Alexandra Palace is currently being renovated and will open its doors again in 2019.
A national treasure
Château du Petit Chêne in Mazières-en-Gâtine is a national treasured estate in France as a registered French historical monument. It sits amidst 160 unspoiled acres of wooded park land, lakes and offers a spectacular 18-hole golf course, restaurant and soon-to-be-opened four-star hotel and spa. Built by the Viault family in the 1600’s, the Château has had just three owners. The last owner planned to convert the Château into a boutique luxury hotel, but was forced to abandon the renovation. La Grande Maison Younan Collection bought the property to expand the vision, renovate the property and the grounds and restore the estate to its original beauty and historical significance. Renovations to the main Château began in late 2015 and included carefully restoring interior and exterior finishes, adding new luxury guest suites and the renovation and launch of a redesigned restaurant and spectacular wine cellar.
UPDATE: In March of 2016, Château du Petit Chêne suffered a severe fire that resulted in closure of the castle. Renovations again are underway that will bring the castle to a new level of luxury and ensure its status as a registered historical monument. The Château du Petit Chêne will reopen in 2019 under the name of Alexandra Palace. The golf course and dining remain open throughout the renovation.Reserve your stay
Golf du Petit Chêne
Golf du Petit Chêne was designed and built by Robert Berthet, designer of 45 international golf courses. The 18-hole golf course, which is open to the public, is masterfully designed among the wooded landscape and numerous lakes and offers a 6-hole pitch and putt, driving range with 30 covered bays, pro shop, and dining and locker rooms. International golf course manager, Blue Green Saur Group, provides management through a 20-year lease of the golf course.Reserve online
Golf du Petit Chêne