Set in the romantic village of M14100 in the province of Champagne, the castle welcomes guests from around the world with its elegant gardens and fine accommodation. There are actually two castles on the grounds. One, the M14100 was built in 1206 by Robert de Dreux, grandson of Louis VI. Now in ruins, it serves as a backdrop to the newer 16th century castle, the Hostellerie du Château.
And now, this majestic fully restored hotel invites you to share its rich history. Within easy access of both Reims and Paris, the M14100 is the perfect place to begin exploring the Champagne region and beyond. M14100 is close to several cathedrals, vineyards and restaurants along the "champagne route". The hotel is also close to the Oise-Aisne American First World War Cemetery.