The Intendant Pavilion is open from Easter to All Saints' Day.
Located at the domain entrance, this former house of the chief of the estate opens by a large bay window onto a large terrace overlooking a charming private garden with a vegetable garden of fine herbs. At the foot of a stone wall, an alley leads to a summer dining room shaded by a century-old lime tree.
Classified 4 épis by Gîtes de France, The Intendant Pavilion is composed, on the first floor of a large living with an eating area and an open kitchen, as well as a roman shower with separated toilets. On the second floor, two spacious rooms, one with a 160 cm bed and the other one with two 90 cm twin beds, both overlooking the small garden of the house.
Restored by an architect, the house has been fitted out in a minimalist style that respects the place: designer furniture, grey stone floor, black waxed oak parquet flooring. The choice and the quality of the materials sign the refinement of the decoration.
- The beds are made on your arrival.
- A cleaning and a babysitting service is available.
- Parking spot on the property
- Well-behaved dogs and cats are welcome, extra 95€/week. Unfortunately, we can only accommodate one animal per stay.
- Electric heating is not included.
Guests of the Intendant Pavilion have access to the castle's swimming pool (12 m x 6 m) open from May to September.