South of Paris, between Fontainebleau and Nemours, on the site of an old medieval fortress, stands the Château de Bourron, built at the end of the 16th century.
Illustrating the “brick and stone” regional architecture and flanked by two small pavilions and horseshoe-shaped staircases, this typical chateau of Ile de France presents sobriety and great elegance.
In October 1725, it welcomes the dethroned King of Poland, Stanislas Leszczynski, who, for etiquette reasons, could not be greeted at Fontainebleau by his future son-in-law, the young French King
The new Queen of France, Marie Leszczynska, comes everyday to visit her parents and loses a diamond in the park…
Today, in the vicinity of the Fontainebleau forest, the Château de Bourron, a family estate, welcomes you in the midst of a 40 hectares park ; you will also admire the French-style layout of it, which gives to this beautiful mansion, a most harmonious character.
As for its gastronomic restaurant, it attracts the refined gourmets.