Guide of charm
In the rooms, modern comfort and antic furnitures are part of the charm of the place.
Each morning, the breakfast is served in a splendid breakfast room with the XVIII’s woodworks decorated with antics, marble fireplace and ancestors paintings.There, or outside, under the pergola on the terrace, you will appreciate the limpid and subtle cooking of Rui Rouxinol.
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The cooking, where Rui Rouxinolofficiates, is one of most classically refined of the area.
Far from the noisy city, a heaven of serenity and good taste with swimming pool and closed carpark.
Grand it appears, and some of the makers of that grandeur – Knights Templar and Maltese, princes and prime ministers, presidents and financiers – look down upon you as you eat in the magnificent dining room, a favourite restaurant for the discerning palates of Grenoble. But the atmosphere is of an intimate family-run hotel. The whole place is awash with family antiques and heirlooms, good taste prevails in every room and flowers add that touch of life and genuine attention. Bedrooms are divided among four separate buildings, adding to the sense of intimacy. Rooms in château and chalet are the more traditional with carved wooden beds and gilt-framed mirrors, though some of them give onto a small road. The orangerie’s rooms, as you’ll discover once you have negotiated the rather plain corridors, look out over fine parkland, and are deliciously peaceful. The least expensive rooms are in the Petit Pavillon, on the road side. But whichever you choose, you will feel thoroughly pampered, and it’s excellent value for families.
A little castle – former command post of the Templar Knights – in a tree-lined garden. Ancestral furniture, family portraits and Aubusson tapestries. A place steeped in history.
Not far from Grenoble, safe in its park, a beautiful antic residence (XIIe-XVIIIe) Rooms recently renovated still increase approval by it.
The life of Castle like we can dream. This one seems to arrive directly from an engraving with its gracious silhouette, just outlined by white walls and pointed gray roof .
You will visit with happiness the dining rooms from 18th centurry and where the portraits of family are hung, and in the elegant bed rooms with the beautiful antics furnitures.
Rui Rouxinol, Chef assistant since 1998, became the Chef in 2003, and is on the way to give to this superb Commanderiethe cooking that it needed.
In the middle of a park raised with swimming pool, this oldcommandery of Templiers from the XVIIéme century is full of charm.
Antiquities, tapestries of Aubusson, billiards lounge.
You will be delighted with the dining room, the terrace, and the cooking of Rui Rouxinol.
A light and refined cooking byRui Rouxinol. At laCommanderie, closely related to the glorious history of Dauphiné, he declines his talent all along the menus of Templiers, the Knights of Malta, in connection with the story of the family de Beaumont.
Goncourt Price 2005
In his book “three days with my mother”, François WEYERGANS describes the Castle of Commanderie (p.173):
“After preview, a dinner was envisaged at the Castle of Commanderie, the hotel where they had been placed, a three stars “classy” according to Juliette Chavoz, surrounded by a large park, at ten minutes by car of Grenoble… “