A wine making property in France is usually referred to as ‘Château’, but that does not mean it has to be a fancy castle with turrets and towers. The 18th century Château des Broyers is more like a big mansion, reflecting the status of an important wine grower and merchant, but without the fancy frills of nobility. The château was little more than a ruin when it was acquired by the current owners, who transformed it with the express goals of creating a meeting place for the free exchange of information and ideas.
The pleasure of doing business
Who said you shouldn’t mix business with pleasure? The château offers plenty of room for both. With period rooms for an intimate meeting, modern classrooms for bigger presentations, a big convention hall, cosy lounges with open fires, a billiard room, a TV-room and an eclectic library with books to lend, read and even take with you to finish at home and pass on!
Arts and decorations
We believe a beautiful, creative environment can inspire beautiful and creative ideas. That is why we have carefully chosen work of period and contemporary artists to adorn the rooms and halls. And if you fall in love with one of the works… you don’t have to leave it behind, because most of the art in the château is for sale. All the smaller works in the hotel rooms are part of a benefit project called ‘Les 111 des Arts’. All pieces are 20×20 cm. From every piece that is sold, part of the revenue goes to improving the stay of children in cancer and leukaemia clinics. A wonderful way to share and improve both our working environment and the lives of very ill children.