Eating, drinking and Sleeping

Hotel - Diderot 
4 Rue de Buffon 
T: + 33 2 47 93 18 87 
F: + 33 2 47 93 37 10 
This lovely 15th Century manor punches well above its humble 2 star rating. Purchased and renovated a few years ago by the Dutheil family (relatives of the local wine dynasty), Diderot is operated by siblings Laurent, Françoise and Martine. There is no restaurant (which is no handicap when one considers the choice available to guests within a ten minute walk), but breakfast here is not to be missed. The family produces over 1,600kg of homemade jam each year, boasting a selection of 55 different varieties, all of which is consumed over the heavy wooden communal tables in the beamed dining room. Sadly, they are not available for purchase by guests although you can buy the family recipe book 'Jam in the cupboard' as a souvenir of your stay. The 27 rooms, mostly situated around a central graveled courtyard which doubles up as the parking lot are traditionally decorated, some with pieces of modest antique furniture. Prices for the region are very reasonable. In addition, the Dutheil's provide very efficient and free wi-fi to all their guests. Closed for most of December and two weeks over January/February. Very highly recommended. (Last stayed 04/11)   

Hotel - Le Plantagenêt
12 Place Jeanne d'Arc
T: + 33 2 47 93 36 92
F: + 33 2 47 98 48 92
This two star hotel overlooking the main square has 33 basic rooms situated both in the original 19th Century building and a more recent rear annex. This is functional rather than comfortable and serves well enough for an overnight stay although it is not recommended as a long term option. There is free parking opposite in the square, but be aware this also houses the local market on Thursdays so any outstanding vehicles are evicted in the early hours. Average. (Last stayed 02/11).

Hotel-Restaurant - Hostellerie Gargantua / Le Gandoyau
73 Rue Haute Saint Maurice 
T: + 33 2 47 93 04 71 
F: + 33 2 47 93 08 02  
Takes its name from its Rabelais connection; the writers father ran his affairs from this tall, turreted 15th Century palace which originally served as the local bailiffs office. There are seven comfortable, if somewhat cramped rooms. Each comes with its own theme and are spread over five stories. Accessed by a central spiral staircase, this can be a little daunting for those who tend not to travel lightly but for those in need of an historical fix, this two star establishment should prove suitable enough. Next door, serviced by a small terrace, is its restaurant, Le Gandoyau. This promises a host of local dishes but in truth the food is poor and the service comes without a smile. Not recommended. (Last dined 04/11).  

Hotel-Restaurant – de la Treille 
4 Place Jeanne d-Arc 
T: + 33 2 47 93 07 71 
This small restaurant with four upstairs rooms is run by a husband (he’s in the kitchen) and wife team. It's a good place to sit on the terrace and enjoy an early morning coffee and watch the world from the edge of the square. Inside, however, is dark and a little grubby. The menu is made up of some simple homely staples, although I can't comment on the quality of the food on offer. (Last visited 04/11).    

Café-Hôtel - des Arts 
4 Rue Jean Jacques Rousseau

T: + 33 2 47 93 09 84
F: + 33 2 47 95 19 25 
A trendy new bistro on the edge of Place Fontaine with a large, multi-roomed restaurant and plenty of options for open air dining on the square outside. The menu contains classic French brasserie favourites and a well-chosen wine list with advice available from their dedicated sommelier. The quality of the food is good but the service by the indifferent young team is slow and inconsistent which is a shame. There are also six bedrooms available on the first floor. Open for early morning coffee from 07h30 and serves until midnight. Closed Wednesday. Recommended for the food and wine but patience is needed when it comes to the service. (Last dined 04/11).

Restaurant - Au Chapeau Rouge 
49 Place du Géneral de Gaulle 
T/F: + 33 2 47 98 08 08 
A relatively large restaurant split between two distinct dining areas and situated in a quiet corner of Place Fontaine. Chef Christophe Duguin cooks local and seasonal dishes in a competent, if unexciting, manner whilst madame looks after the front of house. There is a reasonable wine list which includes a good selection from the Chinon appellation although these are from more recent vintages. Service is friendly and prices are moderate. Au Chapeau Rouge teeters on the edge of being traditional and outdated. Closed mid-October to mid-November and again from mid-February to mid-March, Sunday night and Monday. (Last dined 02/11).

