Ideal for a family of six
The Provencale Apartment has three bedrooms – one double room and two bedrooms each with twin beds.
Facilities for disabled persons.
The three rooms share the bathroom which is equipped with a shower, a bath and two washbasins. The WC is separate.
This apartment is on the ground floor of The Fruitier and is accessed by a private corridor from the main sitting-room.
There are no cooking facilities; dinner and breakfast may be taken in the château.
The Provencale Apartment is ideal for a family with three or four children.
The Chateau sits on extensive grounds with great sunset views. You cannot see anything that does not belong to the Chateau. You can't see any roads, buildings, farms or houses. The only noise is the occasional whinny from the horses in the pasture, which is across the pond and several hundred yards in front of the chateau.
The Chateau itself is beautiful. The interior is nicely decorated and comfortable. It's quiet. If you want to play Miss Bennet and Mr. Darcy, this is a great place to do it.
The owners are very hospitable and friendly. They love to show off their beautiful property and have a relaxed, provincial manner that is such a nice change from the formality of Paris.
We ate at the Chateau both nights and had a very nice French country style meal, cooked by one of he owners. The menu is set for each day. Both dinners were memorable and I was able to select a bottle of wine from the Chateau cellar, which features a very nice selection, though I got the idea that many are not on the wine list. In this case, I asked simply for a Burgundy to go with the duck main course and the owner walked down to his cellar and picked a 2000 Pommard (not on wine list), which was fantastic.
Discover Fruitier’s rooms in the former orangery of the Chateau des Briottieres