LE CHÂTEAU

HISTORY

It is since more than eight centuries that are connected the History of Gascony and that of the founder of this Chateau located south of Dordogne. He settled in the 12th century in the South-West of France on the territory of a Roman notable and during the next four centuries, he and his descendants left on the region their indelible mark. They are, in turn, crossed or consuls and participate in the construction of the bastide village (the oldest in Gascony). They are part of these local personalities who bequeathed to us castles, cathedrals and passionate legends.

 

Later, in the sixteenth century, one of their descendants, it is said, initiated his entourage to the rites of Armagnac, the oldest "eau de vie" in France. At the beginning of the XXth century, the family of the current owners acquires the domain and develops there its own brand of Armagnac, until placing it among the most requested values ​​of the French gastronomy.

 

Then the "Vignes de Victoire" took over. They produce for the property two wines of Gascony, white and red, reserved exclusively for the visitors of the Chateau.

 
 

ACCOMMODATION

The Château offers up to 63 accommodations on site : 5 ensuites with private bathrooms (for 11 pax), 3 gites with suites and bedrooms (for 20 pax), Family North Gite (for 8 pax), and the « White Nights’ Space» is an unusual and unique « refuge » where young and less young people can rest and sleep, ensuring their safe return home and avoiding the dangers of driving late (24 accommodations available, 14 single beds and 5 double beds– bathroom with 2 double showers)

The Suite South West
The largest and most charming of the rooms of the Castle. Perfect nest for newlyweds. It presents a delicious escape to the solarium and the pool by a romantic covered walkway roses in season.
The Grey Bedroom
The only room with library and boudoir adjacent. A fresco depicting a soldier of the Prussian army with his bugle of the war of 1870, was bequeathed to us in mural painting by an unknown and forgotten occupant ...
The White Bedroom
The "Architect Room" perhaps the most original of the Castle. Its bathroom, enhanced by a simple step in double arc, opens in the same volume.
The Cachemire Bedroom
The only corner room of the Castle opening on the two parks East and South. Very masculine atmosphere, his bathroom is decorated way "liner".
The Blue Bedroom
One of the largest rooms of the Castle offering a permanent extra bed.
The Porche Bedroom
The Apricot Bedroom
A charming little window behind the bed opens on the Court of Honor
The North East Gîte
A luxurious and modern cottage, ideal for a family of 6 ++ in search of independence. It has 3 bathrooms and private toilets, 2 Suites (one upstairs), another double room on the ground floor, a private garden of about 450 m² with garden furniture and barbecue north protects from heat waves.
The Triplex Gîte
Charming house crossing, ideal for a family of 4/5 people. 2 double bedrooms with private bathrooms and toilets upstairs, 2 single beds on the mezzanine overlooking the living room with fully equipped kitchen and fireplace. Barbecue and garden furniture available in the shade of linden.
The White Nights' Space
A "unique and unusual refuge" in which young people can rest and sleep, to avoid the dangers of the road at night; they can return home safely. With a maximum capacity of 24 people (6 double beds and 12 single beds), it includes a shower room with showers, toilets, a corner "hair dryer" and a baby area with TV, DVD player, park toys, cribs, high chairs and toys.
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PARK & RECEPTION AREAS

For your receptions, this secret domain, which is nestled in four hectares of park, offers two rare Chais, where armagnac used to be stored. Beautifully restored with massive beamed ceilings, ancient stone walls and wonderful acoustics, they offer the perfect setting for events from 50 to 500 people. There is also an enormous caterer space, a rest room and parking . All surrounded by fields and vineyards.

Château de Malliac

32250 Montréal-du-Gers

France

Tel : +33 (0) 5 62 29 43 21

contact@chateau-de-malliac.com

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