Restaurant - L’Océanic 
13 Rue Rabelais 
T: + 33 2 47 93 44 55 
F: + 33 2 47 93 38 08 
As the name might suggest, the focus here is on all things fishy, which also extends to amphibious reptiles (the frogs legs in butter, garlic and parsley are particularly recommended) and fresh lobster is housed in a tank by the door, with diners encouraged to select their own dinner on arrival. L'Oceanic is owned and run by Chef Patrick Descoubles and his very smartly dressed wife, Marie-Paule. Prices here are moderate to expensive depending on the menu one selects, but is relatively good value regardless. The cooking is more than competent and there is a very good wine list with its own pages dedicated to Chinon and includes some older vintages which are all correctly priced. Cheeses are supplied from the famous affineur house of Mons. Tables are available on the quiet pedestrian street outside during the season. Service here is friendly and attentive. Closed end of April and end of August, Sunday night and Monday. Recommended. (Last dined 04/11).

Restaurant - L’Ardoise 
42 Rue Rabelais 

T: + 33 2 47 59 48 78 
L'Ardoise was opened in 2005 by husband and wife team, Stéphane and Yelana Perrot; he’s in the kitchen whilst the chatty Yelana works the front of house. It is the favourite haunt of local wine courtier, Charles Sydney. The food here, as described by Yelana herself, is 'cinema' which some diners might interpret as a modern take on classic French cuisine. My own interpretation is that the food is over elaborate to the detriment of its substance. There is a short wine list that has a focus on local growers. Moderate to expensive. Should the conversation ever run dry, there is a large and well stocked tropical fish tank to gaze into. (Last dined 02/11)

Restaurant - Les Années 30
78 Rue Voltaire 
T: + 33 2 47 93 37 18 
F: + 33 2 47 93 33 72 
Situated in the heart of the medieval town, Les Années 30 might consider itself as the most formal of dining experiences in Chinon, especially after the demise of 'Au Plaisir Gourmand' (Chinon's only Michelin starred establishment which once stood exactly opposite) a few years ago. The restaurant stretches over two floors in this ancient wood and stone building. Chef Stéphane Charles prepares local ingredients producing a menu that is classic haute-cuisine with formal service to match. The wine list is good and has a selection of well-chosen local producers - with a few older vintages extracted from the caves of some supportive growers. Closed end of June, end of November, Tuesdays (except between May and September) and Wednesday. Moderate to expensive, but recommended. (Last dined: 04/11).

Bar-à-Vins  A La Pause Rabelaisienne 
28 Place du Général de Gaulle 
T: + 33 2 47 93 35 25
F: + 33 2 47 93 42 53
This brightly painted café is on the corner of the Place Fontaine and makes a welcome stop for coffee, beer or a glass of wine, depending on your mood. You can also get a modest plate of cheese or charcuterie here during the day. It is operated (with standard Teutonic precision) by German ex-banker Rainer Schmidt and his Chinonnaise wife, Patricia. Next door to the bar is a wine shop with a decent selection sourced from local producers and available, in theory, at the same price as those charged at the domaine. Rainer also offers tastings for groups of between 10 and 18 people at vaulted cellars, below. Recommended. The bar tends to close early evening. (Last dined 04/11)

Café - de l’Hôtel de Ville 
Place de Général de Gaulle 
T: + 33 2 47 93 04 14

Situated next to the town hall in one of more bustling parts of the town, this lively little bar is the place to head for morning coffee.

Restaurant - Auberge du Val de Vienne 
30 Route de Chinon 
T: + 33 2 47 95 26 49 
F: + 33 2 47 95 25 97 
Sazilly, one of the communes on the rive-gauche of the Chinon appellation, is a 15 minute drive away from the centre of town and sits opposite the cellar of Domaine Charles Joguet. It is an old relais de post which dates back to around 1870. There are two separate dining rooms seating a combined seventy covers. Chef-proprietor Jean-Marc Gervais and his wife, Florence, run a serious operation serving classical cuisine which is based on seasonal ingredients and the day’s menu might include Escalope de foie-gras sur crème de potimarron or Tête de Veau, sauce ravigote, both signature dishes. The wine list carries over 400 references from the Loire and includes some older examples at very modest prices. Closed Sunday evening and all day Monday. Annual closure: Mid November to early December and first three weeks in January. Highly recommended and certainly worth the detour out of town. (Last dined: 04/11).

