Set in the romantic village of Fère-en-Tardenois in the province of Champagne, the castle welcomes guests from around the world with its elegant gardens and fine accommodation. There are actually two castles on the grounds. One, the Château de Fère was built in 1206 by Robert de Dreux, grandson of Louis VI. Now in ruins, it serves as a backdrop to the newer 16th century castle, the Hostellerie du Château. And now, this majestic fully restored hotel invites you to share its rich history.
The Château's magnificently appointed 6 apartments, 19 rooms and excellent conference facilities offer you luxury befitting a five star hotel. The superb dining room with its paneled walls, chandeliered ceilings, crystal and elegant silverware is a regional favorite. To complement the exquisite cuisine is a remarkable selection of 20,000 bottles of fine wine, housed in the labyrinth of tunnels below the Château. The guest suites are appointed with collectables envied by those who appreciate the finer things. Tastefully arranged paintings, wall hangings, and lamps are matched to the grace of the Château itself. Modern luxuries include spa baths. A feast for the senses. A time for reflection . . . with service fit for kings.
At the Château de Fère you can do as much or as little as you choose. Revive your spirits over a game of tennis. Take to the air in a hot air balloon, or make a splash in our pool. Tee off on the neighboring 18 Hole golf course of L'Ailette or hunt (season permitting), horse ride, cycle or simply enjoy a leisurely stroll through the beautiful surrounding forests. And when you need to impress, the Hostellerie is the ideal conference, meeting or trade display venue. Amongst these pastimes there is of course another promise of enjoyment - the country of Champagne, with its traditional delights of local vineyards, historical buildings, fields of summer flowers and friendly locals. And nearby at Marne-la-Vallee, the fantasy and adventure world of EuroDisney beckons the young, and the young at heart.
Bathtub or shower
Two rooms with disabled access
Four rooms with their own private terrace
Two family rooms, which are particularly spacious at 45 m², and are laid out in two distinct areas: a bedroom and a living space that can host one or two children.
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The Junior Suites preserve a traditional sense of elegance while offering a more modern décor.
These upstairs suites enjoy a splendid view over the château's park.
Tucked up in the château's attic, these 60 m² suites are simultaneously spacious and cosy, and treat guests to an uninterrupted view over the ruins or the park.
The sleeping quarters are separated from the living space by a contemporary bathroom, comprising a luxurious, old-world free-standing bathtub complete with a hydro-massage system, and a body jet shower, the latter providing guests with the pinnacle of relaxation.
Hydro-massage bathtub with body jets