Hôtel Château de Castel Novel - Les Collectionneurs
Hôtel Château de Castel Novel - Les Collectionneurs  
Hotel in Varetz  
Excellent 8.8
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The castle boasts 27 rooms and suites, all of high standard and comfort, decorated in various and traditional ways. It was built in the 13th century and most of its features date from the 18th century. After changing many owners, it came to the possession of Henri de Jouvenel, a journalist and politician who was married to the famous French novelist Colette. She was so inspired by the atmosphere of the castle that she wrote several of her novels there.
 
Château De La Bourdaisière
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Château De La Bourdaisière  
Hotel in Montlouis-sur-Loire  
Very Good 8.7
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A 14th century fortress with a dry moat to defend the outer towers. Throughout the Middle Ages, it was bought and sold to different owners. During the Renaissance, the fortress was reconstructed and its walls were refortified. The King of France and his descendants were frequent guests. In the 17th century, Marquis Nicolas Gouffier de Crèvecoeur built the medieval courtyard. In 1938, the castle was occupied by Germans to be used as a military school.
 
Abbaye de la Bussière
Abbaye de la Bussière  
Hotel in La Bussiere-sur-Ouche  
Excellent 9
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Abbaye de la Bussiere opened its doors in 2005 and is one of the most beautiful luxury hotels in the heart of Burgundy. It features 18 rooms and suites uniquely designed in French style, as well as an excellent restaurant with Burgundian recipes, made to perfectly match the local wine.

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The hotel is a combination of French architecture, style and antique furniture.


Former Monastery Hotel

The establishment was built in the 12th century as a Cistercian abbey and for many years it was home to many monks who occupied Burgundy at the time. Throughout the centuries, the abbey suffered many destructions and renovations, during which the monks were forced to leave its premises. In the 19th century, the Baron d’Oissel renovated the abbey once more, this time giving its buildings a neo-gothic style, closer to what it looks like today. After being used as a place for spiritual retreat for many decades, in 2005 it was sold to an English couple who decided to turn it into a hotel.


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Hotel de la Cité & Spa – Mgallery by Sofitel
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Hotel de la Cité & Spa – Mgallery by Sofitel  
Hotel in Carcassonne  
Excellent 9.2
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Hôtel de La Cité was initially built in 1909 and its premises were extended in 1913 and 1927. In the 1920s, it became a stop-over for those travelling between Nice and Biarritz or between Biarritz and Barcelona. The hotel was closed during the WWII and reopened in 1945. During the 1950s, it was at the height of its glory but it started declining in the 1960s, with the restaurant closing in 1969 and the hotel itself in 1987. Two years later, in 1989, it reopened under new ownership, but in 1997 Hôtel de la Cité changed hands once again. It was entirely renovated from 1998 to 2001 and the two existing hotels, the four-star Hôtel de la Cité and the three-star Hôtel Dame Carcas were merged into a single luxury hotel. In August 2011, the hotel was acquired by Christine Pujol, an owner of several charming hotels in Carcassonne, thereby opening a new chapter in the hotel's history.
 
Château de Bagnols
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Château de Bagnols  
Hotel in Bagnols  
Excellent 9.1
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Positioned in the heart of the Beaujolais, this castle hotel boasts history that spans more than eight centuries. The fortification has been enriched after each change of owner, finally becoming the country residence that it is today. Château de Bagnols maintains the characteristics of a real castle such as a moat, drawbridge and towers with cruciform arrow holes. Now you can stroll around the countryside vineyards, or hike around the marked trails right outside your door.
 
Château Clément - Les Collectionneurs
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Château Clément - Les Collectionneurs  
Vals-les-Bains  
Excellent 9.6
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Former Castle Accommodation

This castle boasts an authentic 19th century architecture. It was the former residence of Auguste Clément in 1870. The grandiose walnut staircase is an iconic design within the walls. The hotel owns a park with cedars, oaks and palm trees, perfect for romantic afternoon walks.
 
