Alison and Zion
Château de la Boutiniére, is 5 minutes’ drive from the picturesque village of Saint Pierre de Maillé. The River Gartemps runs through the centre of the village, so you can buy coffee and croissant from the local boulangerie and enjoy it whilst sitting next to the river, overlooking the weir and of the old watermill.
George and Sarah
In 1823 the architect who designed the Château de Brives incorporated many interesting items from his travels around the world into the building. Chic and beautifully furnished with French decorative antiques, it sleeps 16 guests.
Wendy and Marcus
This 19th century château is in the heart of the Natural Regional Park the Caps et Marie d’Opale was built in 1875 by Andre Joseph Courtat to celebrate the birthplace of his wife. It hosts weddings and vow renewals too, and its gardens include a wedding chapel as well as a courtyard bar and barn.
Rebecca and Tim
A magical 18th century petit château split into two roughly identical wings and set in 15 acres of secluded, private parkland and woodland that includes a watermill.
Ashley and Johnny
This château is in a small village in Montpouillan, south west France even includes an art gallery as well as a café come brocante, where absolutely everything is for sale, even your plate and the chair you’re sitting on.
Jayne and Steve
The Château de Thuries in March 2018, is a boutique Chambres d’Hotes and events venue.
Located under an hour from both Toulouse and Carcassonne it’s the perfect place to unwind.
Margreeth and Tim
The Château de Lys, or the “Castle of Lillies” is set in the Somme valley. The main house was originally built as a hunting retreat, and the château has grown over time with new each owner. It’s still being added to today.
Abbie, Karen Clive and Ross
Overlooking the medieval town of Beaulieu-Sur-Dordogne, Château du Doux, was designed by one of the world’s leading 20th Century architects, Jean-Louis Pascal, who also designed the famous Bibliothèque Nationale de France in Paris.