Château de Bonnemare - boutique château-hotel - Eure


Château de Bonnemare

Château de Bonnemare - boutique château-hotel - Eure

Nature, heritage, and Normandy, a stone’s throw from Giverny

Sylvie and Alain, passionate custodians of Château de Bonnemare, open their doors to you in the heart of picturesque Normandy, just over an hour from Paris. This 16th-century treasure and listed Historical Monument boasts a red-brick façade – a discreet nod to the warm welcome that awaits. The immersion begins with the sound of gravel crunching beneath your feet as you enter a wide, verdant driveway and pass through the gatehouse, nestled between two towers that have become emblematic of the site. Both majestic and proud, Château de Bonnemare promises an authentic, exotic experience in the heart of 54 acres of nature.

From the entrance, you will catch sight of the rare, remarkably well-preserved period timber, which hints at the magic of the setting. As for the rooms, legend has it that Bonnemare hosted kings Charles VII and Charles IX, who loved to hunt in the area. Expect the royal treatment! Reflecting art de vivre so typical of the Renaissance and the Grand Siècle, the hotel takes you back through time without you even looking at the clock. One of the château’s most iconic features is the vast kitchen on the first floor, dating back to the late 16th century. Original stonework covers the floor, and the room has a hearth featuring three cooking modes: an ingenious turning spit (inspired by Leonardo da Vinci), a hanging skewer, and a pastry oven. This is where guests enjoy breakfast in a delightfully historic atmosphere.

Close to the château, the chapel inevitably catches the eye with its striking curved roof, modern stained-glass windows, and 17th-century decorations.

Whether you’re here for a wedding, a seminar, or a getaway, you’ll leave Bonnemare feeling nostalgic for the golden days of old.

Radepont, the Eure department, Normandy
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Rooms & suites

Beyond the walls lies a panorama of peaceful Normandy, where tranquility reigns supreme. At the heart of this haven, four warm, cozy bedrooms offer a meticulous blend of comfort and refinement.

Succumb to the charms of this generous space, whose rooms span 323 to 538 ft. sq. under cathedral roofs with exposed beams. Through the windows, a unique, bucolic scene unfolds, showcasing the endlessly majestic grounds and forest-covered valley. Les Hautes Sources will take your breath away, whether in the château or nestled in the Cabane du Clocher, perched 22 feet above the ground. Get ready for a spectacular immersion in the heart of the Eure Valley.

The Raoul Bonnemare Room

2 people

This room is accessible to persons with limited mobility, is an area of ​​50 m2.
From €130- breakfast included

The Marie France Room

2 to 3 people

The room is 45 square meters in size and has an independent entrance.
From €130- breakfast included

The King's Room

2 people

It is said that in this 50 m2 room, King Charles IX stayed between two hunting parties. Possible to convert into a family suite for 4 people.
From €190- breakfast included

The Parade Room

2 people

This room has a surface area of ​​100 m2 and décor  from the sixteenth century.
From €220- breakfast included

Louis XVI Suite

2 to 3 people

This 100m2 room was decorated in 1777 by its new owner, Charles Leblond, who had been in the service of the King's brother.
From €220- breakfast included

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