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Le Chateau des Trophees - luxury rental holiday chateau

Le Chateau des Trophees

Ref. : F32372
Loire Valley (France)

19 persons - 12 rooms - 700 sqm
Rates: From €7000 to €10000

Distinctive features
  • Stylish property
  • Nature, calm, space
  • Close to Paris, Loire Valley and Normandy
  • Swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi, tennis court
  • Capacity 19 people
  • Charming property

Château des Trophées a holiday chateau in a peaceful corner of north-west France. This country estate is just an hour’s train ride from Paris and offers total seclusion and the perfect chance to get back to nature. There is plenty of space both inside and out and the chateau can sleep up to 19 guests. Choose between the pool, sauna, jacuzzi and woodland walks for ultimate relaxation in a setting unlike any other. Read More 

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04/09/202101/01/20228750 €
01/01/202230/12/20227000 €
     

Castle to let in France

Château des Trophées is a forest estate and the family home of a keen hunter.

The Sarthe countryside is a well-kept secret in north-west France just an hour from Paris. This country estate spans 400 hectares and includes a forest, rivers, ponds, grassy grounds, and its own vegetable garden. Guests are free to explore and enjoy the estate on foot, bicycle or horseback. Fresh air and the great outdoors will figure high on the agenda of your stay and leave you feeling relaxed and revigorated. There is a wealth of wildlife to observe in the forest, with deer, boar and game roaming the estate in various numbers depending on the season and time of day. It is not unusual to happen across a boar and its young grazing peacefully in the forest, and in September and October you can expect to hear the mating call of the deer. Guests who are less likely to be enthralled by such encounters can rest assured – the property is separated from the forest by a dry moat. This is a holiday chateau in an enchanting setting with plenty of space to simply roam and breathe.


The chateau dates from the 18th century and is a listed building. The décor is very much that of a noble family and filled with souvenirs of travel and hunting adventures. The reception rooms and master bedroom feature the period furniture and large portraits to be expected of an aristocratic residence. Hunting trophies are proudly displayed throughout the property and particularly in the drawing room. Admittedly, this unusual style will appeal to a select audience.

The chateau can accommodate up to 19 people and has 12 bedrooms. There are five ornate bedrooms on the first floor – two en-suite doubles and three singles – and five standard rooms on the second floor. Relaxation facilities are also on the second floor, including a sauna, jacuzzi, games and television room, gym (currently being installed) with an elliptical bike, and a table tennis table.

Outdoor facilities include a newly refurbished hard-surface tennis court and a swimming pool. And, of course, the vast grounds are ideal for running, walking or playing.

Of course, hunting can also be arranged at an additional cost.
Catering services are also available upon request at extra cost.

The chateau and the estate are extensive in themselves, however there is also lots to do and see beyond the castle gates. The property is ideally located for visiting Paris, the Loire Valley and Normandy.

Château des Trophées can accommodate up to 19 people, ideally 4 families.

Your French holiday chateau:

Ground floor
- Entrance hall
- Large 59 m² lounge with piano
- Second living room 49 m²
- 12 m² TV lounge
- 45 m² dining room for 22 guests
- 46 m² kitchen with a range cooker
- Chapel
- Toilet

First floor
- Bedroom 1: 38 m² master bedroom with a double bed and 6 m² en-suite bathroom with bath and toilet
- Bedroom 2: 15 m² bedroom with a 1.20m bed, adjoining bathroom with bath and toilet
- Bedroom 3: 16 m² bedroom with an alcove child's bed, adjoining bathroom with shower and toilet shared with the next bedroom
- Bedroom 4: 10 m² bedroom with a child’s bed
- Bedroom 5: 20 m² bedroom with a 1.40m double bed
- 8 m² bathroom with shower and toilet
- Bedroom 6: 35 m² bedroom with a 1.60m double bed and en-suite bathroom with bath and toilet

