Together with the pavilion next door, the chateau offers 17 double bedrooms, catering for up to 34 guests and up to 48 guests in total, with the addition of extra beds in the bedrooms.
On the ground floor the stone vaulted reception room is decorated in period style and allows access to the park.
The kitchen is not available for guests use as it is a professional kitchen for staff use only. However, dinner can be served in the grand dining room every evening if you wish.
The breakfast room comes with period furnishings and fireplace and the living room is wood panelled with an impressive fireplace. The library has period furnishings and leads to a round stone walled living room with television, WC and a playing card table.
The reception hall has two desks and is fully equipped with telephone, computer, fax etc. There is also a pool table on the ground floor.
In the basement is the wine cellar, boiler room and laundry room complete with iron and washing machine.
On the first floor there are seven double, lounge and suite rooms with en-suite bathrooms and a mixture of double or single beds. All bedrooms have TVs and several have mini bars. The rooms are quiet with excellent views.
Several bedrooms are located in the round stone towers and feature exposed beams and period furniture. On the second floor there are another seven double, lounge and suite rooms, all featuring en-suite bathrooms, TV and excellent views.
The pavilion has two more double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and TVs, located on the ground floor. There is also an additional single bed in the living room, two reception rooms, a kitchen and a separate WC.
Outside there are 19 acres of parkland, an outdoor dining terrace and plenty of garden furniture in front of the chateau.
The private swimming pool has a child safety alarm. In addition there are facilities for volley ball, badminton, ball games and table tennis. There is parking for several vehicles and the grounds are completely fenced.