Hotel-Restaurant – Manoir de la Giraudière 
T: +33 2 47 58 40 36 
F:  +33 2 47 58 46 06 
This 17th century manor house is about a ten minute drive north of Chinon and sits close to the banks of the Vienne . The rooms here are a little bit musty and in need of renovation. Although there is a restaurant here, I’ve only ever made use of the rooms. (Last stayed: 06/04).  

Hotel-Restaurant - De France
47 Place Géneral de Gaulle

T: + 33 2 47 93 33 91
F: + 33 2 47 98 37 03
There is evidence that hotel existed here 500 years ago with many ancient artifacts (which may be viewed in the local museum) discovered during the renovations of the 16th Century building. The hotel stands in Place Fontaine with many of its 30 rooms having wrought iron balconies overlooking the square below and the fortress above. The hotel is operated as a Best Western, although it barely conforms to the bed-factory image most associated with the chain. There is a ground floor restaurant which spills out into the square during the season. This, I believe is operated independently, and serves basic if classic dishes; not all local.

Hotel - Agnès Sorel
4 Quai Pasteur

T: + 33 2 47 93 04 37
F: + 33 2 47 93 06 37
I’ve never stayed here, but those who have seem to recommend it. This two star hotel is located on the banks of the Vienne and is within about five minute walk of the centre of town. Some of the ten rooms are river facing which, I imagine, must also be noisy given this is the main Chinon to Bourgueil road.

Hotel-Restaurant - Le Lion d'Or
10 Place Jeanne d'Arc

T: + 33 2 47 81 20 20
F: + 33 2 47 81 20 21   
This modern looking two star hotel on the edge of Place Jeanne d’Arc has 42 rooms and a bar-restaurant that serves basic food. The bar always seems to be well patronized by locals.

Hotel -
Saint Jacques

19 Rue du Raineau

T: + 33 2 47 93 16 40
F: + 33 2 47 98 46 31 
This two star 14 roomed hotel is on the opposite bank of the Vienne in the quarter known as the Faubourg Saint-Jacques. It appears pretty basic and is on the main southern artery road that comes into the town.

Hotel - All Seasons
11 Rue Digue Saint Jacques
T: + 33 2 47 98 46 46
F: + 33 2 47 98 35 44
All Seasons is part of an inexpensive bed-factory chain of hotels. There are 35 recently rooms. Ensure you ask for one that has a view of the Royal Fortress.

Hotel - Au Sans Souci
Route de Tours
T: + 33 2 47 58 06 91
f: + 33 2 47 58 06 94 
For those on a budget. This basic hotel is on the edge of a retail park on the outer ring-road of the town. It’s a bit isolated, so unless you’re the sort of guy content with eating a McDonald’s burger for dinner, you’d need transport to get into the town from here.

Hotel-Restaurant - Le Haut Clos

T: + 33 2 47 95 94 50
F: + 33 2 47 95 82 80 
Le Haut Clos has been under the ownership of the Bordeau family since the mid-1980s. It’s a wooden chalet-type building set up on a hillside close to the main Chinon to Loudon road. There are views from here along the valley of the Vienne. The hotel has a two star rating and has nine rooms all enjoying a garden view. The dining options include eating on the terrace which looks over towards the fortress or eating in the rather rustic dining room which bills itself as une table en Rabelaisie, where one can eat copiously from grills prepared on a huge wood-fired chimney.

Restaurant - At’able
21-25 Rue Rabelais
T: + 33 2 47 98 40 88
F: + 33 2 47 93 24 25 
Annie and Jean-Claude Delaveau run this large, functional restaurant on the main pedestrian street through the town. The menu includes the usual suspects, but has yet to inspire the author to cross its threshold.

Restaurant - La Bonne France
4 Place de la Victoire
T: + 33 2 47 98 01 34
Didier Le Bon runs this basic little restaurant in a quiet square away from the bustle of the town.

Restaurant - Côté Jardin
30 Rue du Commerce
Place Victoire
T/F: + 33 2 47 93 10 97
Joseline and Georges Blandineau offer specialties du terroir on their simple menu. Expect to see coq au vin, stuffed pork trotters, andouillette, magret de canard… Inexpensive.

Restaurant - L’Echo de Rabelais
2 Rue du Château
T: + 33 2 47 93 95 87
F: + 33 2 47 81 20 63 
Located at the rear entrance to the fortress, you can drop in here for an inexpensive coffee at any time of the day. During the season (July and August) they are open every day for lunch but close for dinner on Sunday and Monday.

