Chateau de Mailly 19th Century Residence

The 19th Century Residence

Built by the Heurtebise family in 1848, the nineteenth century residence, built into the cliff's edge, benefits from panoramic views, overlooking the waterways and the village below.

On the ground floor are the living areas which include a large salon opening out onto the back terrace a dining room and a large country kitchen, opening out onto a balcony where one can enjoy breakfast in the morning sun, with lovely views of the cliffs in the distance.

The seven bedrooms are divided into two wings. The south wing, overlooking the valley, has two lodgings, a two room suite and a double room, both benefiting from magnificent views.

The east wing, overlooking the courtyard, consists of four bedrooms, three with en suite bathrooms, and one with a bathroom accessed in the hall.