Chateau De Champlatreux
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Built between 1751 and 1757 by architect Jean-Michel Chevotet, château de Champlâtreux is in close proximity to both Charles de Gaulle airport (fifteen minutes) and the heart of Paris (half an hour). Its four large reception rooms and vast decors make it the ideal location for your celebrations, seminars or film shoots
The French style formal gardens designed by Chevotet were replaced in 1823 by a landscape garden designed by the Thouin brothers. There is a sweeping view bounded by trees with an ornamental water pond in stone in the middle. The formal garden details have disappeared but the cypress trees allow you to guess its former appearance. The parc is ideal for hosting receptions.
Beautiful stables with carved wooden stalls, a saddle-room, coach house and drinking troughs form a U-shaped building close to the château. This brick building and stone courtyard date back to the 18th century and was an indispensible part of the château. Nearby, the very pretty Saint-Eutrope XVIIIth century chapel available for weddings and film/photo shoots.
You would like to visit the castle?
The castle, the parc and the stables are open to visits from the 1st of July to the 15th of August every year from 10am to 5pm.
4 euros per person
We will provide you with a written guide for your visit.
Film and Photoshoots
Bed & Breakfast
Send a request for booking conditions and prices.