At the gates of Saumur, the Château le Prieuré is a 4 star hotel worthy of the most beautiful monuments in the region. High-end hotel, gastronomic restaurant, your stay in the Loire Castles starts in the best way.
Between Tours and Angers is hidden Saumur. No, the city does not hide, it proudly exposes to the eyes of all its magnificent heritage, castle in the first place. It is not the only one in the Loire Valley. The region is rightly known for its rich heritage from the great hours of France. Some places have been rehabilitated into magnificent establishments like the Château le Prieuré near Saumur, a castle hotel in Maine et Loire among the most famous in the Loire Valley. In addition to the historical heritage, people come for the Loire landscapes, for entertainment such as golf and nature activities. Located near Tours and Angers, this 4 star hotel in Maine et Loire is in the tradition of the Pays de la Loire, a magnificent region rich in discoveries.
At Château le Prieuré, near Saumur, you could almost expect a guided tour as the premises, furniture, tapestries and architecture of the Prieuré have been perfectly restored by La Maison Younan. No false note in this castle decoration perfectly balanced with the modern equipment necessary for comfort such as the flat screen TV in the room, the wifi or a large functional bathroom. In the common areas of this Maine et Loire castle hotel, you will love the bar, if only for its incredible view of the banks of the Loire. The castle being in height, a few tens of meters above the level of the river as for the majority of the Castles of the Loire, the sight is incredible. Behind the huge bay windows, summer and winter, you will not detach your eyes from the royal river. The view of the Loire is also the crowning glory of the gastronomic restaurant Le Castellane. The same atmosphere of a castle where the furniture of the XVIIth and XVIIIth century give an inimitable stamp to the place. In your plate, it is the passion of the chief and his brigade for the regional products which will delight you. But it is impossible to talk about this gastronomic restaurant without mentioning the wine cellar, dug by the monks and today a sanctuary for nearly 30,000 exceptional bottles.