The hotel rooms

The second floor of the Château held the servants quarters, even if one section included a suite lined with 17th century wood panels, reserved for Madame Lainé ("Aunt Louise»). The attic rooms were never fitted out, except for rudimentary improvements needed by the school.

The two upper floors were seriously damaged by changes the Collège de l'Andelle made in 1969, and by the almost complete destruction of the roof from 1974 to 1996.

In September 2005, after a full year of reconstruction work, the new Hôtel du Château de Belmesnil was finally able to open its 10 rooms, suites and restrooms. It is presently applying for a hotel rating.

The renovation works were handled by the «Extreme Designs» firm, and the furnishings by «Mise En Demeure» (Paris) and «Flamant» (Brussels), under the co-ordination of Angélique DUMONT who was also responsible for the interior decoration.

Great care has gone into the design of the château's 10 hotel rooms. Each room is unique in its colours, personality and atmosphere, but all offer the luxury, space and comfort of a top class hotel.

Each room is equipped with flat television screens, Nespresso coffee machines, broadband internet access, independent air conditioning controls, a large selection of radio stations via the television, minibars and a trouser press. They each have an unobstructed view over the château's 6 ha of wooded grounds.