During your weekend in Chantilly, visit the Château de Chantilly: the Little Château, dating from the 16th Century, and the New Château, dating from the 19th Century. Stroll through the vast estate and discover its parterres, the work of Le Nôtre, its English and Anglo-Chinese gardens, and its vast stretches of water. Explore the Grand Stables and the Living Museum of the Horse. After a night in the Première Classe hotel in Chantilly, admire the Manse Pavilion, Our Lady of the Assumption Church, then stroll through the streets of the town center and enjoy the town houses, pavilions and gates that bear witness to the rich history of the town.
During a week-long stay in Chantilly, visit the château de Chantilly and admire its gardens, the Princes’ vegetable garden and the Condé Museum. Go to the Chantilly hippodrome, then admire the town’s townhouses: Beauvais, Grand Condé, Andigné de la Chasse, Quincampoix, etc. To relax, go for a walk in the Chantilly forest or the Nonette valley. Discover the château de Compiègne or the town of Amiens, where you will find Première Classe budget hotels. Extend your stay with a weekend in Creil or even Compiègne.
Chantilly and the Hauts-de-France region are ideal destinations for a family stay. Young and old will enjoy discovering the château de Chantilly, its stables, its park and its adjoining buildings. The Princes’ Vegetable Garden will appeal to all ages and now has a rabbit run and a rabbit village. Around Chantilly, visit Royaumont abbey and the Mother of Pearl Museum in Méru for an unforgettable family outing. Have a nice walk in the Picardy region, before lunching in a local restaurant to savor the culinary specialties of the regional gastronomy.