Château de Chailly


Chateau de Chailly is a former 16th-century fortress, listed as a historical monument, located in the heart of the Burgundy countryside, within easy reach of the region's largest vineyards.

The hotel has 45 rooms and suites equipped with all modern comforts. At the restaurant L'Armançon or the Bistrot Le Rubillon, you will discover classical cuisine revisited for the pleasure of the taste buds. Chateau de Chailly golf course is a course that incorporates natural elements of the park of the castle, including for example several centenary trees.

Course Summary

The golf course was designed by Géry Watine and Thierry Sprecher who strategically planted many varieties of trees to give the golf course many textures & colours and perfectly incorporates the natural stream that meanders through the golf course. Although the greens are relatively large, golfers will need to attack the greens strategically as the greens are all raised, very well protected with deep green-side bunkers and some greens with imposing water hazards.

The 18-hole golf course is renowned for its beautiful setting, interesting design and views of the castle. The golf course features large, fast and elevated greens that are well protected by its deep green-side bunkers, a natural stream that meanders throughout the golf course and its well-placed water hazards.

The golf club also includes extensive golf practise area to warm up before your round or work on all aspects of the golf game. A driving range is also on-site where you can either hit from the covered mats or open-air grass.

Golf in Burgundy

Whether coming to learn how to play, to improve or to practice, there will always be a course in Burgundy for you. Ideal for advanced players, the 18-hole courses are often open to beginners. Burgundy also has a certain number of beginner's courses, which have between 5 to 9 holes.

From the Yonne to the Côte-d’Or, via Nièvre and the Saône-et-Loire, Burgundy has a succession of 21 golf courses one after the other which allows you to play golf in some vastly diverse settings.