Chateau de Jalesnes is a destination hotel wedding venue located in Pays de la Loire, France. Its architecture boasts sights such as towered apexes and stone masonry against landscaped gardens. This location offers a timeless and romantic location to exchange vows or hold receptions. The adjacent Loire Valley abounds with French culture and recreational opportunities from wine tasting to hot-air ballooning. With a selection of fully-furnished overnight rooms and various locations across the property to hold wedding events, this venue provides a luxurious location that blends traditional elegance with modern hospitality, covering the essentials of every special occasion.
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From intimate gatherings to large-scale celebrations hosting upwards of 500 guests, there is a comprehensive selection of spaces available at Chateau de Jalesnes. The experience of privately renting the entire chateau comes lit by both warm fireplaces and stained-glass windows. Inside the historic structure as well as on its surrounding property, this venue offers locations for wedding occasions in the following locations:
- Salon for musicians
- Private gallery space
- Dining room with a maximum capacity of 16 guests
- Circular Ante Room designed to host high tea
- Heated swimming pool
- The Chapel of St. Louis for ceremonies of 85 attendees or less
- Two reception rooms, for lounging purposes or cocktail hours
- Exterior property access to 20 acres boasting picnic areas and manicured lawns
Providing guests with a customizable experience while they enjoy the stately furnished rooms and surrounding natural areas of the estate, the services at Chateau de Jalesnes cover an array of guests’ needs. From personal accommodations to event catering, a few of the services available include:
- Welcome packages in private suites
- Michelin-starred, French cuisine catering services
- Helicopter tours
- Deluxe spa services
- Bar and dance floor installations
- Exclusive vendor referrals
The private suites at Chateau des Jalesnes combine tasteful tradition with contemporary interior design. Rooms are available in studio, one or two-bedroom layouts as well as the secluded three-story clock tower option. Included in these accommodations are other featured amenities, such as:
- Spacious interiors full of natural light
- Scenic views of the historic grounds
- Kitchen and dining spaces
- Ground-floor access
Erected in 1610, the current structure dates back to the start of the 17th century of French feudalism. Until the late 19th century, the Chapel of St. Louis was the original resting place of the first Marquis de Jalesnes, Charles de Jalesnes and his wife, Eleonore de Maille-Breze. Renovated in 1862 to include some of its signature architecture, the chateau was again restored in 1886. Throughout the years it has acted as a base for royal residents, convent, WWII headquarters, and nursery. The property entered its current form in 2013.
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