Val de Loire Hotel

Ideal for exploring the Loire Valley and its riches

Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, between Sully-sur-Loire and Chalonnes, the Loire Valley owes this recognition to the beauty of its cultural landscapes. During your stay in our hotel, the Loire Valley reveals its treasures to you.
You will have plenty of time to discover this privileged valley.
Its main jewels are of course the 21 castles which rival each other in elegance and historical anecdotes, such as those of Chenonceau, Chambord, Azay-le-Rideau and Amboise. But the Loire Valley has many other monuments that are well worth a visit. Visit, for example, the fabulous Fontevraud Abbey. Built in the early 12th century, it is one of the largest monastic cities in Europe and houses the graves of illustrious members of the Plantagenet dynasty such as Eleanor of Aquitaine and Richard the Lionheart.
Hiking and nature lovers will also be delighted by the diversity of natural environments in the Loire Valley. Between marshes, ponds, lakes, meadows and forests, they can discover a unique biodiversity where wading birds, beavers, deer and birds of prey live side by side.

The wines of Touraine

Present since Gallo-Roman times, the vine is one of the many riches of the Loire Valley. With its various grape varieties and its many appellations (Chinon, Bourgueil, Vouvray, Montlouis, etc.), the Loire vineyards offer a wide range of flavours: red, rosé, white, sparkling and sweet. To discover them, don't hesitate to go and meet the winegrowers who will reveal (almost) all their production secrets to you.

Stroll along the Loire

Take advantage of your stay in our hotel in the Loire Valley to discover the region in an original way, by going up the river. You can certainly do this on foot or by bike, along the banks, but you can also travel along the water. A major centre of inland waterway transport between the 17th and 19th centuries, the Loire Valley has been reviving this heritage for several decades now and many professionals offer guided cruises on board traditional or more modern boats.