On the heights of Saumur, you can't miss the Château le Prieuré, this magnificent 4-star establishment overlooking the banks of the Loire. And in this hotel hides the Castellane, the most appreciated gastronomic restaurant in Saumur.
Saumur is a well-preserved town with a magnificent castle, a world-renowned riding school and a great wine list. And one will certainly find a good table there. But when you are looking for an unforgettable table, a gastronomic cuisine, refined and in love with the products of the region, it is at the Castellane that you will meet. This gastronomic restaurant in Saumur, within the walls of the Château le Prieuré, is a wonderful invitation to discover the whole region just by tasting your plate. The chef of this gastronomic restaurant in Saumur takes pleasure in working with local products while offering a modern cuisine, focused on the racy meats and fish of the Loire. Between Tours and Angers, Saumur is an essential culinary step in your discovery of the Loire Castles.
A beautiful plate cannot be expressed without a setting that is up to the task. By choosing this gastronomic restaurant near Saumur, you make the choice of a 4 star hotel restored by La Maison Younan. The aim of this initiative is to take over old castles that have fallen into oblivion and restore them to become luxury hotels, the driving force of a whole region. This is exactly what the Château le Prieuré and its gastronomic restaurant in Saumur , Le Castellane, are doing. One finds on the spot a magnificent Empire atmosphere. There is no lack of taste in this style thanks to the tapestries, the period furniture and the paintings. The decor is magnificent and the jump in time a real adventure. You will also enjoy a magnificent view of the Loire. The dining room, overhanging the royal river of several tens of meters, offers a huge bay window which allows to put indefinitely its eyes on the banks of the Loire. On sunny days, a terrace under the trees gives the opportunity to enjoy this same view under the sun of the Loire Valley.