In the old days when you were invited to visit a castle, you could expect to receive anything you wanted. This is how La Grande Maison Younan Collection operates today — is committed to creating this unique experience in various castles across France.
For this, all the castles in the Collection have been restored and brought back to life in order to honor the tradition to which they are witnesses, while adding the luxury and comfort of today. From cozy fireplaces to sunny terraces, ambling through meticulous French gardens, you will have the opportunity to discover the life in a castle and a feeling of total well-being than everyone deserve to experience.
At Chateau de Beauvois, near the city of Tours, you will enjoy the newly redesigned outdoor pool and pool club for sunbathing or have a relaxing walk through the sun-drenched formal garden “Jardin à la française”. The Richelieu and Anne of Austria lounge rooms offer a warm and cozy ambiance to share a moment of relaxation or a drink between friends. A new project soon will be underway to construct new spaces for convention and seminars as well as well-being space. This space will be composed of a Hammam, a Jacuzzi, a wellness room and a fully-equipped sport space. The architectural project is in progress with 3D projection that already has been made.
In the Hotel Saint Martin, close to Niort, it is the setting itself that encourages guests to relax. The park and the terrace in front of the river “La Sèvre Niortaise”, invite you to sit down for a moment and enjoy a stay with a warm and authentic welcome.
In order to prolong the well-being of your stay, every castle of the Collection has a gastronomic restaurant that offers the fine dining in the pure French tradition. In a warm dining room with a beautiful period fireplace in the winter, or on a beautifully-designed terrace on sunny days, discover the refined and generous cuisine of the Chefs.
From the setting to the services, no detail has been forgotten to allow you to live at least once as a king or a queen and touch a bit of history. A rare privilege, which everyone deserves to experience.