Château de Fère Hôtel & Spa – Champagne, France sits adjacent to the evocative ruins of a 13th-century fortified castle that fell into ruins in the 17th century. Formerly a wing of the old castle, the chateau was restored in 1863 and nestles amidst woodland and manicured lawns with an ancient bridge that spans the moat.

With many of the rooms of Château de Fère overlooking the ruins of the medieval castle, the atmosphere here is incredibly romantic. Rooms are tastefully decorated with works of art and antique furniture in the spacious suites.

Play a game of boules or try your hand at a game of tennis. Refresh yourself with a dip in the outdoor pool or request a massage in your room. In the afternoon, take a trip to the famous Champagne houses in nearby Epernay and Reims. Return to Château de Fère for a gastronomic dinner in the restaurant.

By visiting the Château de Fère and its surroundings, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the famous Champagne, for which we have to thank Dom Perignon, a monk from the 17th century. The Vineyards of the Champagne Country, jewels of the French terroir are divided in homogeneous regions, such as La Vallée de la Marne between Château Thierry and Epernay, La Montagne de Reims, and La Côte des Blancs.

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The Touristic Road of Champagne – whose some hills are listed World Heritage Site – is located between Epernay and Reims surroundings.Apart from the worldwide known Champagne, it offers many picturesque landscapes.


The luxury suites at the Château de Fère have been designed in perfect keeping with the château’s prestigious history.

Restored by the château’s owner, architect Richard Bliah, the five luxury suites each boast a unique cachet and an enchanting view over the fortress ruins or the château’s park.


The gourmet restaurant headed by Chef and his Team, offer enchanting dishes and a rich wine list of over 250 wines references.

The dishes offer an extraordinary gastronomic journey matched with incredible visual experience, in contemplation of the setting of the restaurant and the view of the castle park or the ruins of the fortress.

The elegance of the restaurant’s three successive dining rooms, each one with its 17th-century wood panelling and parquet flooring, frescoes paying homage to the fables of Jean de la Fontaine, and majestic period fireplace, makes this gustatory journey of discovery a real delight for the eyes as well as for the taste buds.

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Equally as enchanting is the panoramic view of the ruins or the verdant natural surroundings stretching out as far as the eye can see.

The wonder of this place can only be surpassed when, with the arrival of the good weather, diners can take advantage of the vast terrace with its uninterrupted view of the ruins.


Let yourself be carried away by the architectural beauty of the Hana SPA. Originally part of our castle, the Spa traces a history inscribed in the heart of its old apparent stones and its vaulted rooms.

Rejuvenate yourself and share an exceptional moment of time, graduate practitioners are at your disposal to guide you and make you travel through the care, rituals and products Cinq Mondes.


Champagne arouses the senses: the eyes feast on vines parading up hillsides and vertical processions of tiny, sparkling bubbles; the nose breathes in damp soil and the heavenly bouquet of fermentation; the ears rejoice at the clink of glasses and the barely audible fizz; and the palate tingles with every sip. The imagination and the intellect are engaged as Champagne cellar visits reveal the magical processes – governed by the strictest of rules – that transform the world’s most pampered pinot noir, pinot meunier and chardonnay grapes into this Unesco World Heritage–listed region’s most fabled wines. 

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Despite the prestige of their vines, the people of Champagne offer a warm, surprisingly easy-going welcome, both in the stylish cities and along the Champagne Routes, which wend their way through villages to family-run cellars and vineyards.


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