The Group Mercure's palmares

Cinema is topical today, the opportunity for the Mercure Group to honor the 7th art and invite you to discover prestigious houses worthy of a movie set. Far from the excitement of the Croisette, cinematic enthusiasm in France remains a sure bet and Paris remains one of the most filmed cities in the world.

Currently, the capital is hosting the filming of the sixth installment of "Mission Impossible", with Tom Cruise enough to honor the cultural status of the city. Whether on the banks of the Seine, on the Boulevard Garibaldi or even at the Grand Palais, every building in the city will be highlighted.

It is no coincidence that the City of Light is one of the favorite destinations of directors from all over the world. The capital hosts an average of 10 shoots a day ! This demonstrates the architectural attractiveness that arouses the beauty of Paris, its monuments and its art of living.


First stone of the building of a trilogy

For the enthusiasts of old stones, many properties offer an idyllic setting and offer all the charm and comfort desired. This exceptional 18th century castle in Poitou is reminiscent of the prestigious residence held by Catherine Frot in " Viper in the Fist". (Reference 13571vm)


A castle worthy of medieval films 

For lovers of the legend of the Knights of Round Table, many are the historic castles restored and highlighting the authenticity of the places. Located in the Gard, this majestic castle inscribed as a Historic Monument and possessing nearly 19 rooms gives a vision of the time of King Arthur, recounted by the famous film "Lancelot" with Richard Gere. (Reference 59857vm)


A stud that inspires the world of sport

The French sport for excellence remains the riding. This stud farm of 30 boxes arranged for racing horses is located in the Oise. Possessing 2 dwellings, it extends on a domain of 32 hectares bordered of alleys in undergrowth. This field is similar to the fabulous story of the movie "Jappeloup" with Guillaume Canet, this French saddle horse considered one of the most successful horses of all time. (Reference 60192vm)



A sumptuous architecture for this high-end hotel

Considered one of the most beautiful castles in Provence with 1650m² of living space, this Historic Monument hidden between the meadows and the forest, offers a superb park revealing sumptuous essences of nature. Owning many outbuildings, this property is an invaluable work, as much as the stolen picture of the movie "The Grand Budapest Hotel". Bubbling history of inventiveness, the hotel in the film is a perfect match to the carefully designed architecture of this castle. (Reference 12119vm)


A property that transports the world of Pagnol

This sumptuous 18th century castle with several outbuildings and rooms, enhances its environment with sublime meadows and barns. With a dominant view on Castelnaudary, its swimming pool and its guest house, this property is characterized by the space and the atmosphere that it offers. Its bucolic and soothing atmosphere brings us back in the memories of childhood of Marcel Pagnol in "The castle of my mother". (Reference 11953vm)



A Burgundian property with good wine scents

Set in a prestigious wine-growing village in the heart of Burgundy, this former winegrower's house is distinguished by its large vaulted cellars and 2500m² of enclosed land bordered by an orchard and a magnificent swimming pool. Between vineyards and French art of living, the character of this house charms without moderation all lovers of vineyards. A refinement such as it recalls the family domain exploited in the film "Premiers Crus" highlighting the delicate flavors and notes of the oenologist's trade. (Reference 1162vm)