Photos and Description of this 3 bedroom holiday chateau / country house in Saint-Aignan - Vue Sur Cher
3 double bedrooms to sleep 6 in riverside townhouse, near zoo Beauval.
This elegant large house available as a gite, comprises:
Kitchen: fully equipped with microwave, fridge, hob, dishwasher, coffee maker, kettle etc.... River view.
Sitting room: With English/French television. High ceiling. Original panelling on walls. Marble fireplace. River view.
Dining room: To sit 6 people at table. Dresser. Tourist information. High chairs available, please ask.
Gated gardens with furnished terraces & BBQ facilities
Ample secure car parking in enclosed courtyard
Bedrooms: 3 bedrooms, each with a double bed, two of which can be interconnected, or kept separate. Cots available if required. 2 with river views, 1 with view of chateau.
Bathroom: Family bathroom with shower, and sink. 2 separate toilets (not in bathroom).
This property is rated 4 star by 'Etoiles de France'.
All rooms are spacious and feature high ceilings.
Restaurants and bars within a few minutes walk.
Ideally situated between 'Le Cher' and Saint-Aignan centre.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
- not suitable for elderly or infirm
Guestbook comments from the owner
We stayed in March 2013 with 6 adults on a family holiday. The lovely restored old stone house accomodated us all very well with three large bedrooms and ample living space downstairs. The kitchen was adequate and enabled us to cook up a feast from the Saturday market. The view over the river Cher was simply stunning. As our stay was at the tail end of winter we missed out on enjoying the terrace overlooking the river and the sun drenched courtyard, but the house was warm and inviting.
We made many trips to various chateaux in the area all within a short drive of Saint-Aignan, as well as day trips to outlying caves and wonderful market towns.
The medieval town of Sait-Aignan is amazing with it's ancient church and chateau as the centrepiece. The bakery is fantastic, with the local people accomodating and friendly. There are nice restaurants, good supermarkets and lovely specialist shops as you wander around the ancient streets. A walking tour of the town ( in English ) is run by the local tourism office which opens your eyes to everything that Saint-Aignan has to offer. The Saturday market in the square has great seasonal local produce, and vineyards are a short walk away.
Highly recommended for a Loire Valley indulgence. Everything is right at your doorstep with Alan on hand to ensure you have everything you need.