Bar-à-Vins-Caviste - La Cave Voltaire
13 Rue Voltaire
T: + 33 2 47 93 37 68
P: + 33 6 84 77 59 57
Chatty and hospitable proprietor Patrice Claire has over 300 wines available in his small shop, including many local references as well as an extensive selection of Malt Whisky. He also serves basic platters of cheese and charcuterie on his small terrace outside during the season.

Bar-à-Vins – Le Patio
42 Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau
T + 33 2 47 81 22 41
A well patronized local bar with a good selection of wines available by the glass.

Bar-à-Vins – Au Tastevin
12 bis, Rue du Grenier à Sel
P: + 33 6 87 79 17 12  

Hotel-Restaurant - Château de Marçay
T: + 33 2 47 93 03 47
T: + 33 2 47 93 45 33
Seven kilometres from Chinon and housed in a 15th Century castle (itself established on the foundations of an 11th Century military fortress), the Château de Marçay has been operating as a hotel since 1973. There are 34 well-appointed and individual rooms in the main building and an old converted dependence referred to as the Pavillion des Vignes which, as the name suggests looks across the hotels own 15 hectares of appellation Touraine vineyards. The wines are not made on site but rather in the cellar of local vigneron, Pascal Avril. There is a gastronomic restaurant (with one Michelin Star) serving traditional dishes often sourcing ingredients from their own potager. The wine cellar is located 12 metres below the chateau and is filled with some 12,000 bottles. There is an outdoor heated swimming pool, a tennis court and bowling green. The same company also operates the excellent Relais & Chateaux listed Les Hautes Roches in Rochecorbon, close to Vouvray. In addition to the vineyards, there is a wooded park planted to truffle oaks and the hotel boasts an outdoor heated swimming pool, a tennis court and bowling green. Closed mid-January to the beginning of March. The hotel is open all week but the restaurant is closed Sunday and Monday between November and March.  

Restaurant - Auberge de L’Île
3 Place Bouchard

T/F: + 33 2 47 58 51 07
Geneviève and Pierre Koniecko run this well respected restaurant located on the island that gives this otherwise dull little town its name. I haven’t eaten here since 2004 so elected not to proffer a judgment on the place, but I can confirm we ate well here. Closed December and January, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Hotel-Restaurant – Les Quatre Vents
Place Bouchard
T: + 33 2 47 58 50 74
On the opposite side of the square to the Auberge de L’Île, Guy and Nadine Jouleux run this basic bar and restaurant which also has a few rooms that appeal more to business travelers.

Restaurant – Auberge des Côteaux
12 Route Principale
T: + 33 2 47 93 99 60
Simple restaurant on the roadside between Chinon and Panzoult.

Restaurant - La Petite Auberge
4 Rue de la Tourette
T: + 33 2 47 95 47 44
This tired looking restaurant could do with a facelift. I can’t comment on the quality of the food, but the menu includes some classic restaurant dishes. Closed Sunday evening and Monday.

Restaurant - Le Palmier
1 Rue des Palmiers
T: + 33 2 47 95 90 75
F: + 33 2 47 95 82 17
This is a small auberge at the heart of this troglodyte village.

Restaurant - Le Bistrot de L’Atlantide
T: + 33 2 47 58 81 85
Guylaine and Jean-Marc Fayet run this basic eatery situated on the busy main road through the town. Closed Sunday evening and Monday.  

Restaurant-Bar - Aux Coups de Coeur
T: + 33 2 47 58 58 11
Situated in one of France’s most beautiful villages, this busy little café- wine bar offers simple but good food in its homely setting or outside on its small vine covered terrace. Open between March and September. Closed Sunday evening and Monday except in July and August when it’s open all week. Inexpensive.  


Gîte - Île des Tours

T: + 33 47 93 25 64
Marion Krebs owns this tiny self-catering studio on the island in the middle of the Vienne.

GîteDomaine Varenne
Colette Varanne
2 Rue du Parc 
T: + 33 2 47 93 96 55 
P: + 33 6 73 04 07 06
Colette is the wife of young vigneron, Nicolas. This basic two bedroomed vignerons cottage set within the Varenne’s own vineyard is just a two minute walk down into the medieval quarter of Chinon – although one should allow five minutes to walk up the steep road on the way back…

Gîte – Moulin Girault
T: + 33 2 47 93 44 15
Self-catering cottage owned by Chistophe Baudry, part of the local wine dynasty.  

