Abbaye de Reigny - boutique château-hotel - Burgundy
Under the vaults of a Cistercian abbey
Welcome to the enchanting world of Reigny Abbey. This former Cistercian abbey and listed Historical Monument founded in 1128 is an invitation to disconnect and let your troubles slip away.
As soon as you step inside, you enter a world where time flows alongside centuries past. The old stones tell stories of medieval monks and lay brother, and every corner of the abbey exudes countless secrets. Your breath will be taken away by the splendor of the 14th-century Cistercian refectory, a veritable architectural gem, which will envelop you in its mystical charm.
Nestled in 35 acres of unspoiled countryside, the Abbey is an oasis of calm where serenity reigns supreme. A place where you can lose yourself as you observe the beauty of time itself.
The abbey’s five rooms have been preserved in the style of the 1930s with discreet refinement and monastic influences – nods to the prestigious era when Coco Chanel and the Duke of Westminster would come to stay.
At the first light, enjoy a refreshing swim in the estate’s river or heated swimming pool, before retreating to the spa to indulge in the warmth of the sauna. Mr. and Mrs. Mauvais, guardians of this exquisite site since 2006, will give you a warm welcome and guide you through the corridors of time.
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The Abbaye’s five rooms, whose 1930s style has been preserved, plunge you into an atmosphere of discreet refinement with monastic influences. Enjoy spacious baths, plush bedding, and breathtaking views either of the garden and its majestic lime trees or the Sacy Valley. From the Chambre Galand de Reugny to the Chambre de l’Abbé, every corner of the abbey is steeped in history, inviting you on an elegant, contemplative adventure.
Galand de Reigny Room
This room is named after one of Reigny’s monks.
Room with bathtub and views of the grounds.
Duke of Westminster Room
This room is named after the Duke who stayed here in the 1930s.
Coco Chanel Room
This room pays tribute to Coco Chanel who slept here whilst on fox hunting breaks.
18th century style interior with views of the grounds and dovecote.