Château de Chailly
What We Love
- A 16th-century château in the French countryside, with breakfast and a golf option The hotel’s majestic 16th-century architecture and landscaped gardens
- Opting to add a round at the scenic golf course to your stay
- The enchanting château and beautiful villages of Burgundy
What To Know
- If golfing isn't your thing, you can always head to nearby Morvan National Park for hiking or take a walk along the Burgundy Canal
- Hot air balloon rides over Burgundy can be arranged through the chateau
- Free WiFi is extremely spotty
The 16th-century Château de Chailly sits in beautiful landscaped gardens in the heart of Burgundy’s wine country. With its own undulating 18-hole golf course, heated outdoor pool, Hammam and Jacuzzi, this authentic Renaissance fortress offers everything you could need to unwind. Charming guest rooms offer smart, modern en suite bathrooms and look out onto manicured lawns and the surrounding Burgundy countryside.
The cultural jewels of Burgundy are all within easy reach by car, from Dijon’s resplendent Musée des Beaux Arts, which houses the ornate tombs of the duchy’s formidable rulers, to the majestic châteaux of Tanly, with its moat and fairytale turrets. If you’d prefer to sample Burgundy’s more natural pursuits, the Morvan Regional Natural Park is just a 10-minute drive away and offers white water rafting, mountain biking, canoeing, climbing and a host of other activities, all in the beautiful scenery of its protected flora and fauna.
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Stunning location full of history, great pool, golf and restaurants. The staff treated us like we were family and we loved every part of our stay... Breakfast full of choices and French goodies. Both Le Bistrot and the Restaurant were amazing. Enjoyed many of our dinners al fresco. Wine list and wine experience with the Sommelier Mr LeDieu - simply amazing... The cheese choices!!! The bread!!! The wine!!! The food!!! What is else is there to say. Driving distance to plenty of Burgundy great locations... A "In Country" stay relaxing and amazingly enjoyable. We were blessed with stunning summer days to add to the mix.
Beautiful setting. Badly communicated. Asked what time last service for resturant was. Very embarrassing argument. Had to eat what chef wanted to cook. Paid 400€ for one night stay. Never go back. Very mediocre food. Arrogant staff. Empty Château.
nothing was wanting from our stay.
the crowds at breakfast were a little much and the number of inside closely positioned tables made it difficult to negotiate the food collection areas....drinks were a little expensive .........but it is a chateau after all.