The ground-floor Templar Suite [5.6m by 5.5m] is the oldest room in the Château, having once been part of the original 11th century keep, surrounded by a moat. The ancient arrow slit and musket hole reflects the changes of battle weaponry over the centuries. The remains of the 12th century Gothic fireplace were traced in the wall and it has now been authentically restored. The bedroom combines rich gold and velvet red colours within cream and yellow stoned walls and an ancient oak beamed ceiling. The room contains a king-sized bed [1.6m by 2.0m] and ornaments and antiques from the 18th century. French windows provide access to the south facing terrace and stunning views of the gardens and valley beyond.
The olive green and white bathroom is situated in the defensive west tower – providing a walk in wet area, toilet, and sink, towel rail and large gilt mirror.
Rates include continental breakfast, tea and coffee facilities and internet access as well as French and English television. One additional bed can be added to the room for a small fee. Meals and beverages can also be provided for an additional fee.