In the heart of France, the Château of Saint-Augustin has been rebuilded at the beginning of the 18th century by Michel Cadier, first baron of Veauce and ancestor of the present owner. The baron of Veauce made of Saint-Augustin his main hunting rendez-vous and was coming here three months a year just for hunting. Later, at the 19th century, the count Chaillon de Jonville transformed Saint-Augustin in a comfortable castle. Today, the Château of Saint-Augustin is listed, inside and outside, by the Monuments Historiques of France, and the chapel, the honour court are listed aswell. Actually, it is one of the most important historical monuments of the region Bourbonnais. During the visit to the château, you will discover the stables and the saddle-room, the chapel, a large hall decorated with hunting trophies, the italian dining- room, the drawing-rooms and the old kitchen. After the visit, you can walk in the parc and say hello to Bambi and the other animals. You are welcome to Saint-Augustin at every moment during the year if you want to enjoy the charm of the rooms and the delicious dishes prepared by the hostess.