This historical monument is set in the green heart of France surrounded by forests, meadow lands, lakes and is ideal for exploring some of the most beautiful regions of France.
The chateau has around 2,500 m2 of surface area and has the Great Knights Hall which is out of this world and there to impress you as you enter this romantic and historical chateau. There are seventeen bedrooms all with en/suite bathrooms, conference room, library, drawing room, dining hall, music room, concert room, home cinema and video room. The professional amenities include large, well equipped kitchen, utility room with walk/in cold room, lift and offices.
The chateau has a roof garden, enclosed courtyard, its own chapel and of course we must not forget the dungeons which can tell a story or two.
There is central heating throughout, an integrated computer system with connection to the office block, a seven line professional switchboard, voice mail, radio, Internet through satellite and satellite television.
The land amounts to 500 acres of which 70% is forest and the rest is meadow lands. There are five ponds, six houses, five stables, office block, a tavern with a drinks licence and a boutique.
Steeped in history with past house guests including Madame Pompadour and President de Gaulle, the chateau has many a story to tell, the local legend says that Richard the Lion heart is buried in the grounds, who knows maybe it is true!
The chateau is reached in just over one hour from Limoges, it is four hours to the Paris, the City of Light and eight hours to Calais and the Channel Tunnel.
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- The Lion Heart