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Welcome to our Special Offers  page where you will find
-  special events offered at or near our member properties 
-  discount offers from our members 
-  summaries of châteaux recently added to our site 
-  preview of properties that will be Coming Soon 
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Current Offers
at lovely Loire Valley Châteaux

These special rates are only valid if booked through au Château!

Château de la Barre

Book your stay at this luxurious historic château and add the package tour of Normandy
explore the battlefields and D-Day beaches with a Brigadier General, see the D-Day beaches,
  a visit to Chartres Cathedral and so much more! 
Contact us today with questions or to make your reservation.  Don't miss out! 

Château Détilly 
in the Loire Valley

can sleep from 12 to 27 people in the château and Coach House.  Rented by the week,
this beautiful property with a swimming pool and tennis court is the ideal destination for your family or a group of friends. 
Contact  us today at inquiry@au-chateau.com and indicate Detilly in the subject line to book you stay
and ask about our current specials!

Château des Allues in the Savoie has many special offers and packages for their guests including Gourmand, 1 night for 2 including breakfast and dinner and a special surprise gift for €246; Découverte, 1 night for 2 with breakfast included for €150; Détente, 2 nights for 2 with breakfast and dinner and a surprise gift for €396; and demi-pension for 2 persons for €285 per person in the spring and autumn (2 weekend days or 3 weekdays).  Contact us for all the details and with any questions you may have: inquiry@au-chateau.com and please put Allues Offers in the subject line of your email.

A visit to Château de Sommesnil in Normandy will be very special indeed if you are a golfer.  Five golf courses are in the area, and the château is now offering 7-day packages that can include games at all five plus two days of excursions to local villages, abbeys, châteaux and markets.  Customized tours to suit your interests can easily be arranged, so feel free to mix and match activities.  And, artists will find the Plein Air packages appealing.   Contact us and we'll make the arrangements for you!  Be sure to mention Château de Sommesnil along with your interests, whether it is golfing or painting or just visiting all the historic sites in Normandy.

Château de la Ballue in beautiful Brittany is offering a variety of classical music concerts at the château.  Contact us at info@au-chateau.com to make arrangements for your stay at the château and/or to make arrangements to attend the concerts and for detailed information about each one.  Contact us about upcoming concerts.

Château de Chambost , not far from Lyon in the Rhône region, offers French Immersion (conversational) and French Cooking classes with your charming hostess, Véronique de Lescure.  Simply contact us to request more information.

Château du Bois Noir  in the beautiful Limousin has some great package offers for you.  For example, their 6-day Gardens of the Périgord Noir stay starts at €870 for two.  Or inquire about their Culinary Hiking package, their special 3-day In Transit package or their 4-day Golf Package including greens fees for two, packed lunches and exquisited dinners at the château for three evenings.  Contact us today for availability and information at inquiry@au-château.com.

Domaine des Faures not only offers a beautiful Dordogne B&B opportunity for guests and can be rented by the week but they also host exclusive garden tours several times during the year.  Take advantage of these all-inclusive small group tours.  Detailed information on their pages on this web site.  Please be sure to inquire as to how you can participate.

Château de Vallery  is an amazing château in Burgundy offering elegant and luxurious weddings to bridal couples from around the world.  Words cannot describe the grand halls, stunning bedrooms and superb amenities offered by the owners to create the perfect marriage venue, business conferences or group events and celebrations. Contact us today.    

Château de la Vigne in the Cantal offers Cooking Classes or French Immersion classes (conversation) with the Countess and Hot Air Balloon rides from their beautiful park.  For more information and schedules, please contact us at inquiry@au-chateau.com  
*** When contacting us by the email address given, please specify
name of the château & the special offer  that interests you.  Merci! ***

Travel Tip

It is important to book early in order to get the rooms and dates you desire.
  Remember, the properties are not hotels but are private residences and, 
therefore, unlikely to accept visitors without confirmed reservations.
And, we suggest that you send off an email a week prior to your visit to reconfirm.
For a large gathering or weekly rental, it is not unheard of
to book a year or more ahead of time!

Our Newest Members ~

Villa Belle Couronne on the banks of the River Loire and near the historic city of Nantes is now on our site.  We are very happy to welcome this beautiful property offering bed & breakfast accommodations in two elegant, en suite guest rooms.  Views over the Loire, a refreshing swimming pool, and copious delicious breakfasts are just a few of the benefits of staying here.  Your hosts are experienced making their guests comfortable and right at home having had two château B&Bs prior to opening Villa Belle Couronne.  Make your reservations soon!

Château Forge du Roy in the popular Dordogne has joined us.  Don't pass up the opportunity to stay in this luxurious château built during the reign of King Louis XIV, the Sun King, by a Marquis as his hunting lodge.  You will enjoy the 184-acre estate including the swimming pool, lake for fishing, firepit and pergola for evenings under the stars, and so much more.  Make a reservation for your family and friends today!

Moulin de Fresquet in the bucolic Lot département is a cozy and welcoming bed and breakfast a short walk from the town of Gramat.  This converted grain mill has lovely suites and rooms with modern bathrooms, sitting areas and comfort galore.  Your truly charming and friendly host and hostess will make your time here unforgettable.  Book soon!

Travel Tip 

Err on the side of formality.  Even if the first names of the château owners
 are given on our web site, when contacting them for accommodations
 please be sure to address them as Monsieur or Madame and never by their first names. 
When sending an email, please begin with a greeting such as 'Bonjour, Monsieur...'
or 'Chère Madame...' and not 'We need a room for 2 nights...'
Courtesy and politeness go a long way.

Coming Soon ~

Several  new members are in the wings  . . . come back soon!

Don't hesitate to contact us now if you would like to book a stay at any of the our member properties.  We can provide details including room or rental rates and some photos.  We hope you will visit all our member châteaux to make your selection of places to stay for your next visit to France.   And, if you have questions about any of them, a click here will enable you to send us an email with your queries. 

Use our handy FAX form.  Print it, fill in the blanks and fax it to the châteaus that have fax machines!

Travel Tip

Check each property's pages on our web site
to find out if they are open all year or
have periods when they are closed to guests.

For a speedy response to your inquiry, it is best to
contact them for reservations during their open dates.

Château Guest Reviews & Offerings ~ 
Travelers:  Please send us your reviews for this page!

Château de Servigny in Historic Normandy . . .

Château de  Servigny is a spacious and comfortable residence that welcomes groups of friends and family to the Cotentin Peninsula of Normandy ~ rich in history, charming coastal villages, open-air markets, and easy access to Le Mont Saint-Michel and the landing beaches of World War II.  Enjoy the swimming pool, tennis courts and country location, only a few minutes to a bustling town with shops and restaurants.  Book your week or longer for the experience of a lifetime!

Guest Review:  Fourteen of us booked this lovey château for a September week in 2014. Most of our friends had never stayed in a château before, and they were really enthralled with the experience. Françoise, the amazing housekeeper, greeted us all upon our arrival and made everyone feel welcome. Her brief daily visits kept everything neat and tidy, and she arranged for a welcome dinner and one a few nights before departure, both of which were superb. Some in the group went bike riding, others took advantage of the swimming pool, we all went on day trips to various historic sites and fishing villages, and everyone had a great seven days at Servigny ~ a gem in beautiful Normandy. G&D O, California USA.

Guest Review:  We enjoyed our stay at Servigny very much.  The castle was even better than we had anticipated.  The service from the staff was excellent ~ we had several meals prepared by Gwenaelle which were very much appreciated.  We were very lucky with the weather ~ no rain at all.  I've posted several photos on Facebook, and all my friends have commented positively.  My sister is already thinking of going there with her group of friends.  Should you ever need references about the stay at the Château for future guests, please feel free to provide my name and email.  Thank you for helping to make this vacation a memorable one.   MN, USA - July 2016.

Château Allure du Lac in the Pays de la Loire . . .

Château Allure du Lac  is set on a grand estate with its own 22-acre lake (perfect for fishing) and a beautiful island.  Gardens, lawns, woodlands and a park offer a pastoral setting.  The swimming pool is perfect for a refreshing swim .  Fourteen en suite guest rooms are offered as well as two apartments in a separate building only three minutes walk from the château.  Don't miss the opportunity to experience all that Château Allure du Lac can provide.

Guest Review:   Our family group of 18 stayed at Château Allure du Lac for a week in July and had an absolutely fabulous time.  The château and all the rooms are stunning, stunningly furnished and very comfortable.  The grounds, with lake, pool, and terraces are extensive and perfectly maintained.  Great fun for bike riding (we rented bikes from town), walking, playing frisbee, swimming, fishing and barbecuing.

Susy, the owner, is a very gracious hostess and made every effort to look after us and make us feel comfortable.

We chose to have dinner in the château every night, and the food was absolutely extraordinary!  3 and 4 courses served on impeccably and elegantly set tables, whether in the very grand Silver Dining Room or ouside on the terrace.  This was a truly memorable vacation for all of us.  Stephanie, July 2017

A Beautiful Château Above the Dordogne River is for rent . . . and may be for sale !

Château de Rouffillac awaits the next group of vacationers looking for a pretty château in an excellent location in one of France's most desirable regions - the Dordogne.  The château sits high above the River Dordogne offering amazing views of the river and the verdant countryside beyond.  This château is currently for sale, so do book your stay soon in order not to miss an amazing opportunity! 