Château Sainte-Sabine
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Château Sainte-Sabine  
Hotel in Sainte-Sabine  
Excellent 9.3
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The original castle was destroyed in the 9th century and was home to priests. In 1625, de Messey family built the chateau to rule as lords on the area and 5 years later, the construction started. Throughout the years, the family expanded it by buying more lands and surrounding houses. They were the last ones to ever live on the castle. In 2011, Susanne and Jean-Louis Bottigliero took over and renovated the castle, turning it into the hotel that it is today.
 
Tiara Château Hôtel Mont Royal Chantilly
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Tiara Château Hôtel Mont Royal Chantilly  
Hotel in La Chapelle-en-Serval  
Excellent 9
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Standing within the lush Chantilly Forest, this beauty was built in the 18th century. The inside is filled with antique furniture and elegant rooms. During the 20th century, Fernand Halphen bought 12 acres of land and turned this jewel into a countryside residence. The hotel is a popular event and wedding destination. Walking around the castle and its picturesque surroundings, you almost expect real knights and ladies to pass you by.
 
Chateau de Lamothe
Chateau de Lamothe  
Bed & Breakfast in Moumour  
Excellent 9.9
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This castle was built as a stronghold in the 12th century for the lords of Loudun. In the Hundred Years' War, the castle was taken by the English. It was largely destroyed in the French Revolution. In 1932, it was destroyed by fire. Thanks to the an online community and their warm hearts, almost 2 million euros was raised to restore the castle's walls. Standing at the heart of French Pynerees, the castle can be access through winding roads of stone streets and views of lush vegetation.
 
Château Des Ducs De Joyeuse
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Château Des Ducs De Joyeuse  
Hotel in Couiza  
Excellent 9
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Château Des Ducs De Joyeuse is a 4 star hotel housed in a former French castle. It is set in the heart of the Cathar country in Occitania, Aude, near Carcassonne and it was built between 1540 and 1560 as a symbol of the alliance between the Voisin family and the Ducs de Joyeuse. Today, it is one of the most beautiful and luxurious castle hotels available in France. Guests can immerse themselves in the French way of living by visiting nearby historical sites and engaging in various outdoor activities such as hiking, horse-riding and water sports.
 
Hotel Château Des Alpilles
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Hotel Château Des Alpilles  
Hotel in Saint-Remy-de-Provence  
Excellent 9.4
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Originally belonging to a valiant Knight from the 13th century, the castle was passed on to different families throughout the centuries. In the 17th century, Charles Galliard inherited the place and expanded the manor house. As time rushed by and fortunes dwindled, it was left battered to the Bon family. Less than 30 years ago, Francoise Bon and her daughter Catherine restored it to its former glory. It was a prized summer getaway among Romantic artists. Nowadays, its artistic decors and furniture are maintained to provide guests a unique old-world atmosphere.
 
Château de Saint Paterne
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Château de Saint Paterne  
Hotel in Saint-Paterne  
Excellent 9.2
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The château has been standing since the 15th century. Inside, it is decorated by period furniture and antiques from different parts of the world. The original stone walls are kept to maintain its elegance and fairtytale-like atmosphere. Rumour has it that once, Henry IV's paramour was welcomed here. Guests can enjoy the swimming pool or stroll around the park on a warm afternoon, immersing themselves in the medieval atmosphere that it provides them with.
 
Château de Beguin - Hôtel Luxe
Château de Beguin - Hôtel Luxe  
Hotel in Lurcy-Levis  
Excellent 9.5
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This castle is said to have been built in the 11th century. Its oldest standing tower dates back to the 15th century. This hotel is on the crossroad of Bourgogne and Auvergne Region. It has an outdoor pool with sun lounges, a multi-sport court and the renowned Spa Niche. Thanks to its perfect location, you have a vast expanse of nature extending further to the South and the volcanic plateau around you. Inside, you will find rooms that are tastefully designed to take you back to the Renaissance period.
 
