Luxury hotel description - DLW Luxury Hotels Worldwide
Anjou is the land with 1,200 castles and manors. “Sur la piste de l’enfant Roy” (following the King child’s trail) is a game about the historical, natural and cultural patrimony in which you can discover 30 sites in a playful manner.
The incoming alley is edged with an arbour and rhododendrons. It leads to the Italian garden in front of the Castle. Then, you can discover the French garden, the herbs garden, the rose garden, the lime trees cloister, the park and our jewel: a magnificent and spectacular pedunculate oak with its sumptuous foliage which is about 400 years old.
In the “Chambre de Caroline”, you will re-live an 18th-century refinement, atmosphere, charm and cheerfulness. The vast bathroom is given light by two windows overlooking the park where roe deers and boars can be seen roaming about.
The room Pierre Lotti: The orientalish atmosphere of the bedroom encourages reverie. On the sofa, the profusion of the shimmering cushions, the rich sculptures of neo Gothic panelling, the hanging of the taffeta curtains with sparkling pendants, and the golden arabesques of the pieces of braid are reflected in the mirrors and invite to journeys into a magical world filled with Oriental fragrances.
The room de Bonne Maman is stylish and comfortable. Freshness and smoothness of colours, combined with the panelling of the alcove, form a contemporary union while keeping the soul and charm of the good old days.
When you walk into the “Chambre du Camp du Drap d’Or”, time stops and you enter the curiosity room of an amateur. Which ones are the real books: those in the bookcase or the trompe l’oeil painting on the doors? Each piece of furniture, each object tells a story. The trunk could have travelled with Montaigne; the gargoyles and other sculptures could have met Quasimodo; on the chimney, there is a stone medallion: isn’t it Louis XI in the middle?
The “Chambre Retour des Isles” is romantic, stylish and delicate. With its large bed under a mosquito net, its travelling or Creole furniture, its harmony of colours and panoramic wall papers, the décor suggests life in the West Indies.
A reminiscence of the hunting meet that the Château de Chambiers once was, the comfortable Chambre Saint Hubert, with its chimney and its polished panelling, evokes long walks in the forest, wildlife and back-from-hunting parties. The gentle warmth of its autumnal colours invites you to rest and relax. The refined bathroom with its warm panelling completes the comfortable ambiance.
Le Pavillon de France: A jewel nestling in a hidden bosky bower, the « Pavillon de France » is a dream suite. Move forward to the private garden: the spirit of the premises already enchants you. The honey, sand and linen-coloured panelling, fabrics and stoned chimney of the lounge make the atmosphere harmonious, soft and warm. Carry on walking: what a surprise! A large glass-walled bathroom. Is this a balneotherapy bath or a balneotherapy fountain? You can contemplate all around you the hidden garden of the undergrowth and the stars at night.