Guest Review:  By way of feedback, I can report that we had a wonderful time at Chateau Rouffillac, and we were well looked after by Isabelle. The chateau was very comfortable with everything we needed to make it a memorable holiday.  Thank you for all your assistance in organising such a great location! - KJ, South Africa, July 2012.

A Convenient Destination across the Channel from England . . .

Château de Moulin le Comte, is a fine château in the Pas-de-Calais region of northern France, convenient to the ferry ports of Calais and Dunkerque as well as the Eurostar from London to Lille.  Offering five spacious bedrooms, dinner by request, and a lovely parkland with the River Lys running through, this delightful B&B was completely renovated in 2012 and awaits your visit.  Don't pass this one by!

A Delightful Rental with Historic Ties to America . . .

The Pavillon at Château de Tocqueville, the Pavillon of  the ancestral home of the great political thinker, historian and author, Alexis de Tocqueville who wrote Democracy in America, is now open to guests.  Rent the beautiful 5-bedroom Pavillon at the château and enjoy country living in bucolic surroundings that makes Normandy a favorite destination.  The rooms are spacious and superbly decorated offering a lot of relaxing areas for guests to unwind, and the gardens surrounding the château are breathtaking.  Visit the Pavillon on our site today!   

Guest Review:  Thank you for the wonderful arrangement you made for us at Le Pavillon at Château de Tocqueville in Normandy.  The grounds were beautiful, the hostess was wonderful, and the history rich.  The Château was located in a perfect place with easy access to the historical sections of Normandy.  We only wish we could have spent more time there.  G.B., Georgia, USA  September 2014

Château de la Caillotière is waiting to welcome you to the Loire . . .

Château de la Caillotière is a weekly rental property in the Pays de la Loire region ~ convenient to the Loire Valley's vineyards, royal châteaux and wonderful market towns and historic sites.  A brand new kitchen, six en suite bedrooms and a music / games room make it a perfect vacation getway for friends and family.  Visit its au Château pages today!

Château de la Ballue in Beautiful Brittany . . .

This amazing château has been on our web site since November of 2000 - thirteen years - and we had the pleasure of staying there when it was in the hands of the previous owners.  Today, Château de la Ballue is the much-loved home of Madame Mathon, who not only appreciates the value and history of the château, but maintains the exquisite sculpture gardens, hosts regular musical events, and provides her guests with an unforgettable experience.  Following is a review of someone who was a guest there very recently:

Guest Review:  I wanted to write you a quick note to let you know that our time at Chateau de la Ballue was absolutely fantastic. From the warm welcome by Madame Mathon, to the beautiful and spacious Chambre Diane, the meticulous grounds and gardens, the wonderful "essentially private" dinner at  Au Chant de L’alouette in the quaint little hamlet of Bazouges-La-Perouse right up the street …. And capped off with a most French country breakfast the following morning. This chateau and what is has to offer is an A-plus-plus, no doubt. If we ever get back to the Normandy – Brittany area, we will be staying with Madame Mathon again. We recommend Château de la Ballue whole-heartedly and without reservation.  We can't wait to go back. - C. N., Florida, USA 2013

Don't Miss a Chance to Stay at Château Meyre near Bordeaux . . . 

Easy to find on Aquitaine's Médoc peninsula, Château Meyre - a wonderful wine-producing estate - offers sumptuous en suite guest rooms in either the château or the annex, and the opportunity to enjoy its vineyard views and wine tastings in the château.  A warm and welcoming staff is there to greet you and see to your every need.  We received these comments from a recent guest:

Guest Review:  We had a very special time at the château.  The staff could not have been more helpful and accommodating.  Their suggestions for dining and wine tours were excellent - delicious and instructive, each guide building on the previous guide's information.  Glad we took a trip to St Emilion at the staff's suggestion. - Mr and Mrs H., Maine, USA - September 2011

Experience the Southwest at Château Robert

Château Robert in the Landes of southwestern France is a full-service accommodation with new owners.  They offer more than beautifully decorated, elegant guest rooms, a tennis court and swimming pool; guests also have the opportunity to enjoy fine dining and can arrange for tours of prestigious wine producing estates.  Read what one member of a group who just spent several days at the château has to say:

Guest Review: I just want you to know that our stay at Chateau Robert was just fantastic!!!! The whole group was thrilled, and I must say that the chef was the real gem of the place. He served us food that you would only find in the world’s best restaurants – every day! We had our best meals at the chateau – and we would have thought that La Table du Lavoire would be the highlight food wise. It was good too, but Jose was the best!

And Minette was a fantastic guide and most wonderful person to accompany us to all the wineries. She put together a tour that made sure that the most impressive chateau, Chateau Smith Haute Lafitte, came last of the reds, and then Sauterne with Chateau Filhot as the final.
Chateau Smith was a real gem, and made a great impression on all of us! -
M.G., Norway - September 2011

Guest Review:   We had such an awesome experience at Chateau Robert! The service and food were top-notch and the setting was beautiful. What a wonderful way to spend time with family and friends.  It was so quiet and peaceful there in the French countryside.  We made day trips to some nearby villages which were quaint and full of history. We also did a day trip over to Biarritz and San Sebastián- two cities that we highly recommend visiting.

The owners were lovely hosts and were very helpful with planning and recommending activities. Chef Steve prepared the most delicious 3-course meals for us and it was all authentic French food (except the one lunch when he treated our children to hamburgers).  Everyone in our large group of 17 had a wonderful time.  I hope to return there someday because one visit is not enough!  I am completely spoiled now.   - R.W., California - July 2014

In the beautiful Lorraine countryside. . .

is the stunning Château d'Hattonchâtel ~ not simply a country château but a very unique and magical property.  It is one of the more popular destinations listed on our web site. With its primary architecture originating in the 9th century and rebuilt in the 16th century, the château offers grand rooms with Gothic arches and windows, comfortable and beautifully-appointed guest rooms, and a setting that is ideal for a delightful B&B experience or a grand wedding.  In March of 2011, a young couple and their family spent two nights at the château and wrote to let us know how much they enjoyed their stay.

Guest Review:  Thank you for an unforgettable experience at your château!  While our family has traveled to many others, Château d'Hattonchâtel was indeed the best experience thus far.  Not only were the accommodations luxurious and the architecture and decor impressive, but the hospitality made us feel warm and welcome.  Also, the private dinner was perhaps one of the most romantic and savory evenings that my husband and I enjoyed.  Fabien's outstanding service and descriptions, coupled with the incredible dining hall, made the evening spectacular.  We truly enjoyed our time spent and hope to come back again.  - Mr and Mrs B.D., Belgium - March 2011

Guest Review:  Château d'Hattonchâtel was more than we could've expected, and we enjoyed every second we were there.  The room was wonderful and the view of the valley was stunning.  We had a 6-course dinner on Friday night in front of a roaring fire, and on Saturday night we ate in the village at the restaurant that was suggested which was  excellent.  B.B., USA - September 2014. 

A Rhône château not far from Lyon. . .

Château de Chambost is a lovely château within an hour's drive of Lyon, France's gastronomic capital.  Madame Véronique de Lescure is charming and wants to welcome you to her home.  She offers conversational French lessons and cooking classes.  Recently, an American lady spent several days there taking advantage of both French immersion and a cooking class.  Madame enjoyed having her as a guest very much, and we received this response from the young lady -

Guest Review:  Please tell her I said "hello".  I absolutely adore her whole family.  I can never thank her enough for her gracious hospitality.  I am hoping to return to the Château sometime.  -  R.U., Oregon, USA

Burgundy's Yonne département beckons . . .

Château de la Resle is the destination for artists.  In addition to being a warm and inviting chambres d'hôtes offering two suites and two guest rooms as bed and breakfast accommodations in Burgundy's beautiful Yonne département, and convenient to the lovely city of Auxerre, a new restaurant has opened on the estate. The château's owners offer their guests an historic château experience while highlighting their appreciation of contemporary art and design.  You will feel welcome from the moment you arrive.  Enjoy the beautiful estate surrounded by interesting villages with fine restaurants.  This is a truly unique property in one of France's most delightful regions.

Guest Review:  Art is the passion of the owners of this château, and it is tastefully placed to have the best impact on visitors.  We had a nice room with a huge bathroom and shower, views in two directions over the estate and lovely breakfasts each morning.  Not far away we discovered an excellent restaurant for dinner and spent our days exploring the countryside and interesting villages.  Great location!  Don't miss it!  - Mr and Mrs G.H., California, USA

Lovely Country Manoir near Carcassonne and the Canal du Midi . . .

Domaine des Castelles, a few kilometers from both the walled city of Carcassonne and the delightful Canal du Midi, is a  vine-covered house that is just perfect for a  visit to the département of the Aude in the Languedoc-Roussillon of southern France. Recently, we received this comment from a guest:

Guest Review:   We really enjoyed our trip, and staying with Isabelle was wonderful.  It rained one day, so she took us on a tour of the cellar with all the old remaining winemaking casks, etc. -  L. N., California, USA

A Fine Château to Rent in Bordeaux Wine Country 

The exquisite Château la Roque de Bas is in the Pomerol/Saint-Emilion wine country of Bordeaux and available to rent by the week.  With five luxurious suites, a salt water swimming pool and hard surface tennis court, your family and friends will find this a perfect destination.  Read some guest reviews:

Guest Review:   "It was a wonderful way to spend our ruby wedding anniversary at Château La Roque de Bas surrounded by our family We have enjoyed all the local sights, have drunk copious amounts of wine, eaten loads of French breads and cheese. We have sunbathed around the pool and enjoyed the ambiance of the chateau.

