Bedrooms

Ground Floor

Le Poète
Le Poète is the only ground-floor bedroom. It is a large single en-suite room with a four-poster bed and exceptionally large, luxurious bathroom. There is a sitting area and desk by the window which looks down the valley towards Figeac. Wi-Fi internet access is available in this room.

Le Poète was named after the great poet and intellectual Paul Valéry, who spent many happy hours here. His liaison with Jeanne Loviton, the then owner of the chateau, was one of the great untold love stories of the 20th century. See History.

First Floor

L’Ecuyer
L’Ecuyer is a large, light and airy south-facing twin room with an en-suite bathroom. There is a sitting area and a writing desk facing the window overlooking the park. The private toilet is located immediately outside the room.
Le Sénéchal
Le Sénéchal is a stunning en-suite room with a double canopy bed. It enjoys breathtaking views both along and across the Célé valley. Access is via the gallery that runs the length of the Grande Salle. There is a sitting area and writing desk and the room has Wifi internet access. The large bathroom with immaculate décor also enjoys a spectacular view across the valley.
Le Connetable
Le Connetable is a twin-bedded room adjacent to the Senechale that shares its bathroom. The Senechal and Connetable together are particularly suitable for families with children.
La Châtelaine
La Châtelaine is a large single room with a 17th century four-poster bed, and an en-suite bathroom decorated in Portugese tiles. The bed is a little shorter and a little wider than usual. There is seating by the fireplace, and a desk by the window with a view down the Célé valley towards Figeac.
Le Chevalier
Le Chevalier, adjoining La Châtelaine, is a large private sitting room with a large day-bed which can be used as an additional single bedroom. It shares the bathroom and toilet of the Chatelaine.
Le Prince
Le Prince is a large first-floor double bedroom with a 18th century canopy bed and en-suite bathroom. The room is named after Prince Pierre de Monaco who was a guest here in 1940 after the fall of France. The walls are panelled in dark wood and covered in rich fabric. The en-suite bathroom is decorated with hand-made Portuguese tiles. The room has two desks, one facing the window overlooking the park, the other looking out across the courtyard and the Célé valley.
Le Demoiseau
Le Demoiseau is a small single room attached to Le Prince and which shares its bathroom. A side exit from the Demoiseau gives access to the terrace and courtyard.