House for rent from £ 576/day in Saint Germain en LayeName/Address: Chateau D'alsace
It was originally the residence of the Duke of Noailles, Marshal of France under the reign of Louis XIV, the Sun King.
The property was built in 1679 by the famous architect Mansart, who was responsible for the design of the Château de Versailles and for the reconstruction of the Château Vieux, the royal residence of Saint Germain en Laye.
In an estate combing modern elegance and traditional décor, you’ll find yourself plunged into the world of the French aristocracy in the time of absolute monarchy.
The present building is what remains of the palace after the ravages of the French Revolution.
The property is on 4 floors.
On the ground floor you will find:
- A large lounge opening onto the garden, with piano and fireplace
- A relaxation area with table-football
- A beautiful dining room
- A fully equipped kitchen (table, chairs, oven, microwave, gas cooker, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and all necessary kitchen utensils)
- An office with a single bed
On the three further floors, you will find:
- A bathroom with a bathtub and a separate WC on each floor
- A bedroom with a king size bed and large dressing room
- Three bedrooms with double beds (one with 2 singles that can be put together)
- 2 bedrooms with single beds (one of which is a sofa bed)
- A lounge with a TV
- A laundry room equipped with a washing machine and a tumble dryer
On the ground floor, the rooms open onto a large tree-lined garden, an exceptional asset in the heart of Saint Germain en Laye and especially so close to Paris.
As well as being nice to look at, the garden is also very well equipped.
It contains high-quality garden furniture (1 wrought iron table and 10 chairs, as well as one table and 3 chairs in teak), a ping pong table, chaises longues, and football nets for young and old alike.
The garden is very large and offers a welcome retreat from the hectic bustle of life in this little historic town and from the buzz of Paris.