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an impressive country house (or castle) in France

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Our location provides a beautiful setting for weddings year-round," said Greg Gendron, Hotel Manager of The Chateaux Deer Valley.
The stuff from the first growth chateaux goes for big bucks.
For a Relais et Chateaux catalog, see atravel agent or send $10 to David Mitchell and Co.
com) today announced that the Relais & Chateaux hotel association has renewed its agreement to use Pegasus' RezView(R) central reservation system (CRS) and the NetBooker(R) Internet booking engine.
20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Chateaux Deer Valley, located mid-mountain at Deer Valley Resort, proudly announces it has been awarded the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star award.
Initially concentrating on the Bordeaux market, Acadia will source high quality, family owned properties from some of the finest vineyards and Chateaux in the world.
There are also a number of other Chateaux you can choose from located throughout the French Region.
22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Chateaux Software, a leading provider of business intelligence and lean architecture solutions, announced today an official partnership with Canon Information and Imaging Solutions (CIIS), Inc.
The tour is so exclusive that these last three chateaux asked not to be identified, because they NEVER open their doors to the public for tastings
Our website is typically the first or second point of contact that any individual has with Chateaux.
Prior to joining Chateaux, Oddone worked for a direct marketing firm as an account representative.
For those who have already visited Homestead Inn and restaurant Thomas Henkelmann in Greenwich, Connecticut, it will come as no surprise to learn that this special place has become part of the esteemed Relais & Chateaux group.
Christian Moueix, producer of the world's most expensive, and arguably, finest Merlot, Pomerol's Chateau Petrus, led a vertical tasting of another of his family's great chateaux, Chateau Trotanoy.