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The Chateau sleeps up to 23 adults and 4 children arranged as follows:

Ground Floor

- Kitchen
- Morning Room
- Hallways
- Library
- Lounge
- Double bedroom with ensuite bathroom & cot
- WC x 2
- Chapel
- Balcony

First Floor

- Double bedroom with ensuite bathroom
- Triple bedroom (double plus singe bed) with ensuite bathroom
- Family suite (3 separate rooms: 2 doubles plus children’s twin) with ensuite
- Twin bedroom with ensuite shower
- Triple bedroom (double plus single bed) with ensuite, seperate WC
- WC
- Linen room

Second Floor

- Double bedroom with ensuite bathroom
- Double bedroom with ensuite bathroom
- Cinema room

Third Floor

- Double bedroom
- Double bedroom
- Single bedroom
- Bathroom
- Sitting Room

Basement

- Laundry room
- Gym (under refurbishment)
- The Tower (under refurbishment)



The chateau is on an elevation of the river Yonne in approximately 65 acres of land. Most of this has been converted to farmlands and gardens today although in the past it was a self-maintaining estate with its own orchards, fish pool, live-stock yard and stables. Today, only the central portion of the chateau, the external walls of the stables and the dovecote remain as original of the 14th century building. The swimming pool occupies the site of the fish pool with the remainder of fields are divided used mainly for cattle-farming and hay-making.


As a guest to the chateau, you will have private use of the pool, all the parkland and fallow fields. You may also fish in the river although recreational kayaking is quite popular on this stretch of the Yonne.


Central Burgundy is a region renowed for its gastronomy, art, culture, diverse scenery and leisure activities.

To the east is the stunning unspoilt Morvan National Park. Here, you can relax or participate in a huge range of leisure and sporting activities offered including fishing, riding, kayaking, quad biking and white water rafting.


To the South is the route of the Grands Crus where you can drive direct into the vineyards of Pommard, Mersault, Montrechet and Gevrey Chambertin. Along this way are also the historic towns of Autun, Beaune and Dijon with their unique Germanic ducal heritage.


To the west are the vineyards of Chablis and Sancerre. St-Amand is the centre of the region's pottery industry. Artisans use the local clay to produce unique pieces from traditional methods and the beautiful town of Consne-sur-Loire is nearby. Nevers is 45 minutes away with its world class go-karting and racing circuits and has excellent shopping in the historic old town.


To the north is Vezelay which is an UNESCO world heritage site and Auxerre is the gateway to the region's 600 km of waterways that can be explored by boat or by cycle.