The Ultimate Golf Retreat 

Published: 4th June 2021

A Private Golf Estate in the Loire Valley with The Condor Club at Chateau du Coudreceau 

 

Enjoy your own private golf course at The Condor Club At Chateau du Coudreceau (www.cducestates.com), an 18th century private home in the Loire Valley, now available for exclusive use. The Condor Club at Chateau du Coudreceau redefines luxury golf with no members, no tee times and no restrictions allowing guests the freedom to express their game on a world-class championship-quality golf course. 

 

Tour-quality fairways and USGA greens carve through mature woodland within the Chateau’s 200-acre estate. Bordering the Forêt de Orleans, France’s largest national forest, golf may be played without interruption or distraction in the peaceful French countryside. 

 

Each hole is perfectly designed around the rich landscape to provide a firm and fair challenge for golfers. Guests experience the perfect balance of risk and reward thanks to an expansive lake featuring in 11 out of the 18 holes, as well as clusters of sandy bunkers. Caddies, buggies and golfing instruction are available plus the team will store and clean golfing equipment in the luxury locker rooms. An onsite putting green offers a more relaxed opportunity to hone golfing skills. The 18 hole configuration provides an excellent test of golf for all abilities. 

 

Seven beautifully appointed suites take inspiration from French artists and pay homage to the Chateau’s heritage through the décor. Unwind with a massage, swim in the indoor pool or use the fitness studio. Enjoy superb dining in the Chateau’s resplendent dining room under the watchful eye of Executive Head Chef Gary O’Hanlon and indulge in some fine wines from the 250-year old cellar. The exquisite dining service combines the stunning flavours of the region with the expertise of the kitchen team led by its talented executive chef. Guest Michelin-starred chefs may also be commissioned for an extraordinary gastronomic experience. Lunch may be more casual in the recorder’s office or alfresco in the sunken garden. Fully-staffed, Chateau du Coudreceau provides an escape from day-to-day life, allowing guests to truly relax and enjoy the sprawling grounds in quiet seclusion from the outside world. 

 

For larger groups, sister property, Chateau de La Chesnaye, offers 12-bedrooms in a guesthouse style setting. 

 

The Condor Club at Chateau du Coudreceau is easily accessed by private jet via Saint-Denis-de-l’Hôtel private airfield just 20 minutes away, or by a 90-minute drive, south of Paris. The concierge service may arrange bespoke private excursions, including short a 20-minute helicopter ride to Le Golf National in Saint-Quentin-en-Yveline, home of the 2018 Ryder Cup. 

 

For further information, please visit www.cducestates.com