Entrance Hall – oak paneled leading to a large stone staircase with exposed stonework and vaulted ceilings
Dining Hall 50m2 – a wonderful room with an ornate wooden ceiling, large impressive stone fireplace, flagstone flooring, Large refectory table (seats 20) also furnished with a suit of armor and carved cabinets
Upper Kitchen 22m2 – fitted kitchen with granite work surfaces and stainless steel splashbacks, dishwasher, twin sink, microwave, fridge/freezer, SMEG range oven/hob
Lower Kitchen 22m2 – with an arched stone ceiling, the kitchen is equiped with a dishwasher, wine fridge, coffee machine, toaster, kettle, oven and hob, plus a seating area for 6
Chapel – The ancient chapel of the chateau is the oldest survival on the site (probably 12th century). At a later date, the chapel was extended with a nave in gothic style, and its northern wall formed part of the main defensive wall of the chateau. It is accessed from a hall way leading from the utility room.
Main lounge/sitting area 92m2 – Spacious salon with wooden flooring and an abundance of sofas and chairs. The very impressive room features a large stone fireplace. The furniture and furnishings are all in keeping with the historic feel of the room.
Rococco Salon 47m2 – an elaborate ornate room with white wood panel walls and gild detail, period furnishing and large TV (UK Free view channels) DVD player
Games Room 48m2 – Dark wood paneled room where you can play pool and babyfoot or choose a book from the library
Cloakrooms – both with wash basins and wc.
Laundry Room – Two washing machines, tumble dryer and clothes drier are housed in the external barn just across the terrace
Games Barn – with a ping-pong table, tennis raquets and balls, boule, badminton set and darts