Suite Esprit de Jouy
Enjoy romantic French “Art de vivre” of bygone times, in this suite with its comfortable king-size four poster bed, XVIII century antiques, oil paintings and Toile de Jouy fabric covering the walls. A Juliet balcony and 2 windows overlook the garden, the park and the family chapel.
This elegant emerald green room recalls all the splendours of French XVIII century “Art de vivre”. The room Esprit de Jouy Verte is the most romantic bedroom of the château, with a king-size four poster bed, Juliet balcony plus a large window overlooking the garden and park.
The emerald green Toile de Jouy fabric on the walls provides an elegant setting for the period Louis XVI antiques and oil paintings. En-suite bathroom, toilet and small dressing area.
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 32 m2
- King size canopy bed
- Hardwood & Fireplace
- Overlooking garden, park and the family chapel view
- Bathroom with bath and shower
- Embroidered linens and towels
- Hermès toileteries
- Welcome drink
- Breakfast included
- Tea, water and Port wine
- No smoking
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 the Chateau: It is beautiful, rich with history and the rooms are exceptional like all the other reviewers said. I paid an entrance fee to see places that were less nice to see! All the rooms are spacious, beautiful and have Hermes toiletries. Going...More
This is an unusual hotel in that it is a privately owned home. The owners, Comte and Comtesse de Vanssay, are both gracious and welcoming to their home. The breakfasts are superb , and the food is enhanced by the presence of the other guests...More