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an impressive country house (or castle) in France

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The stuff from the first growth chateaux goes for big bucks.
Brenda Homick, Director, Relais & Chateaux North America
SeaFrance European Life short breaks brochure features about a dozen chateaux, from pounds 130 per person.
Interestingly, where the groups met with the Commanderie officials in other cities, they did not serve the Bordeaux wines from their own chateaux, but wines from other estates.
For a Relais et Chateaux catalog, see atravel agent or send $10 to David Mitchell and Co.
PARIS & SOUTHLAKE, Texas -- Following a tender involving six service providers, Relais & Chateaux has selected SynXis, a subsidiary of the worldwide travel marketplace leader SABRE HOLDINGS, as its international reservations provider.
Throughout the valley, with barely a couple of hours' carriage ride between them, lie the famous chateaux of the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries.
IF it's chateaux you want, the Loire is the heartland.
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.
And throughout the valley, with barely a couple of hours' carriage ride between them, lie the famous chateaux of the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries which were the playground of kings and queens, comtes and comtesses and all the aspiring courtiers who quite often went broke trying to keep up with the royal excesses.
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.
The company will be offering the ultimate in luxury hotels and chateaux and Michelin-starred restaurants, with tours featuring the most exclusive and prestigious wine estates in France.
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