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There are places on Earth, particularly in France, which are well worth a stop if you are looking to enjoy a charming one-night break (or more). Valentine’s Day, a birthday, a marriage proposal, a luxury break, or whatever... Here at La Maison de la Maille we have a list of six attractive venues to offer you for an idyllic moment wrapped in a La Maison de la Maille throw, with no need to board a plane. The perfect ethical choice.



Hotel? Nope. Guesthouse? Not exactly. Atypical? Absolutely. In the heart of the Champagne region, in lush natural surroundings with a wealth of nuances, the Domaine Alexandre Bonnet and its vines are all that lovers of bubbly could wish for. Quite apart from its high quality production, this champagne estate offers its guests a once-in-a-lifetime experience in the form of a tiny house on its property carved in limestone, with its pines, vines and fields providing an infinite variety of landscapes.

Where? 138 Rue du Général de Gaulle, 10340 Les Riceys



Just 50 minutes away from Paris, the 4-star L’Aigle Noir Hotel is high on the list of luxury places to stay which steers clear of bling. Dating back to 1764, the estate is a marvelous spot featuring both ancient architecture and contemporary decor subtly combined with the codes of the period. The resulting whole is both chic and romantic, but never ostentatious. The perfect destination to relax and unwind not far from the forest of Fontainebleau and enjoy the different services the hotel has to offers.

Where? 27 Pl. Napoléon Bonaparte, 77300 Fontainebleau



Who wants to spend a night in a 17th century château? Me first! A real temple of chic and romanticism, Le Mans Country Club is a sight for sore eyes with its sublime building and its 54 acres of ancient trees. Inside, we find a luxury 4-star hotel with a contemporary feel that tastefully preserves the traditional codes of this former hunting lodge. A place to sleep, eat, unwind and forget about everything.

Where? Chemin de la Ragotterie 72530 Yvré-l'Évêque



A magnificent address right in the heart of the highly sought-after district of Bellecote in Courchevel, the Lily Of The Valley chalet offers six double en-suite rooms and a stunning view of the snow-capped (or not) mountain. And because there is no point denying yourself this pleasure, this modest 700m2 pad built on five levels also offers an indoor swimming pool, a massage room, a fitness area and a cinema to make the experience an unforgettable one. What more could you ask for? Ideal for recharging your batteries in the great outdoors while enjoying an irresistibly prestigious setting.

Where? Quartier Bellecôte, 73120 Courchevel


Just 10 minutes away from Tours and surrounded by the châteaux of the Loire, the Domaine de la Tortinière is a charming hotel which, as you will have noticed from the six places that we are singing the praises of here, perfectly combines the elegance of chic decoration with a tasteful contemporary feel that is both understated and relaxing. A place to enjoy a rest, make the most of an incredibly romantic setting and treat yourself to a cultural outing that you would be foolish not to take up. And the icing on the cake? The restaurant, which offers gastronomic or bistro-style cuisine to cater for all tastes.

Where? 10 Rte de Ballan, 37250 Veigné


This place has maximum WOW factor. We are saying it because the Belle Étoile suite, housed in one of the capital’s most beautiful palaces, le Meurice, is the very height of luxury. A place that inspires reverie, dazzles with its beauty and takes your breath away (poetic, eh?). We are talking here about a 650m2 penthouse suite that has been visited by some of the biggest stars passing through Paris. And perhaps us one day, who knows?

Where? 228 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris

Article écrit par Laura Isaaz


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