Paray le Frésil
At the heart of Bourbonnais, 25 km from Moulins, the Château de Paray-le-Frésil, built during the reign of Louis XIII, was for Georges Simenon, the inspiration for one of his most famous novels Affair St. Fiacre. Nestled in an English park of 10 ha, refreshed by a pond, this elegant home comfortably accommodates 8 to 13 people. Decorated with period decor, with wood paneling, fireplaces, tables, and curtains, the castle consists of an entrance, 8 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 2 lounges, a large, library, dining . For your relaxation, terrace, garden furniture, garden, table tennis, pool. . . Around, hiking, Le Pal amusement park 20 km, castles Bourbonnais. . .