Thank you, Jane, for waiting for us when we got lost coming from the airport. A massive thank you to Christophe for making our anniversary dinner so delicious and Florence - we want to take you home! Thank you all ... now back to the lashing rain of England!" Mr & Mrs B., UK - June 2012

Guest Review:   "Thank you for a wonderful week from the Norwegians. The chateau, the area and the weather were perfect." Mr & Mrs T, Norway-  July 2012

Guest Review:   "Great home, wonderful location, brilliant week ... thank you."   B., UK - August 2012
This fine château near Bordeaux is rented by the week, and guests can enjoy the lovely grounds, the sparkling swimming pool, tennis courts, and can arrange for cooking lessons with a chef trained by Paul Bocuse or spa treatments with a qualified masseuse.  Here are some recent guest comments about their stay at the château: 

Guest Review:  "The château is very pretty and the pool is fantastic.  I really enjoyed playing on the tennis court even though I am not very good at it.  The weather has been great which made the holiday even better.  The bedrooms and living rooms were very comfortable.  Thank you very much for letting us stay in your beautiful château." - Bethany B. (age 9), Scotland - July 2011

Guest Review:  "Bordeaux is indeed beautiful.  Château la Roque de Bas was a beautiful and relaxing experience, and we all enjoyed it thoroughly.  You have a lovely home in a fantastic location.  Having not been in France for years, the trip rekindled my interest - this may have been the first of many future visits!"  - Jonathan R., Scotland - July 2011

Guest Review:  "Thanks for a lovely week in your Château.  We really did have a wonderful week and were sad to leave.  The house is so well equipped that we really did not miss anything from home.  The kids loved jumping in and our of the pool and relaxing around the garden.  Christophe is a brilliant find; he cooked us all two lovely meals.  If we could have booked him for the full week, we would have done so.  Maybe next time!" - Neil R., UK - July 2011

Guest Review:  "We had a most wonderful stay ... unseasonal weather did not dampen our spirits, and we made the most of your recommendations.  Pace of life illustrated by the Huit a 8 supermarket which shuts for lunch ...well done on such a stylish home." - Yeatts Family, UK - July 2011

Guest Review:  "What a wonderful home!  We enjoyed it very much.  The surroundings are great to take bicycle tours, the pool is fantastic, the tennis court is very good, and the accommodations are excellent.  Thank you for recommending Christophe and his wife.  Both were very warm and efficient.  We had a very good vacation, and thank you for all your attention." Guiterrez Family, Mexico - August 2011

Guest Review:  "Just a thank you for providing us with such a lovely base for our holiday.  Your facilities were excellent...we couldn't have asked for better.  A really enjoyable stay ..."  S Griffin and family, UK - September 2011.

Guest Review:  "Your home is absolutely beautiful, and the setting just idyllic.  We very much appreciated your attention to detail.  I hope the orchids survived as we did not realize they were real until the blooms started dropping off!  We could have easily spent more time in the area as there is so much to do and see.  We did manage to visit both St Emilion and Bordeaux.  Thank you again for such a wonderful week." the Brannan and Morgan families, Canada - August 2011

Guest Review:   "The Mildenhall reunion went very well; much laughter and reminiscing from parents and sons.  Great venue - could not have been better!  Despite some wet days, a few managed a tan by the end of two weeks."  The Mildenhalls (Australia) June 2013.

Guest Review:  "It was such a great pleasure to stay in such a wonderful home.  When we return as a group, we will definitely stay there again.  We are all creatures of habit and having found such a comfortable spot, I can see no other option we would consider.  I was very happy with our choice to stay with you."  Mr and Mrs Rusciano (USA)  May 2013.

History and Country Comfort in the Dordogne

Château de la Poujade, once surrounded by rich vineyards, is one of the largest chartreuses in the Dordogne.  It is an Historical Monument high on the slopes of the Black Périgord, only twenty minutes from Sarlat and a half hour from Bergerac and Périgueux.  We hope you visit its pages soon to see the photos and read all about this fine holiday destination.  The owners, Count and Countess de Commarque, inlcude a free visit to the Medieval fortress of Commarque, the historic birthplace of his family.   The dramatic keep was erected in 1380, and nearby the ruins of a fortified village, knight's tower, chapel and houses built into the rock were discovered by archaeologists ~they had been covered in vegetation for over 350 years!  Visitors today can walk on the grounds in the valley to reach the keep (donjon) from April to November 1st.

Another Commarque Family Château

Château de la Bourgonie, near Sarlat and Bergerac in the popular Dordogne of southwest France, is another inviting destination.  This medieval château dating back to the 14th century (and a Listed Historic Monument), was enlarged in the 17th century.  It is beautifully decorated, oozing with medieval charm and offers breathtaking views over the Dordogne valley.  The château can accommodate 11 adults and children and one toddler under the age of two in the guest wing, and is rented only by the week.  As with Château de la Poujade, those who stay at La Bourgonie will receive a free tour of the Medieval fortress of Commarque.

A Dramatic Medieval Castel in Languedoc

Château d'Agel, nestled at the foot of Black Mountain in Languedoc, has joined our family of prestigious lodgings in France.  This amazing fortified castle from the 12th century is a superb example of medieval architecture -  completely updated for the absolute comfort of guests in the 21st century.  Rent it by the week for a gathering of family or friends, and enjoy this authentic experience in Minervois wine country.  Visit it on our site today to see the beautiful guest rooms, fantastic gardens and surrounding vineyards.  Agel is the perfect wedding venue, and your guests can visit nearby Carcassonne and the Canal du Midi.

La Fayette's Loire Valley Château

Château de Reignac is a beautiful, recently restored Loire Valley property at the edge of a magical little village, a short walk from a babbling brook and the River Indre.  With a history of famous residents and owners, including Général Marquis de La Fayette, friend of George Washington and hero of the American Revolution, the château offers modern amenities (including an elevator) along with its amazing history.  The largest private chapel in the Loire region can be found at Château Reignac ~ the setting for Masses as well as wedding ceremonies. The magnificent guest rooms furnished with great taste and style and are awaiting their next occupants.  The beautiful en suite bathrooms are icing on the cake! This lovely château, located only a few minutes southeast of Tours in the village of Reignac-sur-Indre, is the perfect base for exploring the great châteaux of the Loire, sampling the fine wines of the region and experiencing château life at its best.

Guest Review: We were thrilled to be at Château de Reignac from the moment we arrived.  Lovely appetziers and apéritifs preceded dinner, and we had the opportunity to sit and chat with other guests. Dinner was incredible and served promptly and with great attention to detail.  Our room was very special with windows facing two directions: the village and the park in front of the château.  Erick, the owner, is very pleasant and welcoming.  He's always around to answer questions and to tell us about the château.  Most impressive was the chapel with its sculpture of Louis de Barberin, Knight, Count of Reignac. The château was later owned by his great-great grandson General Marquis de Lafayette.  We just loved everything about it and will return again at our first opportunity!. Mr & Mrs KS, California USA

Guest Review:  Château Reignac was wonderful.  We loved it, and had a wonderful dinner and exceptional breakfasts.  I would whole heartedly recommend it.   Thanks for all your help.  I told them what a great help you were. RP, USA, June 2016.

A Family's Historic Home Welcomes Guests in the Centre . . .

Chateau de Rère, a treasured family residence for over 20 generations, is also a stately and charming bed and breakfast in the lovely Loir et Cher département.  History and modern amenities combine to provide guests with a wonderful château experience, and your hosts are friendly and helpful.  The location in the Sologne forest is an added bonus.  Don't miss the opportunity to stay there!

Guest Review:  We couldn't have enjoyed our stay more ...especially the tour of the château on our last day to understand more about the family history and the beautiful portraits adorning the walls.  The region is bucolic and pleasant, and we found several fine restaurants for lunch and dinner just a short drive from the château.  Albéric d'Orléans and his wife are perfect hosts.  We'll return again!  -

Explore the Troglodyte Caves ~ then Sleep in Luxury  . . .

Chateau de Jalnay, just south of the Loire and the Abbaye de Fontevraud, is a splendid, classic French château built over three centuries and today a sophisticated and luxurious chambres d'hôtes.  Each guest room is thoughtfully decorated with all the comforts one could want, and the en suite bathrooms are sparkling and spacious with all the modern conveniences.  The common rooms are elegant, and your friendly host and hostess offer fine breakfasts and dinners by advance reservation to make your stay memorable for years to come. Don't forget to visit their very own troglodyte cave dwellings!  Amazing!

An Exciting Discovery  . . .

Les Vieux Murs  is one of those hidden gems - a secret treasure one wants to keep all to him or herself.  We discovered it this year nestled away behind the fine historic village of Souvigny in the Allier département of the northernmost Auvergne.  Minutes from the city of Moulins, this fine country manor on over five acres of rolling lawns and rich with specimen trees, is now a member of our site.  Lovely guest rooms, modern en suite bathrooms, and a breakfast each morning that is more than special.  Your warm and friendly host and hostess, Michel and Laurence Louyot, make you feel as though you are staying with old friends.  Les Vieux Murs is a delight that should not be missed!

Guest Review:  We have been guests here twice and will, no doubt, return again and again.  Laurence and Michel are the perfect hostess and host, breakfast is superb each morning, the location and estate are perfect, and our room with a modern en suite is cozy and comfortable,.  We can't recommend this B&B in historic Bourbon country strongly enough.  G&D - USA

Indescribable Luxury in a Charming Normandy Château . . .

