Perched high above the Indre, this attrative, turreted chateau has a clear view accross its sloping meadows to the tower of Montbazon, and is close to the line of the old Roman road that led from there to Tours. It is run with charm and energy and Xavier Oliverau and his wife Anne, who show attention to detail and genuine concern for the comfort of their guests.
The ground floor hall and salon are panelled and plastered, with parquet floors dotted with oriental rugs, empire chairs, and generously upholstered, comfortable sofas. In dry weather tables drift outside under awnings to get the full benefit of the magical setting. Bedrooms are a satisfying combination of taste and money: both elegant and comfortable.