The Chateau is an impressive building built high over a beautiful valley of farms, vineyards and rolling hills. Originally a fortress whose donjon still exists today, was built in the 12th century and transformed in the 17th to its present appearance. Approaching it we were somewhat overwhelmed by the prospect of living inside for 2 nights. There are only 5 rooms. We chose the "Chambre Bleue,' the former apartment of Marie-Louise, Comtesse de Pusy La Fayette, which is on the first floor. it's an enormous suite with a bathroom that was larger than some of the hotel rooms we stayed at in other stops on our trip. The entire building is filled with antiques, paintings, family pictures, etc., ergo, being inside is almost a regal experience. The family of the Marquis de La Fayette, famous for his contributions to the American Revolution, owns the building and our host is a descendant. He was extremely friendly and gracious, and contrary to what we read in another review, the breakfast was lovely, albeit not the mass-produced buffet of a Hilton. There's no restaurant, but we spent a whole day just walking around the little village, including its charming cemetery, and had a lovely lunch in the village inn--we ordered 'lunch,' and we ate what they served! it was lovely. Both evenings we were directed to nearby restaurants for lovely dinners in small, family-operated establishments. No pool.
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