avant de se baigner dans la piscine ou d’apprécier au coin du feu un dîner préparé à partir des produits du potager.
However, the château was not built until the end of the 15th century, at which time Béraud Stuart, the grandson of John Stuart, returning from a campaign in Italy, constructed the main house to the side of the Chapel, that joined onto the Renaissance Gallery, which was built in 1525 by Robert Stuart, the son-in-law of Béraud Stuart and a comrade-in-arms of Bayard.
- In 1670, the last Stuart of Aubigny died and the Château de La Verrerie, as laid down in King Charles VII deed of donation, was returned to the French crown.
- King Louis XIV, acting on a decree of 18 March 1673, gave the land back to Charles II, King of England, who was the direct male descendant of John Stuart. In the same year, at his request, it was given as a gift to his mistress, Louise de Kérouaille, Duchess of Portsmouth.
- In 1734, the Duke of Richmond, son of Louise de Kérouaille and Charles II inherited the seigniory, raised to a duchy-peerage.
- In 1842, the heirs sold the Château and the land of Aubigny to Léonce de Vogüé, the ancestor of the current owners.
- In 1895, Marquis Louis de Vogüé built the south wing which now houses the reception rooms and most of the bedrooms.
- In 1962, Count Antoine de Vogüé, who had then been Mayor of Oizon since 1953 – and who would go on to become the Cher departmental councillor in 1964 and was re-elected to both positions – settled permanently in the ground floor of the north wing.
- In 1965, he opened the château to visitors and joined the Route Jacques Cœur association.
- In 1978, his wife, Countess Antoine de Vogüé, opened the ‘La Maison d’Hélène’ restaurant. In 1982, she started welcoming guests to the chambre d’hôtes. She now lives in the large house to the rear of the restaurant, known as the ‘Gros Chêne’.
Every winter, the association ‘Les Amis du Château de La Verrerie’, which was founded in 1999, organizes concerts in the Grand Salon of the Château.
- Children and extra beds: All children under 4 years are charged EUR 30 per person per night for extra beds. All children under 2 years are charged EUR 30 per person per night for baby beds. The maximum number of extra beds/baby beds in a room is 1. Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
- Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately when checking out.
- Pets are not allowed.
- Accepted credit cards: American Express, Visa, Euro/Mastercard, Carte Bleue, Diners Club. The hotel reserves the right to pre-authorize credit cards prior to arrival.
The Domaine De Rochebois Vitrac is located in Sarlat, Vitrac, Aquitane, France
- 300 yards from Domaine de Rochebois Golf Course
- 4.0 miles from Sarlat
- 3.0 miles from Sarlat-la-Caneda Aerodrome de Sarlat Airport (XSL)
- 3.1 miles from Gare de Sarlat
- 3.1 miles from Gare de Sarlat
- 3.6 miles from Chateau de Marqueyssac
- 3.8 miles from Gare de Vezac-Beynac
- 3.9 miles from St-Sacerdos Cathedral
Bourdeilles 24 310 Brantôme
Tel : +33 (0)5 53 03 70 11 Fax : +33 (0)5 53 03 42 84
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The seventeen rooms and suites, situated in both the towers and the main building are spacious, comfortable, and peaceful, each having a character of its own. They are equipped with period and stylish furniture, some with adjoining sitting rooms with fireplaces, wainscoting and four-poster beds. The Moulineaux suite, in addition, allows for private access onto the dungeon terrace
- Double Rooms from 80€ to 225€
- Extra beds from 15€ to 25€
- Half board chosen from the menu : 48€ per
- adult , 32€ per child and 19€ for under 10
- Short packages deal to 82€ and 89€
- Gift voucher and themes week end,
- Christmas, New Year's Eve party: contact us
- Animals welcome: 8€ per day
- By car : From Périgueux follow
signs to Brantôme D 939 and
D106 E1 to Biras-Lisle
- By train : 15 km from Périgueux
or 75 km with the TGV from
- By air : 50 km from Bergerac
or 90 km from Bordeaux.
