The Demeure du parc, a guest house
The Demeure du Parc is the former property of Louis d'Oger, the Marquis of Cavoye, Grand Marshal of the Logis of Louis XIV. It was in following the king in his move to Fontainebleau that he acquired and outfitted this house, an annex of the castle. It is without doubt that the greatest names of the time stood in this home... Molière, Corneille, Bossuet, Vauban, Mme de Sévigné, Voltaire, Ronsard, Racine, Pascal, and more. This was more normal since Cavoye, nicknamed the "Friend of the King", "was bound with the most brilliant of the court for life", said Saint Simon in his memoirs. Thus Racine, the tragic poet, always lodged with his friend Cavoye when he followed the court at Fontainebleau, as Felix Herbert, historian of Fontainebleau, tells us.
A contemporary family house
The hotel consists of three pavilions, bordering a vast esplanade of 900 m2, and features chestnut trees, fruit trees, wisteria, and aromatic plants. This garden is a haven of peace in the heart of the city. The hotel offers 27 neo-contemporary rooms and suites that combine wood, sleek lines, and opaline hues with softness and modernity. Some rooms have terraces or small private gardens. The hotel is warmed by light oak floors and exposed beams.
Sincere and friendly cuisine
Conceived as a contemporary guest house, La Table du Parc is a family restaurant that welcomes epicureans in the heart of a contemporary setting.
A talented composer of flavours, Frédéric Vardon invites you to discover generous and sincere local gastronomy.
The culinary identity is unquestionably French and local. The cuisine honours the area of a region rich in exceptional products, and traditional dishes are reinterpreted with a modern twist.