Seven gorgeous suites at the Chateau

The historical rooms have been decorated over a ten-year timeframe by the current owner and are unique in style, offering the cosy feeling and charm that have made the reputation of Chateau de Saint-Martory. The Cathedral suite, however, is “outrageously” modern as you will see from the photos. Created in 2008, it offers a unique view of the chateau’s roof structure (namely its original oakwood beams), 5-meter high ceilings, and has been decorated with contemporary art, a design bed (designed by the owner) and 1950’s and 1960’s Brazilian furniture.

All the bathrooms, except the Cathedral’s, have large retro bathtubs. Six of the bedrooms offer queen or king size while one of them offers two spacious single beds.


The Master’s Suite

This suite was that of the owner until recently. Facing East and South, with views of the lawns, farmhouse and tree plantations, it is extremely sunny. It’s bathroom with the green couch is unique.

King size bed.


The Ancester’s Suite

Decorated with many portraits of family members, this suite is in the main tower and offers beautiful views of the lawns and tree plantation, facing South.

Queen size bed + a single bed in a separate corner / dressing room.


The Bishop’s Suite

An amazing and humongous suite that once hosted a bishop friend of the family. It faces North and East and overlooks the Garonne river that you can hear running calmly below in your sleep.

Two large single beds.


La Table d’Ombrie

Just above the Master’s suite, facing East and South, with views of the lawns, farmhouse and tree plantations, its unique table dating back from 17th century Northern Italy gives its name to the suite.

King size bed.


Laura’s Suite

Laura is the sister of the owner. This is her suite, decorated with a beautiful collection of paintings from a very famous local artist. Located inside the main tower, it offers South exposure with views of the lawn, trees plantations, pool area and the Pyrénées.

Queen size bed + a single bed in a separate corner / dressing room.


The Cathedral

Named for its stunning 15-foot high ceilings showing the beams of the rooftop structure, it has been decorated with 1950’s and 1960’s designer furniture and contemporary works of art. Located above Suite 3 it offers amazing views of the Garonne river and the village of Saint-Martory.

King size bed.


The Billiard suite

Located near the games room, on the very last floor of the chateau, this room is sunny all year round, with great views of the property as a whole and the Pyrénées in the backdrop.

King size bed + a single bed in separate corner / dressing room.

Accommodation at the nineteenth century farmhouse

In addition to the chateau’s seven luxurious suites, we can also host additional guests at the farmhouse located just across the lawn, one hundred meters away. Three additional rooms and two bathrooms are available in this building dating back to the mid nineteenth century,  bringing the total capacity to 20 adults plus as many children as you want.

The farmhouse rooms are also where we host Bed & Breakfast clients in the winter months.


Farmhouse Room 1

Looking onto the courtyard of the farmhouse this is our kids’ room.

Shares a bathroom with Room 2.

Two single beds.


Farmhouse Room 2

Great views of the lawn and chateau.

Shares a bathroom with Room 1.

Queen size bed.


Farmhouse Suite

With beautiful views of the lawns, chateau and tree plantation.

Queen size bed.