Château de Bénéauville is a unique and charming château in Normandy - an historic monument with exquisite interiors, comfortable en suite guest rooms, a pond for fishing, a sauna and a lovely large swimming pool for the ultimate enjoyment.  Offering bed and breakfast accommodations from May through September each year, its location near the historic city of Caen and the D-Day landing beaches makes it the right choice for your stay in France. 

A Treasure in Normandy . . .

Château de Saint-Maclou-la-Campagne is an elegant château in Normandy offering guests four luxurious en suite B&B guest rooms in a lovely country setting convenient to Honfleur, Le Havre and Pont l’Évêque.  It is also available for renting in the summer months with a fifth bedroom accommodating ten people.  Lovely salons, an elegant dining room and magnificent grounds make this château the perfect destination.  It is convenient to Honfleur with its beautiful harbor and the resorts of Deauville and Trouville on the coast. 

Savoie Getaway for Gourmands!

Château des Allues, a cozy and delightful château at the edge of the Alpes in the spectacular Savoie region of eastern France is one château you don't want to miss.   It begs to be visited, whether for ski vacations in the winter or trekking holidays any other time of year.  For those who are simply intrested in clean air, beautiful countryside, visiting historic towns, and sublime cuisine, it is perfect for you as well.  Proprietor Stéphane Vandeville loves to cook, and if you reserve a spot at the table for dinner, you will have an outstanding and memorable meal!

Guest Review:  What a wonderful place!  The château is just outside of a charming little village, complete with Swiss-style chalet homes, and we enjoyed our walk into town several times during our stay.  Especially enjoyable was the little 'waterfall' rushing down from the mountains not far from the château's entrance gates.  Dinner was delicious and beautifully presented, and we not only enjoyed the local wines served but the company of other guests at the table.  Our room was grand and the views spectacular...especially sunrise over the alps.  We'll go back and would recommend it to anyone. D & MT, California USA

Guest Review:I had high expectations of Allues, and Stéphane did not disappoint!  The location was stunning.  The food, and we had dinner there all three nights, was off the charts.  My wife, who’s a real foodie, loved it.  And we especially like the atmosphere he creates with other interesting guests, as we all dine together.  Went to the top of the “Col” directly above St. Pierre d’Albigny on the way over to the Bauges region.    CT, California USA July 2015  

Atlantic Coast Beaches not far away  . . .

Le Clos de la Garenne is a lovely place for a getaway in western France where you will be warmly welcome by Monsieur and Madame François.  Just a few minutes from the historic port of La Rochelle, la Garenne offers spacious bedrooms, a suite or an apartment as bed and breakfast accommodations, or you can spend a week in the self-catering studio, Tournesol. The charming village of Puyravault is a convenient location for a home base to take day trips to the Ile de Ré, Ile d'Oléron, La Rochelle, Rochefort and the wonderful coastline of Atlantic France.  Do visit le Clos de la Garenne on our site today, and include it in your next visit to France. 

Guest Review:  We had two lovely nights at this charming B&B ~  our hosts were friendly and helpful, and breakfast each morning was super!  Our room was large and the en suite bathroom modern. The family has two nice dogs and two amazing donkeys that are well cared for.  The location made it easy for us to visit La Rochelle, Rochefort, and several small towns and villages with lots of history.  We recommend it as a great place to stay when traveling along the western coast of France.  T & K, USA 2011

Stay amid the Groves and Vineyards of Provence 

Château Juvenal is warm and enchanting with its Provençal location and surrounded by its own vineyards and olive groves.  Sparkling in the sunlight of southern France, Château Juvenal offers fine guest accommodations, dinners of regional cuisine including wine, and a refreshing swimming pool.  Explore the villages and vineyards of Provence, spend hours wandering through the Carpentras market, or just enjoy quiet and relaxation at the château.  Please visit them on our pages today! 

Read an excerpt from someone who discovered Château Juvenal's wonderful wine in July of 2006:

Guest Review:  Yesterday we visited a small town...close to where we live in Edinburgh, called Peebles and ate at a small bistro. Their Wine Merchant had supplied them with Château Juvenal 2004. IT WAS EXCELLENT and quite made our luncheon party. We had some good wines in the Luberon last summer during an extended visit there but nothing as good as yours.

Guest Review:  We couldn't have enjoyed our stay at Château Juvenal more!  From our lovely room with a spectacular shower and a balcony overlooking the front entrance to the delicious breakfasts and dinner we enjoyed at Anne-Marie's table, it will be long remembered as one of our favorite Provençal experiences.  Meeting the other guests, sampling the château's own wine, and taking home a small can of Juvenal's exquisite olive oil...what a great experience! - O & S, USA

Travel Tip

Try to spend a minimum of 3 nights at any château found on our web site.
That gives you ample time to acclimate yourself to the château and its grounds 
so you can enjoy it completely, and it will give you the opportunity to
explore all that the immediate area has to offer at a leisurely pace.

Rent the 5-bedroom apartment in this historic château ~ and now enjoy a Magnificent Spa and Fine Restaurants!

Château de Garrevaquesin the beautiful Tarn region of southwestern France, welcomes families and groups of friends to its five-bedroom château apartment.

In December of 2004, 15 beautiful air conditioned guest rooms with canopy beds and ensuite bathrooms were created on the property along with a restaurant and a complete spa!  Now visitors can enjoy the charm of a château, the health benefits of a spa, fine cuisine, and the attractions of the Tarn region all at one place:  Château de Garrevaques!

If you know of anyone planning a wedding in France, Marie-Christine Combes, your hostess at Garrevaques, is there to help.  With the large Orangerie (over 3600 square feet) now occupying their beautiful ancient barn, the Combes can offer ideal facilities for a wedding, dances, reunions, large parties and seminars.   

Please visit Château de Garrevaques on our web site to learn more about the château, the spa, the restaurant and all the relaxing and interesting pastimes to be found there -- before you plan your next visit to France! 

Guest Review:   "What do little girls dream of? ... sleeping in a pink turretted château in the middle of the French countryside ~ and that's exactly what I did.  It was wonderful. The Château de Garravaques has been in the family for generations, and now Marie-Christine and her husband, Claude, welcome you warmly to their home in the village of Garravaques. Nothing is too much trouble, and it is the ideal place for a rest and total relaxation or even recuperation. The surrounding woods (great for picnics) and countryside are silent, ensuring an excellent sleep in the antique beds (modern matresses), and the fabulous swimming pool is a wonderful way of enjoying the sun and a little gentle excercise!  The chef produces a superb selection of French cuisine, and for total pampering the spa provides everything from massage to a multiplicity of wraps ~ absolute bliss.  It is not surprising that the carefully-preserved historic rooms provide an excellent backdrop for a wedding or special ocassion. Satisfaction guaranteed. I loved it." Fay Hart, Paris

Travel Tip

Nothing ruins a trip (or taints its memory) more than trying to
cram too many sights and too much activity into too little time.
France is a country that has to be visited over and over again, so,
with that in mind, plan you trip to see one or two specific regions, and
plan your driving in any given day to not cover more than 200-250 kilometers
which is about 130-162 miles.  Any more driving than that will either mean you
never stopped to take in a village or attraction and/or you did nothing
more than sit in a car in the beautiful French countryside!

Château de Vollore and its American Connection

The General Marquis de Lafayette played a pivotal role in the United States War of Independence, so it is with great interest that we visited Château de Vollore in France's Auvergne, owned by a direct descendant of the General, Madame Aubert de La Fayette and her charming husband.  Our stay was luxurious and restful.  The scenery outstanding. Local cuisine perfect.  And, most of all, our host and hostess were two of the most welcoming people you will ever meet in France.  Touring the rooms of the château and viewing keepsakes of the General with Monsieur Aubert de La Fayette was an enlightening and educational experience we will always remember.   We recently received the following letter from another recent guest, one with a very special interest in General Lafayette:

Guest Review: "Dear friends, I enjoyed reading au Château News. I stayed at chateau Vollore last summer (2002) and agree with your assessment of the Aubert La Fayettes and the fine accommodations. I will never forget them.  Since I am writing a biography of General Lafayette, I drove south to the château musée Chavaniac, where there is a fascinating sound and light show. I also visited Le Puy en Velay and saw the ruined château Polignac. I am a retired art and architecture critic and live with my wife in sunny Naples, Florida. Bonne chance! Sincerely, D. M., Florida, USA "

Guest Review:  "M. Aubert La Fayette is one of the most gracious hosts we had.  The castle is very special...although we had a hard time finding it as there are lots of turns along the way...and not [many] signs."   Mr & Mrs T, Philadelphia

Relaxing & Affordable Two-night Getaway

If you are interested in a short break in northeastern France, Château des Monthairons is a great place to stay, wonderful meals and more! 

Guest Review:    "Last June (2002), my mother and I rented a car in Paris and went on a plan-it-as-you-go trip through Europe.  We stumbled upon [Château des] Monthairons and stayed one night.  We felt very fortunate to have found such a beautiful and elegant retreat away from the hectic world.  We enjoyed the history and architecture of the Château, as well as the sprawling grounds and countryside.  We...walked up and down the banks of the [River] Meuse and thought Monthairons was a special place.  Breakfast was superb and the Château staff could not have been better. The people there were really nice to my mother and me.  We have a framed poster of the Château in our front hallway because we liked our stay so much.  If we were ever to [stay at] a château for a week, the Château des Monthairons would be it."  B.M., Maine USA  

Guest Review: "Our stay at Château des Monthairons was absolutely wonderful, and we hated to leave!  Our accommodations were perfect, and we thoroughly enjoyed the beautiful grounds.  We dined there twice, and each night the food was outstanding!  And, of course, the staff made us feel right at home.  Again, many thanks for all your help.  I couldn't have asked for a more perfect birthday celebration!"  J.C., USA - June 2014

Travel Tip

Be a good guest.  In a survey of proprietors (of various nationalities), we
were told that the most thoughtful guests are the French guests.  It is said
that they leave their bedrooms and bathrooms very orderly ~ although no guests
are expected to clean their rooms!  Just remember to treat your 
surroundings as though you are in a friend's home.

