We have prepared for you a digital welcome booklet that you can consult at any time, when you are connected to the Internet or offline, thanks to a QR Code available in your room.
We have put together our best addresses and recommendations in the surrounding area, in Anjou, Sarthe and Pays de la Loire, to make your stay unforgettable.
Below is an overview of our favourites, which you will find in our traveller's notebook.
Anjou Val de Loire, land of history and relaxation and the famous Loire castles. Anjou's mildness is not an abstract word, it is an art of living
Anjou Val de Loire, with its 1200 castles and manor houses, private or open to the public, all conceal a little of the magic of our region.
Anjou, with its 4,000 km of waterways, is ideal for daydreaming, fishing and sport.
Wasn't the Loir the "muse" of the poets of the Pléiade, including Joachim du Bellay, Pierre de Ronsard and Pierre le Loyer...
Taste the wines of Anjou, one of the best vineyards in the Loire Valley. The third largest wine-producing region in France, it is an authentic terroir wine, rich in a palette of colours and flavours. King René said:
"Of the three wines in my cellar, Anjou, Lorraine and Provence, the best is my first"!
Admire the galas of the Cadre Noir of Saumur. A land of horses, Saumur was the birthplace of the Cavalry School, the National Riding School and the Cadre Noir in the XVIIIth century. The Parc de l'Isle Briand, in Le Lion d'Angers, is the scene of the famous Mondial du Lion, which brings together the finest riders from around the world in eventing. Not forgetting the numerous and famous horse races in Anjou.
The many horse-riding clubs in the Loire Valley will delight young and old alike during beautiful rides.