ABOUT CHATEAU DE LA GOUJEONNNERIE
Chateau de la Goujeonnerie was built in 1872 by the architect Arsene Charier in Loge Fougereuse, Vendee. Charier had been commissioned to restore the Chateau d'Azay le Rideau, one of France's national treasures and was clearly inspired by it in the design of Chateau de la Goujeonnerie and very evident by the floating towers on the 3 corners of the chateau and the overall design.
Les Trois Garcons acquired Chateau de la Goujeonnerie in 2006 in a derelict state and have since restored it with 21st Century comforts while respecting it's past. The main chateau consists of 7 double ensuite bedrooms, 1 single ensuite bedroom and 2 single bedrooms with bathrooms across a hallway.
The ancillary buildings have a further 12 double bedrooms ensuite, 3 double bedrooms with shared bathrooms and 2 singles ensuite. The ancillary buildings are self-contained. The chateau has 2 drawing rooms, a formal dining room, a breakfast room, 2 kitchens, a library, a conservatory, multimedia room which can be converted to hold 100 diners, 2 reading areas, a steam room, sauna, a massage room, a gym and a bar with a chill out area. There is also 2 large terraces for cocktails or dinner with great views. There is an 18 meter by 6 meter heated swimming pool set within 18 acres of land with a small forest to wander.
Chateau de la Goujeonnerie is situated 80km from La Rochelle airport (under an hour's drive) Other nearby airports are Nantes and Poitiers. You can also take the TGV from Paris to Niort which is 40 km away.View map .