Less than a mile from Louis XIV's Chateau de Versailles, with strong links to Paris, Trianon Palace Versailles is just minutes from world-famous cultural attractions and several highly-acclaimed golf courses.
Experience a slice of Versailles history by visiting the Equestrian Show Academy. Founded in 2003 in the royal stables of Chateau de Versailles, the EAA was created to inject a fresh perspective on live, equestrian entertainment. A nurturing area of creativity, this facility spotlights a previously neglected form of the arts.
Overtaken by Barabas as a platform for a new form of 21st century equestrian choreography, this new 'equestrian ballet' intends to craft original, unusual artistic scenarios. Combining dressage, song, artistic fencing and dance with entirely unique performers.
Visit the championship-level Golf de Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche golf course, or play a few rounds on the Golf du Paris Country Club course. The grounds of Parc du Domaine de Madame Elisabeth are perfect to relax in with a picnic, as you rest amidst the orange grove and recline on the grass.
Local Activities to Enjoy
Barabas Stables - witness the finest innovations in challenging, innovative equestrian ballet held at the Equestrian Show Academy.
Enjoy a round of golf at the nearby Golf de Saint-Nom-la-Breteche golf course.
Enjoy the Temple de l'Amour - close to the Petit Trianon palace of Versailles - and witness the place where Marie-Anoinette conducted love affairs.
At the Jeu de Paume witness the area where the 'Tennis Court Oath' began the rebellion which led to the storming of the Bastille.
Visit the Grand & Petites Ecuries to learn more about historic transport in the area of Versailles - housing the carriage museum which tracks methods of transport through the ages.