Gîte – Domaine de Beauséjour
T: + 33 2 47 58 64 64
F: + 33 2 47 95 27 13
Marie-Claude Chauveau has two immaculately furnished properties on offer, both with views over Beauséjours own vineyards. There is an open air swimming pool and terrace. Open all year. Very highly recommended.  

Gîte – La Bellivière
5 Rue de la Bellivière
T: + 33 2 47 93 15 24 
Owned and operated by fellow Brits, Linda and Richard Garner these two recently renovated self-catering cottages served as the base during my time researching the Chinon appellation. Located in a quiet part of the Véron, close to the banks of the Vienne, La Bellivière is still just a five minute drive away from the centre of Chinon. This is not only an excellent base for discovering the Chinonnais, but also ideal for touring the château country in general given its central location. Each property sleeps two people and available only to couples. Very highly recommended. (Last stayed 04/11). 

Gîte – Château de Coulaine
Pascal & Étienne De Bonnaventure

T: + 33 2 47 98 44 51
F: + 33 2 47 93 49 15
Spend a night in this 15th c Flamboyant, gothic, Italian inspired chateau.

Gîte – Des Fontaines d’Auzon
12 Route des Fontaines d’Auzon
T: + 33 2 47 95 40 36
P: + 33 6 30 58 82 03
Valérie Péan owns this two bedroomed 16th Century house restored in 2009.

Gîte – Château de Chargé
T: + 33 2 47 95 89 81
Owners Charlotte and Jérôme Field own this 15th Century manor located some 8 kilometres from Chinon. There are four suites available.

Gîte – Grézille
6 Rue de Grézille
T: + 33 2 47 58 43 53
P: + 33 6 80 30 61 00
Micheline and Guy-Marie Bach run a self-catering apartment from this ancient farm.

Gîte – Chez Tim
T: +1 212 362 4716
Located in La Rochelle, about 15 minutes’ walk into the town. This 200 year old renovated small holding is owned by American Tim Linwood. There is a large swimming pool and enjoys high speed internet access.

Gîte – Angelus
This three bedroomed half-timbered house, dating back to 1465, is at the very heart of medieval Chinon.

Gîte – Gaïetté de Roche Faucon
Between the town and country and about a 10 minute walk into the centre of Chinon, this 17th C semi troglodyte house overlooks the Vienne valley and offers two properties for rent.

Chambres d’Hôtes - La Bonne Note
7 Rue de la Vauguyon


T: + 33 2 47 98 09 01
P: + 33 6 83 28 20 08 
There are 4 rooms available for rent here.

Chambres d’Hôtes - La Maison de Belles Vues
T/F: + 33 2 47 98 42 78 
La Maison des Belles Vues is a 19th Century house situated overlooking the quayside of the river Vienne in the medieval town of Chinon. The house is full of culture and character, the owners being great art and music lovers. There are 3 luxury rooms, two doubles and one single. Each room has en suite facilities. Guests also have use of a garage for secure parking.

Chambres d’Hôtes - Logis Saint-Mexme
115 rue Jean Jacques Rousseau
T: + 33 2 47 95 56 14
P: + 33 6 08 75 63 81

Hélène and Jean-Michel Craye have two rooms available in their lovely house just opposite the church that lends their establishment its name.

Chambres d’Hôtes - Aux Hirondelles
La Chapellerie
T: + 33 2 47 93 16 27
F: + 33 2 47 98 01 99
P: + 6 27 56 98 31 
This semi-troglodyte property offers three suites and is available all the year.

Chambres d’Hôtes - Le Manoir des Berthaisières
T: + 33 2 47 98 35 07
F: + 33 2 47 98 35 07
At the heart of an immense property in the vines; there are three rooms available and guests can enjoy time in the pool and a gym. With sufficient notice, the proprietors also offer a Table d’Hôte menu serving traditional food.

Chambres d’HôtesDomaine de Beauvais
T: + 33 2 47 93 10 55
P: + 33 6 83 95 97 97
I met Sandi and Jacques Meisner by chance at the annual Salon des Vins in Chinon. Their property in Marçay, about ten minutes’ drive south of Chinon, has two bedrooms with a lounge, fireplace, garden and terrace.

