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Domaine de Cyclone

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Paris, France
Reviewed 20 February 2017

Firstly, this is not near Chantilly. But if you are willing to be 25 minutes from there, it's worth a night or two. The chateau is more or less untouched. It's like staying in a bygone era. You have the freedom to come and go as you please which is lovely. The room we stayed in was warm, with huge...

Thank Dinah H
Paris, France
Reviewed 13 February 2014

This listing is deliberately misleading as it is ranked as number 1 in Chantilly when in fact it is nowhere near the beautiful town itself. This property is in Baron, a tiny village not the town of Chantilly, at least a 30 minute drive away so be warned. I drove there to make a booking but changed my mind as...

5Thank Leon1703
Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
Reviewed 31 July 2013

Okay, maybe it's not for everyone, but I love old houses and this is as old as they get. Parts are from the 1400's (not used), the 1700's (my room) and the 1800's. It was a little chilly and drizzling the afternoon we got there, but there are great little wall heaters in the room and it warmed right up....

Thank Adriene R
Stuart, Florida
Reviewed 8 June 2013

I tired of over-priced characterless business hotels grouped near Paris' Charles de Gaulle Airport; this place is much more interesting. The rooms in the historic buildings have clearly been decorated on a budget, but everything you need is there. The breakfast in the old kitchen, fire blazing, was splendid.

2Thank HampsteadCarrie
Reviewed 25 October 2012

My wife and I enjoyed a wonderfully peaceful and scenic, 2-night visit with Madame Denise Petitot at this working horse farm. After flying from America in late July, this was a very serene approach to solving jet lag. We took a cab from CDG airport. Since several towns are named Baron, our driver couldn't find it with GPS and had...

2Thank Island_Wave
Reviewed 11 October 2011

I chose this B&B based on trip advisor and warned my wife that it might be a little "different". It was a little hard to find and further from Chantilly than I thought, but we were going from Chateau Chantilly to CDG airport so the location was still perfect. First the positives: lovely home on a working horse boarding and...

1Thank Racer042
Groningen, The Netherlands
Reviewed 9 August 2010

In the past 4 years we've spend several short holidays at domaine de cyclone. We fell in love with the place. But last spring/summer, we were disappointed. Everyone will notice the lack of serious care for this beautiful place. Look at the childrens playgrounds: everything is old, ugly, broken and unsafe. If we would have had kids, we won't allow...

3Thank Eline14
Reviewed 9 June 2009

This place is amazing! The house is made up of three parts - the old ruined tower, where Joan of Arc is said to have slept, the middle part of the house dating from the 17th century and the end wing which was added in the 18th century (assuming I understood Mme correctly!) The house is a treasure trove, with...

5Thank tagarete
Reviewed 25 March 2009

The review by M. Gavzzzi is dead on. This is a very special place, but most definitely not for everyone. It is a miracle that it exists a mere 25 miles from CDG. Spoiled tourists need not apply--but those who love la France profonde will not want to leave. You need a good bit of French, although Mme. P has...

2Thank akamother55
Reviewed 10 August 2006

The Domaine de Cyclone is a horse centre/chateau-mansion/B&B which on our recent July stay was for us one of the most authentic places we have ever encountered on our travels. Firstly, it is run single-handedly by Madame Petitot, a quiet spoken, enthusiastic woman who absolutely loves her home which she has been restoring for decades. (It was badly damaged both...

11Thank gavazzi

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Address: Le Chateau | 2 rue de la Gonesse, Baron, 60305 Chantilly, France
Region: France > Hauts-de-France > Oise > Chantilly
Number of rooms: 10
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