Chateau de la Resle

Rooms 6
The Original Johan Bouman & Pieter Franssens

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The Original Johan Bouman & Pieter Franssens
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—Romance blossoms in an ivy-wrapped manor house with the charm and personality of a well-loved private home in the winemaking region of Burgundy.

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    Rooms 6 /The Original Johan Bouman & Pieter Franssens

    Crowning a hill in the renowned winemaking region of Burgundy, Château de la Resle has the charm and personality of a well-loved private home. The six elegant rooms and suites are taken care of by Dutchmen Johan Bouman and Pieter Franssens, who invite guests to share the French, ivy-wrapped manor house they painstakingly restored. Adding to the feeling of romance and exclusivity is Johan and Pieter’s personal collection of contemporary art and design, which attracts fellow connoisseurs from around the world.

    From the château, which sits on the edge of an 800-hectare hunting forest, there are bucolic views down the valley of Montigny la Resle. The wine village of Chablis – that gives its name to one of the most famous white wines in France – is also just a short drive away. Exploring the area is a delight, but guests are equally happy to unwind at the château’s spa, soak in the azure pool, or relax by a sizzling open fire with a glass of the château’s own Chablis.

    Nearest Airport
    ORY - Paris Orly
    Food & Drink
    Restaurant
    Spa & Recreation
    Cardio Vascular Equipment, Heated Outdoor Pool, Indoor/Outdoor Pool, Sauna
    Services
    Breakfast Buffet, Parking, Welcome Gift

    Rooms & Suites

    The six rooms and suites span between 35 and 125 square meters, and all offer a bathroom with a rain shower. While Room Irancy and Room Chablis, both at 35 square meters, feature an antique cupboard with a coffee machine, Suite Vézelay and Suite Fontenay both cover two floors at a total of 75 square meters each. A spiral staircase connects the two floors, and the two suites each play host to a living room with a writing desk and a bathroom with a bathtub. The 60-square-meter Suite Saint Bris offers the same as the Suite Vézelay and Suite Fontenay as well as boasting a fully equipped kitchen, and the Suite Noyers—also spanning two floors covering 125 square meters in total—features a living room with a sofa bed, a dressing room, a dining room, and a fully equipped kitchen.

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    Interior Design

    Subtle colors, works of contemporary art, and elegant furnishings create spaces of modern simplicity that embellish original architectural elements from the 17th century.

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    Architecture

    On a manicured plot in Burgundy sits a cream-colored and ivy-detailed mansion, topped by around tower, a navy-blue roof, and brickwork chimneys.

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    Architecture

    On a manicured plot in Burgundy sits a cream-colored and ivy-detailed mansion, topped by around tower, a navy-blue roof, and brickwork chimneys.

    Learn more

    Interior Design

    Subtle colors, works of contemporary art, and elegant furnishings create spaces of modern simplicity that embellish original architectural elements from the 17th century.

    Learn more

    MADE BY ORIGINALS

    Johan Bouman and Pieter Franssens

    It didn’t take long for Burgundy’s vineyards and châteaux to cast a spell over Dutchmen Johan Bouman and Pieter Franssens. They originally came to France to set up a subsidiary of the food company they ran in the Netherlands, but ended up buying a château of their own. Completely renovating the expansive country mansion and turning it into a home became a true labor of love, which they decided to share with other art and design lovers around the world. The result is a hotel that twinkles with personality, and invites guests to share a wonderful collection of artworks with the people who collected them.

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