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Chateau d'Artigny

Chateau d'Artigny began her life as a fortress during the Hundred Years War (1337 – 1453). 

Parfumier Francois Coty did not approve of the 'restorations' over the years so in 1912,  commissioned the building of a new chateau in 18th century style. 

He had grand visions for his chateau, which took 17 years to complete. 

He only enjoyed 5 years there before his death, then the creditors stepped in.


However, World War II then swept across Europe and the Chateau was occupied by the Germans and was later an annex of the Tours Hospital (think Downton Abbey!) It returned to Coty's heir, his daughter Christiane in 1947.


In 1959 it was purchased by an hotelier with a grand vision and has been an hotel since 1961.


Some of the chambres (bedrooms) at the castle

We have secured conference rates including breakfast of pastries, jam, bread, yoghurts, cheeses, smoked salmon, scrambled eggs, sausages and fruit salad.

Email us with the number of people in your party (adults and children) and we will come back to you with some options.

Facilities at the Chateau

Chateau d'Artigny bills itself as a luxury hotel and comes with luxurious traditional French bedrooms, a day spa, restaurant (serving 3 meals per day) and bar.   

For those staying at the Chateau, a daily cooked breakfast and dinner on 22 September 2018 are included with your accommodation. 

Please email us to book accommodation.

The Bartender is award winning and the bar (which is housed in the former library) is included in the World's Best Bars

Getting to the Chateau

The Chateau is about 1 hour by train from Paris Montparnasse to Tours on the TGV.   

It is then only 15 kms to the Chateau. 

We recommend booking a rental car, to really enjoy the area

For those who like to arrive in style, the Chateau does have its own helipad....

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