Luxury holidays in Chambord

When to go

The region is a popular destination throughout spring and summer, but late spring is the best time to visit if you’re hoping to catch the château gardens as they burst into bloom. Wine lovers will do best with a visit in mild autumn, when you’ll get a background of fire-coloured leaves and a ringside seat to the grape harvest.

Getting there

  • Planes

    Flights from across the globe land at Charles de Gaulle Airport (two-and-a-half hours away by car) and Paris Orly Airport (two hours away by car).
  • Trains

    The Eurostar connects London and other European cities with Paris; from there, continue on a two-hour rail journey to Mer station.
  • Automobiles

    From Paris, it’s a two-hour drive south to Chambord. Within the estate, you’ll be able to roam around by bicycle or on foot.