The chateau was lovely. The owners were friendly - although they speak very little English, they try hard! - and basically stayed out of the way. Breakfast was very minimal - a croissant, a little bread, butter and jam, a bowl of apricots on the table and some yogurt. For 130 quid, I kind of think they could have provided a boiled egg or something. He offered us two suggestions for dinner - a place where the French people go, but on its own, or else, if we wanted to see the medieval city of Provins, a square in that town where they had several restaurants. We wanted to see the town, so we chose the latter, which was a huge mistake. My husband was served a horrid entrecôte which made him very, very sick for the next day and a half (not that this is the fault of the chateau owners of course - just a warning about the restaurants in "Tourist Central" in Provins).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located 70 kilometers southeast of Paris , near Fontainebleau, Provins and Vaux -le -Vicomte , the hubs of the castle welcomes you in the unique setting of its 30 -hectare park in the heart of a national forest . Lovers of relaxation will savor the pleasure of rest to the heated pool will walk in the romantic park with its chapel. We are open from 1 April to 31 October. Our rates: 150-180 € (2 persons), French breakfasts offered. ... more less