Situated in the stunning surrounds of the Loire Valley, Château du Coudreceau has provided a safe haven for guests since it was first built in 1775. The estate was fully renovated in 2013 by the Williams family, but it was the introduction of a world class golf course that made it a perfect fit for the Modest! brand.
“We are delighted to welcome The Condor Club at Château du Coudreceau to the Modest! business,” said Modest! Sports owner Niall Horan. “This incredible estate has always been steeped in history, but today it has to be one of golf’s best kept secrets when it comes to the ultimate luxury experience.
“The golf course is incredible. You’d think it had been there since the beginning. It fits the land so well and the off-course experience is just as good. We’re very proud to partner with Château du Coudreceau and look forward to showcasing everything this hidden gem has to offer long into the future.”
Modest! Sports Marketing is the latest arm of the Modest! business, taking 25 years of experience from the music industry and putting it into event promotion, brand development and talent management. The company already works with leading names like Kinetica Sports, Pulesroll and ISPS HANDA and will hope to enjoy similar success with Château du Coudreceau.
“The Condor Club at Château Du Coudreceau are delighted to partner with Modest Golf Group and Modest Sports Marketing,” said Niall Carroll, General Manager at Château Du Coudreceau. “Modest are a premium brand in the sports world and to be aligned with a like-minded organisation with similar values is an exciting opportunity for us to grow our visibility worldwide. We look forward to growing the relationship in the coming months and years with Niall and his team.
Carroll added: “The venue has been developed into a truly world class facility consisting of an international golf estate, with Irish hospitality situated in a stunning French location. Located only 90 minutes south of Paris, we are looking forward to welcoming guests from all over the world to the bubble here in Château Du Coudreceau.”
The golf course boasts 14 holes, but has a composite 18 hole layout measures 6,100 yards. It was designed by the estate owner and his son with guidance from Hawtree Designs, The Arnold Palmer Design Company and Paul McGinley Designs. The club has no members and only guests staying on the estate can book a tee time.
To find out more, visit www.cducestates.com