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Château du Petit Chêne


Château du Petit Chêne in Mazières-en-Gâtine remains a national treasured estate in France as a registered French historical monument. It sits amidst 160 unspoiled acres of wooded park land, lakes and offers a spectacular 18-hole golf course, restaurant and soon will open four-star hotel accommodations. Built by the Viault family in the 1600’s, the Chateau has had just three owners. The most recent owner planned to convert the Chateau to a boutique luxury hotel, but was forced to abandon the renovation.  Younan stepped in to expand the vision to renovate the property and the grounds and restore the estate to its original beauty and historical significance. Renovations to the main Chateau include carefully restoring interior and exterior finishes, adding new luxury guest suites and the renovation and launch of a redesigned restaurant, which currently serves golf course patrons.

The 18-hole golf course was designed and built by Robert Berthet, designer of 45 international golf courses. The Golf du Petit Chene, which is open to the public, is masterfully designed among the wooded landscape and numerous lakes and offers a 6-hole pitch and putt, driving range with 30 covered bays, pro shop, and dining and locker rooms. International golf course manager, Blue Green Saur Group, provides management through a 20-year lease of the golf course.

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France Quick Facts

  • The French Republic or République Française is the largest country in the European Union.
  • With an area of 551,000 kilometers, it’s almost a fifth of the EU’s total area.
  • At 29,000 km, the French rail network is the second largest in Europe after Germany and the ninth largest in the world.
  • It is the world’s most popular tourist destination, with more than 84 million visitors in 2014.
  • Metropolitan France has four coastlines: the North Sea, English Channel, Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.
  • One of the western regions of France, known as Poitou-Charentes, enjoys a temperate climate because of its proximity to the Bay of Biscay. This is where the historic Château du Petit Chêne in Mazières-en-Gâtine is located. The area offers picturesque scenery and historic castles and some of the region’s best golf courses.