The Château du Feÿ was first built to serve as a second home for one of Louis XVII’s councillors. Having welcomed both Ninon de Lenclos, a French courtesan and freethinker, and Saint-Vincent de Paul, this 17th century castle is classified as a Historical Monument. It is just steps away from Joigny, a city renowned for its gastronomy, wines and architecture (19 listed monuments). It is located within a hundred acre forest and overlooks the Yonne valley, offering a breathtaking view of the Jovinian. During the last thirty years, the British author and culinary historian Anne Willan organized cooking classes with renowned chefs in the château. By opening the doors of this monument to the public for the very first time, the domain’s recent acquisition in January 2017 and the organization of Feÿ-Rencontres d’arts both participate in the revitalization of this rural French region.
By train :
The Château du Feÿ is located 1h10 from Paris from the Lyon and Bercy stations (direct train TER, stop at Joigny). Shuttles will be available to transfer you to the Château in just a 10 minute ride. Train times available on www.sncf.com.
We are currently in the process of booking buses between Paris and the Chateau. Tickets and details will be available online. Stay tuned.
By car :
The Château du Feÿ is located 1h30 from Paris and 30 min far from Auxerre by the A6 motorway (exit 18 Joigny then 15 km of road direction Joigny then Villecien direction).
Parking will be available at Joigny car park and at the entrance of the Château. For a greener and more practical option, we encourage you to use BlaBlaCar.
If you’re coming for more than a day, you’ll need to take care of your own sleeping arrangements. It is forbidden to camp at the Chateau.
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