Set in a quaint former hunting lodge on the village square, this simple hotel is a 3-minute walk from Golf d'Arc en Barrois, a 9-hole golf course, and an 8-minute walk from Chapelle Sainte-Anne, a church dating from 1639.Featuring hardwood floors and cast iron radiators, the traditional rooms offer complimentary Wi-Fi and TVs. Some have sofas.
Former hunting lodge of Louis-Philippe I of France, Chateau Arc en Barrois is located in Arc-en-Barrois. Set within a large park with a pond, it offers a nearby tennis court, and a large common area on the main floor.The rooms are individually decorated in a traditional and modern style and have antique and modern furniture.
Arc - en - Barrois is a commune in the Haute - Marne department in the Champagne - Ardenne region in northeastern France. The 18th - century French metallurgist and Encyclopédiste Étienne Jean Bouchu died in Arc - en - Barrois.