Château de Villiers

this 16C-18C chateau, built on the site of a feudal mound.

The vaulted 12th century cellars and water filled moats bear testimony to the rich history of this 16C-18C chateau, built on the site of a feudal mound. Villiers sits in 14 hectares of its own land and dominates the surrounding countryside in the heart of the Normandy Maine Regional Park. Its young owners offer you a warm welcome with accommodation in one of their lovingly restored bedrooms in the Haute Epoque style and 18th century.

Accommodation and rates

Our rooms in the castle

  • 3 enormous rooms with stone fireplaces, bathroom and WC:
  • "François 1er" with its Norman four poster bed.
  • "Pigeonnier" and its panelled alcove (2-3 people).
  • "Lys" which enjoys views over the lake.


  • Table d'hôtes for residents upon reservations.
  • Organic menu made up of local specialities and vegetables from medieval garden.
  • High-Quality restaurants nearby.
  • The chateau aims to protect the local environment by encouraging ecotourism.
  • Available for receptions or séminars.


Leisure on site

  • relaxation room with sauna
  • jaccuzi
  • bodybuilding machines
  • terrace
  • garden furniture
  • fishing
  • walking
  • cycling
  • cottage for rent,
  • function room.

Leisure nearby

  • golf
  • horse riding
  • forests, bathing
  • Châteaux and cathedrals to visit
  • haras du pin
  • museum

To know

  • Payment by credit card
  • Welcoming families
  • WIFI


  • From Paris: N12 exit Le Melle sur Sarthe exit, head towards Essay and then follow the signs.

  • From Caen: N158 in the direction of Falaise-Argentan-Sées. At Sées head for Essay then follow the signs.