An Outstanding Site For Shootings
In one of the smallest villages of Ile-de-France, only 25 minutes from Paris, the Château de Châtenay will surprise you with its size and beauty. This 45-acre historic park, designed in the 19th century by landscape designer Louis-Sulpice Varé, who is also the author of the Bois de Boulogne, is one of the few romantic gardens preserved in their original integrity.
The breathtaking view from the terrace of the castle has inspired many artists.
“A very beautiful place, quiet and serene.”
The Château is a Louis XIIIth-styled mansion with harmonious facades of brick and stone; its salons and bedrooms are a perfect blend of comfort, charm and conviviality. From the salons, one can contemplate the intimate and romantic park as well as a wider view of the surrounding forests of Halatte and Ermenonville.
A magnificent example of industrial architecture with its riveted steel roof structure and glass façade, the Orangery is reminiscent of Baltard's work and the greenhouses of Kew Gardens in London. Airy and bright, it can accommodate 200 people and bulky equipment on 2 levels of 200 m² each. The 6-acre adjacent garden, exposed to the south, can host any temporary structure.
In the 18th century farmhouse, the paved courtyard has kept its original charm.
THE CASTLE chatenay
RETURN FROM THE HUNT
room with panelling
A 45-acre Historic Park
over the forest landscape