Le Mans Classic 2018 exclusive luxury chateau accommodation packages at the stunning Chateau La Cour Notre Dame.
Chateau la Cour Notre Dame is a superb 14th century chateau located in the village of Avoise, south of the Le Mans 24 Hour circuit and is a private family home and not a hotel.
The extensive gardens are beautiful with breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.
The chateau houses a splendid dining room, plus extensive landscaped gardens. There are 8 individually decorated bedrooms in the chateau, most with en-suite facilities, with others sharing facilities.
Our prices are based on a minimum 4 nights B&B in a chateau bedroom with two people sharing.
Also available as options are our Thursday welcome buffet & Sunday farewell BBQ, both of which will take place at Chateau de Dobert.
In addition you can also join us for Friday 3 course lunch at the Hotel de France (Le Mans Classic only) and also Saturday 3 course dinner at Auberge des Hunaudiers situated right on the Mulsanne straight.
Prices range from £288.00 to £448.00 per person for 4 nights B&B based on two sharing a bedroom, please contact us to check current availability and to request a booking form.
• Welcome drinks & canapes
• Free WIFI access
• Pair of numbered roundels for your car
• Route information
Thursday evening welcome buffet @ £32.00 PP, Friday 4 course lunch at Hotel De France @ £48.00 PP (LM Classic only), Saturday 4 course dinner at Auberge des Hunaudieres @ £48.00 PP, Sunday farewell dinner @ £34.00 PP. The buffet & dinner will be held at Chateau de Dobert.
Both can also provide you with parking passes and grandstand tickets. It is advised that these are ordered well in advance. Circuit access tickets can also be purchased at the gate on the day.
Ferries & Eurotunnel
Should you need to book a ferry or the Eurotunnel, then we are pleased to recommend our partner the Hendersons Travel Group who can assist with all your requirements. Let one of their experienced and friendly staff take the hassle out of booking.
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Built on the ruins of a 14th century lookout hill and defensive tower, this "Gentilhommière" (the local Court of Justice in the 16th century) was transformed into a private residence in the 17th century.
The house has kept many of its original features: the large oak staircase leading to the 1st floor (the banister and handrail in wrought iron are exceptional), there are terra cotta tiles on all 3 levels and exposed wooden beams on the ground and 1st floors, the windows (more than 2 meters high) in solid oak still retaining their wrought iron fixtures, the thick walls provide natural insulation that keeps the house cool in summer.
On the ground floor there is a large living room with a very large fireplace and separate dining area, plus a living room renovated in the 18th century style with wood panelling.
On the 1st floor there the following bedrooms:-
1 Master bedroom with attached bathroom (bathtub/shower, sink) and separate toilet
1 Double bedroom
1 Twin bedroom
Bathroom with shower,2 sinks and separate toilet
On the 2nd floor there are the following bedrooms, each with sink:-
2 Double bedrooms
4 Single bedrooms
2 bathrooms (1 with double sinks, shower and bathtub; 1 with a bathtub)
There are more than 5.5 acres of gardens and meadow featuring an alley of hundred year-old linden trees, a variety of roses, plants and flowers, maple trees, etc.
There is a heated swimming pool and WIFI is available everywhere in the house. In addition there is plenty of secure parking for your car.
Phone. 0141 956 5626
Mobile. 07876 211785