Chateau de Vallery is spectacular and elegant Chateau situated only an hour away from the south of Paris. This Early Renaissance French Château de Vallery, in Vallery, in the département of Yonne in the Burgundy region of France, was built in 1548 for Jacques d'Albon de Saint-André, marquis de Fronsac, a court favorite of Henri II and maréchal de France.
The fully heated chateau, becomes aglow at night, with flaming torches. Inside there are four large and stunning halls, as well as 28 spacious and luxurious bedrooms. There are also vaulted, 12th-century cellars. The cellars are lit by candlelight and are easily accessible from the chateau's dry moat.
Outside guests will find a Church of "St Thomas of Canterbury" that stands at the edge of the chateau's forest. The Rose Garden outside is truly breathtaking. There also several outdoor areas with swimming pools, grass, and sand. The vast exterior grounds make this chateau perfect for any events, with plenty of space for all of your guests to thoroughly enjoy themselves.
Vallery is a charming commune in the Yonne department in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté in north-central France.