The Château des Bondons was built in the 18th century and is surrounded by a magnificent 7-hectare park. Initially known as the Château des Abymes, it first belonged to Baron de Flegny, the mayor of Ferté-sous-Jouarre under Napoleon I.
The novelist Georges Ohnet wrote Le Maître de forge here in 1870. Later, in 1910, the estate became the Château de la Noué sur le Guè, when it was bought by the Estiers and restored in the Deauville style.
During the first and second world wars, Generals Pershing, Georges, Gamelin and Weygand each used it in turn as their headquarters. The chateau was finally bought in 1968 by Mr and Mrs Busconi (parents) and then renovated in 1991 to become a luxury hotel.