Chateau de Courcelles is located inside an historical triangle, formed
by the towns of Reims, Laon and Soissons: it is about 25 Km from the
latter and is approximately an hour from Paris. Its architecture is of
the purest Louis XIV style, built in 1690-1694 towards the end of the
long reign of the Sun King, builder of Versailles. Château de Courcelles
comprises 13 Rooms and 5 Suites, a gourmet restaurant, a bar, a
reading-room furnished in the XVIII Century style and a terrace where
one may be served meals.
Chateau de Courcelles has a park, and it occupies a surface of 20 ha. In
fact, guests at the Chateau will have friendly service, comfortable,
individually styled rooms and exquisite haute cuisine accompanied by a
long list of exceptional champagnes. Cross the threshold of this
magnificent XVIIth Century Chateau, set in the midst of an enchanting
parkland, and you will understand why Racine, La Fontaine, the Dumas,
father & son and Jean Cocteau (who designed the staircase banister) fell
under its spell.