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Le Clos, the story start in 1770 when the nuns of the Abbey of Saint-Nicolas bought the land under the old regime called "The garden of the Beguine". Bordered by the remains of city walls and a tower called the white tower, the plots became peasant gardens. A century later, in 1886 - under the protection of a gentleman benefactor of the Abbey of Saint-Nicolas - a Castle was born. The Benedictine nuns began hosting families opened a school for girls of the abbey. The round tower and the square pavilion, pepper-pot roofs and four slopes, false battlements and tall chimneys, windows and doors decorated with braces, are a harmonious example of architectural style of Viollet-Le-Duc. The mansion was an inspiration for the architect to draw on the exceptional tower houses that have adorned the town of Verneuil since the fifteenth century. In gothic style, the walls come alive with color. The "checkerboard", so characteristic of the region, combines the dark brick called "flamed" orange brick and whitewashed plaster, while flints and brick diamonds offer subtle variations in the tone. The sisters welcome families into the 1960s. In 1961, it was renamed the Hostellerie du Clos. In 2007 it became Le Clos. The castle original will require ongoing renovations, modernization and decoration but will preserve its original spirit. In the spring of 2015 will rise to a former conservatory Gustave Eiffel style of 100 sqm, facing south with a view overlooking the park. It will host the breakfasts, a restaurant that showcases the "Bistronomie" tea room, reading and rest ... A relaxation area with a swimming pool cover, bio sauna, bio steam room, fitness , energy showers ... Finally a south-facing terrace on the ground floor equipped with sun and a beautiful place "nose in the grass" to eat more lightly. Today, the castle of fifteen rooms and suites located in a park of ancient trees has beautiful botanicals, beautiful and loyal birds, four hives with bees pollinate flowers and tree gardens. He is a member of Relais & Châteaux since 1975 and this year celebrates its fortieth anniversary of belonging to this great association
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Sometimes you just need to take a breath and escape, Le clos provides a stunningly elegant surroundings to do just that with a level of service which provides comfort with just the right level of formality. Situated in a typically elegant French town and only...More
This is the second time we have stayed here and once again we were made really welcome by Odile, Eric and their staff. The hotel is excellent and well located for surrounding attractions. The rooms we have stayed in have both been quiet, clean comfortable...More
This is a truly amazing hotel to stay.... from the moment that we were greeted to the moment that we left, this could not have been any better! The hotel was well worth the detour to spend a night here... to be repeated next time...More
Room and bathroom were beautiful and functional. Dining room and breakfast area in a glassed in veranda were very pleasant. Ownwers were attentive. However, we signed up for demi pension which includes breakfast and dinner and that was a bit pricey compared to other similar...More
Few hotels give one such a good welcome as Le Clos - the owner comes out to meet one and is more than helpful with luggage and details of one's room and everything else one needs to know. Relais hotels are not always up to...More