Entre ciel et mer, between the sky and the sea is where you will find yourself at Château Richeux. From its unique location (nestled in the bay of St Michel) to the exotic themes of exploration, and sensational culinary adventures, staying at Château Richeux is a voyage in itself.
Château Richeux, is part of Jane and Olivier Roellinger’s Les Maisons de Bricourt which houses: Le Château Richeux, the restaurant Le Coquillage, the seaside cottages of Les Rimains and the Roellinger spice house in Cancale and also in Paris. It’s a four hour drive from Paris, no airports, no stress – making it my idea of the perfect weekend escape.
I recently had the pleasure of staying at Richeux for a long weekend, do you remember Oysters & Brioche for breakfast? And today I want to give you a taster of the château’s grounds and gardens and also the seaside cottages of Les Rimains, which you can also stay in. Something I have bookmarked for a sea-side escape this summer…take me there!
The secret gardens and grounds of the château that lead to hidden pathways and seaside walks.
If like me you dream of owning a chic coastal escape, the relaxed interiors of the cottages at Les Rimains is close to the real thing – it’s like your owning your own coastal cottage for the weekend. If you fancy cooking up a storm in your cosy cottage, each has their own herb garden, and private terrace. From the cottages you can take a stunning scenic walk along the cliff tops to Cancale.
Back at the chateau, there is so much character and tradition. I love all the nautical details inside and out.