Chateau d’Hazeville is a hidden gem, a gorgeous and welcoming wedding venue just outside Paris. Its unique charm lies in its proximity to the French city of love, while being surrounded by serene natural beauty.
Chateau d’Hazeville is located in the picturesque Vexin area of France, a natural park that features valleys, orchards, limestone hills, meadows, and woods. It is a haven for wildlife and flora, situated near Northwest Paris.
Built in the 16th century, the French chateau boasts an inviting Empire Style architecture and is now classified as an historical monument.
The venue offers a variety of event spaces for your special day…
Begin with a ceremony in the park or on one of the terraces, with our favourite choice being the courtyard by the Pigeonnier, a typical feature of the Vexin region. Guests can then enjoy strolling through the gardens with a glass of champagne in hand. The Area of the 3 Arches is another option for reception drinks, providing shelter, if needed, from the sun or the wind.
For the wedding dinner, you can opt for an outdoor setting under twinkling fairy lights or for the large reception rooms, totalling 160 sq.m. The high ceilings, exposed beams, white walls, and polished floor tiles add to the venue’s charm. There you will be able to dance the night away!
On the day after gather your family and friends back to relax poolside and reminisce over regional cuisine and the odd glass of Pimms.
Accommodation-wise, the estate can comfortably sleep 50 guests on-site, including two stunning suites in the circular Pigeonnier, a contemporary 9-bedroom loft, and a 27-bed dormitory. Additionally, there are plenty of other lodging options nearby.
Lastly, Chateau d’Hazeville offers a seamless French wedding experience with a comprehensive package covering wedding furniture, wedding planning support, and in-house catering. The dedicated owners go above and beyond to ensure your wedding dreams come true, making your guests feel right at home and helping you create unforgettable memories.
If you wish to visit the chateau click here for a virtual 360° tour: https://vu.fr/kgRm
Photo credit: Louis marie d’Herot, Styl’in photo, Studio Fengari