Château de Chailly
Château de Chailly is a former 16th century fortress, listed as a historical monument, located in the heart of the Burgundy countryside, within easy reach of the region's largest vineyards.
The castle has 45 bedrooms including 10 superb suites, which offer first class comfort in an authentic traditional French setting. The castle is home to 45 bedrooms and suites, and is now classed as a national monument. The majority of the rooms are located in lovely annexes that overlook the estate, courtyards and the golf course, and are decorated and furnished in the most opulent fashion.
The Armançon Restaurant is a gourmet experience, made all the more special by the selection of vintage Burgundy wines that are stored in the chateau cellar. The Rubillon bistro offers excellent dining in a more relaxed environment, and the Lion's Bar is the place to convene for drinks before or after dinner.
Cooking Classes at Château de Chailly
A number of cooking classes are available in-house with the head chef. The class is either held from 10h00 to 12h00 or from 17h00 to 19h00. The 2 hour session includes preparing and cooking a dish which is enjoyed at the end of the class.
Wine Tasting at Château de Chailly
Wine tasting are available in the wine tasting cellar offering a basic overview of the Burgundy wine region : explain the various wine regions, types of grapes, explain the appellations, how to read the bottle labels, etc. We then taste 2 white wines and 2 red wines. The wine tasting in usually held with the Châteaux sommelier.
Château de Chailly golf course is entirely dedicated to golfing pleasure. The fantastic harmony achieved at Chateau de Chailly between traditional character and modern facilities has elevated the venue in to the upper echelons of French luxury golf holiday destinations. Géry Watine, the 1989 French champion was involved in the construction of this fantastic par 72 parkland course. Technically challenging the course offers a find balance between front and back nines with numerous water obstacles in an attractive landscaping.