A Juliet balcony, framed by luscious turquoise and coral coloured embroidered curtains, offers splendid views of the garden onto the meadow beyond the château fortifications. The same magnificent silk fabric covers the king size bed and Louis XV armchairs of this elegant room with turquoise boiserie walls adorned with oil paintings.
Elegant double room with king-size bed and luxurious decoration : Turquoise silk Rubelli fabrics, antique oil paintings and valuable Louis XV antiques. Juliet balcony overlooks the garden and park. This elegant room offers a bathroom with en-suite shower, toilet and small dressing-room.
The hearty English breakfast, served on fine dishes, is offered with home-made jams and fresh seasonal fruit from the castle garden. You will thus savour the beginning of a beautiful and serene day in a peaceful lounge.
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. The luxuriant park and the flowered garden of the castle invite you for a beautiful stroll into untouched nature.
- Surface 20 m2
- King-size bed
- Magnificent Rubelli fabrics
- Juliet balcony with garden and park view
- Bathroom with walk-in shower
- Embroidered linens and towels
- Dressing room
- Welcome drink
- Breakfast included
- Tea, water and Port wine
- Hermès toileteries
- 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 stay at Chateau de la Barre was absolutely wonderful. Guy and Marnie, the count and countess, were very warm and welcoming. My room was beautifully decorated in the style of the period, having most of the original furnishings, yet without being overly ornate. The...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