It was built in the 18th century, in a small Burgundy village called Salorges. Its funny tower got this manor its nickname: Chateau de Salorges. When Dutch Lida and Wim bought it, it had been uninhabited for 15 years, after having served as a holiday camp for forty years. Not much fantasy is needed to imagine all the works that needed to be done to transform this ‘chateau’into the magnificent manor that it is today. Coloured with nuances of white, wood and red and decorated with lots of French flea market finds it feels warm and welcoming, and guess what: you’re welcome to be a guest as well!
Location France NO. Images 56 Published in FR2017, IT2017, NL/BE2018