- Helipad : GPS 45°17'901" Nord
/ 0°36'693" Est
- Route : De Périgueux direction
Brantôme D939, puis
direction Biras-Lisle D106 E1.
- Gare : Périgueux à 15 km ou
Angoulême par TGV à 75 km.
- Aéroport : Bergerac à 50 km
ou Bordeaux à 90 km
- Hélisurface : GPS 45°17'901" Nord
/ 0°36'693" Est
C12. CHATEAU DE LA FLEUNIE
Tél : +33 (0)18.104.22.168.01; Fax: +33 (0)22.214.171.124.59
Catherine DELPECH and Laurent TAYEBI
It is a region, rich in cultural and natural patrimony where you can, upon your desires and aspirations turn your stay to Culture, from Castles to water Mills, from prehistorical Sites to Medieval Villages, Nature, From Caves to Canyons, from Pubescent oaks forest to dry lawn valleys and night skywards observation with one of the purest sky in France, Nature Sport, From Hiking to Mountain Bike, From Canoe to Canyoning and speleology with one of the world-wide greatest spots.
A10 to Orléans then A20 to Limoges,Brive
Exit 54 then to MARTEL
Once you reach Lhospitalet Rocamadour then turn to the first right
To Gourdon (1,Mile ahead)
From Toulouse :
A62 to Bordeaux then A20 to Montauban, Cahors
Exit 56 then to Gramat and Rocamadour (D807) or to Rocamadour
(D50 et D32)
Railway - sncf.com
ROCAMADOUR Railway station (4 Miles)
Souillac (13 Miles)
BRIVE Airport (30 Miles)
TOULOUSE Airport (106 Miles)
GPS : 44:48:12N - 1:35:42E
Château de Garrevaques is a warm and welcoming family home, and as cheerful and inviting as these photographs indicate. If a personal touch is what you desire, this unique residence offers that and more. It proudly sits in its own 8-acre park surrounded by stately trees and vast lawns. A swimming pool is the focal point of outdoor activity and is available for the enjoyment of château guests.
D16. Hôtel Allodis
Season is from 21/07/2012 to 01/09/2012 incl.
Season Gold is from 22/12/2012 to 11/01/2013 incl. And from 09/02/2013 to 15/03/2013 incl.
Season Silver is from 16/03/2013 to 14/04/2013 incl.
Season Silver is from 15/12/2012 to 21/12/2012 incl. And from 12/01/2013 to 08/02/2013 incl.
Rates include the use of the swimming pool, sauna, Turkish bath, and fitness’ room.
Dogs are not allowed.
Baby (until 2 years) :
Summer season: only food will be charged.
If children share the parents’ room:
Children between 6 to 12: – 30 %.
Christmas dinner: supplement of 105 € per person.
New Year dinner: supplement of 168 € per person.
From 30 to 15 days before arrival. 75 % of the stay.
From 14 days to arrival. 100 % of the stay.
- balance to be paid 15 days before arrival.
ALBERTVILLE GRÉSY SUR ISÈRE
73460 FRONTENEX, France
Tél. : + 33 (0)4 79 37 91 59 - Fax : +33 (0)4 79 37 93 84
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- Hotel 3 stars
- Member of Relais du Silence and of Auberges & Bistrots de France
- 10 rooms and suite
- Gastronomic restaurant
- Terrace in summer
- Open air swimming pool
- 2½ acre park
- Bowling ground
- Locked garage
- Helicopter landing
- Animals admitted
FROM THEIR WEBSITE: In the shady park nestling in greenery, on the terrace, in the swimming pool with sunshine all day long, at the foot of the mountains, after a bowling session or just lying in the sun at your ease, you can enjoy your favourite aperitif and appreciate the blissful location, the rustic calm, the soft breeze caressing your skin.
