Château d’Etoges, Champagne

chateau d etoges champagne region

Built at the beginning of the 17th century by the Counts of Anglure, Château d’Etoges, Champagne was a staging post for French monarchs whilst travelling to their eastern dominions. Today, surrounded by a moat, gardens and fountains, and in the midst of champagne vineyards,  Château d’Etoges offers accommodation in the Champagne that provides a superb getaway from Paris. We highly recommend the Gourmet Escape Package for two nights indulgence.                              

 
Address :
4 Rue Richebourg
51270 Etoges
Region : Champagne
Host: Eric Himmesoete, Manager
Phone : +33 (0) 3 26 59 30 08 fax : +33 (0) 3 26 59 35 57
How to get there: Driving: approx. 90 minutes and 120Km east of Paris, 45 Km south of Reims. By train, one hour Paris/Epernay, and then taxi for the 25Km to Etoges.
Open : Short annual closing in winter: check with the Château for exact dates each year.
Price range: From 120 euros depending on season and room type; breakfast may be included depending on package.
Description : Lovely château surrounded by a water-filled moat set amongst splendid gardens in the village of Etoges.
Room types: 28 rooms ranging from standard (or “classic”) to superior (or “privilige”). Lift access available for rooms in the Orangery. The rooms are decorated in keeping with the history. Free WiFi access.
Languages spoken: English, French
Payment options: Major credit cards
Minimum stay: None
Cancellation policy: Check when booking but usually must be made 5 days before the date of arrival.
Things to do: Visit the famous Champagne Houses:in Epernay (25 minutes away) : Dom Pérignon, Moet & Chandon, Mercier, De Castellane and more, and in Reims (45 minutes away): Taittinger, Veuve Cliquot, Pommery. Expect an entry charge of around 7 euros. Many of these have tours of their cellars where they explain how champagne is made, plus you get to have a glass. Or, just drive the Champagne tourist trail, or visit the Cathedral of Reims – one of the most beautiful in France, and the Gothic art masterpiece where Kings of France were crowned.
Restaurants: Dinner each night and lunches on some days can be taken in the Orangery. Breakfast is served in the Château. Nearby in the village is a typical “pub” which serves meals.
Parking: Ample parking available
Director’s comment: One of our favourite places to stay – which we have many times.
Map: Google Map

 

 

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