Rave Reviews of Château de Boucéel

Chateau de Boucéel   in Normandy's Manche département has long been a favorite of visitors to our web site.  It is a charming residence with an interesting history and guests are always made to feel like old friends.  A very short time ago one such guest returned home,  and she was kind enough to share her experiences at and observations of the château with us.

Guest Review: "Finding au-chateau.com was a dream come true!  I felt like a kid in a candy store looking at all the beautiful chateaux.  After several communications with three chateaux,  we decided to book a reservation at the Chateau de Boucéel.  They were best able to accommodate us,  and the price was excellent.  I traveled to France with my daughter and her Aunt,  and the duration of our stay at the chateau was April 27 thru April 30, 2003.

"Chateau de Boucéel is breathtaking to say the least. The chateau is warm and inviting yet is very regal and elegant.  We felt so welcomed.  Beautiful moldings and paintings adorn all the walls throughout the chateau. The parquet floors,  large windows and wall paneling and moldings are very reminiscent of Versailles.  The current chateau was created in the mid-1750s out of the stone from the castle that use to be a few hundred yards away which had been the post during the Hundred Years War to notify Mont Saint Michel of any armies coming.

"Comte Regis is nothing less than the most charming and gracious host.  This was so much more than going to a bed and breakfast.  This was the chance of a lifetime to visit with a family that has owned this property for hundreds and hundreds of years.  He has so much knowledge that he loves to share regarding the history of the land and his family. Truly remarkable!  It has been an honor to meet him.

"The three of us stayed in Nelly's bedroom (Nelly was his aunt,  and this was her room).  It was exquisite with its marble mantel and many family portraits that go back  several generations.  Family history is placed around the room,  such as Nelly's birth announcement tucked in the mantle mirror.  The large windows open to the pond and cow pasture.  The small room off the adjoining bathroom was the Comte's room as a small boy.  The bathroom was large and very clean.   The beds were very comfortable and the sheets are of rich cotton/linen.  We felt like royalty when we slipped between the sheets for a wonderful night's sleep.

"Breakfast was delicious with a bounty of wonderful bakery, jams, coffee, cocoa and fresh orange juice served elegantly in the dining room.  It is an experience I will always treasure.  We all would love to come back and stay again some day since three days were not enough time to see everything we wanted to see."  A.K., Wisconsin, USA

Guest Review: "Château de Boucéel and the Count were delightful...a charming host.  It was hard to believe we were sleeping in a room occupied twenty years before the Revolutionary War!  I cannot even imagine staying in anything but a chateau from this point foreward."  WEE, California, USA

Travel Tip

Most of our properties, if not all, employ local ladies as chamber maids.
It is most thoughtful to leave them a tip at the end of your stay 
calculated on the number of nights and the number of guests in the room.

The Warmth of Château de la Roque  ~ now under new ownership

seasoned traveler recently wrote of his auto trip to enjoy some of the highlights of Normandy.  Having never stayed in château bed and breakfasts before, he found himself pleasantly surprised when he arrived at Château de la Roque:

Guest Review: "The Château de La Roque lies a few miles west of St-Lô, not far from the Normandy Beaches and the famous Bayeux tapestry. You approach down a narrow, tree-lined lane, pass through an iron gate and find an immense lawn separating the château from the old, now-converted, stables which house the main dining room, kitchen and additional sleeping units. 

"We had been assured by those at au Château that we would like any château we might choose from their web site, regardless of price.  We were not disappointed."  D. D., Santa Maria, California, USA

Travel Tip

 Two things a dinner guest in a French château (or French home) mustn't do:
(1) If dining with your hosts, don't refill your own wine glass. 
Wait for your host or hostess to do that for you.
(2) Don't follow the hostess into her kitchen or try to help her clear the table.
 Just be a good guest and enjoy the meal!

Flowers for all seasons

Château de la Foltière has tours for all seasons at the le Parc Floral de Haute-Bretagne -- those beautiful gardens you see on their web pages.  Throughout the year there are scheduled expositions and plant sales (for those of you who live near enough to Brittany to take a plant home!) and the gardens are always in bloom with color.  And guests of Château de la Foltière will be made most comfortable by the kind and charming Monsieur Jouno, who transformed this corner of Brittany into an enchanted floral oasis.  His dedication and devotion to his gardens is abundantly clear to everyone who visits the gardens or is a guest of the château.  Contact M. Jouno for events during the year or visit his own web site  -- a link can be found on our site at Château de la Foltière.

Guest Review:  In 2001, a contest was held by the newsletter, FRANCE On Your Own, and the winner received a two-night stay for two at a château selected from this web site.  The winner, J.M. of California, selected Château de la Foltière  in Brittany  -- she and her husband spent four days there in the Spring following a three-week visit to the south of France.  "Our host, M. Jouno, welcomed us graciously . . . you could see his pride in the château and his passion for the gardens he'd designed.   The château . . . has three floors.  Its restoration has been done with meticulous care . . .   Our room, the 'Renoir', was spacious and lovely with warm colors . . . and Louis XVI-styled furniture.  Our days began with breakfast in the tea salon, complete with table linens and vases of fresh flowers.  The breakfast was excellent . . .   We were struck by the thought and imagination that had gone into the creation of the themed gardens .  No matter what you choose to do during the day . . . it's a delight to wander through the gardens at days' end." - J.M., California USA

Rent this Magnificent Normandy Château . . . enjoy the disco!

Château de Canisy is history, charm and absolute luxury all rolled into one.  Bathrooms so elegant, you will want to spend the day soaking in an elegant tub; bedrooms designed for total comfort and serenity; an estate with its own lake and expansive lawns with woodlands...so much to enjoy in beautiful Normandy.  Here are some of the guest reviews:

Guest Review:  I have been meaning to email you and thank you for your role in steering us to Chateau de Canisy.  It was everything we had hoped for and more.  The Chateau itself is stunning, the grounds are lovely, and the staff was just wonderful.  Sandrine and Jennifer couldn't have been more helpful and accommodating.  We ended up taking all 4 dinners there, and the chef does an outstanding job.  We were fortunate to be there on a weekend when the Count drove up from Paris, so meeting him and having him join us for drinks and dinner one night was just icing on the cake.  I would (and already have) highly recommend it to friends.  Jennifer asked that we give them a good review on Trip Advisor, which I will do as soon as I have a moment.  - V.D., Georgia, USA   2013

Guest Review: It wasn't long ago that we heard from four Americans who had been guests at Château de Canisy in Normandy.  Here is just some of the praise they heaped upon the property and its owner:  "Our real treat, however, was the Château de Canisy.  You were correct -- it did take our breath away.  We four were the only guests, and they treated us to the complete experience. . . cocktails, time to explore, dinner complete with fireplace going. . . Their English is excellent, as well as everything else, including the wine served with dinner. . .What a treat it was.  We would like to go back."

Remember that this large château can be rented to accommodate wedding guests, all the family and friends for a celebratory event, or makes the ideal location for a garden wedding.  Past guests have had assistance arranging catering, wedding dinners, hot-air balloon rides and garden cocktail parties, so anything is possible.  Contact us at info@au-chateau.com with your ideas or questions for renting Château de Canisy. 

And another Review: "We were overwhelmed by the hospitality extended to us during our too-brief stay at Château de Canisy.  A fire glowing in every room, cocktails and hors d'oeuvres served in grand style, and our beautiful room!  It was just wonderful.  We will recommend more than one night at Château de Canisy to anyone who will listen!!"

Guest Review:   "We had a simply splendid time ...  We were beautifully looked after and the food at the Château was delicious.  We stayed up late three nights in a row, going to bed at dawn on the Saturday night!  Everything was perfect and everyone had such a fabulous time.  The tour of the beaches and our coach trip was very poignant and the fish restaurant for lunch excellent.    Sandrine was enormously helpful always, and nothing was ever too difficult to arrange." N.D., UK 2011 

Travel Tip 

If dinners are offered au château, do take advantage of this opportunity on 
at least one evening,  if not more.  You will find this is a unique experience
to either dine at the château in elegant surroundings by yourself, or with
other guests or, in some instances, with your host and hostess. 
It will be an occasion that you will remember for years to come!

Provence and Château Talaud await you!

Château Talaud, with exquisite guest rooms, suites and apartments,  and situated among its own vineyards, is the ideal location for visits to the Vaucluse of Provence.  Recently, we received the following review from someone who discovered it on this web site:

Guest Review:  "The château, rooms and grounds are gorgeous...but by the time we arrived, my husband was very sick. Madame was very gracious about helping me take care of him, as was her husband, who offered to take him to a doctor."   J.T., Philadelphia

Guest Review:  "I just wanted to let you know that we had a lovely stay at Chateau Talaud in October and wanted to thank you for your recommendations and assistance with the reservation- a beautiful spot, great food and lovely hosts. Provence, the Dordogne and Paris were all wonderful, and we are looking forward to a return." D.T., Roanoke, Virginia 2012

Travel Tip 

Be sure to pack lightly...not only for those stairs and
escalators you may find in the Paris Métro, but because some
of the most entrancing châteaux have grand stairways 
to the first or second floor where your room may be. 
Make it easy on yourself with trouble-free baggage.

