The hotel/castle is splendidly located amidst of forest and meadows. The accomodations such as swimming pools (one outside and a smaller one inside the castle) and public balconies as well as the garden are up to the level which you would expect at this price-range (150 Euro and up). The hotel staff is friendly and most of them speak English.
The rooms are big and we had an excellent view over the surroundings. On the downside: the carpet is a bit dusty and the walls between the rooms are far from being sound-proof.
The restaurant is plainly horrible with poorly prepared food. The appetizer (rancid foie gras and undefinable pieces of tartar) as well as the main course (cod with cream sauce supplied with a large chunk of courgettes) were hardly edible. Added up with amateurish, hasty service it is clear that the restaurant is not on the same par with the pretentions of the 'chateau'.
Nice castle, but too pretentious.
We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:
Address: Saint-Priest Bramefant