Le Clos Chavigny - 3 rue de la Rouillère, 37500 Lerné
Téléphone : 02 47 93 94 72 - Mobile : 06 83 10 46 64
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You feel like a stop over full of charm in the heart of the Loire Valley? The Clos Chavigny in Loire Valley opens its doors and proposes a stay in one of its charming bed and breakfast rooms in Loire valley.
Although this listed residence has received the most modern fittings, it has kept its original XVII th century character and the charm of the old time houses.
Furnished with period pieces, each room has been decorated in a refined and personal manner... You will appreciate the cosy comfort of your bedroom and its private bathroom.
In the heart of the Loire Valley, this bed and Breakfast is bathed with the charm and the quietness of the houses in the old times. ...Here, it reigns a hush and warm atmosphere ...where the luxury plays an important part.
This residence invites you to stay in an oasis of restorative calm and peace for your visit in the Loire Valley. It has the rare privilege to be part of the very restricted category of the Charming Bed and Breakfast in the chateaux of the Loire Valley in the Touraine.
From your guest room in the Loire valley a large scale of activities is waiting for you. Classified "World patrimony" by Unesco, the Loire River makes possible to travel into the History of France and to discover an authentic country. With its chateaux, its gastronomy and wines... the Loire valley does not lack of assets.
Your guest room has an excellent position at the crossroads of centres of major interest. You will certainly enjoy to visit the Chateaux of Usse, Langeais, Villandry, Saumur, Montreuil Bellay, Breze, the abbey of Fontevraud or further Chenonceau, Chambord, Amboise. Those world famous monuments will delight you.
Would you like to bike in the Loire valley? Lerne is part of the tour " La Loire à Velo “. You will discover superb and preserved landscapes, beautiful vegetation and also some pleasant surprises. With your friends or your family members, for some hours, come and enjoy your vacations in the Loire valley. Bike rental at Chinon is possible.
The Loire valley is very well equipped with long distance hiking: hundreds of kilometres of paths cover valleys, vineyards and forests. A very little hilly relief and a nice climate allow very pleasant walks.
It's the third wine-producing region in France. The Touraine proposes a large scale of vineyard visits. Vineyards, troglodyte caves and many other visits are waiting for you. The wine producers propose wine tastings.
Your bed and breakfast at Lerneis very well located in the Loire valley.
Please find here under some suggestions of Chateaux considered as a must. This list is not exhaustive and we are at your disposal to suggest some other ones.
It is the most visited chateau after Versailles. Surnamed the Chateaux of the Ladies, it was built at the beginning of the XVI th century by Katherine Briçonnet, Catherine de Medicis improved the look and Louise Dupin salvaged it from the French revolution. Handsomely furnished and decorated, the chateau owns superb paintings: Rubens, Poussin, Veronese….
All over the year, the rooms are flowered.
Overlooking the Loire, the Castle of Amboise has belonged for 4 centuries to the powerful family of Amboise. Incorporated to the crown of France in 1434, it becomes the residence of several Kings during the Renaissance period.
Many European artists and intellectuals stayed in the château following Leonardo of Vinci who is buried in the Chapel of the Château.
It owns a beautiful collection of Gothic and Renaissance, which shows the artistic refinement of the first period of the French Renaissance.
This château offers two different architectural styles, medieval and gothic and the other one « Renaissance ». The inner courtyard presents these 2 styles. The château was achieved at the XVII th century. Le Notre has designed the gardens.
Its gardens and terraces are really superb and surround the chateau.
This Abbey has always been under the protection of Kings.
Located at the centre of the “Angevin” empire borne from the marriage between Henri II and Alieonor d’Aquitaine, the Abbey was under the attentive protection of Henri II, future King of England.
The four recumbent figures of Henri II, his wife Alieonor, their son Richard Coeur de Lion and Isabelle of Angouleme (Jean sans Terre’s wife) are the witnesses of the deep link between this dynasty and the Abbey.
Three Kings have marked on the fortress, two Kings of England, Henri II and Richard Coeur de Lion, one King of France Philippe August who, by his victory against the Plantagenet, became the new owner in 1205.
Charles VII, called the King of Bourges, became established at Chinon, which remains the seat of the Court until 1450.