We stayed for 2 nights in March for a very competitive price (90€/night) if compared to other chateaus or b&bs in the area. The room was very spacious and clean. Heating was a little low (it was a very cold and humid weekend), but the room was also equipped with an additional portable heater which was perfect. Breakfast was very... More
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Once, the Vallagon property was part of the Chenonceau estate and was then called “Les Drageonnieres”.The building of the castle took place in the 16th century as a little castle for two “fires” (residence for the family).In the 19th century a rich Bourgeois, Mr. Rance, would like to settle here and built the recent house in 1851 with stones of Bourré, surrounded by forest and vineyards.He has installed a wine press in the barn, dating from 1814 and 1825 and has completed the ensemble by building stables in 1864, a barn in 1866 and a little house called “Vendangeuse” in 1867.All buildings were made out of stone of Bourré, her gates marked with pink stone creates an ensemble of architectural harmony.During the 1st world war the property was prepared as a recovery place for evacuated American soldiers. ... more less
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