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A surprising troglodyte structure in the back of a 19th century home. The rooms were spacious, very clean and bright on the main floor. The male owner welcomed us and provided us with basic information on the surroundings. We had requested breakfast in the garden...More
We stayed 5 days at this B&B after Xmas. A family of 11 with 4 kids under 12.
The hostes were really nice and discreet. We had 5 rooms, 3 in the main house, 1 was outside at the end of the courtyard but comfy...More
This is a wonderful place from which to explore the architectural wealth of the Touraine, and to learn more of a French write of the early 19th century - Paul-Louis Courier - who grew up in this house.
We stayed in the Stendhal room, a...More
Another visit here to break our journey up to our final holiday place! Brigitte as friendly as ever even celebrated my birthday with me ! Would highly recommend we have stayed here 3 years in a row ! Breakfast is great and dinner is served...More
My husband and I stayed here for two nights in July. The house and grounds are beautiful. We had a very spacious room upstairs. It was very clean and comfortable. Double sinks in the bathroom and a good shower. The only access to the room...More
Located in the heart of the Loire Valley, at Cinq Mars la Pile near Langeais (20 min of Tours), seventeenth century manor steeped in history. Paul-Louis Courier, the French pamphleteer and hellenist spent his youth there and composed his first works. Older troglodytic houses and caves are part of the property. We are happy to welcome you to one of our three guest rooms spacious and comfortable.Located on the ground floor or first floor.