Junior suite with balcony
Facing south and with views of the lake and the lavender and box gardens, this is the only room at Briottières with a balcony.
The fabric used in the room is by the designer, Rubelli, and the furniture is from the Empire period.
Please note that the bathroom is equipped with a bath, but not a shower.
The cost of your stay will be visible when you click on our reservation page where you can also see if the dates you require are available.
We arrived at 1.30, check in was 3.30, but when we were looking round Francois, the owner spotted us, gave us a friendly greeting and happily showed us our room. He invited us for aparatifs at 7.45before dinner at 8. We saw some bikes in the barn nr the car park, we mentioned them and he said help yourself. They were all well maintained and we headed off for a lovely cycle ride through the wonderful countryside. We looked round the gardens, there is a lovely pool and poorhouse with drinks available, a brand new tennis court. We met at 7.45, Francios served drinks then took us through for dinner. A set menu but very nice. Breakfast next day was served by Francios, the home made yoghurt was lovely. Fantastic to spend a night in an 18th century Chateau, hosted by the 3rd generation of the family who is obviously proud of his home.
Elegant and refined the 10 bedrooms of the château are presented as individual apartments.