History

Built in the second half of the 19th century by a family of spirits merchants, the Callandre-Pluchon. Le Logis has produced both Cognac and the local delicacy of pineau des charentes. 

The ground floor

Grand double doors open in to an inviting corridor, retaining many of the chateau’s original features. A large, luxurious living room adjoins a formal dining room, both opening out into to picturesque garden.

To the left of the corridor Le Logis features a drawing room, large kitchen and cosy snug. With stairs leading to a well equipped double bedroom, this part of the house can be rented separately if required. 

The right of the corridor leads to the main staircase, and through the dining room, into a large, newly refurbished kitchen surrounded by a gallery. Changing and showers for the swimming pool are to the far right of the house.

The FIRST floor

A spiral mahogany staircase leads you to 3 beautifully appointed ensuite double bedrooms, the furthest right leading into a children’s room, with two single beds. The master bedroom in the centre features a hand-carved four poster bed.

The bedroom on the far left is accessed through the kitchen downstairs, secluded from the rest of the house it can be hired individually alongside the kitchen and rooms below.

On the far right, a gallery surrounds a grand kitchen and dining room below. A space which was once used by staff to produce shotgun cartridges ready for hunting is now the perfect spot to sit, read and take in the views of the garden.

The SECOND floor

Follow the mahogany staircase to the top of the house and you’ll be rewarded with stunning views over the village of La Base Vergne.

The second floor houses two further ensuite bedrooms, the first large bedroom features two single beds, and a large bathroom, with views into Le Logis gardens.

The final room features a grand 7 foot bed, large ensuite bathroom and shares the same incredible views over Le Logis gardens. 

The Grounds

Le logis garden is the ideal spot to spoak in southern French sun. A large patio leads into sculpted paths, rows of apple trees and a picturesque pool and decking area. A small, peaceful island sits at the bottom of the garden accessable by via a wrought iron bridge.