Allée du Château,
Chailly-sur-Armançon, Bourgogne F-21320
18 holes. Open parkland. Gently undulating terrain - easy to walk.
Rural countryside and woodland.
French design team of Thierry Sprecher & Géry Watine.
In the village of Chailly-sur-Armançon (nr Pouilly-en-Auxois) / 44 km W of Dijon.
From the A6 motorway (west of Dijon) take exit Pouilly-en-Auxois/Saulieu and follow the D977 bis direction Pouilly-en-Auxois/Saulieu. After 2 km (having passed through Pouilly) at roundabout follow direction Château de Chailly, still on D977 bis. After 3.8 km turn left (on entering Chailly-sur-Armancon) and follow signs to Château Chailly.
Château de Chailly - Hôtel & Golf: Here in the Burgundy region of eastern France, you'll find an excellent Stay&Play golf venue, with a championship golf course that effortlessly fits into its picturesque surroundings. With the idyllic Château and village of Chailly in constant view, as well as the lovely Burgundian countryside, the course complements its tranquil and scenic environment.
Laid out on reasonably flat terrain, the course ambles its way around the front of the Château. A good size stream meanders across 10 of the 18 holes, while the original tree planting is now making its presence felt. Excellent course maintenance and not overly punishing rough, provides the opportunity for a thoroughly enjoyable round.
With the intersection of two of Europe's principal North-South and East-West highways only a few miles away, its no wonder Chailly is known to many travelling golfers as a great stopover location. Once you've tamed the course, and taken in the delightful rural countryside, it will be time to sample the fine cuisine of the Château ... ah, to the manor born!
Stay & Play at Château de Chailly: luxury onsite accommodation available, see Where2Stay section below.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Must book in advance. Handicap required. Course & château are closed for much of Dec/Jan.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, Stay&Play packages, etc. [Last updated: 2020].
Players generally walk this course. Golf carts available for hire.
The current Château de Chailly dates back to the 16th century, and was carefully renovated in 1988, maintaining the building's original medieval and Renaissance character. The Château is a classified historical monument, and provides one of the most idyllic Stay&Play golf venues in France - and that's even before you've tasted the superb cuisine.
Chailly-sur-Amancon, 21320 Pouilly-en-Auxois.
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Château de Chailly is a classified mansion house dating from the 16th century. It was converted into a 4-star golf resort by its current owner, with 45 bedrooms and suites, two restaurants, Vinésime & Charme d'Orient Spa and an 18-hole golf course. It also offers self-catering accommodation. The best of Burgundian cuisine is served in the gourmet Restaurant L’Armançon, and the more relaxed Bistrot Le Rubillon. Château de Chailly is ideal for an overnight stay or a longer getaway to explore Burgundy, while also offering an excellent venue for golf vacations and stopovers, company meetings, family gatherings, group events and even weddings!
Château de Chailly
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