5 on June 08, 2012
My husband and I stayed two nights at this B&B and our only regret is that we couldn't stay longer. Loches is a lovely historical town off the beaten track in the Loire Valley and this property, literally at the foot of the town's castle, could not be better. We stayed in the quaint Belle Epoque room with a view of the B&B's lovely gardens and the town below. Phillipe greeted us warmly and gave us a tour with an interesting history lesson on the property and the town. Christine prepared exceptional breakfasts every morning. In short - gorgeous property in a lovely town with exceptionally gracious hosts. Highly recommended!
So, you stayed in our "princess" room at the top of the 2 towers... thank you for writing this nice review ; we always appreciate when guests feel well in our home, and say it. It will be a pleasure to see you again to continue your quest of treasures, Chateaux, wineries, very close around us...Philippe
5 on December 25, 2011
We stayed at this delightful B&B for 4 nights - the facilities, location and the hosts (Philippe and Christine) were wonderful. They were extremely hospitable, and friendly, with a genuine willingness to do whatever they could to make the stay at their B&B comfortable and memorable. Great value for money and a good decision on our behalf to stay with Philippe and Christine. Loche is a wonderful town, and we enjoyed the walks and exploration of the many attractions that were available - we also had one of the best meals we have ever had in France at a local restaurant. The breakfasts were delightful and well suited for our tastes. Plus for coffee/tea making facilties in the room. We would definitely stay at this B&B again the next time we are in the vicinity.
Thank you for this nice review, I just discovered (sorry for late response); we are very pleased if you enjoyed your stay at home ; we always try our best to share this fabulous location in the midle of Chateaux de la Loire, and ours in the center of our calm and peaceful medieval town. See you one day...Philippe