Transfer Paris (Hotel or home adress) - Chantilly and its Castle

Paris (Hotel or home address) - Chantilly and its Castle

Book one of our chauffered limo or our private cars to discover the castle of Chantilly and taste the famous whipped cream of this town . The driver will pick you up at your hotel and drive you to this place about 40 km north the french capital


Private van  transfer from Paris to Chantilly Castle 



The castle of Chantilly is located in the Oise, in Hauts-de-France region. Built in the valley of Nonette, a tributary of the Oise, the town of Chantilly developed to the west of the castle during and after the French Revolution. Chantilly is known for its Renaissance castle, but also its whipped cream and its training center for racing horses. The name Chantilly comes from Cantiliacum, from the Gallic forename of Cantilius.

During Middle Age, Chantilly was surrounded by moats and a rampart of 7 towers. Built on marshland, it was owned by the Butler Senlis until the 14th century. Pierre d'Orgemont begins the reconstruction of the castle in 1386, when the latter was put on sale, consecutively to a plunder, by the heir of the Senlis. Chantilly remained in possession of the Montmorency family until the seventeenth century. Among the renovations undertaken by the Montmorency are the captaincy or the small castle, the terrace, the garden and the seven chapels.

Henry II of Montmorency was executed in 1632 for revolt against the royal authority. His property is confiscated by Louis XIII, who acquires the castle for his hunting. In 1643, Chantilly was ceded to the house of Conde, the younger branch of the house of Bourbon. The present castle is a reconstruction dating from the 19th century. In 1834, the lawn of Chantilly welcomes its first horse races, it is at this time that the city becomes a holiday resort. Since then, horse shows have played a major role in the local economy. During the race days, up to 20,000 bettors arrive in Chantilly. The heir of the estate, King Louis-Philippe I, Henri d'Orléans, installed his collections of paintings and old books here, before giving it to the institute of France.

During the 19th century, aristocratic families, great bourgeois and artists settled and built villas and castles around Chantilly. The commune grew in the inter-war period. During the Second World War, the large stables of Chantilly were used as a veterinary hospital. The city was liberated with the entry of American tanks on August 31, 1944.


Chantilly receives thousands of people on race days. Apart from this affluence due to equestrian activities, the vestiges and monuments of this city in the Oise Valley attract thousands of tourists every year.

The Castle of Chantilly

One of the pus great châteaux of the Renaissance, its dependences are the object protections to the title historical patrimony. After visiting the King's library and apartments, you will enjoy the park in all its splendor before discovering a Renaissance-style meal. Composed of a main course, a dessert and a glass of wine, you can enjoy a warm goat cheese salad, a gratinated scallops and sweet cocottes.

The Great Stables

Built between 1719 and 1740, the masterpiece of the architect Jean Aubert, today houses the horse museum. Since the 17th century, the local stables have trained thoroughbred horses and draft horses for court ceremonies and other royal events. Today, the large stables are a modern riding center where mares and stallions live and train for international competitions and shows

The cottage

The construction was revised, but still visible, and was intended to receive Henri IV, and served as the refuge of the poet Théophile de Viau, condemned to death. He received the asylum of Marie des Ursins, whom he sang under the name of Silvie. The poet remained under the protection of Marshal Henry II of Montmorency until his death.

The Pavillon des Manses

Another must-see attraction in Chantilly, the Pavillon des Manses serves to understand the animations of the waters and fountains of the time. The visit of the castle would be incomplete without discovering this exceptional setting.

Door of Saint-Denis

It is a vestige of Chantilly Castle and testifies to the past grandeur of the princely period. Its visitors suggest contemplating this door at dusk, when the moon is clear.


Hotel Château de Montvillargenne

The Château of Montvillargene is a 4-star property offering a choice of either a standard room, the senior executive room or the family suite. Free Wi-Fi and free parking, regardless of the package chosen, this hotel offers a full-service spa and an indoor pool.

Campanile Chantilly-Gouvieux

Equipped with 50 air-conditioned non-smoking rooms, this 3-star hotel also features a restaurant, a bar / lounge and a terrace. Campanile Chantilly offers complimentary baby cots. As an entertainment, the hotel offers a shuttle bus to visit the local attractions. This hotel is also less than 2 km far from the Chantilly golf course and the Princes' vegetable garden and 2.4 km from the Living Horse Museum.

Hotel Avenue de Chantilly

Cheap hotel in Chantilly with a restaurant, no surcharge for Wi-Fi and parking. This establishment has 2 stars and proposes you its rooms for the price of 74 euros. There is also a private bathroom, a minibar and maintenance services. The Chantilly Avenue hotel is close to local attractions. Vegetable garden of Princes Faisanderie and Museum Vivant du Cheval at 1km, Castle of Chantilly at 2 km.

Ibis budget Senlis

Located on the avenue Charles de Gaulle, this is an economic hotel offering price starting from 44 euros. A friendly and multilingual staff will welcome you in one of the 78 rooms of the hotel. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas and rooms.


By private car or minivan, 55 minutes will be enough to get to Chantilly from the center of Paris. The estate is 20 minutes from Charles de Gaulles Airport Paris, 40 km from Paris center. From Paris, take the highway A3 or A1 and exit "Chantilly". The Chantilly domain is easily accessible.