Chateau du Coudreceau, an 18th-century French Chateau and private golfing estate in the Loire Valley, is now available for exclusive use. The grounds of the Chateau include an exclusive 14-hole golf course that borders the Forêt de Orléans, France’s largest national forest.
This private home is ideal for families, executive retreats and board meetings, with seven suites inspired by classic French artists and a 12-bedroom guest house in the sister property, Chateau de le Chesnaye. Chateau du Coudreceau is accessed by private jet via Saint-Denis-de-l’Hôtel private airfield just 20 minutes away, or by a 90-minute drive, south of Paris.
The Chateau offers luxury golfing with Tour-quality fairways and USGA Greens tucked into the French countryside. No members, no tee times and no restrictions allow freedom to play the game on a championship standard course. The concierge service may also arrange 20-minute helicopter rides to Le Golf National in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, home of the 2018 Ryder Cup.
The line of trees that circle the Chateau and round the clock security maintains privacy for guests and ensures they enjoy seclusion from the outside world. Unwind in the Chateau’s indoor swimming pool, use the gym or lounge in the Jardin du Lac to bask under the sun.
Dine formally in the Chateau’s dining room, lined with gilt edge mirrors, ornate chandeliers and bouquets of flowers. Guests may dine more casually al fresco in the Jardin du Lac, nestled within the grounds of the property. The dining service combines the flavors of the region with the expertise of the kitchen team led by its executive chef. Guest Michelin-starred chefs may also be commissioned. The Chateau’s wine collection is stored in a 250-year old cellar and samples the iconic vineyards of the region.
Chateau du Coudreceau is located to access the cultural highlights of Paris and its restaurants, night life, and shopping amenities in and around the French capital. The 24-hour concierge service based at the Chateau may charter helicopters and arrange a personalized and private excursion to famous French landmarks such as The Palace of Versailles, the Cathedral at Chartres, the UNESCO listed Chateau Chambord and the Loire Valley vineyards.