Château La Touanne
Nicolas et Christine d’Aboville
02 38 46 51 39
06 83 20 75 15
Your hosts speak : French & English
Château La Touanne, 45130 Baccon
Doubles from 120 € / night (breakfast included)
Best Charming Likes
- A prestigious 17thC château
- The wrought-iron gates and the moat .
- Look out for the many surprises as you walk around the extensive gardens.
- Spacious, elegant bedrooms.
A castle it may be but the atmosphere is one of genuine warmth and simplicity. Guests are made to feel so welcome here. An unforgettable stay chez Nicolas and Christine.
Services offered by Château La Touanne
- Private car park
- Warmed swimming pool
- Table d'hôte on reservation
- Private car park
- Heated swimming pool
- Ping pong
- Table d'hôtes son booking
Château la Touanne : an exceptionnal Guesthouse in Loire Valley
We look forward to welcoming you to our romantic family chateau.90 minutes from Paris, 5 min from the motorway exit, we are close to the chateaux of the Loire Valley. As we only have 5 renovated rooms you are guaranteed tranquility and privacy. Let's take a walk around the large ground with the river, orangery and dovecote or swim in the heated swimming pool.
Christine and Nicolas d'Aboville.
The chateau and its park, farm, and stableshave matured over the centuries beside a river and close to the Valley of the Loire. The ornamental wrought iron entrance gates and original 17th century north façade are architecturally important and they, together with the ancient trees, paths, driveways and dry moats are witnesses to the long history of this home.
Christine, has renovated the interiors of this home with chosen colours and materials to create a combination between both period and modern accessories.
The bedrooms, with there own individual style, are refined, comfortable and have been fully renovated.
Stroll along the "allées" of the park or beside the river, or perhaps laze by the poolas the setting sun caresses the tops of the fruit trees. Doze beneath the ancient lime trees. Or explore one of the timeless villages beside the Loire, before returning for a quiet and peaceful night, to be woken next morning by the sound of birdsong. "C'est la vie"