Fersen bathroom

Just push the concealed door and enter one of the medieval towers: here you will find a very large bathroom with a view over the park, equipped with a bathtub, a wide wash hand basin, walk-in shower and separated toilets.

Room with breakfast
Junior Suite Count De Fersen

Without any doubt, one of the most beautiful rooms in the Château! A very high ceiling with exposed original beams, a magnificent view on the park and the surrounding countryside, a perfect quietness: this large-sized (50 sqm, 539 sq ft).

Room with breakfast
Junior Suite Louis-Antoine De Bougainville

« My partner and I stayed only one night in the Louis-Antoine de Bougainville suite and left feeling very disappointed.....that we couldn't stay longer!! ... »
This is a comment by one of our guests on Tripadvisor.

Room park side
Bougainville bathroom

The very large bathroom offers a view over the park, and is equipped with a bathtub, a wide wash hand basin, walk-in shower and separate toilets.

Bougainville bathroom
Tradition room Marquis De Dupleix

The most peaceful room in the Château is dedicated to Marquis de Dupleix. It is a large (23 sqm, 248 sq ft), overlooking the park, and equipped with a Queen size bed.

Red and green room
Dupleix bathroom

The bathroom, located in a medieval tower, is almost as large as the room, with 2 windows, a bathtub, a wide wash hand basin, walk-in shower and separate toilets.

Dupleix bathroom
Salon Aymard de Chouppes

This salon, dedicated to Aymard de Chouppes, Chevalier of the King''s Order, King''s Counsellor, Lieutenant General in his Armies, and childhood friend of Louis XIII., has kept its 18th century fireplace.

Laid table
Salons Louis de Barberin

The fireplace and the over-mantel are original, dating from the early 18th century. The fire back bears Louis de Barberin''s coat of arms and his motto, Bellicae Virtutis Premium. The Barberin arms can also be seen above the château entrance and in the chapel.

Small glass coffee table
Chapel

The chapel was consecrated 27th June 1719 without Louis de Barberin being present, as he had died a few weeks previously. The tomb to his memory erected by his widow is the only known work by a sculptor from Dijon, Claude Dubois (1694-1769).

Church

Room on park side

The rooms are dedicated to illustrious persons who lived or stayed at Reignac. The decor and the chosen pieces of period furniture aim at recreating the atmosphere most familiar to these great names in history, while insuring the hosts all the comfort of a luxury hotel. All the rooms are located in the Château.

Junior Suite Hans Axel, Count De Fersen (1755-1810), swedish Marshal

Without any doubt, one of the most beautiful rooms in the Château! A very high ceiling with exposed original beams, a magnificent view on the park and the surrounding countryside, a perfect quietness: this large-sized (50 sqm, 539 sq ft) is dedicated to Hans Axel de Fersen, and his impossible love affair with Marie-Antoinette, Queen of France. The room is equipped with a super king size bed (or 2 single beds, on request) and a comfortable sitting area. Thanks to its dimensions, 2 extra beds for children/teens can be added. What about the bathroom? Just push the concealed door and enter one of the medieval towers: here you will find a very large bathroom with a view over the park, equipped with a bathtub, a wide wash hand basin, walk-in shower and separated toilets. Room accessible by elevator.

Rate for 2 pers.: from 200 to 280 €
Extra bed for a child/teen: 30 €
Adult buffet-breakfast: 16 € per pers.

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Junior Suite Louis Antoine De Bougainville (1729-1811), french navigator

« My partner and I stayed only one night in the Louis-Antoine de Bougainville suite and left feeling very disappointed.....that we couldn't stay longer!! Both the room itself and the bathroom were huge and there were two large windows in the room letting in a lot of light as well as a beautiful view of the park worthy of a painting. » This is a comment by one of our guests on Tripadvisor. What else can we say? The room (50 sqm, 538 sq ft) is equipped with a super king size bed (or 2 single beds, on request) and a comfortable sitting area. 2 extra beds for children/teens can be added. The very large bathroom offers a view over the park, and is equipped with a bathtub, a wide wash hand basin, walk-in shower and separate toilets. Monsieur de Bougainville, a french explorer of the XVIIIth century, would have been at ease in this room decorated with period furniture and paintings, which recall his discoveries. Room accessible by elevator.

Rate for 2 pers.: from 200 to 280 €
Extra bed for a child/teen: 30 €
Adult buffet-breakfast: 16 € per pers.

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Tradition room Joseph  François, Marquis De Dupleix (1697-1763) Governor General of the Compagnie des Indes

The most peaceful room in the Château is dedicated to Marquis de Dupleix. It is a large (23 sqm, 248 sq ft), overlooking the park, and equipped with a Queen size bed. The bathroom, located in a medieval tower, is almost as large as the room, with 2 windows, a bathtub, a wide wash hand basin, walk-in shower and separate toilets. Room accessible by elevator.

Rate for 2 pers.: from 120 to 2180 €
Adult buffet-breakfast: 16 € per pers.

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Salon Aymard de Chouppes

This salon, dedicated to Aymard de Chouppes, Chevalier of the King''s Order, King''s Counsellor, Lieutenant General in his Armies, and childhood friend of Louis XIII., has kept its 18th century fireplace. The ceiling, in the ''French style'', probably dates back to the Müller family, who used this room as a dining-room, as can be seen from the dish-warming system set into the radiators

Salons Louis de Barberin

The fireplace and the over-mantel are original, dating from the early 18th century. The fire back bears Louis de Barberin''s coat of arms and his motto, Bellicae Virtutis Premium. The Barberin arms can also be seen above the château entrance and in the chapel.

The main staircase and the handrail date back to the period when Louis de Barbarin undertook the re-building of the château. He kept the west side of the old château, the stairway partly obscuring the pre-existing opening.
One of the portraits that decorate the walls is that of Armand de Saint Germain, a member of the Order of Saint Louis, in which Louis de Barbarin held the rank of

Chapel

The chapel was consecrated 27th June 1719 without Louis de Barberin being present, as he had died a few weeks previously. The tomb to his memory erected by his widow is the only known work by a sculptor from Dijon, Claude Dubois (1694-1769).
The chapel was refurbished by the Müller family who called in the master craftsman Pierre Lobin, for the stained glass windows.