Hôtel de la Groirie - 4 stars hotel - Sarthe


Hôtel de la Groirie

Hôtel de la Groirie - 4 stars hotel - Sarthe

A peaceful interlude in Sarthe

Located just outside Le Mans, Château de la Groirie, now Hôtel de La Groirie, is a historic gem nestled among 247 acres of listed parkland. This elegant 18th-century residence, recently transformed into a four-star hotel, stands as testament to a deep-rooted passion for preserving heritage and celebrating refinement.

The 13 rooms, housed in an 18th-century wing of the estate, offer a picturesque, authentic atmosphere. Each offers a unique charm that skillfully combines ancient with the modern. From the Chambre de la Petite Marquise, with its “Polonaise” bed and sumptuous black marble bathroom, to the Chambre de mon Enfance, with its refreshing, cheerfully painted furniture, you’ll feel right at home – with the added service of a luxury hotel.

Sheltered from the wind and the burning sun, Hôtel de la Groirie’s swimming pool invites you to take a dip before unwinding under a parasol. You can also go on a bike ride, play pétanque, and do yoga – La Groirie is the perfect place to awaken your muscles!

Under the guidance of Gaëtane and Jean-Louis Durand Lépine, La Groirie has become an oasis of calm to be treasured for years to come. Succumb to the charm of this bucolic setting and enjoy a delightful getaway in the heart of Sarthe.

Pays de la Loire, Sarthe department, near Le Mans
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Rooms & suites

Located on the historic estate of La Groirie, the eponymous hotel offers 13 exceptional rooms, elegantly mixing 18th-century charm with subtly modern touches. Whether you opt for the Chambre de la Petite Marquise with its Polonaise bed and black marble bathroom, the Chambre de Mon Enfance, enlivened by joyful, painted furniture, or the Chambre Renaissance with its period furnishings, each space promises a fantastic stay. Experience a delicious blend of history, elegance, and comfort in this listed Historical Monument.

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