Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby cl from canada
Beautiful old chateauPosted Jun 21, 2014
We booked the day before. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. It was midweek and not busy so we were upgraded. The rooms were big and bathrooms had all amenities. It was an unexpected surprise.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Warren, New Jersey
Great Loire ValleyPosted Jul 14, 2010
Excellent place to visit. Enjoyed the Wine country.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Miami
Beautiful ChateauPosted Jul 18, 2009 on Hotels.com
Beautiful Chateau in the countryside. Large, tastefully decorated rooms. Car needed to get around. Great for golfers. Nice heated pool. Bikes available in nearby town but no paths (if traveling with kids). Ballooning available in area but very expensive. Casual dining at Chateau very good. Great meals available in nearby towns. Chateau should add spa and other recreation for non-golfers (tennis, billards, etc.). Should have stayed longer as very relaxing place. Would definitely return.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Lincs
Lovely hotel, disappointing stayPosted May 4, 2009
This was booked as the highlight of a week in the Loire Valley and in the end it was a disappointing stay. The building and location are great. Good news and bad news on check in. As there were virtually no other guests, we had been upgraded to the main building from the coach house. As it was a Monday in Winter (nearly May!) the main restaurant was closed. The brasserie was however open. I had expected an eye-wateringly expensive but memorable meal in a special setting and got an adequate, expensive meal in a golf club bar.The room was very good with views over the golf course in two directions and a superb bathroom. It was great to see an espresso machine, shame that it required a trip down to reception to get some coffeee capsules at 2 euros a time. Sleep in the very comfortable bed was badly disturbed by a very loud generator that after some protests was eventually turned off. We skipped the 18 euros a head breakfast and departed feeling just a little let down. I would certainly give this place another go and would have to attribute at least half my disappointment to circumstances.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Melbourne Australia
Beatifull place to stayPosted Jul 29, 2008
Loved the hotel and the feel & look. Great spot for touring the Loire. The main restaurant was a bit over the top, and the 2nd one not good enough... but we usually ate elsewhere in the many wonderful places in the surrounding towns.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Eastbourne
Great Relaxing HolidayPosted Jul 28, 2008
We booked four nights in the main chateau but stayed an extra night as we liked it so much. Had a pretty circular room in one of the towers with a nice view. Some paint on the windows was a bit cracked & the bathroom was unusual with a large wooden beam across part of the bath so you had to duck under it to get a shower! but I felt it all added to the charm. I didnt see a lift in the chateau so if you arent very mobile it may not be the best place. I cant praise the staff enough, they were all so helpful and friendly. The chateau was beautiful in a very peaceful location and it was a very relaxing break, we will definately go back.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Tampa
Fairytale ChateauPosted May 10, 2008 on Hotels.com
This hotel was amazing, we felt like we were in a fairytale! From the moment you turn onto the long path leading up to the chateau you step back in time. The front desk staff were extremely friendly and helpful (the fact that they spoke english was a plus). The restuarant was truly a unique experience and one we will never forget. The room was very clean with all the modern conviences and the location suberb, close to many of the chateau's of the Loire Valley and only a couple of hours from Paris by car or train. We also could not believe how affordable it was! Needless to say, if we return to France we will be staying at the Chateau Des Sept Tours!
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Colorado Springs, CO
A unique experiencePosted Apr 13, 2008
It was fun to stay in a castle. The heated towel rack and bathrobes were a nice touch. The grounds were beautiful. Stone spiral stairs were difficult to navigate - wouldn't recommend this to anyone who is disabled. Difficult to find, not enough road signs. Couldn't afford the high-priced restaurant after paying the price of the room but it was a unique experience and glad we did it.