The lobby appears from the brochure to be medium sized and with very distinctive whitewashed brick walls with red pillars and a marble floor. Very traditional and yet cosy at the same time.
As its name suggests, this is a traditional chateau.
The bedrooms appear to be large and luxuriously decorated with a predominantly peach and beige decor although the furntiure is a little old fashioned. The bathrooms are also dated but elegant at the same time with a speckled black and brown marble decor.
The chateau is home to the famous "le trefle a quatre restaurant with its gourmet food and extremely deluxe with views overlooking the surrounding countryside.