Use our handy FAX form.  Print it, fill in the blanks and fax it to the châteaus that have fax machines!

au Château News ARCHIVES

au Château News - May / June 2001
 Highlights: Le Mont Saint-Michel, Château de la Ballue, 
Recipe:  Ratatouille à la Provençale

 au Château News - July / August 2001
 Highlights: Seasons in France, Château de Garrevaques,
Carcassonne, Lascaux II, Art Nouveau Nancy
Recipe:  Monastery Quick Vichyssoise

au Château News Special Edition - September 2001
Château de Crazannes

au Château News - September / October 2001
 Highlights: Grand Châteaux of the Loire, Château de Boucéel
Recipe: Quick Clafouti

au Château News - November / December 2001
 Highlights: Verdun, Château des Monthairons, A Visit to Saint-Malo
Recipe:  Chocolate Mint Truffles

au Château News - January  / February 2002
 Highlights: The Euro, The Vendée, Le Petit Manoir des Bruyères
Recipe: Coquilles St-Jacques Provençale

au Château News Special Edition - February 2002
Château du Fraisse

au Château News - March / April 2002
 Highlights:  Most Beautiful Villages of France, 
Paris Through the Ages Strolls
Recipe: Sea Bass Languedoc Style

au Château News -  May / June 2002
 Highlights: Paris' Père Lachaise Cemetery, Rouen, 
Château de Talhouët
Recipe: Sauce Béarnaise

au Château News -  July / August 2002
 Highlights: Fourth of July and Bastille Day, Château de Vollore,
May in France with au Château visiting Crazannes, 
Talhouët, Ballue, Foltière and Canisy
Recipe: Brandade de Morue

au Château News Special Edition - August 2002
Château de Chorey

au Château News -  September / October  2002
 Highlights: Parisian Night, Nantes & Château du Breuil, Collonges la Rouge,
Châteaux Vaulogé and Chorey, Personal Guide in Paris: Arthur Gillette
Recipe: Foolproof Soufflé au Fromage

au Château News Special Edition - September 2002
Château de Vaulogé & Château de Saint-Loup

au Château News -  November / December  2002
 Highlights: Châteaus Open All Year?, Paris Museum Guides, 
The Aude: the Domaine des Castelles, Bordeaux of Ch. Léoville Barton
Recipe: Soup à l'Oignon

au Château News Special Edition - December 2002
Château de La Barre
Also:   Renting a Farm on the estate of Château de Garrevaques

au Château News -  January / February  2003
 Highlights: Airport Security, Romantic Paris, Château Talaud in Provence, 
Rochefort-en-Terre, Bordeaux Sauternes.
Recipe: Truite aux Amandes

au Château News Special Edition - February  2003
  Château de la Roque, Manoir de Bellauney

au Château News Special Edition - February / March 2003
Château d'Alogny and Château Rhodes
 Also: Paris Map Scarves, Attic Door Theatre Summer Workshops

au Château News -  March / April  2003
 Highlights: A Château of Your Own, Bernard Loiseau, Normandy's Château de Canisy, 
La Roche Bernard, Rent a Gîte, FRANCE On Your Own
Recipe: Poireaux Confits au Miel Côte d'Azur

au Château News Special Edition - May 2003
Château Les Hauts & Le Prieuré du Château de Biron

au Château News -  May / June  2003
 Highlights:  Making Reservations,  Lavender Festival in Provence,
Summer Jazz in the Var,  Current Discounts & Special Offers, 
Walking in Montmartre 
Recipe:  Mayonnaise

au Château News Special Edition - June 2003
 Château de Rouffillac

au Château News Special Offers and Discounts Edition - July 2003
Highlights: Read about current Specials and Discounts at
Le Prieuré de Biron, Château des Monthairons,  Château de Vaulogé, 
Château de Canisy, and Château de l'Isle-Marie.

au Château News Special Edition - July 2003
Château de l'Isle-Marie

au Château News -  July / August  2003
 Highlights: The Strong Euro &  the Cost of Travel,  Cooking Workshops in Provence,
Paris Dream Tours Launches Web Site,  Three Châteaux Tour of Brittany,
Review of Château Rhodes, Club France
Recipe:  Stuffed Rainbow Trout

au Château News -  September / October  2003
 Highlights: Summer Heat Wave,  Châteaux & Chocolat Tour,  Tapes for Driving in Provence,
Degas in Bronze,  Plein Air Painting at Crazannes, Upcoming October Visit, Health Care in English
Recipe: Red Potato Gratin

au Château News -  November / December  2003
 Highlights: Enjoy the French Master, France for the Holidays,  Good Things Come in Smaller Museums,
Magnificent Château de Lezhildry,  Châteaux & Chocolat Tour
Recipe: Bûche de Noël

au Château News Special Edition - December 2003
 Château de la Motte d'Usseau

au Château News -  January / February 2004
 Highlights: Travel Tips and Notes, Looking Back on 2003, Château de Talhouët,
A Visit to the Morbihan,  New: Château of Month
 Recipe: Tarte à l'Oignon

au Château News Special Edition - January 2004
New Feature: Car Rental Linksl

au Château News -  March / April 2004
Highlights: What to Expect at a Château:  Accommodations, Special Offerings & Dining, 
Meet Your Hosts,  Rentals from France Car
Recipe: Pipérade

au Château News Special Edition - April 2004
 Château de Saint-Michel de Lanès

au Château News -  May / June 2004
Highlights: Contacting the Châteaux for Reservations, 
What's Special at the Châteaux,  Current Offers,  Looking for Luxury,
Passing of an Icon
Recipe: Lavender Flower Crème Brulée

au Château News Special Edition - June 2004
A Week at Château de la Barre

au Château News -  July / August 2004
Highlights:  Height of the Travel Season,
Chapel and Garden Weddings at French Châteaux, 
News from France,  English Speakers Moving to Paris,
Shopping Service in Paris
Recipe: Soufflé au Citron

au Château News Special Edition - July 2004
 Château de Villette

au Château News -  September / October 2004
Highlights:  La Rentrée des Classes,
The Black Prince and other visitors,
 and Château Coulon Laurensac, 
Wine Tours at Le Prieuré du Château de Biron, Member News
Recipe: Moules à la Crème

au Château News Special Edition - October 2004
 Château des Tesnières

au Château News -  November / December 2004
Highlights:  Our Contest to Win 2 Nights at Château du Fraisse,
American Women's Group Paris Calendar, 
Château du Breuil in the Loire Valley,
Book Review:  Tours de Farce, 
Recipe: Mushroom Omelette Soufflé

au Château News -  January / February 2005
Highlights:  Our Château of the Month feature,
New Members: Château de Bournand and Domaine Le Vallon, 
Our Contest to Win 2 Nights at Château du Fraisse,
Opening of the Viaduc de Millau,
Special offer for Americans at Château La Thillaye in Normandy,
Recipe: Pavé de Turbot

au Château News -  March / April  2005
Highlights:  Romantic Stays in France,
Prehistoric & Medieval France Tour,
Watercolor Prints of France, 
Recipe: Orange & Fennel Salad

au Château News -  May / June  2005
Highlights:  US Dollars in Europe,
New Members: Château Juvenal and Château de Challain,
Your Personal Chauffeur in French Wine Country,
Recipe: Crème de Cresson

au Château News -  July / August  2005
Highlights: France for Women Travelers,
Defining the Symbols on our web site, Château Meyre in Bordeaux,
Bidding Adieu to former members,
Our Visit to Normandy [Château de la Roque] 
Pastry School in Languedoc, Gîte at Manoir de Bellauney
Recipe: Salade Niçoise

au Château News -  September / October  2005
Highlights: Gracious Guests & Friendly Hosts,
Gîtes on our Web Site, Our Handy Fax Form,
New Owners at Château de la Ballue
Paris Apartments to Rent
Recipe: Dijon Mustard Vinaigrette

au Château News -  November / December  2005
Highlights:  September in France,
An Elegant June Wedding in the Loire,
Our newest member: Château de Méouilles in Provence
Room Rates, We bid adieu to four members
Recipe: Goat Cheese with Raspberry Vinegar

au Château News -  January / February  2006

Highlights:  Gala Birthday Party at Château de Canisy,
Guess this Location & Win a Prize!
Special Offers from Our Members,
Furnishing That French Château,
Recipe: Seafood in Tarragon Cream Sauce

au Château News -  March / April  2006

Highlights:  Château de la Ballue is back,
New Owners at Château Rhodes,
Our Newest Member:  Le Pavillon de Galon in Provence,
Château Talaud Celebrates its 10th Anniversary,
Recipe: Crème au Chocolat

au Château News -  May / June  2006

Highlights:  Welcoming 5 New Members -
Château Lagorce, Château de Détilly,
Château de Chambost & Château de La Charmeraie.
Prehistoric & Medieval Tour of Southwest France taking reservations
Recipe: Sorbet aux Poires from Susan Herrmann Loomis

au Château News -  July / August  2006

Highlights:  Three New Members - 
Hôtel Tardif in historic Bayeux,
 Château de Montcru in the beautiful Ariège.
Villes et Villages:  Biarritz
Recipe:  Eggplant & Tomato Gratin

