In the beautiful town of Vichy, on 19 acres of land, we offer you this marvelous and renovated 16th century castle. Out of those 19 acres, 15,5 include beautiful meadows on both sides of the driveway. There you’ll find a large winter garden that includes a living room, office, kitchen and three other reception rooms. Then, on the first floor, there are 6 bedrooms with bathrooms.
The property has 700m2 of living space, other partly converted outbuildings, kennels, garages and former mill.
The chateau is perfect for family use or for business activities, being in a very peaceful location and close to beautiful mountains.
About the place:
Vichy, France is a small town in central France. It often gets overshadowed by the larger and more popular destinations of Paris and Lyon to its north. This French city has been built around thermal spas that we can enjoy today. Inside these old buildings are incredible pools with different temperatures, as well as hot tubs where you can relax your muscles after a long day of walking or biking through Vichy’s beautiful parks. The architecture here simply cannot be beat! If you get tired from all this physical activity (it’ll happen), take some time to explore the local art scene at museums, like Villa Saint Pierre, which features works from Picasso himself! Don’t forget to stop by Place de Lavalette for a quick bite to eat, and be sure to take a long walk down the Rive Gauche.
Many people also visit Vichy because of its cultural offerings, such as museums and theaters, which are scattered all over the city. There is even a weekly art market that takes place in the city center, where vendors from all over France gather to sell their handmade wares. It’s a great opportunity for anyone who is interested to meet locals and learn more about French culture!
Things to do in Vichy:
While Vichy’s spas are the main attraction in this town of around 40,000 people (75,000 during summer months when tourists come to visit), there is much more that awaits! Vichy has a rich history dating back to Roman times. You can learn all about it at Villa Saint Pierre or Museum Bargoin, where you can explore art from Picasso himself. Don’t forget to take some time off your feet – sit on one of the many benches along Rive Gauche or head over to Place de Lavalette for lunch. There is so much culture here, both past and present.
This lovely town has something for everyone! If art is your thing, there are several museums of different types as well as the Palais des Congres, which hosts regular expositions and events, including opera shows all year round. For nature lovers Vichy’s forests offer plenty of trails that take you past lakes, waterfalls and even ancient caves with stalagmites. The nearby Mont d’Or offers amazing views over Vichy, especially at night time, when everything twinkles below! It truly is an amazing place and it’s easy to see why Vichy is so popular with locals and tourists alike.