Luxury French Chateau Rental with Private Pool in Provence
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- Wheel chair accessible:Yes
Aix en Provence chateau / country house description
This magnificent 17th century Chateau Genoise in the South of France was named by Vogue Magazine as one of the most beautiful private estates in the South of France. Situated in Puyricard, only 4 miles north of the beautiful Provencal city of Aix-en-Provence, the Chateau Genoise offers 11 luxury bedrooms and 9.5 bathrooms. This unique property has more than 12 acres of grounds with magnificent formal gardens, fountains, a tennis court, a chapel built in 1640 and the enchanting swimming pool surrounded by 11th century Roman ruins.
Chateau Genoise has been completely updated to provide a high standard of comfort and luxury while maintaining its French authenticity, charm and history. Formal and casual French antique furniture, pieces and decorations are seen all over the property. The large gardens and terraces are perfect for outdoor entertaining. The 1,800-sq. ft. chapel provides a wonderful indoor area that could be used for events such as a concert, wedding or dinner party. Within the magnificent setting of the 17th century ruins are the tennis court and beautiful pool. Rental includes 4 hours of daily cleaning.
The entire chateau is yours to enjoy and explore during your stay - the library, the music room, the video room or even the discotheque downstairs.
The bedrooms are all named after famous artists and provide luxurious accommodation. Henri Matisse is a double bedroom with queen size bed and master bathroom suite. Marc Chagal is a twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom. Paul Cezanne is a double bedroom with queen size bed and en-suite bathroom. Pierre-Auguste Renoir is a double bedroom with queen size bed and en-suite bathroom. Vincent Van Gogh is a double bedroom with queen size bed and en-suite bathroom. Paul Gauguin is a double bedroom with full-size bed and en-suite bathroom. Edouard Manet is a double bedroom with queen size bed and shared bathroom. Claude Monet is a twin bedroom that shares a bathroom. Edgar Degas is a double bedroom with full-size bed & shared bath. Henri Rousseau is a double bedroom with full-size bed & shared bathroom. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec is a double bedroom with full-size bed & shared bathroom.
Keywords: French Chateau, Chateau, Chateaux, Castle France
- Chateau / Country House
- Vacation Rental
- Children Welcome
- Wheelchair Accessible
Bedrooms: 11 Bedrooms, Sleeps 22, Beds for 22
Bathrooms: 9.5 Bathrooms
Kitchen & Dining
- Catering Available
- Ice Maker
- Cooking Utensils
- Washing Machine
- Parking Off Street
- Linens Provided
- Clothes Dryer
- Wood Fireplace
- tennis court
- Video Library
- Satellite / Cable
- Music Library
- DVD Player
- CD Player
- Wireless Internet
Pool & Spa
- Private Pool
- Deck / Patio
- Outdoor Grill
- Mountain Biking
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Horseback Riding
- Sight Seeing
- Live Theater
- Wildlife Viewing
- Miniature Golf
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€14,750-€20,500/week depending on season
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