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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Good hotel for a golf holiday.the restaurants are too expensive for the quality of the service they offer, especilally the quality of the personnel left to be desired. The advice in the restaurant was poor. Not everything on the menu was available. The quality of the breakfast and the service there was excellent.
The Chateau de Chailly takes you back to the days of knights and ladies in castles with building itself plus the decor of the guest rooms and public areas. The food in both restaurants plus the breakfast buffet is excellent, with choices from the menu reflecting local and regional dishes. The staff at all levels are very courteous and pleasant.
It was a great stay. We'll certainly come again. It is a charming castle with a surrounding golf course and park. The rooms are comfortable and somehow quite luxurious in the charming old buildings. Well renovated rooms. Friendly and helpful staff. The restaurant is also quite good, and there is a tiny relaxing spa area with a small sauna and hammam.
XVI century chateau now a hotel/restaurante/golf course. Isolated in the burgundy region, about 45 minutes by car to the Cote d'Or. The rooms were big, a bit dated, but clean. Two restaurantes on site. The fancy one is not Michelin star because, in my opinion, primary products are not high quality. The dishes were well presented, but fish always over-cooked. The rest was good enough, nice wines, but high price. The other restaurant is average. Breakfast was good. Gardens should be better maintained. Employees were polite and helpful (card keys not working, need to ask receptionist to open your room everytime).
We stayed here for 2 nights with family and friends. The location is great for exploring the Burgundy Region and it has the added bonus of a golf course. For the non-golfers in the group, the pool was very nice. We had all our meals at the Chateau - excellent food and wine choices. The cheese cart offered after dinner was the most expansive I have ever seen in a restaurant - so many choices! We had the Sunday Brunch as well, which was outstanding. The rooms were large and very pleasant. The staff very accommodating.