This marvelous castle, dating back to the 12th century rebuilt then in the nineteenth century in Louis XIII style and later enlarged by the famous Architect Jean-Bélizare Moreau (1828-1899) it was finally restored in 2008 by the Architect Patrizia D'Amato Boscolo.
The castle is surrounded by 36 hectares of parkland. A few meters away is a beautiful swimming pool with a sunbathing area equipped with sun umbrellas and sun loungers and a large sunny terrace with a splendid view of the Allier Valley.
The structure of the building consists of a rectangular three-storey body, plus the last level represented by an impressive attic and three quadrangular pavilions.
Here we have the large Hall of the castle dominated by a splendid oak staircase, which has been completely renovated and is of great scenographic impact and immediately brings us back to the ancient splendor of the time. Along the central axis there is a large first room, followed by a large living room featuring a large stone fireplace composed of two stone female figures supporting an importantly carved architrave, always in giant order, with neo-gothic decorations . The large windows and high ceilings (five meters) give the salon an immense brightness. On the left we can access the Library. An articulated reading area with antique leather sofas, English model and small armchairs open up to a black marble fireplace, with a Renaissance design that completes this salon in a welcoming way. Also along the central axis there are the Music Room and Il Fumoir, since this last collection is very welcoming and in perfect harmony with the hall that anticipates, from here you can access the large dining room. The latter is, like the large living room, very scenic, surrounded by tall windows facing the beautiful park that surrounds the castle. The dominant color is blue France. A large table and important chandeliers complete the environment.
Returning to the main atrium through another atrium-cloakroom, you can access the Cucia. A modern kitchen, with a design that recalls those cast iron wood-working, from the early '900, fits well in the context of the project guidelines and that together with striped wallpaper with floral curtains and antique terracotta floors decorated with ceramic tiles, they make elegant and welcoming even this environment where daily family activities take place.
Going upstairs through an airy atrium with a balcony on the entrance staircase, you enter a long corridor that leads to the different Suites of the owners and guests. Each suite and their respective bathrooms, each have a different color, however always combined with the yellow-gold color that is, as we have found in the halls, the common thread. So we will find again to follow: the green suite, the pink one, blue France, and ivory. All the furnishings and fabrics in precious silk of the curtains are always harmoniously combined. In each suite there are always oak boiserie with refined wallpaper and a beautiful marble fireplace, different for architectural design and marble but always decorated with refined vintage ceramics.
It is unimaginable the beauty of this floor, completely open, occupies the entire surface of the castle plan. The real masterpiece is the masterful work of carpentry, made of oak beams with impressive castings. Free Wifi