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Hôtel de charme proche du Puy du Fou

Stays imbued with a contemporary take on timeless luxury in the Vendée area's gorgeous countryside.

The spectacular grounds here stretch across 13 hectares of tranquil countryside. The estate's 13 hectares are home to a host of activities. Our hotel comes recommended by the Puy du Fou and Festival de Poupet.

Choose from two luxury accommodation options:

​- ​A stay in the ​C​hâteau itself, in one of the six spacious rooms and suites

​- ​​A stay in one of the four out-building boasting a total of ​24 bedrooms: the Maison du Gardien (caretaker's cottage, located at the entrance to the estate roughly 150 metres away from the Château), the Maison du Régisseur (Manager's House), the Maison du Cheval (Equestrian House) or the Maison du Palefrenier (Groom's House), 50 metres away from the Château.

During your stay at our hotel, make the most of the Château's heated pool.

Foodies are spoilt for choice here thanks to our two restaurants:



La Table du Château

: fine-dining restaurant suitable for business meetings, romantic dinners and dining with family. Booking is advised to ensure you get the opportunity to sample our chefs' menus.

L'Orangerie

: an outdoor grill complete with wine bar where clients can relax and dine late into the night. Open from April to September. Booking advised.

Business meetings, corporate lunches and overnight stop-over stays for professionals:​


For all your meetings, seminars and conferences, the Château de la Barbinière has two large, fully-equipped rooms at your disposal.

The history behind the Château de la Barbinière
Having purchased the La Barbinière estate, General Albert Charles François d’Aviau de Piolant built this mansion where a former royal residence once stood in the early 17th century. He then added a gamekeeper's cottage and a large orangery.