Described by Deborah Jackson in her half page article in the Daily Mail, as ‘My Perfect Chateau’ she expounds on the Chateau’s informal beauty as a historic family venue.
Other very complimentary articles appeared in The Independent, Elle Magazine and Algemeen Dagblad Dutch National Paper highlight the Chateau’s beauty, historical interest (being occupied in WWII as a German and then American HQ), friendly atmosphere, and it’s eminent suitability as a holiday and recreational centre.
Alistair Sawdays guide to French Bed and Breakfast wrote “Built in 1751, and with two of the nicest hosts imaginable, the Chateau is delectably ramshackle and unspoiled, with hugely relaxed atmosphere… a very special place.”
George East, famous for his books on France wrote in his book Home and Dry in Normandy, “I hope you find this book one hundredth as enjoyable as your stay at Chateau Mont Epinguet”
“A lovely home, full of character and happiness” - Lorna Angier
“A magical place” - Andrea Mardon, Acting Abroad
“We had the best family house party ever” - Lucy Gray
“Home from home – it is a haven of simple faded elegance and pace and heaven to stay at the Chateau with children” – Louise Farman
“Thanks to the delightful atmosphere and welcome of your beautiful home, not to omit the wonderful food and wine” - Rosemary Goolden (Mother of Jilly)
“The food, wine, atmosphere and not forgetting yourselves, brilliant – what more can I say!” - Dave Harrison BMW Club
“Our celebration weekend at Chateau Mont Epinguet was to go down as one of the best we have ever spent” - Peter and Penny Sangster
“I can confidently say that no-one has ever stayed at Chateau Mont Epinguet without at least one moment to cherish and remember” - David and Julie Cross
“The best planners of all are Mark and Fiona”
We have thankfully hundreds of letters from guests from all walks of life, thanking us for sharing our home with them. It is our pleasure and we enjoy helping to make your stay here as happy and enjoyable as possible