The Grand Salon, a spacious room with east, west and south facing windows offers spectacular views into the gardens and the expansive lawns that surround the chateau. The living room has a distinctive fireplace with a large arching window over the mantle. The salon provides a gracious setting for guests to gather, enjoy games, and relax.
Off of the Grand Salon are two tower rooms, each with its own distinctive personality. The eastern tower opens into a secret "bibliotheque" with floor-to-ceiling oak shelves filled with old leather spines. The western tower has an assortment of paperbacks, travel guides, and games.
View into the bibliotheque
Enjoy an aperitif in the Petit Salon!
The Petit Salon is distinguished by several large murals that depict expansive views of the Loire River and the surrounding countryside, painted by Claudine Gignoux during the 1920 - 30's. This salon has east and west facing windows providing morning and afternoon light. Guests enjoy views of the petit parc and the topiary garden.
The Entry Hall opens into the Chateau through the central square tower. Guests will encounter the 15th century stone staircase on the east end. The black and white tiles lead down the hall and open to the topiary garden and oval pool to the west. Holding up the stone ceiling arches are beautifully carved musicians, craftsmen and mythical animals telling the tale of the making of this grand house.
The Dining Room. Where stories are told, food is shared and laughter is heard. The dining room table seats ten, and with additional side tables and chairs can comfortably accommodate up to sixteen people. Above the high sideboard is an antiqued mirror that reflects the beautifully carved wooden fireplace and soft hues of the cream and gold paneling. Guests can also enjoy a meal in one of the many gardens.
The chateau kitchen, an efficient workspace, is equipped with a large 5-burner gas stove, two sink stations, oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge. The kitchen is well stocked with plates, cutlery and glassware. There are plenty of pots, pans, and cooking utensils to put on a five course meal. The kitchen window offers easy access to the front gardens whether you are taking in groceries or preparing a meal for those wanting to enjoy a garden lunch.