Château de Bourron - boutique château-hotel - Ile de France
A trip back to the 17th century, 40 miles from Paris
This 17th-century château clad in brick and stone seems to have stepped straight out of a fairytale. Standing on the remains of a feudal fortress and surrounded by a white-water moat, this period residence and listen Historical Monument is steeped in whispered, ancient secrets. With its 104-acre grounds in the heart of the Fontainebleau Forest, you can bask in the splendor of a natural setting filled with beauty.
The 16 rooms, divided between the château and the Maison d’Artagnan, combine modern comforts with the charm of yesteryear, present in the wall hangings and period furniture. At Château de Bourron, attention to detail transcends time itself. From the antique, cast-iron bathtubs to the imposing fireplaces, the atmosphere of each room pays tribute to an illustrious figure who left their mark on the area.
Take the horseshoe-shaped staircases, majestic guardians of this heritage, which guide you to the sumptuous reading rooms; follow the bucolic garden pathway to the royal residence of the Château de Fontainebleau, an illustrious neighbor; or make your way to Vaux-le-Vicomte, where the full pomp of the Grand Siècle is everywhere you look.
Château de Bourron will charm you with its timeless elegance, discreet nobility, and unspoiled setting. Come and enjoy a truly unique experience, where history, French art de vivre, and the splendor of nature come together in impressive harmony. A journey through time to access the soul of France. Welcome to a world where every moment is a revelation.
In Seine-et-Marne, between the Fontainebleau Forest and the Château de Fontainebleau
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Rooms & suites
The eleven recently renovated rooms and suites at Château de Bourron and the five rooms in the d’Artagnan cottage are exceptional jewels combining elegance and history.
Generous spaces, private alcoves, and soft colors create an exceptional atmosphere. Pink silks, antique floor tiles, and decorative fireplaces whisper ancient tales, while large walk-in showers, cast-iron bathtubs, and period furniture complete this elegant narrative.
At Château de Bourron, your nights will be enchanted by the refinement of the Grand Siècle.
The Montgolfier Brothers Room
This Superior Room is named after the inventors of machine for raising the water called the "hydraulic ram".
The Vogüé Room
This Superior Room bears the name of Anne de Montesquiou, née Vogüé, wife of Blaise de Montesquiou. She was the aunt of the current owners of the château of Vaux-le-Vicomte.
The Petit Roi de Rome Room
This Superior Room is dedicated to Napoleon's son, François-Charles-Joseph-Napoleon Bonaparte, King of Rome, Duke Of Reichstadt.
The General de Brye's Room
This Superior Room pays homage to the Count and Countess Gérard (1902-1964) and Odette de Brye (1908-2002).
The Récamier Room
This Prestige Room bears the name of the Countess Claude Sauvan d'Aramon and Count Louis de Montesquiou, heir to the estate of Bourron.
The Cordon Suite
This Suite bears the name of the Count and Countess René (1901-1941) and Christiane (1910-2004) de Cordon.
The Bédoyère Suite
This Luxe Room is named in honour of the Count and Countess Antoine (1903-1983) and Yvonne (1909-2005) de La Bédoyère.
The Marie Leszczynska Room
Named for Queen Marie Leszczynska who, in 1725, had asked for this Luxe Room to be prepared so she could rest, change, and receive visitors.
Room in the Maison d'Artagnan
The house is ideal for a family, with five double rooms decorated with charm and authenticity. Three rooms are located on the ground floor with a terrace, and two rooms are located upstairs. Each room has its own private bathroom. The five rooms can be rented individually or as a weekly cottage.