Chateau & History
Chateau & History
To the heart of Champagne region and its world famous vineyards
Château of 17th century, an authentic registred monument
28 bedrooms classified 4 star hotel
Moats and large park surround the chateau
A vegetable garden & orchard
Visit of Champagne cellars with tasting
The Château d’Etoges welcomes you to the heart of the Champagne, from its ideal location close to Epernay and Reims.
Only an hour and a half away from Paris, the Château d’Etoges is perfectly situated, offering an accessible halfway point between the French capital and Alsace, Picardy and Burgundy, London and the south of France, and Germany and Brittany. This beautiful spot is the ideal base for visiting the Champagne region, and to explore French history at the Reims cathedral
If you are looking for a hotel near Epernay and Reims, be it for a family holiday, a romantic weekend, or a business trip, the Château d’Etoges is the perfect place.
The Château d’Etoges combines all the refinement and comfort of a charming hotel with the serenity of a private Château. A warm welcome and high quality food await to help you enjoy your stay.
The Château and its Orangery boast 28 rooms, while the hotel’s gourmet restaurant and spa (including organic treatments and massages, a Jacuzzi, sauna, and Turkish bath) will help you unwind. Feel free to enjoy a stroll in the park, where the natural surroundings are as beautiful as the château itself.
With excellent champagne producers within walking distance, this is an ideal base for those who seek tranquillity, gourmet experiences, or who just want to immerse themselves in authentic French culture.
Experience the beauty of this historical and romantic family château for a truly unforgettable trip.
A history of welcome
Built at the beginning of the 17th century by the Counts of Anglure, the Chateau was a staging post for French monarchs whilst on progress to their eastern dominions.
Louis XIV, the Sun King, was astonished by the sparkling fountains you will see in the miniature lakes in the grounds of the Chateau.
The unfortunate Louis XVI also stayed here, the country seat of his First Gentleman of the Bedchamber, Claude de Chamilly, during his flight to Varennes in 1791.
Following the French Revolution, Etoges passed into the hands of the wife of Marshal Lannes who played hostess to the Court of the Emperor Napoleon.
Today, the family that has owned Etoges for over a century is delighted to continue the Chateau’s tradition of offering a royal welcome to honoured guests.
The village of Etoges, in past times an important posting-house, lies on the main road from Paris to Strasbourg. The tombs of the Lords of Etoges are to be found in the 12th century church, which was completed together with a fine Renaissance portal in the 15th and 16th centuries.