• Explore surrounding lakes
Tél.: +33 (0)126.96.36.199.00
Fax : +33 (0)188.8.131.52.01
The Green Tower and the old fortified house which was outstanding for its doors and windows typical of the 15 th century, for its 17 th century ceilings and for its round tower to the north beside today's village, came into the hands of Noble Michel de Sonzier, who received 500 ecus in exchange for his possessions in Sonzier. The Sonziers also gave to the convent in Rumilly the ' Clos du Puits' and they will belong to them until 1793 when they were bought by the Ducoudray family, who sold them in 1864 to the Baron D'Alexandry d'Orangiani, mayor of Chambery and husband of Camille Cuillerie Dupont de Chambery.
The Lépigny Tower (the château's tower today), another part of the Puits estate, located 250m to the east of the Green Tower, went by mariage to the following families - Vuillod, d(Yenne, Losaz, Rochette, Berod,Jordanne de Bettonet, Beaufort. Francois de Beaufort was lord of the Puits in 1547 and then the Veigé de Lépigny family.The Lépigny tower belonged in 1600 to Noble Charles Veigé de Lépigny. In 1689 there was a chapel for St Francois. The Green Tower to the east and the Lépigny tower to the west are the main markers of a former feudal enclosure which sheltered nobles and commoners in brotherly solidarity. The modest homes moved closer to the orchards and land and only the two towers have resisted.
At the end of the 12 th and the beginning of the 18 th century, two other residences were built to the north-east and south-east of the Lépigny tower by the same family near a well.
The northern house was occupied in 1728 by noble Hyacinthe de Veigé de Lépigny.A story tells that in 1720 noble Hyacinthe de Veigé de Lépigny was prepared to marry his younger daughter to a bourgeois as he was poor and the reputation of the family had suffered: the elder daughter had given birth to an illegitimate child, supposedly with the lawyer Perret. The said Perret promised to wed the elder daughter if he was proven to be the father and if he received 10000livres.
Antoine de Gallis bought the estate in 1793 and his son-in-law sold it in 1842 to Baron Hyppolite d'Alexandry d'Orangiani, with its outhouses , for 16440 livres.
The latter also acquired another lot in 1867 for 5000 francs from the grand-sons of Benoît de Gallis, one of whom, Charles, had emigrated and become an important merchant in Lyons and Moscow while the other, Gustave, was a lieutenant in the army at Ancenis in 1875.
The residence to the south-east, next to the old Lépigny tower, belonged in 1728 to Jean-François de Lépigny and it is here that the Baron Michel d'Alexandry d'Orangiani built the Château de la Tour du Puits and kept the old tower of the Veigé de Lépigny.
Raymond Prevot, the current owner , acquired the estate in 1994.
Our rooms all bear the name of a historical character who lived in the castle. With their four-poster beds, or twin beds, marble and wooden-floored interiors, they are all different and vie with each other for comfort and decoration. You will want to try them all!
Our rooms are non-smoking and can be accessed via the staircase. There is no lift.
For reasons of hygiene, we accept small dogs only if they sleep in the basket provided. Large dogs are not accepted.
Garage, workshop and mechanic, bike rental, accompanying car, sports massage, - you will have everything you could wish for!
Specially for you, we can drop you off by helicopter at the golf course of your choice and pick you up after your game.
Alpine skiing, cross-country, snow-shoe outings, dog-sledging and bobsleighing.
Enjoy the comfort ,the seclusion, the excellent food and the spa in our castle ideally located at the foot of the ski resorts. Whatever your wishes and your level, with or without a guide or instructor, discover each day a new ski area, on or off piste. Try skiing for one day with a champion!
Fantastic! Our helicopter in one quick hop can take you to the resorts or nearly Italy where you can discover majestic peaks, the Mont Blanc, glaciers, and magnificent descents of over 2200 m in altitude difference.