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About this venue
Besides the four salons on the ground floor of the chateau, the biggest of which can accommodate up to 60 guests seated for dinner, this incredible wedding venue in Normandy offers two additional reception spaces: the modern-built Hall of Mirrors (114sqm) which is an independent function room for up to 100 seated guests and the permanent “Orangerie” marquee (300sqm) for up to 250 seated guests.
The chateau area is 1200sqm. With ancillary buildings, the total covered area amounts to 2500sqm in the heart of a wooden park in a quiet environment. The chateau space is composed of: a ground floor with 4 spacious lounges and a large kitchen (over 300m2 in total), 2 floors dedicated to the 20 bedrooms and 19 bathrooms of the chateau (18 double bed rooms, 2 singles rooms), a large basement with splendid cellars dedicated into a games room. Within the grounds, just meters away from the main chateau, you will find four independent cottages which provide accommodation for an additional 24, 20, 7 and 6 guests respectively. In total, the chateau and all it's cottages can cumulatively accommodate a whooping 95 people (5 extra beds and 2 cots are available)! The best news is, the chateau can be hired on it's own, without any of the additional cottages, or with just as many cottages as you need. It's one of the options in our packages for wedding venues in France that you can rent exclusively for your big day.
This red-brick chateau in Normandy is a unique wedding venue near Paris, situated in the Upper Normandy region. It is known as one of the three most beautiful chateaus in the Europe built in the 18th century. It's a combination of royalty in a rural area and the popular 18th century brick and stone interior. Lime trees line up in front of the chateau, with chapels and pavilions on the side. The owners restored the chateau to preserve its 18th century features, mainly the woodwork inside the rooms, including the fireplaces and the Versailles parquet floors.