au Château News -  September / October  2006

 Villes et Villages:  Monpazier
Recipe: Roasted Sugar Snap Peas with Fleur de Sel

au Château News -  November / December  2006

Highlights:  Coming Soon - Château de Vaudezert
Our Visits in September to Member properties
 Villes et Villages:  Veulettes-sur-Mer
Recipe:  Moules à la Normandie

au Château News -  January / February  2007

Highlights:  Welcoming Château de Vaudezert & Castel Merle
Art Classes in the Dordogne
 Villes et Villages:  Richelieu
FRANCE 2007 Calendar for Sale
Recipe:  Poires au Vin Rouge

au Château News Special Edition - January 2007
Château de Saint Martory
French Immersion Courses at Château de La Barre

au Château News -  March / April  2007

Highlights:  Welcoming Château des Allues and Domaine Ployez-Jacquemart
French Immersion Courses at Château de La Barre
 Villes et Villages:  Betz-le-Château
Updates to our Web Site
Recipe:  Sweet & Tart Arugula Salad with Goat Cheese

au Château News -  May / June  2007

Highlights:  Welcoming Château de Reignac in the Loire
and Château de Servigny in historic Normandy
Fall Cooking Classes at Château de Vaulogé
 Villes et Villages:  Châteauneuf
Visiting the Médoc département of Aquitaine
Recipe:  Smoked Salmon Mousse

au Château News -  July / August  2007

Highlights:  French Immersion Classes at Member Châteaux
Our Wine and Champagne Estates Welcome You!
 Villes et Villages:  Brittany's Vitré
Recipe:  Tapenade

au Château News -  September / October  2007

Highlights:  Rent a Château in France
 Cooking Classes at a French Château
Coming Soon: Members in the Pyrénées-Atlantique & Pyrénées-Orientales
 Villes et Villages:  Salies de Béarn

Recipe:  Red Pepper & Black Olive Frittata

au Château News -  November / December  2007

Highlights: Welcoming Two New Members
*  Villa Iratz-Aldéa in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques
* Castell Rose in the Pyrénées-Orientales
Our Recent Visit to France / Staying at Châteaux
Welcome Back to Château de Challain!
 Villes et Villages:  Reignac-sur-Indre
Recipe:  Christmas (Chocolate!) Fruite Cake

au Château News -  January / February 2008

Highlights:  Welcoming New Members
*  Château de la Vigne in the Cantal
* Château Soussac, a wine estate in Bordeaux
Easter at Château de la Barre in the Sarthe
Guess the place and Win a Prize!
 Villes et Villages:  Old Chambéry
Recipe:  Casserole of Saffron Root Vegetables

au Château News -  March / April  2008

Highlights:  Welcoming 2 New Members
*  Domaine de Moulin Mer in Brittany
* Château St-Philippe in the Savoie
Weddings at Château du Fraisse
Cooking and Historic Tours at Château de la Barre in the Sarthe
Gourmet Easter Dinner at Château de Garrevaques
 Villes et Villages:  Medieval Lautrec
Recipe: Pipérade

au Château News -  Special Editon March 2008

 Welcoming 2 New Members
*  La Terrasse de Lautrec, Tarn
* Château d'Hattonchâtel, Lorraine
Special Offer from Château de la Barre, including a vintage Citroën!

au Château News -  May / June  2008

Highlights:  Welcoming 3 New Members in the Southwest
*  Château Robert
* Château de Pomiro
* Château du Barthas
-  Brittany Getaway at Domaine de Moulin Mer
- May Discount Rental of Château St-Philippe
     Villes et Villages:  Lésigny-sur-Creuse
Recipe: Green Salad with Goat Cheese Croutons

au Château News -  Special Editon June 2008

Last Minute Availbility of Bordeaux Wine Tour
under the auspices of Château Coulon Laurensac
The Bordeaux Harvest Tour

au Château News -  July / August  2008

- Château Coulon Laurensac Wine Country Tours
    May discount for rental of Château St-Philippe
 Villes et Villages:  Port Leucate
Recipe:  Olives Vertes au Piment

au Château News -  September / October  2008

- Discounts and Special offers from Member Properties
   Where are we? Quiz
 Villes et Villages:  St-Cyprien Port
Recipe:  Chevre Chaud with Honey

au Château News -  November / December  2008

-  Holidays offers at Château de Pomiro in Armagnac
- Italian Cooking Classes and Wellness Packages  from Château de Vaulogé in the Sarthe
Winter Getaways at Châteaus des Allues, and Château de St-Michel de Lanès
    Where are we? Quiz
 Villes et Villages:  Barfleur

au Château News -  January / February  2009

Highlights:  New Members have joined our site:
-Château du Prauthoy in Champagne
- Domaine des Faures in the Dordogne
Villes et Villages:  Normandy's Sainte-Mère Eglise
Special Offers from Château de la Barre & Château de Challain
Recipe:  Cold Cream of Asparagus Soup

au Château News -  March / April  2009

Highlights:  Château du Grand-Lucé is our newest member
Special Offers from Château de la Barre & Château de Challain
Where are we? Quiz
Villes et Villages:  Goury
Green Vacations from au Château
Recipe:  Flan

au Château News -  May / June  2009

Highlights:  Our Newest Member - L'A Propos in the city of Orange
Three Châteaux for Your Wedding
Where are we? Quiz 97
Villes et Villages:  Senlis
Spa Vacations
Recipe:  Candied Lemon Peel

au Château News -  July / August  2009

Highlights:  Weddings at Château d'Hattonchâtel and Château Pomiro
Summer offers from Château de Monthairons
Dordogne B&Bs:  Le Prieuré in Biron and Domaine des Faures
Rent Manoir de Berthouville in Normandy
Villes et Villages:  Loches
A week at Villa Iratz-Aldéa in Basque Country
French Etiquette
Recipe: Baked Aubergine

au Château News -  September / October  2009

Stay among the vineyards at 
Château de Chorey, Domaine Ployez-Jacquemart, Château Talaud, 
Château Juvenal, Château Soussac and Château Meyre
A Marriage Made in . . . Normandy
Christmas or New Year at Château de la Barre
Villes et Villages: Noyers-sur-Serein
Coming Soon!  Beautiful Villa Vauréal in Biarritz . . .
Recipe:  Conserve du Thon

au Château News -  November / December  2009

Welcoming Villa Vauréal in Biarritz
 A great harvest at Château Juvenal 
On Rue Tatin's Cooking Classes for 2010
 Highlights of our October visit to France
Villes et Villages:  Joinville
A Wedding at Château du Grand Lucé
Recipe:  Sautéed Squash with Herbs

au Château News -  January / February 2010

 The return of Château de Rouffillac
Welcoming Château La Roque de Bas in Bordeaux
 Great offers from Château de la Barre
Romantic Packages at Château de Reignac
 Preview of our newest member in the Corrèze:  Coming Soon!
Villes et Villages:  St-Pierre d'Albigny
Armagnac à la Château de Pomiro
Hot Air Balloon Rides at Château de la Vigne
Recipe:  Mediterranean Lentil Soup

au Château News -  Spring 2010

 Our Newest Member:  Château du Bois Noir
More Castles in the Snow
 Two New Members Coming Soon!
 Bordeaux Wine Tours with Ronald Rens/Château Coulon Laurensac
 Château for Sale in the Berry Region
 Special Offers from Château Meyre
Villes et Villages:  St Martin de Ré
 Last minute availability at Château de Détilly!
 Recipe:  Trout Surprise

au Château News -  Summer  2010

Our Newest Members:  Manoir La Chaussee and Château de la Bourgonie 
Coming Soon:  Château de la Vernède near Avignon 
Stone Manor House for rent at Château de Bournand 
More about Bordeaux's 2009 Vintage
Villes et Villages:  Maulaucène 
Château de la Barre:  London Times 100 Top Hotels
Easy Recipe:  Salted Spanish Nuts

au Château News -  Autumn  2010

Our Newest Member:  Château de la Vernède
Coming Soon:  Le Clos de la Garenne near La Rochelle 
Château for Sale in Provence
Villes et Villages:  Châteaubourg 
Easy Recipe:  Tomates Farcies

au Château News -  Winter  2010

Our Newest Members:  Château de la Resle,
 Le Clos de la Garenne and Château d'Agel.
Villes et Villages:  Mouffetard, Paris' 5th arrondissement 
Visit France off the beaten path
    Award Winning Gardens of Le Pavillon de Galon
    Wedding at Château de Challain
    Hot Air Ballooning over the Cantal
Ployez-Jacquemart's Outstanding Champagnes
Easy Recipe:  Warm Potato Salad

au Château News -  Spring 2011

The Beauty of Châteaux in the Snow
Special Discounts at Select Châteaux 
Two New Members: Château le Cheman & Château de Vallery
(formerly Château des Condé)
Château for Sale in Limousin - Huge Price Reduction! 
Villes et Villages:  Percey-le-Grand 
Easy Recipe:  Filled Camembert

au Château News -  Summer 2011

Châteaux with Last-Minute Availability
Our Newest Member:  Château de la Poujade
Coming Soon:  Château de Picomtal
Featured B&B:  La Terrasse de Lautrec 
Villes et Villages:  Bonny-sur-Loire
Featured Rental:  Château Robert near Bordeaux
Easy Recipe:  Mousse au Chocolat with Grand Marnier

