You drive up the long driveway and it really is Wow! It is a beautiful imposing building however surrounded by vineyards...all you hear are the animals and nothing else. We walked in and noticed how lovely and bright the entrance hall was and cool, perfect in 30 degrees. You can sit in the living areas which is just lovely.
Outside you can walk around the vineyards and sit outside the property with some wine, bliss.
They have a pool as well but unfortunately we didn't have enough time to use it.
We were in Chambre Marthe which was gorgeous, huge living space with sumptuous furnishings in keeping with Chateau style but all modern and new too. The bathroom and shower were lovely and modern. We had a view over the vineyards and some gorgeous wooden shutters you could throw open to admire the view.
Our hostess Sylvie was so friendly and welcoming, she left us a note and a bottle of wine from her vineyard which was such a lovely touch. Breakfast was typically french and just gorgeous, with lovely fresh breads and croissants and a beautiful grape juice that i loved! All very laid back and you could come and go as you pleased and nobody was imposing themselves on you which I loved.
We took home some bottles of Sylvie's Sauvignon Blanc which really was lovely.
Necessary to have a car though as there is not much near it but it is a Chateau so obviously not going to be in the centre of a busy town..
The only downside is that we couldn't spend more time there! But we will be back!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Bed & Breakfast and small restaurant (by reservation) managed by wine growers with available tours of their vineyards and operation. ... more less