A charming stay in a character property near Paris
Dreaming of a weekend in a lush, green setting, just thirty kilometers from Paris? If so, head to the Château de l'Hermitage, a hotel and golf resort in the Val d'Oise, for a charming stay in a characterful property in the Ile de France region. This Val d'Oise hotel features thirteen charming, spacious and comfortable rooms, each of which comes fully equipped with a coffee machine, a free Wi-Fi connection, a desk, and cable TV. Moreover, one of the rooms at the Château de l'Hermitage is wheelchair accessible.
The Château de l'Hermitage also offers a restaurant, which will welcome you from Monday to Saturday for lunch and dinner (except Saturday evening). The restaurant provides a friendly setting where you can savour traditional French cuisine with a fresh twist. Your stay in this charming Ile de France property in the Val d'Oise can be complemented by a stunning, nine-hole golf course through the calm landscapes of the Pontoise hills.
Your stay in the delightful Val d'Oise
The Château de l'Hermitage is located in Ennery, on a site that overlooks the Oise valley, made famous by the impressionists. During your stay in this charming region of the Ile de France, you'll find there's no shortage of opportunities to take a stroll in the footsteps of Cézanne, Pissarro or Van Gogh and explore the places that served as their impression. In addition to museums featuring impressionist art, you can explore the town of Pontoise, famous for its art and history, or the Cistercian Abbey in Maubuisson.
A wide range of activities are offered in the area surrounding this château in the region surrounding Paris, such as hunting, horseback riding, horse and buggy rides, or tennis. Not forgetting golf, either: our nine-hole golf course offers views over the Eiffel Tower, and is suitable both for beginners (with instructors available) and more experienced players.
With its location on the outskirts of Paris, Château de l'Hermitage is the ideal destination for a charming stay in a character property in the Ile de France region.