au Château News -  Autumn 2011

Châteaux by Invitation - A Package Offer from Château de la Barre
Featured B&B:  Castell Rose in Roussillon 
Dordogne Garden Tours - Domaine des Faures
Villes et Villages:  Blond in the Limousin
Featured Rental:  Brittany's Manoir la Chaussée

au Château News -  Winter 2011

September in the Southwest
Featured B&B:  Château de la Ballue in Brittany 
Congratulations to Domaine Ployez-Jacquemart!
Villes et Villages:  Lannemezan
Featured Rental:  Château de la Vernède in Languedoc
News from our Members
Easy Recipe: Hot Shrimp on Spinach from Jacques Pépin

au Château News -  Spring 2012

Our New Members: 
Château de Saint-Maclou in Normandy
Château de Picomtal in the Haute-Alpes
Featured B&B:  Domaine des Faures in the Dordogne 
Villes et Villages:  Saint Martory
Featured Rental:  Château de Servigny in Normandy
News from our Members
Coming Soon: Château de Locqueran in Brittany
Easy Recipe: Leeks with Tomato & Olive Oil from Jacques Pépin

au Château News -  Summer 2012

Our Two New Members:
Château de Bénéauville in Normandy
The Béarn's Château de Bouillon
Featured B&B:  Château Talaud
Villes et Villages:  St-Jean de Luz
Featured Rental:  Château du Grand-Lucé
News from our Members

au Château News -  Autumn 2012

Château Coulon Laurensac's October Wine Tour 
Coming Soon:  Château de Sentout in Bordeaux
Featured B&B:  Château du Bois Noir
Villes et Villages:  Dangé-St-Romain
News from our Members

au Château News -  Winter 2012

We welcome Les Vieux Murs & Château de Jalnay
Coming Soon:  Château de Rère & Château de Longsard
What's New in France:
            - the Fête du Citron in Menton
       - the Opening of the Louvre Museum in Lens 
Featured B&B:  Château de Bénéauville in Normandy
Villes et Villages:  Selles-St-Denis
News from our Members
Easy Recipe:  Endives Braissées

au Château News -  Spring 2013

6 New Members Join our Site:
Château de Bétous, Château de Longsard, La Borde Maison d'Hôtes,
Château de Rère, Château de Sombrun and Château Tertre de Belvès.
Coming Soon:  The Pavillon at Château de Tocqueville, Château de Blavou. Tournou le Haut
Featured B&B:  Château de Bouillon in wine country
            Villes et Villages:  Montrol-Sénard
Featured Rental Château:  Château de Saint-Martory near Toulouse
News from our Members
Easy Recipe:  Lavender Shortbread Cookies

au Château News -  Summer 2013

We welcome  Tournou le Haut - a magical 11th century castle
  Our Featured Rental:  Château de Détilly in the Loire
Coming Soon:  two new members in northwest France
 Featured B&B:  Château de Vollore in the breathtaking Auvergne
   Burgundy Wine events, tastings and tours, cooking ~ brought to you 
 Villes et Villages: L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue
News from our Members
Easy Recipe:  Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto

au Château News -  Autumn 2013

We welcome  Château de la Caillotière - the perfect rental in the Pays de la Loire
and The Pavillon at Château de Tocqueville in beautiful Normandy
  Our Featured Rental:  Château la Roque de Bas in Bordeaux
Our Featured B&B:  Le Clos de la Garenne near La Rochelle
   Review of a suspense novel that takes place in Château de Rouffillac
 Villes et Villages: Le Château d'Oléron
News from our Members
Easy Recipe:  Fingerling Potatoes with Cèpes and Shallots

au Château News -  Winter  2013

We Welcome Château de Moulin le Comte
   Dordogne Garden Tours and more in 2014 
   Coming soon: Château de Sommesnil
  Our Featured Rental:  Tournou le Haut in South Central France 
 Our B&B Feature:  Les Vieux Murs in the bucolic Allier

Villes et Villages: Port de Plaisance, Paris
    News & Updates from our Members
New!  Département Maps showing property locations!

Easy Recipe: Noix de Pecan à la Cannelle

au Château News -  Spring 2014

We Welcome Château de Sommesnil in Normandy
  Our Featured Rental: Château Tertre de Belvès, Saint Emilion
   Visit the Ruins of a Family Castle 
 Our B&B Feature:  La Borde Maison d'Hôtes in Burgundy
Normandy and the Northeast in 2014

Villes et Villages:  Curcuron, Provence
    News & Updates from our Members
Tour Wine Regions of France with your own Chauffeur
Easy Recipe: Avocado Vinaigrette

au Château News -  Summer 2014

  Enjoy a Spa Vacation at a French Château 

Our Featured Rental: Château de la Poujade in the Périgord
  Our B&B Feature:  L'Apropos in Orange

Coming Soon: Château de Courtomer in Normandy 

Villes et Villages: Le Mans

News and Updates from our Members

A pretty château for sale in the Vendéé

Easy Recipe:  Madeleines

au Château News -  Autumn 2014

Welcoming Château de Courtomer in Normandy

 Our Featured B&B:  Château de Longsard in the Rhône

Our Featured Rental:  Château de la Bourgonie in the Périgord

Easy Recipe:  Red Potato Gratin


au Château News -  Winter 2014

Welcoming  Château Allure du Lac in the Pays de la Loire 

Our Featured B&B:  Château de Picomtal in Provence's Alpes

Our Featured Rental: Château de Sommesnil in Normandy

Villes et Villages:  Cormery

Easy Recipe:  Lemon Curd

au Château News -  Spring 2015

Coming Soon:  Château de Gauville in Normandy's Eure département

Our Featured B&B:  Château de Bénéauville in Calvados Normandy

Our Featured Rental:  Château de la Caillotière in the Pays de la Loire

Villes et Villages:  Pléneuf Val André

Easy Recipe: Moules with Shallots, Pernod & Saffron

au Château News -  Summer 2015

Our Newest Member:  Château de Gauville in Normandy

Coming Soon:  Domaine de Biar in Montpellier

Our Featured B&B:  Château de la Barre near Le Mans

Our Featured Rental:  Château Tertre de Belvès - St Emilion

Villes et Villages:  Isigny-sur-Mer

News and Discounts from our Members . . . and more!

au Château News -  Autumn 2015

Our Newest Member:  Domaine de Biar in Montpellier

Our Featured B&B:  Château de la Resle in Burgundy

Our Featured Rental:  Le Pavillon at Château de Tocqueville, Normandy

Bidding Adieu to three of our Members

Villes et Villages: Montpellier

News and Discounts from our Members
. . . and more!

Easy Recipe:  Peach Sorbet

au Château News -  Winter 2015

Our Newest Member:  Château de Chanzé in the Loire

Our Featured B&B:  Château des Tesnières in Brittany

Our Featured Rental:  Château d'Agel  in Languedoc

Bidding Adieu to two special members

Villes et Villages:  Port Leucate

News and Discounts from our Members
. . . and more!

Easy Recipe:  Perfect Crêpes

au Château News -  Spring 2016

Our Featured B&B:  Château de St-Loup in Deux-Sèvres

Our Featured Rental:  Château Rhodes  in Ariège

Magical Château Gardens - Part I

Villes et Villages: Lautrec

News and Discounts from our Members
. . . and more!

Easy Recipe:  Soufflé au Chocolat

au Château News -  Summer 2016

Our Featured Rental:  Château Allure du Lac in the Loire

Our Newest Member:  Château d'Ambrus in the land of the Three Musketeers

Our Featured B&B:   Le Pavillon de Galon in Provence

Magical Château Gardens - Part II

Villes et Villages: Moncontour

News and Offers from our Members
. . . and more!

Easy Recipe:  Aïoli 

au Château News -  Autumn 2016

Our Featured Rental:  Château Robert in the southwest

Coming Soon:  Moulin de Fresquet in the Lot

Our Featured B&B:   Château de Moulin le Comte  in the Pas de Calais

Villes et Villages:

News and Offers from our Members
. . . and more!

Easy Recipe:  Provençal Vegetable Casserole

au Château News -  Winter 2017

Our Featured Rental:  Château Saint-Maclou in Normandy

Our Two New Members:   Moulin de Fresquet in the Lot & Château Forge du Roy in the Dordogne

Our Featured B&B:   Château de Rère near Orléans in the Sologne

Villes et Villages:

News and Offers from our Members
. . . and more!

Easy Recipe:  Salmon with Tarragon Cream and Mushrooms

au Château News -  Spring & Summer 2017

Our Featured Rental:  Château de Méouilles in Provence

Happenings at Le Pavillon de Galon in Provence

New Member Coming Soon:   Villa Belle Couronne

Our Featured B&B:   Château du Breuil in the Loire

Villes et Villages:

News and Offers from our Members
. . . and more!

Easy Recipe: Braised Asparagus (Les Asperges Braisèes)

au Château News -  Autumn 2017

Our Featured Rental:  Château de Courtomer in Normandy

Welcome Villa Belle Couronne near Nantes

European Garden Award goes to Château de la Ballue

Our Featured B&B:    Château de Picomtal in Provence's Hautes-Alpes

Villes et Villages:

News and Offers from our Members
. . . and more!

Easy Recipe: Chocolate Sabayon

au Château News -  Winter 2017-2018

Our Featured Rental:  Château d'Ambus in Gascony

Spring Getaway at Château de Courtomer in Normandy

Our Featured B&B:    Château du Fraisse near Limoges

Villes et Villages:

News and Offers from our Members
. . . and more!

Easy Recipe: French Onion Soup

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