The 18th-century French country house of Catherine Denev was transformed into a five-star resort

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In the heart of the Ure Valley is an 18th-century directorate owned by actor, style icon and museum Katherine Denev, located about an hour west of Paris, and a garden by Jack Whitz. Hoteliers Frederick Biosse and Guyum Fouer loved this venue with its majestic charm, love, and unforgettable address and converted it into Les Domaines Fontenielle’s seventh store, Domene de Pramder.

Domaine de Primard is a 40-room and suite hotel that celebrates the history, gardens and orchards of this beautiful place, offering only the right amount of modern luxury to create a five-star countryside for urban dwellers. Each of the 40 rooms and suites offers magical, lush green spaces and gardens as the three-star flick Frechon launches a new product for the premier seasonal Gronomy Program, and the property’s various gardens are the focus of this destination.

Photo Credit Benoit Linro

Photo Credit Benoit Linro

Photo Credit Benoit Linro

Photo Credit Benoit Linro

The interior of the hotel is a crossroads for the 18th-century origins in a relaxed, modern twist to make you feel nothing but clutter and deception. Among the 300-year-old floors, pillars and sculptures, one finds sculptures, post-modern furniture, and the walls are a mixture of modern and ancient works of art that bring out the beauty of the exterior.

“The prime minister does not take himself seriously,” says hotel owner Guillaume Fuacor. Primard knows the story but is happy with it and twists the codes to a good degree, laughing at the interruptions that break the classic.

Photo Credit Benoit Linro

Photo Credit Benoit Linro

Photo Credit Benoit Linro

Photo Credit Benoit Linro

Most of this magnificent house and garden are preserved, the first kitchen serves as a private event venue, and Frecon is one of the most impressive areas in the house. If you are looking for something closer than a meal at the hotel’s two restaurants, this blue terrace overlooking the river can be transformed into a place to build lasting memories. The hotel also has a cozy cocktail and Vee Clipcot champagne bar with a beautiful outdoor view of the property’s pool and pomegranate garden.

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Headquartered for all Parisians and jet organizers, Domine de Primard presents a health program that challenges its food supply. It is home to the first Susan Kaufman Spa in France, located in a well-restored old woodcutter and accompanied by a sauna, hammock, Jacuzzi, massage parlor and gym. The spa follows traditional protocols developed in the heart of the Austrian Alps to calm, refresh and refresh the mind and body. Those who prefer the great outdoor renovation can ride the countryside by bike, swimming in the outdoor pool, reading in the pool, horseback riding, golfing at the magnificent Robert Herrest Course, or exploring Monet’s Garden in nearby Giverney.

Photo Credit Benoit Linro

Photo Credit Benoit Linro

Photo Credit Benoit Linro

Photo Credit Benoit Linro

From architecture to restaurants, interiors and services, PrimeMard is sure to be a great, comfortable, and comfortable accommodation for people looking for a French vacation. Night rates, starting at $ 340.51, are for children 12 and under if you are looking for a family-friendly vacation.

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