Castle Directory

French Castles, Chateau's, B & B

Scots-American Travel Advisors represent the following Castle's/Chateau's of France
 

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Basse - Normandie
Chateau du Landel - Bezancourt


(3) Haute - Normandie
Chateau de Quineville - Quineville

(6) Ile - de - France
Chateau de Lamberval B & B -
Freznoy en Thelle


(9) Alsace
Chateau de L'ile - Strasbourg


(12) Bourgogne
Chateau de Millery B & B - Autun
Chateau de Plombieres B & B - Dijon


(15) Limousin
Chateau de Chazepaud B & B - St Bard

(17) Lyon - Rhone-Alps
Chateau de Bagnols  (5 Star)


(18) Aquitaine
Chateau de L'Hoste - St Beauzeil


(21) Provence-Alpes- Cote D'Azur
Chateau de la Pioline - Aix - en- Provence






 

Chateau du Landel


Set in the beautiful countryside, the Château du Landel, a former staging-post on the pilgrim route of Saint James of Compostela, is an 18th century residence owned until 1870 by the Guild of Master Glassmakers.

Relax and enjoy a warm welcome in a elegant setting where you can truly get away from it all. Seventeen comfortable individually-designed bedrooms - Individual bathroom - Phone, Satellite TV, Radio, Hairdryer.

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Chateau du Quineville


Set in a park of 12 hectares with water level, the Castle of XVIIIè, residence of James
II Stuart, kept its historical heart and its richness. Each of the 20 rooms is entirely personalized, clear and roomy.

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Chateau du Lamberval


This little castle built at the outset of the XIXth century is surrounded by a park with centenary trees. Its owners offer you a young and welcoming atmosphere.

The two bedrooms at the disposal of our guests, situated next to the very homey octagonal living room and overlooking the garden, boast a refined decoration.

In the pleasant dining room Elise will serve you delicious breakfasts, with home-made brioche and jams. What a lovely way to start each of your days while staying at this enchanting home!

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Chateau de L'ile

Several chateaux were built at Ostwald, but one single dwelling: the Chateau de l'Ile. The first one, built in 1226, was rapidly destroyed twenty years later. Two others were later built in the 17th century, one was situated in the prolongation of the present road to the chateau and disappeared in 1870, the other, known as the "Chateau de l'Île", underwent significant restoration at the end of the 19th century

In 1918, Jean Antoine Darbois purchased the chateau in order to live there. His son, René, who took a keen interest in alternative medicine, based his Company, "les Thés du Château de l'Île", there.

 

 

Following the bombardment in 1944 which destroyed seven tons of raw material, the Company fell into decline and closed at the end of the Sixties. The chateau remained uninhabited up to 1994, the date of its inauguration as a chateau-hotel.  back to top






 

Chateau de Millery


Details yet to be posted...if  you are interested, please ask your travel representative to offer more details on this property.

 

 

 

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Chateau de Chazepaud

This neo renaissance hotel is situated the heart of the countryside, 15 minutes from Aubusson and 35 minutes from Vulcania park. Guests here can stroll in the centennial park, swim in the indoor heated swimming pool, and relax in the spacious and well decorated guestrooms.

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Chateau de Bagnols

Château de Bagnols is the finest five-star deluxe château hotel in France and is regarded by many as the finest vineyard chateau hotel in the world. Discovered by Lady Hamlyn in 1987 in a derelict state, she painstakingly restored the château with much energy and vision, to its former glory, revealing Renaissance wall and ceiling paintings created during the château's finest period when nearby Lyon was one of Europe's great Renaissance cities.

Dating from the 13th century, the chateau features impressive towers, the original dry moat, honey-coloured stone known as pierres dorées and a dramatic entrance across a drawbridge. The Château de Bagnols is one of France's major historic monuments as well as a unique luxury hotel with 21 of the most superb rooms and suites in France.

Château de Bagnols is set among vineyards, forests and green hills in the heart of the beautiful Beaujolais countryside in south-east France, just 17 miles from Lyon which has an international airport. A train from Paris or Geneva takes only two hours and the ski slopes of the Alps are a 90-minute drive away.

The Michelin star Salle des Gardes restaurant offers diners the most wonderful selection of regional specialties as well as an impressive selection of Beaujolais wines. Outside, the sun-facing terrace, shaded by 100-year-old lime trees, provides the most spectacular view of the Beaujolais countryside.

Château de Bagnols is a unique experience. Nowhere else in France can provide guests with such historic luxury in such a grandiose yet comfortable environment.

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Chateau de Plombieres

Superb residence of the XVIIème century renovated with taste by Colette and JC Tourtet.This prestigious place of charm, rich in history is located at the heart of Plombières-Lès-Dijon.

Ideally located, Plombières-Lès-Dijon is a splendid village at the edge of the channel of Burgundy, only five minutes from the center of Dijon, to ten kms from the Golf Jacques Lafitte, to ten kms of the circuit of Prenois, three minutes of the riding school, the academy of Bonvaux near the road of the great vintages.

 

 

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Chateau de la Pioline



Renovated 16th century château set in four hectares of parkland, located five kilometers from Aix en Provence.


Guestrooms feature Provençal-style décor and wood furnishings; all include dial-up Internet connections and air conditioning.

Guests can sample French cooking in the hotel restaurant or dine alfresco on the terrace during the summer months.

After breakfast guests can consult the hotel’s multilingual staff and concierge for any sightseeing assistance. The hotel has an outdoor swimming pool enclosed by trees and surrounded by sun loungers and parasols. Guests can make use of a nearby fitness center for a fee or stroll through the hotel’s four hectare parkland and gardens. For those guests with business needs, the hotel provides conference rooms and a range of audio-visual equipment.

This hotel features 33 guestrooms, all of which include dial-up Internet connections, cable television, air conditioning, tea/coffee making facilities and minibars.

Le Restaurant du Château - Guests can enjoy a fusion of traditional and nouvelle cuisine from the South of France along with an extensive wine list. The restaurant features light décor, wooden floors with patterned rugs, embroidered screens, walls hung with portraits, circular white linen topped tables with candles and upholstered armchair style chairs. There is a terrace lined with trees for al fresco dining in the summer. Vegetarian and children’s menus are available.

Le Bar du Château - Guests can sample a wide range of wines from France’s finest vineyards. The bar features patterned wallpaper with a white ceiling, a wooden bar, a fireplace and a widescreen television.

Le Poolside - Guests can take breakfast next to the pool in the summer months. The terrace features linen topped tables and wrought iron chairs.
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