Prestigious Family Suite Bleue & Oiseaux
Juliet balcony, framed by luscious turquoise and coral colour curtains, offers splendid views of the garden onto the meadow beyond the Château fortifications.
The Chambre Bleue is an elegant double room with a king-size bed and luxurious decoration: turquoise silk Rubelli fabrics, antique oil paintings and valuable Louis XV antiques.
The colourful Chambre Oiseaux offers 2 single beds that can be converted into a super king double bed. The walls are covered with Paul Marot fabric and the furniture are Georges II period. This room also enjoys a breathtaking view over the park and the Valley from its Juliet balcony.
Each room has its own shower and toilet and own small dressing room.
The hearty English breakfast, served on fine porcelain, is presented with home-made jams and fresh seasonal fruit from the castle garden. You will thus savour the beginning of a peaceful day in beautiful surroundings.
The Count of Vanssay will invite you, if you wish, for a visit of the castle, during which he will tie in the history of the Vanssay family with the History of France. Afterwards, enjoy a serene stroll into the untouched nature of the flowered garden and luxuriant park beyond.
- Surface 60 m2 + 20 m2
- King size canopy bed
- 2 twin beds
- 2 Dressing rooms
- Juliet balcony
- Garden and River view
- Magnificent Rubelli and Paul Marot fabrics
- Bathroom with bath and shower
- Welcome drink
- Breakfast included
- Tea, water and Port wine
- Hermès toiletries
- No smoking
Stayed 5 nights at the chateau and it was fantastic. From guys home made cider welcome to marnis detailed touring plans, everything was perfect! We stayed in the yellow room and it was lovely. The grand siècle dinner was a feast! Tours of castles and...More
My husband needed a nice place for a few weeks while on business in this area of France. When I saw the photos of Cottage Glycines (on the Château-de-la-Barre property to rent for a longer stay), I knew we had found it - and we...More
First of all, this is not a hotel so no room key. This is as it should be because you are staying in the home of Count and Countess de Vanssay. But they are so welcoming that you will be calling them Guy and Marnie....More