The Castellane, our gourmet restaurant

A beautiful setting

In the art of French living, gastronomy holds an essential place! At the Louis XIII restaurant this holds true, both by the setting provided and by the quality of its cuisine!

It is called the Briffaut dining room after the name of the pond at the Beauvois Castle. For lunch and dinner, you are welcomed into this beautiful room with its high ceilings, white marble floor, and large windows overlooking the terrace and grounds. A setting both warm and bright with a beautiful period fireplace, in the hearth of which crackles a nice flame in the winter. Enjoy the unique view over dinner at the Castellane Restaurant!

Weather permitting, the large terrace allows enjoying the sunny days with stunning views out over the French gardens. Taupieres with picturesque shapes, large flag stones, and flower beds... A superb setting in which to enjoy the cuisine of the Louis XIII. 

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A recognized Chef, fine cuisine

The Chef is native to the region; he knows well the local products and flavors. He enjoys bringing the typical dishes of French cuisine up to date, while working with local producers who know the land, who work it every day, and respect its identity. At the same time, his close relationship with the famous Chef Marc Veyrat gave him a refined taste for herbs and vegetables. His favorite products? Those picked in the wild; his "particular favorite" in his words is wild asparagus. The result: a tasty efficient cuisine with colorful gourmet dishes.

As for wine, the dishes will be paired with those from Bordeaux, Burgundy... without overlooking of course the light and fruity Loire Valley wines!

The Bar

The Prieuré Bar wonderfully embodies the spirit of both classic and contemporary refinement and chic relaxation ! Beautiful white tiles accented with large black and gold carpets, large armchairs and two-person Louis XVI style benches, also in black and gold, mahogany paneling, and tasseled chandeliers... An aperitif before dinner, a digestive afterwards? Enjoy them with the Loire River and its valley looking on!