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The 17th-century Château d’Etoges is built on an island surrounded first by an expanse of water and then an expanse of green lawns and fountains of natural water sprays. An arched bridge crosses over to its dramatic courtyard banded on one side by an impressive arched corridor. Ins... more

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The Château de Fère is delightful and just an hour from Charles de Gaulle airport. Set in parklike grounds, there are actually two castles. One built in 1206 by Robert de Dreux is now in ruins and serves as a background to the second, the 16th-century Château de Fère. The owner, R... more

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We knew nothing about this property other than the fact it had been awarded four épis by the Gîtes de France, so we were wonderfully surprised to find such a gorgeous place to stay. Located off a country lane just before the village of Sezanne, this property is the hamlet of Montgiv... more

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When Christine and Xavier Ferry bought Manoir de la Semoigne, 25 kilometers west of Reims, it looked absolutely hopeless: no water, no electricity, cows and pigs living in the house. However, with the help of family and friends, they transformed the derelict house back into a proper h... more

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