List your home
Apply filters
£ to

1 Holiday homes in Loire Valley

Reset search

Show results on map

Filter your search

Price per day

£ to

Bedrooms

Location

  • France Clear
  • Loire Valley Clear
  • All subregions
  • Maine-et-Loire (1)

more +

less -

Suitability

more +

less -

Also consider

Rural Retreats
12,446 properties
Coastal Cottages
222 properties
Luxury Villas
2,684 properties
Pet Friendly Cottages
26,614 properties
Normandy
306 properties
Brittany
611 properties
Provence Alpes / Cote-d-Azur
2,064 properties
Languedoc Roussillon
1,097 properties
Central Paris
1,565 properties
Nice
1,075 properties
Cannes
900 properties
Les Trois Vallees
768 properties
Chamonix
676 properties
St Tropez
544 properties
La Plagne
484 properties
Biarritz
437 properties
Antibes
376 properties
Cap d'Agde
300 properties
Tignes
292 properties
St Cyprien
287 properties

Filters applied: Boathouse (1)

To book this holiday home you need to pay through the Holiday Lettings website. We can’t protect your payment if you don’t pay through us. Learn more
1 Results  |  
22 Photos

Boathouse | 3 Bedrooms | sleeps 6

2 Nights min stay

Add to shortlist

from £55 /night

£382 - £840 / week

View

Key info:

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Suitable for children over
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden
AMAZING < 2 HOURS FROM LONDON ! Return flights from £122 Travellers can now book direct flights to Angers from London City Airport with BA.. The flight lasts approximately one hour. The boat is 40 mn drive from Angers airport and 9 mn walk from SAUMUR train station . The boat is located in the very safe location and you can go by walk to shops and restaurants and the city.  …see more

Featured properties

An ancient route for trade, the Loire area has historical sites which range from the troglodyte caves at Rochmenier to extensive Romans remains. The central Loire Valley is host to France’s longest river as well as the magnificent ancient medieval capital of Bourges, the cathedral of Chartes and magical châteaux at Amboise, Cheveny and Chenonceaux. The châteaux date from the 16th century, and are the legacy of French royalty and nobility imitating the great Italian architecture of the time. Many now host summer music festivals and wine tastings. Around 160 kilometres of Atlantic coastline stretch from the beaches north of the mouth of the Loire almost to La Rochelle and the area offers delicious local cakes and ice cream. The Loire is flat and wooded in the west, with undulating hills in the east, and is a great holiday location for cyclists. Le Puy du Fou at Les Espesses is a unique medieval theme park covering 35 hectares and offering spectacular ‘son et lumiere’ shows that are worth a visit. The area around Orléans, a former capital of France, is forever associated with Joan of Arc who was canonised after her death at the hands of the English. More recently Nantes, the major city of the area, was voted the best large town to live in by French voters in 2002 and 2003 surveys.