This old mill set on the narrow Indre River has been converted into a very pretty small inn. The basically non-English speaking staff was pleasant and helpful. The food was out of this world delicious, beautifully presented, varied menu, desserts and cheese board spectacular. We did the fixe menu with the room. The bedrooms are small, not really great for spending much time in them. Bathrooms tiny but very adequate. Gardens and terraces inviting and comfortable - no other real "public" areas. We would stay there again without hesitation but we'd get a room on a lower floor to avoid long narrow steps with luggage. Directions to get there are iffy at best without help from the Garmin we would still be trying to locate it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Katia Chaplin will be pleased to welcome you to this residence of character, a sixteenth century mill situated at the centre of a large park. Michael Chaplin, who does the cooking, applies himself to the task of preparing fresh produce from the market in a traditional way based on regional products. Michael Chaplin has a motto whereby he not only does the cooking but also lives in harmony with the grands crus, especially those of the Loire Valley. This very special hotel on the road to the Chateaux of the Loire can also offer charming and comfortable accommodation. ... more less
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