On the estate you will find a château with five guest rooms, and in the estate grounds of nearly 4 hectares there are 11 gîtes. The gîtes are in the old stable buildings and in the outhouses. All of our gîtes have names linked to the history of the château.
Discover gîte Le Pigeonnier for 10 people.
Situated at the entrance of the grounds this gîte offers a superb view of the estate. It is a large detached house that can accommodate up to 10 people.
The rental of your gîte gives you free access to the outdoor swimming pool, the tennis court, the ping-pong table, and the boules pitch. You can take a walk in the estate grounds, walk around the lake or through the bamboo grove.
We provide covers and pillows but you must bring your own sheets, pillowcases and towels. If you forget we can rent you sheets and towels. Discover all our services and complementary information for your stay.
the 8th April
to the 26th May
From the 27th May to the 30th June and
the 9th September to the 29th October 2023
From the 1st to
21th July and
the 19th August to the 8th September 2023
the 22th July
to the 18th August
Reservations from Saturday to Saturday only
in high and very high season.
In low season and mid season
you may reserve
for a minimum of two nights.
There are many other leisure activities nearby, the beach is only 10 minutes away, cycling, surfing... We have selected a number of activities for you. You may find more information at the reception area of the château.
Large numbers are not a problem. We have the large gîte, or we could suggest that you rent a group of gîtes, for all your family and professional events. You can also celebrate your wedding at the château.
Le Pigeonnier, or in English the Dovecote.
Until 1789 only the nobility were allowed to own a dovecote. Pigeons were widely consumed but they were also productive animals. They produced guano (their droppings) which was the only fertiliser then available for the land.
At that time the size of a the Pigeonnier indicated the wealth of the family. Some cheated by having fake niches. The term "get pigeon" comes from there.
From 1789 onwards anybody could have a dovecote, and pigeons. the term dovecote is then used and we see small dovecotes appear on the roofs of many buildings.