This Royal Room crosses the entire Château and has a magnificent view on each side, over the peaceful countryside of the Morvan. The sun rises into the room on the side overlooking the park at the back of the castle and the sun sets into the bathroom on the front façade.
The room reserved for the Kings of France in the past
Total tranquillity, large spaces, and direct access to the swimming pool.
This room was reserved in the past for the Kings of France during their stay in Bourgogne. Its size and decoration are historical: the parquet floor and woodwork, made of oak and the large marble fireplace are all original.
The 5m40 high French ceilings with the royal “Fleurs-de-Lys” have been restored respecting traditional 17th century techniques.
Very beautiful four-poster King size bed, stately taffeta and velvet curtains, and Louis 13th style furniture, magnificent Persian carpets. Warm colours traditionally used in that period.
The most beautiful and biggest bathroom in the Château enjoying the sun set in the evening.
Large windows overlooking the front park and the magnificent sycamore tree, classified as a remarkable 400-year-old tree, as well as the 13th century “Historical Monument” dungeon.
Two independent washbasins, separate and vast shower, a large bath for 2 and a separate toilette. Magnificent ceramics, made in Rambouillet workshops, of large bird frescos. The bathroom fittings are in shape of fish. Floors are of ivory marble.
Independent dressing, WiFi, flat screen TV, satellite with French and International channels, Canal +, beIn sport for most of the major sports events and children’s channels. Direct telephone line. Minibar. Safe.
Prestigious guests who have stayed in the Kings Room
Eric Clapton, Renaud, Wanda Sykes, Sawako Agawa, Fernando Cardoso – Brazilian President from 1995 à 2003, Michel Houellebecq, Iidar Khalikov – 1st Minister of Tataristan.