As previously mentioned, we stay for the duration of the trip in an 18th century chateau which was headquarters for the Gestapo during the war. After liberation it was used by the Allies as a radio communications centre as it commands one of the highest positions in the region.
We always take over the whole of the chateau so we can all relax, enjoy the company, swap stories and have a great laugh together in the guest lounge after our meal.
The chateau is full of rustic charm befitting its era. It has rooms of various sizes, most have 2x double beds - perfect for a couple of friends to share with plenty of space and there are a few singles available on the second floor at a supplement.
Please be advised that as the chateau is such an old historical building there are no en-suite facilities. The toilets and showers (hot and powerful) are located along the corridors on each floor. The décor, ambience and atmosphere of the place are unique and something our customers always comment on. “Fell in love with the chateau” is a phrase we are all too familiar with and very happy to hear.
Each morning you will be served with a full continental breakfast including various cereals, local freshly baked croissants and crusty bread with jam and marmalade, orange juice, tea & coffee.
We will stop at various eateries for lunch each day (not included in the price)
Evening meal will be 3 courses with a glass of wine included, followed by coffee and mints/chocolates in the guest lounge. This room has its own fridge and bar stocked with beers, wine, spirits and mixers. The chateau owners operate this on an “honesty” basis, you simply pay for what you drink.