The Great Service Quarters of a refined chateau framed by greenery
Located in a wooded valley bordering Alésia, 1 hour from Dijon, this 17th century chateau surrounded by moats and formal gardens offers a refined setting for your receptions. In the 17th century, Roger de Bussy-Rabutin, a warrior and writer, cousin to the Marquise de Sévigné, created an unusual painted decor in the chateau's apartments. He used illustrated mottos and annotated portraits to illustrate his vivid viewpoint and make fun of the court of Louis XIV. We offer a 200 m2 space with lovely volumes and exposed beams. The Gardens and terrace open to the park and overlooking the chateau courtyard are also available until nightfall.
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