Loire Valley châteaux break
perfect for couples, families and friends!
The Loire Valley is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
At the Hotel
Cookery workshops for children (booking required)
Outdoor play area (table tennis table, swing)
Board games in the lounges and library
Walks through the vegetable garden and farm
Cycle trails nearby (bicycles can be rented from our partners). We have 4 electric bicycles on site (booking required).
Cycling tourism: the Loire and Cher rivers meet at Chenonceaux: 800 km of cycle and countryside trails.
Canoeing and pedalos on the Cher.
Barge trips on the Loire.
Loire wildlife and plant life excursions.
Culture & Heritage
Château de Chenonceau: famous around the world for its gardens and the double gallery spanning the Cher. A third garden, dedicated to Russel Page, opened to the public in 2018. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2017. (read more)
Château d’Amboise and gardens: King Francis I’s royal residence, overlooking the Loire. (read more)
Château and Gardens of Villandry (read more)
Château de Chaumont-sur-Loire: international garden festival (read more)
Château d’Azay-le-Rideau: nestling delicately by the water’s edge (read more)
Château de Chambord and estate: (read more)
Château de Cheverny : Tintin exhibition for the whole family (read more)
La Grange de Meslay Festival: classical music festival (read more)
Opéra de Tours (symphony orchestra) (read more)
Montlouis-sur-Loire Jazz Festival: live jazz performances from the stars (read more)
Loire Valley and Touraine vineyards: tours and tastings (read more)
Château Gaudrelle (read more)
Domaine de la Chapinière (read more)
Domaine de la Taille aux Loups (read more)
Domaine de Pierre et Bertrand Couly (read more)
Caves Duhard (Amboise) (read more)
Cité de la Gastronomie: regional produce (read more)
Château du Clos Lucé (Leonardo da Vinci’s former residence) (read more)