Château Garonne on the River Garonne

Château Garonne set beside the River Garonne

An impressive, traditional 16th century château, Château Garonne is set beside the River Garonne in South-West France.

Having been home to the famous Montpezat family for over 3 centuries, it was first renovated in 1850 and then again in 1991, but today the luxury renovated château offering its guests beautifully furnished interiors with paintings and accommodation for up to 14 people.

Guests can enjoy the ancient guards room which today is the dining room, a formal dining room, the red living room and the billiard room.

The 40 hectares surrounding the château is covered by tree plantations with views of the Pyrénées mountains.

Explore the South-West of France and discover a number of castles and forested churches in the region including Cathare fortresses, Saint Sernin Cathedral, Toulouse Lautrec museum and Saint Bertrand abbatial along with a huge number of cultural events held each year.

Toulouse international airport is situated 40 minutes away, offering several daily flights to European capital cities and shuttle services to and from Paris.


Heated swimming pool in Château Garonne grounds

Heated swimming pool in Château Garonne grounds

Living room in Château Garonne

Living room in Château Garonne

Kitchen in Château Garonne

Kitchen in Château Garonne

1 of 7 bedroom in Château Garonne

1 of 7 bedroom in Château Garonne


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