An 1h 30min away from Paris, the Chateau de Pont-Chevron offers an idyllic setting, full of history, elegance and refinement providing comfortable setting for weddings, cocktail parties and receptions.
After an extensive renovation, we have pleasure to welcome you in refined and comfortable setting of our 300m2 Reception House ‘La Maison de Réception’
We are looking forward to discuss all details of your desired event so that is entirely satisfies your expectations. With our attention to detail and we can make it a beautiful and a long lasting memory for you and all your guests.
Our carpark is closed and secured during the whole celebration. The access to the chateau is through the old park overlooking the palace and the lake.
There are 13 double rooms, one room with disabled access that can be available for your guests.
Also, upon request we can offer dinners before reception and brunch the following day.
- With access for the disabled
- étang de 27 ha
- 13 bedrooms
Areas at your disposal: Castle/manor, Outbuildings, Park, Communs.
salle de la verrière de 140 m²
salle de l'escalier de 100 m²
salle de 60 m²
la salle se situe des les communs du château avec vue directe sur le château.
The mansion comprises 3 rooms
- Pre-selected catering : No
- Possible accommodation on the premises : Yes
From €3,950 to €5,950
- With access for the disabled
3 seminar rooms (total expanse: 300 m²)
Residential and semi-residential seminars
Total capacity: 28 guests
Rental is available for a one-day seminar
- Nearby city: Ouzouer-sur-Trézée (4km)
- Nearby city: Briare (9km)
- Distance from Paris: from 60 to 120 miles
- Nearby airport: Orly (155 km)
- Nearby station: Gien (11 km)
- Église Saint-Martin d'Ouzouer-sur-Trézée
This charming village that still bears the traces of the Gallo-Roman era, is proud of its twelfth century church and a half-timbered houses from the sixteenth century.
- Le Pont-Canal de Briare, was built by Gustave Eiffel and is a surprising work of art piece of engineering as it is a bridge that carries water. Built in the nineteenth century, between 1890 and 1896, it allows boats of the Canal Lateral a la Loire to go over this river, for a faster and safer communication.
- Faïencerie de Gien et son musée, founded in 1821 by an Englishman from Stoke-on-Trent, Thomas Hall. Mr. Hall wanted to introduce fine English earthenware to the French, also known as “faience” in France. 190 years later, Gien is an integral part of France’s cultural heritage, praised by many around the world. The factory and its production provide a testimony of the social history it witnessed. You will discover precious and rare pieces made for universal exhibitions, tableware utility, and decorative objects of exceptional cultural value.
- Le Château de Guédelon, in the heart of an old quarry where every day, "workers" build before your eyes a castle from the 13th century. They use no modern tools, the castle is constructed entirely with use of the same techniques and authentic tools that have been used in the 13th century.