Château de la Buronnière offers only five guest rooms, ensuring all guests a very private holiday.
The chateau has an impressive Grand Gallery, from where you have great views on the front lawn, ancient trees and the lake. Furthermore, guests will find a series of entertaining rooms – originally in enfilade – where they can relax, read (or write) a book, and enjoy breakfast or dinner.
There is a light and spacious Dining Room. A large Sitting Room with generous window doors which lead into the gardens. The grand Oak Library is lined with bookcases filled with historic books and documents. There is also an intimate lounge where you can help yourself to a drink.
All these rooms have original fireplaces which are used in early or late season.