This château, still an official residence for French presidents, has had a long lineage of royal dwellers. King Francis ... More
Château de Rambouillet
This château, still an official residence for French presidents, has had a long lineage of royal dwellers. King Francis I died in it. The castle was originally erected as a military bastion. From that period still stands its dungeon, built in the 14th century. Its park, which has been arranged with ponds and canals was once a hunting ground for the Kings of France because it is located in a 20,000 acre forest. Just outside of Paris, it makes for an excellent day trip. Tours are available daily.For further details and updated timings, call ahead or check the website.
A Former Stronghold Of The Count Bishops Of Cahors Since The Xiith Century..The Castle Of Mercues Has Been Entirely Renovated
With The Respect That We Owe To The Testimonies Of History..While Endowing It With An Exceptional Comfort.The Hotel Overlooks ...
Amenities:Air Conditioning (In Room). Iron. Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). In Room Broadband Internet Access. Safe (In Room). Whirlpool. Balcony/Terrace. Mini Bar.
Hotel Details:30 Rooms / 3 Floors. Built in 1720. Multi lingual Staff. Pets Allowed. Smoke Alarm in Rooms. Meeting ...