Chambres d’Hôtes - La Closerie Saint-Martin
6 Rue du Prieuré
Les Roches Saint-Paul
T: + 33 2 47 93 90 62
Located in a hamlet 6 kilometres from Chinon, La Closerie is part of an ancient dependence that was established between the 12th and 17th Century. There is one suite and three rooms.

Chambres d’Hôtes - Le Manoir de la Fuye
La Fuye
T: + 33 2 47 93 99 87
F: + 33 2 47 93 24 91
This 18th Century manor, about 11 kilometres from Chinon, offers five en-suite rooms and a swimming pool.  

Chambres d’Hôtes - Au Prince Grenouille
Le Manoir de Beauvais
T: + 33 2 47 93 49 97
A beautiful looking classified 17th Century historic manor set in its own parkland. There are five rooms. The Prince de Grenouille is around seven kilometres from Chinon and is open all year round.

Chambres d’Hôtes - Le Clos de Ligré
Le Rouilly
T: + 33 2 47 93 95 59
F: + 33 2 47 93 93 50
There are three spacious rooms in the dependence to this mid-19th Century house. Guests can enjoy the garden and a swimming pool. One room is the eponymously named Le Pressoir.

Chambres d’Hôtes - Les Camélias de Pallus

T: + 33 2 47 93 08 94
P: + 33 6 60 23 26 29 

Three rooms which includes one suite. This completely restored 18th Century house is between the communes of Cravant and Panzoult is set in vineyards and is within walking distance of the Chinon forest. Open all the year

Chambres d’Hôtes - Manoir des Bertinières
T: + 33 2 47 93 12 40
P: + 33 6 08 14 31 71 

Two rooms available in this 19th Century maison bourgeois. Open all year.  

Chambres d’Hôtes - Cave du Côteaux de Sonnay
11 & 12 Coteaux du Sonnay
T: + 33 2 4793 29 68
Marie-Claire and Jean Baudry offer two gîtes which can accommodate between 2 and 12 people.

Chambres d’HôtesDomaine Pierre Sourdais
12 Le Moulin à Tan


T: + 33 2 47 93 31 13
F: + 33 2 47 98 30 48
This two roomed maison tourangelle is located in caves under the vines.

Chambres d’HôtesChâteau de l'Ermitage
16 route de Riparfond
T: + 33 2 47 95 52 40
F: + 33 2 47 95 58 71
Four rooms available and is open all the year.

Chambres d’HôtesLa Chancellerie
1 rue de la Chancellerie
T: + 33 2 47 95 46 76 
Two rooms and one suite. Open all the year.

Chambres d’Hôtes La Couture
7 route de Rigny-Ussé
T: + 33 2 47 95 49 78
F: + 33 6 79 37 61 01

Two rooms available.

Chambres d’Hôtes Les Roches à Renards
8 Rue des Caves Sautys
T: + 33 2 47 95 49 30
F: + 33 6 31 90 96 10 

Three rooms available and is open all the year.

Chambres d’HôtesChâteau de Chargé
T: + 33 2 47 95 89 81
F: + 33 6 33 70 17 21 

Four suites available.

Chambres d’HôtesLe Clos de Roche Piché
7 Clos de Roche Piché
T: + 33 2 47 93 33 74
P: + 33 6 21 31 22 46 

Two rooms available in this 19th Century old wine domaine. Closed between Christmas and March.

Chambres d’Hôtes Cheviré
11 Rue Basse
T: + 33 2 47 58 42 49
Two rooms in a converted grange in the heart of the Véron countryside. Antique furniture, exposed stone walls and wooden beams.

Chambres d’Hôtes Château de Danzay
T: + 33 2 47 98 44 51
T: + 33 2 47 58 46 86

A small 15th Century château with seven rooms which accommodate huge fireplaces and four poster beds. There is an outside swimming pool. Reviews by guests have been mixed to say the least.

Chambres d’Hôtes La Varenne
T: + 33 2 47 58 26 31
F: + 33 2 47 58 27 47
Joëlle and Gérard Dru-Sauer own this 17th Century manor. There are three spacious rooms decorated with the families own antique furniture and is open all year. Swimming pool.

Chambres d’Hôtes Les Vallées
Louis Guérin
Route de Neuil
T: + 33 2 47 97 07 81

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