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Chateau de flee is not a hotel nor a B and B, but rather it is an experience all its own. It is that of being a privileged guest in a beautiful home with warm hospitality and magnificent surroundings! The Bachs are wonderful people as...More
I have to say we really enjoyed this Chateau. What a history that it was built and owned by Louis XV's Treasurer. A magnificent place to stop and relax for a few days. Marc and his wife made us feel at home with Lunar the...More
Staying at Chateau de Flee is like time travel in history of France! Its not just some French Chateau its life project of the owners Marc and Danielle who spend already 30 years doing restorations of an old 18th century building. They will welcome you...More
I don't think these few sentences will quite sum up our experience at Fleé....magical, authentic, welcomed and charmed are a few words that spring to mind though.
Having planned a trip to Annecy and back via car, I researched somewhere to stay in the Côte...More
Chateau de Flee is the best private accommodation my wife and I have ever stayed at in our 13 years of world traveling together. The property belonged to the Treasurer of Louis XV back in the 1760s and I must say every bit of the...More
US$ 262 - US$ 328 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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