Château de Beauregard

Château de Beauregard

Château de Beauregard at Asnois in the Vienne is a delightful little fortified castle dating from the 15th century. It has been tastefully renovated throughout. It offers a superb view over a valley where the Charente flows. It sleeps 15 comfortably. Renting Beauregard for a week's holiday or a weekend means sharing timeless moments in the heart of nature with family and friends.

1 hour drive of Poitiers and Limoges

15 people

Panoramic view of the Charente

Video projector Giant outdoor games

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Domaine de Beauregard is set in a dominant position, with a magnificent view over the valley where the Charente flows, a peaceful landscape that invites you to dream and contemplate. You can enjoy the park with its giant outdoor games (Mikado, Power 4), play a game of badminton or pétanque, or simply relax in the hammocks. Beauregard is an ideal place for a family holiday. To the south of the property, a beautiful dovecote is listed as a Historic Monument. It provides information about the original size of the estate, which must have been around 1,300 hectares, the number of boulins corresponding to the number of hectares of the property. The estate’s vegetable garden provides seasonal vegetables for your meals.

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Principal living and reception rooms

You can entertain on the ground floor of the château in the large lounge and cosy dining room with its toile de Jouy walls. Your guests will be charmed by the authenticity of the place: period furniture, original stone floors, exposed beams… For intimate evenings with friends and family, the lounge is equipped with a video projector. In the tower with its vaulted ceiling, the kitchen boasts a magnificent monumental fireplace. On the first floor, you can retire to the study or read in the library.

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Our bedrooms

Each of the château’s five bedrooms has its own bathroom. On the ground floor, there is a bedroom for people who have difficulty climbing stairs. There are 4 bedrooms on the first floor. Together, they can accommodate 15 people. The rooms are all different, decorated with refinement. They all offer beautiful views over the park.

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Our Rates

The property is always rented in its entirety to a single family. You have access to the entire château, including the bedrooms and grounds. All running costs are included: heating, water, electricity, and maintenance of the garden and house (initial and final cleaning). Bed linen and towels are provided. Beds are made up on arrival.

Deposit required: €1,500.

Please note that there is a moat around the château.

Season Stay
Low season
Mid season
May, June, September, October We 3days / 2nights 1600 €  
Week 2950 €  
High season
July, August    
Week 2950 €  
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Château de Beauregard is a secret fortified castle. Its original location certainly had a defensive role thanks to its dominant strategic position. Resting on older foundations, its single-storey construction has been dated to around 1487 thanks to a dendrochronological analysis carried out during the felling of a very old cedar, which had been blown down by a storm on the estate. This species was usually planted when large residences were built. In France, the late Middle Ages were marked by the end of the Hundred Years’ War. Although it had been over for a few decades, it was still necessary to defend against possible “coups de force”. King Louis XI died in 1483, and his young son Charles VIII “l’Affable” was crowned the following year. He reigned for only 14 years, dying accidentally in 1498. According to some writings, King Francis I slept at the château. To the south of the property, a beautiful fuye (dovecote), listed as a Historic Monument, provides information on the original size of the estate (1,300 hectares). The number of boulins, nesting boxes used to house pigeons, was proportional to the surface area of the land. In the Middle Ages, raising pigeons provided the estates with an important source of food, as well as fertiliser, a source of wealth for the lord and his people. From 1624 onwards, Beauregard was home to the Monfrebeuf family, all of whom are buried in the church of Saint Hilaire d’Asnois, and later to the Fleury family. Several members of the latter family distinguished themselves by their feats of arms or their erudition. Notably Edouard de Fleury, a talented writer and poet, friend of Lamartine and Lacordaire.

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Activities around

Located in the heart of a region rich in history, the picturesque village of Asnois offers much more than bucolic landscapes and quiet streets. Its surroundings are full of tourist treasures that will delight nature lovers, history buffs and those in search of authenticity. Just a few kilometres from Asnois stands the majestic Château de la Guerche, an architectural relic dating back to the Middle Ages. The winding banks of the Vienne invite you to take a peaceful stroll along the water’s edge.

Whether it’s a bike ride along the shady paths or a stroll in a canoe or kayak, these banks offer a haven of calm and serenity. Fishing enthusiasts will also be delighted to tease trout and pike in these crystal-clear waters. The area around Asnois has walking trails for all abilities. Between lush green forests, peaceful valleys and breathtaking panoramas, walkers can fully immerse themselves in the unspoilt nature of the region.

The Pierre Levée trail is a perfect blend of nature and history. Just a stone’s throw from Asnois, a number of towns offer architectural treasures, including Charroux, Verteuil and the medieval town of Chauvigny.

The Val de Vienne circuit is just 30 minutes from the château. Here you can watch races for all types of vehicles.

Poitiers and Futuroscope: an exceptional tourist duo. Located in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region, Poitiers is much more than just a historic town. It’s the point of convergence between a rich heritage and a unique futuristic attraction: the Futuroscope. Together, these two gems offer a complete tourist experience, combining history, culture, entertainment and innovation.

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Practical information

From Paris: Take the A10 towards Poitier, then the N10,

exit 40, continue on the D7 to Civray

then the D103 towards Asnois.

From Bordeaux: Take the A10 towards Paris, exit 39b towards Barbezieux.

Follow the N10 as far as the Verteuil-sur-Charente exit

Continue towards Asnois

By train: Saint Saviol station (TER) is 20 minutes from the château.

Details of the château:
Ground floor: Living room with video projector
Dining room Kitchen

Ground floor bedroom: 1 X 160 cm bed + 1 single sofa bed Bathroom WC

1st floor:

Bedroom: 3 X 90 cm beds for variable configuration according to demand with bathroom

Corridor bedroom : 1 X 140 cm bed + 1 single sofa bed with bathroom

Upstairs library room: 2 X 120 cm beds + 1 X 90 cm bed with bathroom

Tower room: 1 X 140 cm bed + 1 X 90 cm bed Shower room WC

Park with summer kitchen

Our team will be at your disposal for any question you may have.

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