Staying at Vaudrémont Castle

Josephine Room

Named after the swan that glides like a magnolia flower across the moat, this vast 50 square metre room has a perfectly unobstructed view of a landscape of wooded hills.

In its gold and light setting, this room has a large four-poster bed, a small sitting area and a bathroom with shower.

150 € per night

Emilie Suite

Named after Emilie du Châtelet, the eminent scientist and mistress of Voltaire, our neighbour in her castle of Cirey, there are three blue rooms in a row at your disposal with a surface area of 75 square metres: a double bed and a bathroom with shower, a living room and a bathroom with bathtub.

The atmosphere is true to the spirit of the place with its view of the moat and the forests in the distance.

250 € per night

Emilie Suite

Named after Emilie du Châtelet, the eminent scientist and mistress of Voltaire, our neighbour in her castle of Cirey, there are three blue rooms in a row at your disposal with a surface area of 75 square metres: a double bed and a bathroom with shower, a living room and a bathroom with bathtub.

The atmosphere is true to the spirit of the place with its view of the moat and the forests in the distance.

250 € per night

The Lady in White

This wood-panelled and light-filled room is a dreamy observatory over the moat and the neighbouring forest.

1 double bed + 2 single beds
Bathroom

120 €/night including breakfast

Madame de Vaudrémont

Named after one of Balzac’s heroines, this art room, with its three majestic bookcases, borrows from roses the harmony of their colours and a setting conducive to reverie and writing…

150 € per night

Madame de Vaudrémont

Named after one of Balzac’s heroines, this art room, with its three majestic bookcases, borrows from roses the harmony of their colours and a setting conducive to reverie and writing…

150 € per night

« Although Vaudrémont Castle retains an apparent solemnity from its origins, the spirit that animates it is of a completely different nature. Already, in a mischievous wink, its two facades, one a chalky white and the other a pinkish tone, recall the two colours of the Champagne wines produced in the region, further north. The moat and the large park that surround it underline its romantic character, which is conducive to creative genius. And this is what it is destined to do today. The arts of living and of living well are celebrated here in many joyful and festive events that punctuate the year according to the seasons. Lovers of history, storytelling, theatre, music, visual arts, photography, gastronomy and exchange, let the party begin! »

(Patrice Besse)

Short visit

Peace and quiet are guaranteed at the castle. Everything is conducive to a change of scenery and rest far from the hustle and bustle of the cities.

Private parking in the castle’s inner courtyard.

All our guests will benefit from 400 square meters on the ground floor of the castle with a billiard room, a music room equipped with a ¼ grand piano, a bar, a “Renaissance” room for breakfasts…