Hotels in Loire Valley

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Auberge du Bon Laboureur

Auberge du Bon Laboureur


‘Lovely looking and efficiently run,’ say visitors. At the château gates, this l8th century post house (Relais du Silence) has been owned by the Jeudi family since 1902.
Chateau de Verrieres

Chateau de Verrieres


In the glorious Pays de la Loire in a great park, in Saumur, with its ancient houses and weekly market. this historic mansion is now an elegant luxury B&B hotel and spa.      
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Domain de la Tortiniere

Domain de la Tortiniere


 ‘A lovely hotel’. The owner/managers, Anne and Xavier Olivereau, are the fourth generation of the family to run this handsome pepperpotted Second Empire mansion, set amid woods and lawns in a park.
Le Manoir les Minimes

Le Manoir les Minimes


Excellently situated, next to the château’, this luxurious 18th-century manor house was built on the foundations of an ancient medieval monastery.
Le Manoir Saint Thomas

Le Manoir Saint Thomas


A 12th-century turreted former priory has been sympathetically restored, and is now a B&B hotel located two minutes’ walk from Amboise centre.

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Hotels in Loire Valley

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Romantic, fairytale castles, serene green countryside and vineyards

The Loire Valley, long known as the “Garden of France”, has green, hilly countryside, scenic vineyards and charming villages, but the main draw are the 1,000 plus extravagant fairy tale chateaux d’agrément – the pleasure palaces built by the nobility in the late 15th and early 16th centuries.

Many of the most splendid are open to the public for viewing, and some you can even stay in – such as the Chateau de Chissay, Chateau de Marcay and the Chateau de Pray, along with many others listed in our selection below.

Add to this top-notch regional cuisine and wine, and the fact that the region is only two hours’ drive from Paris, and it’s not hard to see why the Loire Valley is such a draw for visitors from around the world.


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