Second floor
- Bedroom 7: 39 m² bedroom with a 1.80m double bed, wash basin and a bath
- Separate bathroom with a shower, jacuzzi and sauna
- Separate toilet
- Bedroom 8: 16 m² bedroom with two 1.00x1.90m single beds
- Bedroom 9: 17 m² bedroom with a 1.60m double bed
- Bedroom 10: 19 m² bedroom with a 1.10x1.90m single bed
- Bedroom 11: 11 m² bedroom with a 1.60m double bed
- Bedroom 12: with a 0.90m single bed
- 11 m² bathroom with bath and toilet
- 38 m² games / TV room

Exterior
- A forest estate of more than 400 hectares
- Ponds, rivers
- 2.5 hectares of grounds with a walled garden and French vegetable garden
- Tennis court (refurbished in 2020 on a hard surface)
- 5x11 m Heated swimming pool with a barrier and gate
- 20 km of paths for hiking, cycling or horse riding
- Helipad

The property also has a banquet room for events for up to 100 people, a Trophy Room (where an even larger collection of trophies is displayed) and a gite which can sleep a further 13 people. These options are extra.

Your French chateau holiday: things to see and do nearby

The Sarthe region enjoys all the rural charm of the countryside coupled with excellent access to Paris and is particularly famous for being home to the 24 Hours of Le Mans race track.

- The 24 Hours of Le Mans circuit was built in 1906 for the first Grand Prix Automobile de France organised by the Automobile Club de l'Ouest, which was also founded the same year. The first race took place in 1923. The track is one of the longest in the world and now hosts several races each year. These include the classic car race Le Mans Classic; the Michelin Le Mans Cup created in 2016 for LMP3 prototypes and GT3 cars; and the 24 Hours for motorbikes and trucks. The success of the 24-hour motorsport endurance race at the Circuit des 24 Heures du Mans, also called Circuit de la Sarthe, hasn’t wavered since its creation; it attracts 250,000 spectators from all over the world and is broadcast to 110 million viewers. Visit the museum and the circuit for a great day out!

- Horse riders of all abilities can ride on the estate and two stalls are available for guests to use at the property. The Boulerie Jump European horse centre is less than 20 kilometres away and offers vaulting taster sessions or horse concept leadership and teambuilding activities, events and competitions. There is also a riding club 15 km away.

- Le Mans old town, also called the Cité Plantagenet, is most definitely worth a visit. Take a trip back in time with the Romantic and Gothic style Saint-Julien du Mans cathedral, cobbled streets, half-timbered houses and Renaissance-style mansions. The Carré Plantagenet and the Queen Bérengère Museum recount the history of the region from prehistoric times to the 19th century. A very well-preserved Roman wall surrounds the city.


- If you haven’t quite had your fill of animals, then why not delight the family with a trip to the zoo? La Flèche zoo (60 km from the property) is ranked among the top five zoos in France.

- Walkers will love the hills and woods of the Alpes Mancelles. This preserved nature spot is dotted with quaint little villages such as Fresnay-sur-Sarthe, Saint-Cénéri-le-Genei or the fortified village of Bourg le Roi. The Alpes Mancelles culminate at 417 m and are ideal for hiking and water sports.

- Finally, the castles of the Loire are about 100 km away. The Chambord castle is the closest and is also the largest with 60 rooms to visit. And if you like the trophy room at your own chateau, then you will love the Hunting Room or Trophy Room at Chambord. It houses trophies donated by Marion Schuster, wife of Baron Rothschild and a keen hunter, in the late 1800s.

For something very different and a little further afield, you could head to Normandy to visit the D-Day landing beaches (Sword Beach, Omaha Beach). There are a number of commemorative monuments and war museums. Visit the Atlantic Wall Museum in Ouistreham or the D-Day Landing Museum in Arromanches to learn more about the historic events that took place here. The Caen Memorial is devoted more generally to the history of the 20th century and to world peace. These sites are about a two-hour drive away.

Getting to your rental castle in north-west France:

- Le Mans aerodrome 25 km
- Le Mans TGV train station 25 km
- Paris-Orly airport 190 km
- Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport 220 km
- Nantes-Atlantique airport 230 km
- Helipad on site or at Le Mans aerodrome

Location of the rental Le Chateau des Trophees (Loire Valley)


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