Come live the life of an XV111th century gentleman with the French Arostocricy and the Comte and Contesse, 20th generation of the family to have resided in the Chateau for the past V1 Centuries.
An experience of a lifetime: The hidden secret of the smaller Loire Valley’s picturesque countryside, Romanesque churches, their unique X11th century murals, the medieval town of Le Mans, Chartres cathedral and a visit to the famous Loire valley Chateaux and some private one not open to the public.
Immersion into French history and architecture of Medieval Christianity, through the 100 year war and into the Renaissance, along with the discovery of various LoirE and Loire vineyards, cellars and wines
Elegance and authenticity meet with comfort and modernity in this elegant home surround by XV1th century dry moat fortification, with its’ own chapel, flower gardens, fountains and pond.
Groups of 18 guests can comfortable occupy all the bedrooms and suites, each sumptuously and individually decorated with beautiful period antiques.
The grand salon, decorated in 1778 for the marriage of the Marquis, and adorned with an ornate chandelier, ancestral portraits and magnificent antiques, transmits a quiet air of history; the salon rose, built in the XV1th century, combines warmth & being cosy by the fire with beautiful furnishings. Moving both back and forward in time, the X1Vth century fireplace with the former well and monumental heath now houses a bar, satellite TV and billiard.
In the great dining room, masterpiece of the XV111th century with its’ imposing dresser, 4 course candlelit dinners accompanied by a special selection of wines are hosted three times a week.
For the Wine Connaisseur, the Count and Contessa has connections in many old Chateaux with cellars over 100 year old, they will happily arrange private visits.