Old renovated farmhouse from the 18th century, 6 km from Amboise, in the heart of the vineyards and the chateaux of the Loire Valley, with a family and friendly atmosphere.
Catering is only available to our hotel guests upon reservation.
Our hotel has 10 rooms for 1 to 6 people with an integrated kitchenette consisting of a sink, hotplates, microwave oven and refrigerator.
This special equipment allows you to be completely independent and self-catering. We are at your disposal for the service of your breakfast in terrace or in room.
The hotel has a free WIFI connection for some of the suites with a dining area, sofa bed (140cm), 2 TVs, private terrace.
A large private car park is at your disposal.
We have a private garage for your bicycles and a covered area for your motorbikes, as well as access for repairs or cleaning.
The hostel has "chiliennes" to relax in after a day of sightseeing and a shaded pergola for relaxing, reading or enjoying local drinks with family and friends.
During your stay you will visit Amboise and its royal castle, Leonardo da Vinci's last home (Clos Lucé), Château Gaillard (the most Italian of the Loire castles), Chenonceau, the Chaumont estate and its International Garden Festival ...... and the Amboise markets on Friday and Sunday.
For walkers and strollers, there are a number of walking routes: reflections of the Loire heritage, facades and alleys in the heart of the city, Amboise the water, the people, the city. For cyclists, there are various circuits in the heart of the vineyards, on the banks of the Loire in the forest ......
For bikers: the wine route
The Loire Valley is the largest French site listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2000, from Sully sur Loire (Centre region) to Chalonnes (Pays de la Loire region) 280km. The wonders of the Renaissance have a fusional link with their rivers Loire, Cher or Indre.
The Auberge is an ideal place to stay during your stay with family or friends to discover the Loire castles, its cellars, its wine cellars, its vineyards without forgetting its cheeses (st Maure, Valençay, Couronne Lochoise....)