This chateau is perfect for a grand family holiday. With its impeccable design, up to 20 guests can reside in the 40 hectares of French forests.
Your stay will be made flawless by the security guards, concierge and maid on offer to you here.
This 1520’s castle was renovated in the early 2000s by Jean Francois, giving it an opulent blend of new and old.
Even the most discerning guests will be pleased.
The ultramodern suite beneath the eaves is a particular highlight.
The riverside town of Sailes du Salat is just 8km away and offers the perfect place to get groceries and take a trip to a restaurant.
A 45 minute drive will take you to Toulouse, a tip that is not to be missed.
Here you can take in the arts and architecture of France.
Privacy, luxury and comfort are at the heart of the historic chateau. The chateau offers seven wonderful suites, six of the bedrooms offer queen or king size while one of them offers two spacious single beds. Three additional bedrooms are located in the farmhouse just a few steps from the main building. In 2008, we effectively finished renovating the chateau by creating a spectacular 7th suite under the rooftop, with 5-meter high ceilings.The historical rooms have been decorated over a ten-year time-frame by the current owner and are unique in style, offering a cosy feeling and charm. The seventh room, however, is “outrageously” modern as you will see in the photographs, with contemporary art, a design bed and 50′s and 60′s Brazilian furniture. Aside from suite N°7, all the bathrooms offer large “retro” bathtubs.
The living areas include two dining rooms, a living room and a billiard room. There is also a fully functional office/business centre.
The historical Salle des Gardes (Guards room) has merely changed over the past five centuries. Initially a room where the castle‘s personnel cooked and guards came for some heat by its massive fireplace, it has become the primary dining room and remains the true heart of the Chateau.
The red Living Room’s environment is marked by XIXth century Gothic revival: the massive chimney was redone at the time, while the wooden paneling adds a warm feeling to the place. There is also the formal Yellow Dining Room.
The office offers a quiet space for work, communication and reading. It offers internet access and is equipped with a MAC (with all commonly-used software), a printer and a fax-machine.
Located on the chateau’s top floor, the Billiard Room is the perfect place to enjoy a glass of Armagnac after dinner. It is also the “TV room”: its large television set has access to major international channels through satellite connection, and guests enjoy a large choice of DVDs.
The chateau’s heated pool (16x6 meters) is open from May until October and is the ideal place to enjoy those precious and rare moments of “far niente”.
Fishing and hunting are among the other activities available on site, depending on the season. Most other sports are available nearby, including tennis, horseback riding, gold, ski and summer mountain sports.
Located in the South West of France near Toulouse. The chateau rest among in 40 hectares of woodland area and is boarder by the Garonne river. The stunning view of the Pyrenees mountains have to be experienced to be believed.