Geoffroy du Bec
Charming little geometrical room in the large round tower. Atmosphere from the 15th century with a fireplace, very nice tiled floor, benches under the large window, beautiful old beams and a shower located in the thickness of the wall where the latrines of the soldiers were. Faced to the south with a beautiful view on the countryside and the village down below.
The room is named after Geoffroy du Bec, who owned the castle in 1449. Geoffroy du Bec was Secretary of Charles VII.
* Double bed
* Shower is located in the wall structure
The cost for the room is 110 euro per night
(incl. breakfast). The room is equipped for two persons.
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