Cottage Les Glycines
Be completely independent in this self-catering apartment located in a small XVI century manor right next to the château. A good idea for exploring the Loire Valley châteaux and the region during a weekly stay.
It has an adjoining, fully equipped kitchen with a little dining area and a French window opening out to the front garden, and a beautiful bathroom with a large corner bath and a walk-in shower. Separate toilet. Sheets, towels and firewood provided.
You will be able to cook as you need for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Or you could also join the GRAND SIÈCLE DINNER on request if you wish to share the experience of an aristocratic and French way if life.
The cottage is totally self catering, but you will be able to cook as you need for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Sometimes it is possible also to join the GRAND SIÈCLE DINNER on request if you wish to share the experience of an aristocratic French way of life.
The Count and Countess de Vanssay ensure a warm and convivial welcome to the château and assist you in discovering the history of the de Vanssay family through the unique architecture of the château as well as providing a list and brochures of nearby shops, sights and activities. You will surely enjoy a pleasant and relaxing stay in the cottage where all comfort and equipment are provided.
Price except during the Le Mans events: 440 euros per week + 45 euros cleaning fee.
- Surface : 40m2 / 430 sq
- King size bed 180 cm
- Large Fireplace
- Terrace and moat view
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Bath and walk-in shower
- Independent toilet
- No smoking
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