Cottage Les Lilas
Surrounded by the moats, the garden and the château, this self-catering flat is the perfect place to welcome your family in style and with comfort for a week in the Loire and surrounding regions.
Holiday rental self-catering family flat or house in France. This cottage for two to four persons has a twin bedroom (which can be arranged as a king bed), an en suite shower and WC with an infrared sauna and a large double bedroom with an en suite jacuzzi bath and separate WC.
This flat has its own separate entrance from the XVI century courtyard with a little garden to dine al fresco. The decoration of this apartment is both chic and cosy, with a living room/twin bedroom, with sitting and dining area and a sandstone fireplace, an en-suite power shower, infrared sauna and toilet, plus a separate fitted-kitchen.
Upstairs is a large double bedroom with sitting area and a magnificent art deco desk, plus an en-suite jacuzzi bath and separate toilet.
Price : 650 euros per week except during the Le Mans race period + 75 euros cleaning fee.
- Surface 74 m2 sq
- Queen size Canopy bed
- Two single beds (or 1 king bed).
- Terrace and moat view
- Fully equipped kitchen
- 2 bathrooms and 2 toilets
- No smoking
Nous avons eu le plaisir de passer deux nuits au Chateau de la barre. Il est isolé dans la vallée de la Loire à 100 acres de jardins bien entretenus et de la pelouse que nous offrons, et peut être rejointe rapidement en voiture. Le...Plus
If you are in the Loire Valley this is the place to stay. The chateau is located in a beautiful country side about in hour and some minutes from Le Mans but much closer to Tours.. Marnie and Guy are the perfect hosts. They are an authority in the history of the region, so if you are in to history they are a great resource. The rooms are very well appointed, we stayed in the Green a Room on the second floor, loved it, very spacious, lots of storage: dressers with lots of drawers. The bathroom was also nice and comfortable. The the daily breakfast was good, fresh fruit, cereal and upon request scrambled eggs and espresso coffee. The diners were delicious, specially the formal dinner in the grand dining room of the chateau. We loved dressing up( optional) the menu and the wines and Guy's musings about the history of his family, they have owned the chateau for 400 years, made it a very enjoyable evening.
Would my wife and I go back?:at a drop of hat. Would we recommend it: whole heartily !
If you are visiting the Loire Valley to see historic chateaux, don’t miss the unique opportunity to actually stay in one. Especially a chateau that has belonged to the same aristocratic family for six hundred years! Think back on your favorite travel experiences, and try...More