22 Loire Valley hotels found
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Chateau d'Artigny * * * *
90 Route de Monts , 37250 , Montbazon
A palatial mansion set in a 65-acre private estate with manicured gardens, Chateau d'Artigny is a majestic castle in the heart of the Loire Valley. Lavish architectural features, a superb new spa in the vaulted cellars, inventive cuisine and an impressive wine cellar are just some of the incentives for staying here.
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Chateau de la Bourdaisiere * * *
25, Rue de la Bourdaisière , 37270 , Montlouis-sur-Loire
The Château de la Bourdaisière is a magnificent castle of the XVth century. François Ist built it for his mistress. It became then the favourite place of residence for famed Mlle. Gabrielle d' Estrées, favourite of Henri IV. Today, a tourism site for relaxation but also discovery, the Château de la Bourdaisière offers outdoor activities, rooms, and reception rooms, but also place for exhibitions and luxurious gardens which shelters an extraordinary kitchen garden of 1 hectare. Bourdaisière provides you with 11 rooms and 3 apartments in the Castle and 6 rooms in the Pavilion Choiseul. Rooms are spacious, quite differently decorated in the same spirit of taste and refinement of these women who made the history. The lounge is decorated with a herbarium.
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Hotel Le Manoir Saint Thomas * * * *
1, Mail Saint-Thomas , 37400 , Amboise
This ancient priory in 1107 was founded by Hughes 1st, Lord of Amboise, it has today been restored to its former glory reveling for you its chamber in all their finery. You will appreciate the serenity of this renaissance residence, where a subtle harmony of refinement, hospitality, elegance, comfort and authenticity reign. Each room of the Manor recalls the history of Amboise: the fireplaces, the sweeping staircase, the tower made from carved stone, the ceilings with painted beams, and the woodwork.

All these elements coalesce to conjure up centuries past, contrive to seduce your sensibilities and provide a relaxing atmosphere for your stay in Le Manoir Saint Thomas. The shaded floral footpaths of the park lead you to the swimming pool, so you may decide to take a relaxing stroll as readily as opt to go for a swim.

The house has many old fireplaces in wood, stone and marble. In the old priory all the windows have stained glass and there are winged dragons on the gables. The 15th century turret is in the North-East corner of the Manor and on the ceiling of the drawing room you can see the signature of one of the painter of 1887 – “RIPAULT”.
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Chateau de Pray * * * *
Rue du Cèdre , 37530 , Amboise
Chateau de Pray lies in the heart of the prestigious Loire Chateaux Region. A mile west of the town center, this château from 1224 resembles a tower-flanked castle on the Rhine. Inside, you'll find antlers, hunting trophies, and a paneled drawing room with a fireplace and a collection of antique oils.
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Domaine de Beauvois * * * *
27, Route de Beauvois , 37230 , Saint-Etienne de Chigny

Domaine de Beauvois

An imposing manor overlooking Briffaut Lake, Domaine de Beauvois is a glorious retreat set in 350 acres of Loire Valley parkland. Tranquility is guaranteed here together with a choice of cuisine, gentle pastimes and a connoisseurs wine selection. Do not miss your chance to book your rooms with our official rates.

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Chateau de Colliers * * * *
Route de Blois , 41500 , Muides-sur-Loire

Chateau de Colliers

Chateau de Colliers was designed by architect Jacques Gabriel, the king’s personal architect and built in 1751 by the Chevalier de Bela. The chateau was originally owned by the Marquis de Vaudreuil, once the governor of Louisiana.
Each of the five guest rooms has its own character and atmosphere. They are decorated with elegant furniture passed through the peaceful and family history of the castle. Facing the Loire, on the terrace under the shade of ancient charms or lounge with large windows opening on a space full of light and serenity, you will experience time to rest, out of time, away stress and the pulsing big city life.
The rooms combine old charm with modern amenities. The bathrooms are functional, with bathtubs, bidets and toilets. WiFi, essential to travelers of the XXIst century, is available in almost every room of the castle.

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La Croix Blanche de Sologne * * *
5, Place Robert Mottu , 41600 , Chaumon-sur-Tharonne
La Croix Blanche de Sologne was originally a convent became an Hotel, in the XVth Century and in 1779 was bought by Mme. Marie-Madeleine Thibonneau, the first chef owner of the Hotel. Since then, eighteen women have been in charge of the kitchen and it is still so today.
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Le Chateau de Reignac * * * *
19 Rue Louis de Barberin , 37310 , Reignac-sur-Indre
Perfectly located right by Tours in the heart of the Loire Valley, the Château de Reignac invites you to enjoy the laid back way of life of a 17th century French aristocrat. From the Fortress Castle to the Gothic decor, during its line of history this Castle evolved acquiring quite a reputation. Today there remains the two big cylindrical towers framing the western facade as well as the guardroom dating from the XVth century. In the castle and along the paths of the park, near the Chapel, the presence of illustrious persons past still haunt the wings where they stayed, most notably the Marquis de Lafayette and his wife. The decor and the chosen pieces of period furniture aim at recreating the atmosphere most familiar to these great names in history, while insuring the hosts of the Castle all the comfort of a luxury hotel.
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Les Hautes Roches * * * *
86, Quai de la Loire , 37210 , Rochecorbon
On the banks of the Loire River, the last wild river of Europe and in the heart of the Vouvray vineyards, this former monastery is a symbol of the Val de Loire style with its troglodyte rooms. The lounges and dining rooms are located in this charming XVIIIth century castle with its tuff walls.

The Cuisine, almost exclusively based on products of the sea, is a reminder of one of the favourite chapters in the gastronomic repertory of Didier Edon: fish in all its varieties. Fish and seafood from Brittany are delivered every day, and prepared in a half classical and half sophisticated way, combining the flavours of the garden of the Loire and elsewhere, served in summer on the terrace overlooking the river.
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Le Choiseul * * * *
36, Quai Charles Guinot , 37400 , Amboise
Comprising three delightful manor houses dating from the 15th and 18th century, overlooking the River Loire, Le Choiseul sits at the foot of Château d'Amboise. Close to most of the Loire Valley’s finest châteaux, the hotel has pretty terraced gardens bordered by Troglodyte caves, stunning river views and the choice of two exciting restaurants.
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