Eure Castle Rental Photos and Description
11 bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms, sleeps 24 in Chateau and stablehouse together.
17th c. Empire Chateau, family friendly property of 5 acres with heated pool, pond, and formal gardens. Formal Dining Room and Salon, French country kitchen and Empire library. Large Informal living area for children with Playstation and games TV. High style interior by renown New York designer. Quiet villages nearby with local bakeries, markets and shopping. 2 miles to A13 autoroute with easy access to Rouen, Bordeaux, Paris, casinos and beaches. The chateau has been fully restored.The Chateau sleeps 14 by itself or up to 24 with additional stable house. Discount given for the two properties rented together. Stable house alone, sleeps 6-8. Featured in US Elle Decor (cover property) and France's Maison Normandes (cover property). Truly pastoral escape in luxurious surroundings.
Our family loves to spend our vacations here at any time of year - Summer by the pool, or a white Christmas in the snow - we are sure you would enjoy this piece of paradise as much as we do!
Chateau du Jonquay is located near a small town ( approx 5 - 10 min walk thru country lanes )
The local village has a beautiful old church and delicious Boulangerie that can arrange delivery of freshly baked croissants and baguettes to your front door every morning!
It is only a short drive , approx 5 mins , to another local town Bourg -Achard.
This town has 2 supermarkets, fabulous butcher and charcuterie, 2 more Boulangeries, fruit shop , Bank and Post Office. There is a market here once a week.
It also has a magnificent michelin rated restaurant and 2 bars.
In the Chateau is a book we have collated of things to do and see in the area , including good restaurants.
- Events Allowed
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Low Allergen Environment
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair accessible
Guestbook comments from the owner
Gleaming white walls, pastel shutters, soaring roofs and a tree-lined courtyard — it could have tumbled out of a romantic French novel. Inside is no less alluring. The graceful 17th-century Empire manor house, in a secluded corner of Normandy, occupies three floors and has two sitting rooms, three bathrooms and a library. Rooms are decorated throughout with a deft lightness of touch in classic French style, while the dining room with its Asian flourishes combines the funky with the formal — great for lunches that stretch past sunset. Château boutiquery continues in seven spacious bedrooms, their period design augmented by contemporary touches. Outside, a sunbed beside the (unfenced) pool is the perfect viewing place for five acres of gardens, French and formal. The village of Bourg Achard, some 4km away across the fields, supplies the essentials of French life — bread, wine, cuisine, culture; the cycling is easy and bikes are provided. There are markets aplenty, and mediaeval Rouen, where the pro-English bishop somewhat unhelpfully burnt Joan of Arc, is an easy drive.