In Linxe (40) in Les Landes, nestled between forest and ocean there is a Château !
Château Belle Epoque exists since 1762. It is surrounded by an estate of 3.7 hectares. Over the years the château has become a place of welcome. Nowadays you can celebrate your wedding, birthdays, family gatherings... but also professional events like seminars, training sessions... and it’s a place to holiday !
The château has 5 guest rooms and the outbuildings have been converted to gîtes allowing us to welcome a great number of people. The old stables that were designed by Gustave Eiffel, are rare buildings in the Nouvelle Aquitaine region. The name of each gîte reminds us of the history of the château.
Gîte Le Fiacre is one of the gîtes in the old stable buildings. It is an industrial style renovation with a view of the Château and the estate grounds. This gîte accommodates up to 5 people.
You have free access to all the leisure activities on the estate, a shared swimming pool, tennis court, boules pitch, children’s play area...
Many other activities are available near to the estate, beaches, the lake at Leon, canoe trips, bike rental and water parks. We have grouped them for you into activities.
From the 2nd April
to the 18th June and from 18th September to the 24th October 2021
From the 19th June to the 2nd July
and 4th to the 17th September 2021
From the 3rd to
23rd July and
the 21st August to the 3th September 2021
the 24th July
to the 20th August
We do not supply the sheets and the pillowcases. Please bring your own sheets along with towels, or you can rent them at the château. We offer a number of other services to accommodate your stay.
Gîte reservations are
from Saturday to Saturday.
In low and mid season, it is possible to reserve
the gîtes for a minimum of two nights.
You can rent one or more or all of the gîtes for a big occasion
A Fiacre was the taxi at Belle Époque.
A Fiacre was a vehicle towed by one or two horses. The passengers would be in the closed carriage and the driver seated at the front. The coachman in a given perimeter took charge of people for a fee.