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Château de Chambiers: Suite "Pavillon de France"

House | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2

Key Info
  • Not suitable for children
  • Car essential
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden

A treasure nestled in a green oasis, the Pavillon de France is the suite of your dreams, at the edge of a huge forest, which offers easy and pleasant walks.

Hidden in a secret garden to the margin of the park and a few steps away from the castle, this suite is absolutely delightful.

In the living room, the combination of the stone fireplace, the honey tones of the woodwork and linen create a gentle, intimate and warm harmony.

Let yourself be surprised by the skylight in the bathroom. As you take a bath at night, you will be able to admire the stars and feel totally immersed in nature.

The bedroom upstairs features a four-poster bed with airy curtains that take you back to another age.

In winter, the fireplace crackles for you alone. In summer, the deckchairs and other outdoor furniture in the private garden will help you relax peacefully and spot the passing deer.

Enjoy sheer tranquillity far from the bustle of everyday life; break your routine to re-energise yourself. Meant for romantic reunions, this magical place is often used as a bridal suite.

For one night or longer, let yourself be carried away.

Size Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms
Will consider Corporate bookings, Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car essential
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Nantes Loire-Atlantique 140 km, Nearest railway: Gare SNCF d'Angers (Angers Saint-Laud) 40 km
Notes Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire
General Central heating, CD player
Standard Hair dryer
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture Double beds (1), Lounge seats for 2
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, Bicycles available
Access Parking

The Loire Valley region

Anjou, is a land of history and tranquillity; the poet Joachim Du Bellay praised la douceur angevine, which is here an art de vivre.

Anjou boasts 1200 châteaux and mansions, private or open to the public, all of which hold part of the magic of the region. You can visit 30 sites in an entertaining way through a game called “Sur la piste de l'enfant Roy” (following into the steps of the child-King), designed to explore the architectural, natural and cultural heritage of the region.

Anjou is France's garden, foremost horticultural department, land of botanists, home to the duke of Anjou in the XVth century and to the Terra Botanica theme park in the XXIst century.

Anjou, a place for enjoyment, set in an authentic environment surrounded by nature: castles, abbeys, historical mansions, chapels, typical villages, gardens, rivers, fields, and forests. All of these sites favour any kind of art and tradition, including the boule de fort, an odd traditional game very much alive.

Anjou is a land of vineyards, which made King René say: “Of the three wines in my cellar, Anjou Lorraine and Provence, the first is the best.” Many still agree with him nowadays. The third wine producing region in France, Anjou offers wines in a wide array of colours and tastes.

Anjou is crossed by 4000km of rivers, perfect for dreaming, fishing, and sports. Remember that the Loir was considered as a “muse” for the poets of the Pléiade.

cadre-noir-angersAnjou, a land of horseback-riding, is home to the cavalry school of Saumur, the National Riding school (Ecole Nationale d'équitation) and the Cadre Noir, all founded in the XVIIIth century. In Angers, the Lion national stud farm hosts the famous Mondial du Lion contest, whose participants are among the best equestrians. Many clubs offer rides in the countryside for all ages.

Anjou is a land to be seen from above, with the Angers-Loire airport and landing strips for all aircrafts, from Airbus A320 to microlight and low-cost planes. The Musée Regional de l'Air (air museum) is worth visiting. There are also several starting points across the department for hot air balloons flights over the Loire River or the gently meandering Loir.

Anjou is a land of colourful, tasty, perfumed, decorative, and instructive discoveries which will leave you with lovely surprises and dazzling memories to share.

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Calendar last updated:29 Jul 2014

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Languages spoken
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  • French

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