The Chateau d'Ivoy is nestled in the middle of woodland surroundings and has in the past been witness to many whispered stories of old French and Scottish families.
Mary Stuart's purser and treasurer resided here and the King Henry IV of France sojourned there in 1606 for a hunting party.
In the 18th century it became the seat of General Hector Drummond; Lord of Melfort, up until the French Revolution.
The Scottish influence remains very much present and you too will enjoy a short sojourn with family or friends. Each room has its own history and personality: four poster beds, wall hangings, and period furniture. The bedrooms and bathrooms look out over the park and have been entirely renovated.
Chateau d'Ivoy is a non-smoking residence.