Below an article about Chateau du Breuil's village, published in the April 2015 issue of FRANCE MAGAZINE UK.

As well as interesting aspects of local life, it has suggestions about exploring the area.

Near Loches, every August, hundreds of authors, dealers and celebrities gather in the shade of the trees for ‘La fôret des livres’ (The forest of books). Called the “Woodstock of literature” by the New York Times it attracted 60,000 visitors last year. In 2016 it celebrates its 21st anniversary. For details see link: http://www.laforetdeslivres.com/
Chateau du Breuil Chédigny included in The Times issue of 30 April 2016 - titled "The 20 Best French Chateaux"

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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.