This morning, we’re traveling just two hours from Paris, but centuries back in time. We promised the kids plenty of chateaux and a night in paradise.
Rémy Giraud, the two Michelin star chef at the Domaine des Hauts de Loire, introduces us to a dry bean called the Comtesse de Chambord, and the grower who brought it back to the market, Robert Albezard.
The event took place last weekend. Guests reflected on the momentous bee, and how the insect’s impact on human life can be experienced further in one of Relais & Châteaux’s many worldwide destinations.
Terroirs aren't just for wine: with their latest interactive exhibition, which opens this week in London, Relais & Châteaux show us honey in a whole new light.
Discover this exceptional place between Amboise castle and Chambord castle. You’ll be charmed by this magical setting surrounded by a 70-hectare park, a 19th-century former hunting lodge. Enjoy a nature walk. Ponds, swans, geese, deer and other animals are as many reasons to have a break.