Chateau d'Oleron hotel

​Enjoy retreat Holiday at Château d'Oléron

Le Chateau d'Oleron stands in the southern part of the island of Oléron 4 kilometers offshore from the coasts of Charente-Maritime, it is a historical heritage of the area. The cosy and charming hotel Les Jardins d’Alienor is only 700 meters away from the citadel of Vauban. This small luxury inn has eight confortable rooms and a restaurant with gourmet character. The dining room is bright and offers intimacy and refinement. Local products are showcased by Chef Marc Le Reun, you can meet him into the market halls of Chateau d'Oleron.

​Fine Restaurant and Luxury Inn in the Chateau d'Oleron

Nestled in the heart of the town of Chateau d'Oleron on the island of Oleron, Fine Restaurant and Luxury hotel Jardins d’Alienor welcomes you for a charming stay on the "brightened island." The Inn offers 8 individually designed rooms, combining character and modern style furniture, some have a private terrace. Materials and furniture have been edited by famous designers and artisans as Dominique Kieffer, Elitis, Gervasoni or Muuto. Also the hotel's accommodations are designed to meet everyone's specific needs, guests can rest in the patio where you can enjoy fine cuisine of Chef Marc Le Reun, son and grand-son of a fisherman, who sublimates fishes, crustaceans and shells.

​Township Château d'Oléron

Second township of Oleron, Chateau d'Oleron is itself a national heritage. The hotel Les Jardins d’Alienor has been named after Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine, who stayed in le Château d'Oléron in 1199. Today it is a tourist sight of the island, where you can admire the citadel, which construction was ordered by Richelieu in 1630. Oysters port of Le Château d'Oléron is also a lovely place to visit, you will discover old fishermen's huts now occupied by artists who exhibit their work. Les Jardins Alienor is a cosy Inn in the heart of Château d'Oléron.