Bedroom with balcony for 2 adults and a young child
In days gone by the Fruitier was a room where fruit from the garden could be stored year round. The walls were of stone and it was typically situated on the north side of the greenhouse, or Orangerie.
In 1994 the owner of Briottières transformed the Fruitier into a charming bedroom, preserving much of the character of the original room. The stone walls are still visible and the original fruit drying table can be found in the sitting room.
The Fruitier Bedroom is for two people. A child (max. 12 years) may also be accommodated in a small alcove bed.
The bathroom is equipped with a multijet shower and the WC is separate.
The wooden balcony has a view over the walled garden.
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.
The chateau is quite simply beautiful and has been in the family for a few hundred years, so there are reminiscent behaviours of Mr Fawlty, but added to the charm of the place. The house has grande rooms with some amazing traditional features and beautiful antiques. The grounds are spectacular and you pretty much have free rein of the place.
The bedrooms are quirky, but ours was spacious with a super king bed and plenty of circulation space with the added benefit of taking dogs.
Food was tasty and they accommodated my wife's vegetarian needs admirably.
Discover Fruitier’s rooms in the former orangery of the Chateau des Briottieres