THE DOMAINE OF CRECY

Hotel, golf course, restaurant and animal park

The Domaine de Crécy combines serenity, elegance and the charm of nature. This complex, installed in an old farmhouse, will charm you with its friendly setting, in harmony with nature and ideal to recharge your batteries as a family, as a couple or with friends far from the city, while enjoying the comfort of its facilities.

An exceptional nature experience!

Located at the gates of the village of Crécy-la-Chapelle, in the heart of the Seine et Marne (77), 40 km from Paris, and 10 km from Disneyland Paris and the Val d’Europe & La Vallée Village shopping centers.

GOLF

IN TOTAL FREEDOM

In the heart of an exceptional nature, two golf courses: a 9-hole course, Montpichet, and an 18-hole course, Vignoly, designed by Arnold Palmer, one of the greatest architects in the world of golf.

The Crécy Golf Club academy is an opportunity to train, to improve or simply to have fun while learning golf.

In a site in the middle of nature, experienced golfers or beginners, rediscover the pleasures of golf in complete freedom and come to spend a moment in all conviviality and peace.

THE VIGNOLY COURSE

The only 18 holes course in France designed by Arnold Palmer

THE MONTPICHET COURSE

A 9-hole course accessible to all, beginners and experienced players

TASTE

THE CONVIVIALITY

Le Panoramic invites you to discover its generous and gourmet French cuisine in the heart of a beautiful authentic building in an exceptional green environment and its terraces with view. Ideal for a romantic meal, a family celebration, a meal with friends or a business lunch.

SUNDAY BRUNCH

The must-see weekend event

OUR TASTY MENU

Generous dishes to brighten up your taste buds

VISIT

A NATURE RESERVE

With Parrot World, an immersive animal park, head for South America and its extraordinary wildlife only 5 minutes walk from the Domaine de Crécy. A wonderful visit to make during your stay at the Domaine de Crécy! The opportunity to observe in their natural behavior parrots, jaguars, giant otters … in the heart of a natural reserve.