Small private castle in the Loire valley, close to Chenonceau and Loches, the Forest of Loches, and the “Indre by Bike” route. With its three levels it can house groups of 8 persons or 14 as two families who wish to travel together whilst at the same time being able to have some independence thanks to the second floor which constitutes a small apartment. Located in the east wing (c15) of a castle overlooking the Indrois River, in wooded grounds. The Owner occupies the South wing.
Ground Floor: kitchen/dining (fireplace with wood burner), utility room (fridge freezer, washing machine, tumble drier), WC. Cellar (firewood, storage). First Floor: 3 spacious bedrooms, (each with fireplace and en suite bathroom), 1st Bedroom (4 single beds – two twinned), 2nd & 3rd Bedrooms (a double bed each),Further accommodation on Second Floor: vast Living Room 42 m², with kitchenette. There is telescope for watching the wild life on the river during the day and the stars at night. 4th Bedroom (double bed 140cm wide), 5th Bedroom (4 single beds , two of which twinned), Shower & WC. Terrace / River View , ancient oaks and sweet chestnuts, wild flowers (orchids in May, wild cyclamens in August).Private fishing (pike, bream and “sandre” –zander- a local delicacy). Volleyball, badmington, swings. Possible to book for:
Group of 8 persons (Ground Floor + First Floor only, without the Second Floor), or
Goup of 14 persons (Ground Floor, 1st and 2nd floor) - or
3 B&Bs on the 1st floor and a 2nd floor and / or flat for 6 persons with common areas: salon, kitchen/dining, terrace on the Ground floor.
The British newspaper THE TIMES has listed Chateau du Breuil of Chédigny as one of the “Best 50 Holiday destinations in France” 2017. Château du Breuil (Chédigny's BEST KEPT SECRET!), offers self -catering accommodation in the oldest part of the castle for groups of 4, 6 or 8 persons from 15€ to 25 € / person / night, (subject to season), in a historic setting. (Not suitable for children under 8).
The village of Chédigny, with its 700 rosebushes and the recently recreated garden of the Presbytery, is one of the latest attraction in the Loire Valley well known for its gardens.
Le journal britannique THE TIMES a classé le Château du Breuil de Chédigny parmi les «50 meilleures destinations de vacances en France». Le secret le mieux gardé de Chédigny, Château du Breuil propose des hébergements en gîte dans la partie la plus ancienne du château pour groupes de 4, 6 ou 8 personnes (15 € à 25 € / personne / nuit, selon saison), dans un cadre historique. (Ne convient pas aux enfants de moins de 8 ans).
Le village de Chédigny avec ses 700 rosiers et le récemment recréée jardin du Presbytère est l'une des dernières attractions de la Vallée de la Loire, bien connue pour ses jardins.