Chateau La Chutelière has five bedrooms: three on the first floor and two on the ground floor. Each bedroom is luxuriously and comfortably furnished in a distinct style with artefacts acquired through work and travel over many years.
The entrance to the chateau across the footbridge takes you onto the first floor, with its vast, elegant hallway space, warm chestnut parquet flooring and 19th Century tall ceilings and shuttered windows.
Immediately opposite the front door across the hallway is the lounge/playroom. On the right hand side of the hallway is the library, the music room and one bedroom: India. On the left, two further bedrooms, Art Deco and China.
Bedroom 1 – India – is a large elegant bedroom, bright and airy and beautifully appointed with artefacts from India. The room faces the front garden across the dry moat, with three tall shuttered windows, an en-suite bathroom and a superking bed. A single bed and/or cot can easily be added.
Bedroom 2 – China – is a peaceful bedroom, facing across the poplar grove at the back of the house. Stylishly furnished with Chinese themed artefacts, it has a single tall shuttered window, a double bed and en-suite facilities in the tower, which has a small shuttered window overlooking the canal.
Bedroom 3 – Art Deco - is a very large bedroom facing the front garden across the dry moat, with three tall shuttered windows and an en-suite bathroom. The room is luxuriously furnished and appointed in the art deco style with a superking bed. A further single bed and/or cot can easily be added.
The ground floor bedrooms can be accessed by the spiral staircase leading from the library and from the lounge/playroom at the back of the chateau.
Bedroom 4 - Persia – is a light, comfortable bedroom located on the ground floor and accessed via a small corridor next to the kitchen. With a single shuttered window facing across the back garden, it has a king bed and immediate access to a large shared bathroom/wet room. The room has an historic feel with its deep walls and a stone floor and is decorated and appointed with both ancient and modern artefacts from Central Asia and the Middle East.
Bedroom 5 – Bunk – is a large cool bedroom on the ground floor accessed via a small corridor leading from the kitchen. It has two windows overlooking the dry moat, stone flooring, six single bunk beds and immediate access to a large shared bathroom with a bath for up to four people.