Castle Hotels in France

From opulent chateaux hotels on the French Riveira to your own self catered castle in Normandy, our list of French castles and hotels stretch the entire country. These castle hotels in France are perfect for a romantic break away, whilst some chateaux are available for exclusive use, perfect for taking friends or family away for a truly extraordinary break in France!

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Château Hôtel Du Colombier

Château Hôtel Du Colombier, Brittany, France.

Only a 5-minute drive from the beaches of St Malo, the Château Hôtel Du Colombier dates back to the 18th century and is set in 15acres of grounds. Free WiFi.

  • 18th Century

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Château-Hôtel de Bourron

Château-Hôtel de Bourron, Bourron-Marlotte, Ile de France, France.

Built on the site of an earlier medieval fortress, this delightful family-owned chateau hotel dates from the early 17th century. Surrounded by spring-fed moats, the elegant guest bedrooms are individually designed and beautifully appointed.

  • 17th Century

Le Chateau d’Etoges

Le Chateau d’Etoges, Étoges, Champagne, France.

Set in a Champagne vineyard, Le Chateau d’Etoges offers stylish guest rooms in the chateau and the orangerie, with private bathrooms and Wi-Fi. In one of its two dining rooms, guests can enjoy regional and traditional gourmet cuisine.

  • 17th Century

Château du Barive

Château du Barive, Sainte-Preuve, Champagne, France.

In the very heart of the Champagne region, the 19th century Château du Barive is the perfect location to discover the charm of the Champagne region.

  • 19th Century

Chateau de Blomac

Chateau de Blomac, Blomac, Languedoc, France.

In the South of France, between Carcassonne and Narbonne, the Chateau de Blomac offers luxury suites. Heated outdoor pool. free WiFi. The Chateau is situated near the Canal du Midi, less than 20 km from Carcassonne. Airport 25km.

  • 18th Century

Chateau d’Audrieu

Chateau d'Audrieu, Audrieu, Normandy, France.

Set in extensive parkland between Caen and Bayeux, this elegant 18th century chateau offers 29 luxurious rooms and prestigious suites. Recalling a bygone era, the lounge and dining rooms overlook the park and main courtyard. Heated outdoor swimming pool.

  • 18th Century

Chateau Corneille

Chateau Corneille, Vieux Villez, Normandy, France.

Chateau Corneille is conveniently located for Paris, Rouen, Giverny and Deauville as well as the D Day landing beaches. Corneille’s restaurant, La Closerie, is housed in the chateau’s old stables and serves traditional cuisine. Free WiFi.

  • 18th Century

Château de Mercuès

Château de Mercuès, nr. Cahors, Lot Valley, France.

Defending the Lot Valley and town of Cahors, the origins of Château de Mercuès date back to the 13th century. Offering 30 lavishly decorated guest rooms and suites on the inside, outside there are two tennis courts and a swimming pool.

  • 13th Century

Chateau De La Barre

Chateau De La Barre, Conflans-sur-Anille, Loire Valley, France.

Home to the Count and Countess de Vanssay since 1404, this elegant castle hotel and its romantic gardens are surrounded by 16th century fortifications. Each the five bedrooms and suites are individually decorated, and furnished with period antiques.

  • 15th Century

Château de la Tour du Puits

Château de la Tour du Puits, Chambery, Rhone-Alpes, France.

This quaint little château is full of old world charm. Set within gardens, woods and orchards, it offers seven luxurious bedrooms and a fine dining restaurant.

  • 12th Century

Chateau de l’Ile

Chateau de l'Ile, Ostwald, Alsace, France.

Set on the banks of the Ill River, this authentic 19th-century Château blends traditional Alsatian architecture with modern comforts. Guest rooms are elegant and air conditioned. Free WiFi. Chateau de l’Ile is 10 km from Strasbourg city centre.

  • 19th Century