Château de Germigney

In a large park with statues, benches, and lily pond with fountain, this 18th-century manor house, former home of the Marquis de Germigney, is now a luxury hotel (Relais & Châteaux). More

Contact details

Château de Germigney
Rue Edgar Faure
Port-Lesney
Franche-Comte
39600
France
0033 3 84 73 85 85

Hotel information

Bedrooms

20 rooms.

Facilities

Bar, restaurant, lift, terrace,garden, swimming pool, parking.

Background music

Yes.

Children

Yes, cots and extra beds available.

Smoking

No smoking in the hotel.

Credit cards

All major cards accepted.

Prices

Standard double room from €150.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

In a large park with statues, benches, and lily pond with fountain, this 18th-century manor house, former home of the Marquis de Germigney, is now a luxury hotel (Relais & Châteaux). Run by Vanessa and Arnauld Baert, it is in a holiday village by the River Loue. Furnishings are antique and contemporary; modern fabrics combine with original features, pictures and sculptures. Visitor comments: ‘Dinner was excellent, with superb service. Interesting furnishings throughout.’ ‘Everything was light and bright.’ ‘Fantastic flowers. Our room was huge and peaceful.’ But one couple found their bathroom ‘poky’. For meals, there is a formal dining room, with chandeliers, an orangery, and a ‘huge and elegant’ covered dining terrace. The chef, Pierre Basso Moro, wins a Michelin star for his contemporary cuisine. ‘A plus point: half-portions of some dishes could be ordered.’ The owners also have a bistro in the village that has a Michelin Bib Gourmand.

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Château de Germigney
Rue Edgar Faure
Port-Lesney
Franche-Comte
39600

Guest comments

'Vanessa and Arnauld Baert are a lovely couple and have excellent, happy staff. The grounds are wonderful. The new swimming pool is environmentally friendly, with 100 percent narural water. Bicycles are available, and there are charging points for electric cars. The restaurant has a warm, cosy feel. Simple but subtle menus use local suppliers. The new vegetarian menu is worth two stars. Plenty of choice at breakfast including eggs cooked to order. More like an English manor house than a castle. The surrounding area is charming . Very good value for money. ' - Pat and Jeremy Temple - September, 2017

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