Set on more than 270 acres and against woodland and wheat fields, Chateau d'Augerville is a historic four-star hotel that was transformed in the 1990's to include a superb 18-hole golf course. Designed by architect Olivier Dongradi, the layout is both fun and challenging as it utilizes the rolling landscape, strategically positioned ponds and a selection of elevated tees amongst rock outcroppings that are familiar in the Fontainebleau area. The exclusive property, which is upgrading to include an extensive array of luxurious amenities - including a specialized culinary school and spa, is set to become one of France's most sought after golf and leisure destinations.
Chateau d'Augerville features 40 bedrooms including eight suites within the Chateau and its two 17th century historical annexes, combining luxury, tradition and French charm. French cuisine is a common-theme throughout, with guests able to take their own culinary courses or eat in the prestigious residence's restaurant in honor of its original owner. In addition, the superb Bistro du Chateau includes terraces with views overlooking the golf course and the Chateau's very own confectioner, Les Douceurs d'Augerville offers a large selection of handmade chocolate.