Chateau des Arpentis
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Chateau des Arpentis  
Hotel in Amboise  
Excellent 9.2
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In 1410, the castle was the property of Jean du Bois, majordomo of the Duke of Guise. Around the 16th century, it was owned by the military and was passed to Louis Charles D'Albert, Duke of Luynes. In June of 1619, King Louis XIII dined there with the owner. In the 17th century, a terrace was added on the outer walls. It was renovated in 19th century. The castle is surrounded by 30 hectares of lush vegetation.
 
Chateau de Canisy
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Chateau de Canisy  
Hotel in Canisy  
Excellent 9.1
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The castle has been owned by the same family for 600 years, the descendants of William the Conqueror's companions. It was originally built on the ruins of an even more ancient castle. The main wings were built in the 13th and 14th centuries. A grand granite staircase greets guests as they walk in the door. It is built by the architect François Gabriel, an ancestor of Ange-Jacques Gabriel, the architect of the Palace of Versailles.
 
Chateau de Moulin le Comte
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Chateau de Moulin le Comte  
Bed & Breakfast in Aire-sur-la-Lys  
Excellent 8.9
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The current building was built on top of a much older castle in 1815, during the Battle of Waterloo. The area and the castle itself had been fought over for years by the Spanish, the Flemish, the Dutch, the English, the Burgundian and finally the French in 1713. It was sold to the Mayor who enriched it with fine stables and decorations. The hotel stands close to the heart of the city, but it is also ideal for those guests who prefer the peacefulness of the countryside, as they can explore the trails and nearby villages on foot or on a bike.
 
Château Royal de Saint Saturnin - Les Collectionneurs
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Château Royal de Saint Saturnin - Les Collectionneurs  
Saint-Saturnin  
Excellent 9.6
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This fortified castle was built by La Tour d'Auvergne family during the 13th century on top of a village. It was transformed in the 17th century to be brighter and more luxurious, thanks to its wealthy and renowned residents, Catherine de' Medici and Margaret of Valois. From 1987, the castle has been repeatedly restored for modern comforts and style. Today, it is a perfect destination for receptions and weddings, thanks to its picturesque rooms and surroundings which are reminiscent of an era of gilded knights and travelling painters.
 
Château Les Oliviers de Salettes
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Château Les Oliviers de Salettes  
Hotel in Charols  
Excellent 9.2
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This charming castle was built in the 16th century and has been updated to blend modernity and history. It stands on the quiet countryside with a panoramic view of lush mountains from your room or the infinity pool. Guests can enjoy cooking lessons, wine tasting or organise conferences on request. Practice your swings on the golf course or ride a horse along the countryside. Stroll around the gardens with fields and meadows filled with centuries-old trees for a calm afternoon.
 
Hôtel Golf Château de Chailly
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Hôtel Golf Château de Chailly  
Hotel in Chailly-sur-Armancon  
Very Good 8.7
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This fortified medieval castle was built in the 16th century. It was renovated during the Renaissance period. In the 1980s, it was classified as a Historical Monument and it was opened to the public a decade later by its owner, Yasuhiko Sata. Today it is a renowned golf resort in a castle setting offering traditional suites with subtle modern twists. Around the hotel, guests can find expansive wine areas and winemakers.
 
Château de Courban and Spa Nuxe
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Château de Courban and Spa Nuxe  
Hotel in Courban  
Very Good 8.4
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The castle was built in 1820 but it was burnt down during the French Revolution. In 1998, the owners rebuilt it on top of the ruins while keeping its original aesthetic. Sit by the wood fire as you listen to the gentle piano or relax on the spas. Top off your stay by dining in the Michelin Star restaurant while overlooking the Italian garden illuminated at night. The hotel stands close to the Champagne and Chablis vineyards.
 
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