Chateau du Coudreceau is a peaceful private haven and golf estate set around the sweeping, landscaped grounds of a secluded 18th century French Chateau, in the picturesque Loire Valley - and just a 90-minute drive, south of Paris.
Built in 1775 during the reign of Louis XVI, the last King of France, and still remaining in private ownership - the estate has been sensationally renovated and features a world-class golf course, luxurious accommodation and devoted staff - reserved to rent for exclusive use.
Blending classic French 18th century design with luxurious modern amenities and refined furnishings, there are seven well-appointed and comfortable prestigious suites - all of which pay homage to the Chateau’s heritage and spirit and inspired by classic French artists. A 12-bedroom guest house in the sister property, Chateau de le Chesnaye is additionally available.
The estate's extensive and impeccable grounds distinguish this property apart, with their championship quality 14-hole golf course (with no members & no tee times) - one of the few entirely private courses in the world - carved through mature woodland within the Chateau’s 200-acre estate, which borders France's largest national forest. Away from golf, the estate has a fully equipped gym and fitness studio and an indoor swimming pool.
Available round-the-clock, the estate's personal concierge can arrange private excursions to famous French nearby landmarks such as The Palace of Versailles, the Cathedral at Chartres, the UNESCO listed Chateau Chambord and the Loire Valley vineyards.
For further information, please visit www.cducestates.com.
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