The Golf Course
Located to the south of Paris and only a few hours drive from the Channel ports, this is an excellent golf course resort.
This wonderful and challenging championship course opened in 1995. The woodland layout and water features will punish errand shots but the large greens will tempt you to try and reach them so make sure you find the right position on the well maintained fairways. The last hole has magnificent views of the Chateau.
Other facilities include a well stocked pro-shop, driving range, pitch & putting greens.
|Black Tees||6 230 meters|
|White Tees||5 991 meters|
|Yellow Tees||5 485 meters|
|Blue Tees||4 993 meters|
|Red Tees||4 631 meters|
This luxurious Chateau listed in the 100 golf course resorts in continental Europe is set in 100 acres of beautiful parkland and is just a few miles from Fontainebleau. The centre of Paris is easily accessible.
The hotel’s 40 bedrooms are tastefully decorated in a contemporary style while maintaining a traditional elegance. There’s a huge spa located on two floors with a choice of pampering and treatment packages like hydromassages spaces, a tonic corridor, a counter-current swimming, acquamusical space and tonic spaces.
The Jacques Coeur Restaurant offers a fine dining experience of finest local produce and seasonal menus served in a traditional setting with wood paneled walls and a feature fireplace.
Bistro l’Atelier offers an informal dining experience. Set in a 18th century building that was once the Chateau’s farmhouse, this brasserie offers diners a relaxed and warm atmosphere and has its own bar and outside terrace.
The Château d’Augerville makes and sells it’s own delicious chocolate. You can join the artisan “chocolatier” for a guided tour and enjoy chocolate making & pastry classes.
The Course & Highlights
The Course Map
Our holidays are bespoke to suit you and can include:
- Travel with your preferred choice of transport
- Accommodation with your choice of board
- Transfers on arrival & departure or/and
- Car hire
- A useful guide of the region with maps and great sights to visit
- Score card & course guide when available
- 100% financial protection from insolvency, guaranteeing your travel investment
- Booking with an ATOL flight inclusive licenced tour operator
- TTA member, strict code of conduct and trading standards
WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED
- Local accommodation tax - payable on departure
- Equipment hire
- The carriage of golf clubs/oversized luggage costs
- Drinks & meals unless pre-booked
- Porterage, tips and gratuities
- Car parking charges and tolls
- Personal travel insurance
We will discuss with you and recommend the best holiday to meet your requirements. We endeavour to eventually gain first-hand knowledge of all our products to be able to relay our personal experiences so please ask us for our opinion. Where we have not yet visited, we have at least established a face to face relationship with the supplier which forms the basis of our selection.
Travelling by car
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Eurotunnel Le Shuttle
Taking your own car on the Eurotunnel Le Shuttle is one of the most convenient ways of travelling to France. Crossings only take 35 minutes from Folkestone to Calais, the fastest way to get to the continent by car. The service operates round the clock, 365 days a year.
It has its own motorway junction (11a M20), access to the Passenger Terminal could not be simpler. Before boarding, you drive through both UK and French frontier controls. On arrival you simply drive off the shuttle and onto the European motorway network.
Ferry crossings to France with DFDS
With three different ferry routes from the UK to France, DFDS gives you the choice and flexibility to suit your travel plans. Crossings from Dover to Calais and Dover to Dunkirk, as well as from Newhave to Dieppe, all with comfortable onboard facilities.
Travelling with your car on one of our regular ferry crossings to France means you don’t have to worry about luggage limits, and you can travel around Europe at your own pace.
Travelling by air
Most of the UK airports have at least one flight to France’s 170 arrival points. There are good value fares and short flight times. So, if you forget your golf shoes at home (although not advisable), it might be possible to pop back to get them without breaking the bank and still make your tee time.
Our French Leave Holidays flight-inclusive packages are financially protected by the ATOL scheme. Please refer to our booking conditions or for more information about financial protection and the ATOL certificate visit www.atol.org.uk/ATOLCertificate
Travelling by train
French National Railways (SNCF) has an extensive rail network with direct Eurostar and great onward connecting services. Some courses are a short taxi ride from the nearest train station. Like all public transport, there are fewer luggage restrictions so taking your own equipment is easy if you are prepared to transit with your bags between platforms and trains.
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