Our Rooms



The Aldéarde Room

Aldéarde was probably the first owner of the old Airvault castle. In 950, while walking along the Thouet, she fell into it and, not knowing how to swim, she implored heaven to help her. A cow...

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The Jean Ysoré Room

This room is named after the lord of Airvault who, on the 22nd September 1565, had the honour of receiving King Charles IX and the young Prince of Navarre (the future King Henri IV) at the...

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The Simon de Chausseroye Room

We have named this room in a reference to the “rumour” according to which Voltaire, who often visited the region (Airvault and St Loup), chose his pen-name by reversing the word Airvault. This...

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The King's Room

This is the most beautiful room in the château and has been tastefully decorated to allow you to appreciate all its romanticism.

Our King’s Room is full of light thanks to its stone...

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Sybille de Liniers - Family Suite

In 1439, Marie Rieux, the Duchess of Thouars, attacked Airvault with 1500 soldiers. After overcoming and destroying the town’s fortifications, the soldiers turned their attention to the château,...

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