Chateau near Paris

Chateau de Carsix

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Chateau de Carsix

Covering: Europe


The chateau hosts private events gathering your family and friends in a privileged setting near Paris.

The Château de Carsix is located in the department of Eure in the region of Haute Normandie. Built in the 18th century, Château de Carsix, is reknown for being one of the three most beautiful chateaux in the Eure department. Sleeps up to 93 guests onsite!

Unforgettable venue which offers many options to suit your desires. It will be a true jewel case for your dream stay. The Chateau de Carsix combines the charm of a rural location with the nobility of a typical 18th century brick and stonework. It was erected at the end of the reign of Louis XV by Philippe du Fay and has its own chapel as well as side pavillions. Before you reach the château, you will be greeted by a broad perspective framed by linden trees. The coat of arms of the family of Faÿ adorn the pediment of the entrance gate leading to the chateau. The entire restoration work respected the 18th century taste. Woodwork featuring in particular in the living rooms and some bedrooms as well as the floors have been restored (parquet Versailles, chimneys trumeaux, etc ...). The overall surface of the Castle is 1,200sqm. With the ancillary buildings, the total covered area amounts to 2,500sqm² in the heart of a wooded park, in a calm environment.

The Château de Carsix is perfectly suited for long wedding weekends as it can be rented exclusively for intimate receptions (less than 50 guests) or for larger events thanks to the Mirror room (100 guests) or marquee accommodating up to 200 seated guests. The chateau offers comfortable accommodation for around thirty guests and up to 90 guests in the gates

It is comprised of:

- A 300sqm ground floor which includes 4 spacious lounges and a large kitchen

- 2 floors dedicated to bedrooms and bathrooms

- A vast basement with magnificent cellars converted into a games room and a museum dedicated to bookends

- A Mirror room of 114m ²

The superb cellars of the chateau house game rooms such as billiard, table football and table tennis. Catholic, Protestant or secular / non-religious ceremonies may take place in the chateau, chapel or on the château grounds.The park, the four halls of the chateau, the room of mirrors and the marquee give you the opportunity to organize a cocktail, a dinner or an evening event whilst still having indoors options.

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