The best kept secret of Bordeaux, this Chateau is an original and romantic place for a wedding reception: 22 rooms all with individual bathrooms, access to 2 reception rooms (one for 50 and the 2nd for 90 people) or marquee up to 100 people. It is a historic chateau within a wonderful cultural area, a romantic place to organise an intimate weddings for friends and family to share your big day. Set around a courtyard it has 7 houses spread around like a private village. There is also a large private chapel and 4 acres of lawns and stunning rose gardens and an iron arch, perfect for religious or secular weddings. The courtyard can be used for the main reception or for cocktails and canapés, providing multiple possibilities for your special day.
Facing the Garonne Valley, the Chateau welcomes your guests in an authentic setting that has not been modified since 1864, in the centre of 15 hectares of greenery. and we can cater for up to 100 people for your reception or cocktails.
It offers accommodation in 22rooms for 50 people in 7 individual houses spread around the main courtyard. Each house includes 1 to 4 bedrooms all with en-suite, a living room with WiFi, fully equipped kitchen and garden with barbecue. Large heated pool open from April to October with a secure playground with swings for young children. For the bride and groom you will be in pure fairytale luxury up in the tower with stunning views across the main court yard .There is also Any additional needs can be catered for, such as roasted lamb or pork on a spit. A list of caterers, florists, photographers and other suppliers is provided
However, the best way to discover the castle is to visit it! The owners are at your disposal during the week and the weekend to welcome you and show you around. Also we all know that the French wine is irresistible to we allow you to bring your own wine (no corkage) so you can enjoy your favourites at no extra cost!
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Nearest airport: Bordeaux (33mins; 35km); Bergerac (1h23mins; 86km)
Photographer: Patrick Chatelain