"Quel endroit magnifique ! Idéal pour se mettre en condition pour visiter les châteaux de la Loire. Alexia et Bruno sont charmants et pleins de bons conseils et de bonnes intentions. La dépendance du manoir est très propre et la chambre immense ! Seul petit bémol : le bruit de l'autoroute est assez présent. Malgré cela, nous recommandons chaudement ce logement."
"Nous avons passé une très agréable nuit au château, l’endroit est magnifique et nous avons adoré pouvoir profiter de la piscine intérieur le matin avant de partir Merci à nos hôtes pour leur disponibilité et leur flexibilité !"
"Disclaimer: We stayed in 2 of the 3 properties on Domaine du Breuil, the Moulin and the Chateau. Read the separate moulin review as this one is for the Chateau only. The location: Conveniently located in the middle of the Loire Valley in Monts, the domaine du Breuil is a magnificent place with the river Indre running through (fishing!), large open fields, large forested area, a farm, etc...making it hard actually to want to do anything else outside of it. A feel good and relax country living. The Chateau: As described fully by Anne, everything you need to know about the Chateau is stated clearly with no surprises. It is one side of the chateau accessible by its own private door. Please read until the end so you don't get stopped on the weird part because the experience overall was awesome. The cons: The stairs are steep so if you have large suitcases, hit the gym before. This is normal for France and even more expected in an old castle. Elevators are not in there. And remember this is a private castle not an hotel. So no elevator and no staff to carry your overloaded suitcases both ways (up and down). The restrooms are also "interesting". Probably not to the taste of some but again, part of the look of the chateau. There is also no cleaning crew so you are in charge of your own cleaning during your stay and taking out your trash. Everything is explained. OK, now that the "weird" part is of, let's go to the rest. The Pros: On the first level: - The kitchen is huge for France and you can have breakfast with 2 views from the windows. Beautiful in the morning. It comes with the essentials from silverware, dishes, cooking pans, etc and few cleaning items. Plus, in busy season, previous guests will leave some non-perishable food which is awesome (no pasta left! look into the cupboard and voila). - The pink bathroom was my wife favorite. With the curtains closed, the ambiance light on and a large bath, she felt at a royal spa. For a shower, the water pressure is a bit low but it's also because of the configuration of the bath AND the beautiful hardwood floor. - The master bedroom. Wow, what a room. We could have slept in there all day but we had family to see. :) - The reception living room. THIS is receiving friends in style. The "vie de chateau" right there. On the second level: - The blue bathroom is more traditional than the pink one and it's good because that's the one the kids used and you don't want them to mess up. - 2 bedrooms with one single bed and 2 single beds. My daughter just loved spacing up looking by the window in the morning and evening. She was in her own little world. - The ground/park dining area. This is where we spent a LOT of time. A large outdoor dining table and an patio sitting set (think lounging) welcome you to enjoy the cooling evening and have dinner with friends and family (Anne the host allowed us to have my direct family on the ground for meals but we asked her before and indicated the number of people. Outside guests cannot use the common area and pools. Well, we did use the foosball but that's because I had the French bistro mad games left in me I needed to exorcise :)) . Anyway, the outdoor dining area is where we had hearty laughs around BBQ (provided!) while enjoying the beautiful view. The Outdoor and common area: My wife loves jogging and swimming. She was in paradise. The forested paths all along the domain allowed her to run in beautiful surroundings and the swimming pool to relax swimming or cooling off. While the domain is shared between the 3 properties (chateau, manoir and moulin), each guest has the own personal space and people were respectful of the boundaries. The common area has a piano, ping pong table and foosball. Vast majority of guests were respectful of social distancing during the covid time. We even had a family coming with their little girl dressed as a princess and ask if they could take a photo in front of the Chateau. Well, guess what. We took the photos for them. It was nice they asked us and the princess was adorable. What a fond memory for her. The surroundings. The city of Monts has everything you need. From the SuperU supermarket for large groceries purchases to the local baker and a couple of restaurants within walking distance, it will be easy to find what you need. (Hint: Get your fresh baguette every day like a good French person :)) . All the main Chateaus are within short driving distance. Azay le Rideau is super closed by (see the Chateau there, visit the winery L'Aulee, etc...), Villaines where the last basket weaving community is still active and fun to visit (bring your wallet because you will buy something) and for exceptional food, we cannot go over how amazing our lunch was at La Maison Tourangelle in Savonnieres. The host: Anne and Xavier Paillard are exceptional hosts. They live part-time on the other side of the Chateau and take care of the domain. Anne from the very beginning has displayed the best communication from all the AirBnB hosts we had. Any messages sent via the app was answered very fast. We need to have confirmation we could have family members to visit us and she gracefully allowed it to happen making an epic family dinner with relatives we had not seen in 13 years! Also, if you stay in the Chateau, don't miss the book "Before/After" showing the history of the chateau and in which condition they got it 10 years ago. It will just show you the cheer amount of work and love they put in restituting this magnificent domain to its"
"Pour prolonger l’émerveillement de la visite des châteaux de la Loire - le plus proche à dix minutes, les plus éloignés à une heure environ - et se reposer dans un environnement paisible, au milieu des champs, et raffiné, le Plessis est le lieu rêvé. Magnifique décoration à l’ancienne, jamais tapageuse, avec des meubles choisis et agencés avec un goût très sûr, une atmosphère un peu surannée - vieille France ? - de soirées passées à une table de jeux. Des volumes exceptionnels, des équipements modernes et parfaitement intégrés au lieu - la douche dissimulée dans un placard. Vraiment inoubliable !"
"Such an amazing chateau. much beautiful than the photo! The room is very clean. super comfortable bed. especially Kelly and Chris. they are fantastic host! I feel really spoiled by their kind service. the Royal breakfast you will never foeget!"
"Le manque de propreté. Les équipements sont souvent vétustes et de petite qualité. Seulement 2 WC dans les 2 salles de bains pour 11, avec une capacité maxi de 15 ...! Capacité de l'internet très insuffisant, impossible de faire fonctionner la télé. Prix excessif compte tenu des prestations, en comparaison avec d'autres locations Airbnb."
"Le prieuré est bien situé, proche de Saché et de châteaux. Il est idéal pour être au calme en famille, se ressourcer, profiter de la nature et de beaucoup d'espace. Les belles chambres sont agréables, bien équipées et décorées. La cuisine-salle à manger est immense et permet de se retrouver nombreux en famille."
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