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Centre Val De Loire Cottages
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Anon - verified booking
"'We have stayed at Chateau Du Raguermiere at Easter and Summer and fell in love with it as soon as we visited it the first time. It is very luxuriously decorated in a subtle mix of 19 century style and trendy designer pieces which blend very well to give it an updated classic feel. Staying there is such a special experience and it really feels like home but with all the grandeur of the high ceilings, spacious rooms, long corridors that stretch the length of the building on each floor, immaculate gardens and grounds and the fun feeling that the chateau is really ours for the time we are there! Our children and their friends have enormous fun playing endless games of ‘it’, hide and seek, swimming, running up to the fruit and vegetable garden to choose things they ask John to prepare for their supper, or picking and eating as much fruit as they can. We all tried archery, boules and Frisbee golf and took the bikes out to Langeais. My husband runs the jogging trail and we both used the gym. Caroline even found a Personal Trainer to visit while we stayed, to help to motivate us. John and Caroline are wonderful – helpful, friendly and happy to shop, cook, tidy up and babysit as much as we want; yet never around too much. We have many special memories of delicious, beautifully presented lunches by the pool; evening drinks and canapes in the courtyard or drawing room and superb dinners served in the dining room. Often we just wandered down into Langeais to the local cafes and restaurants for lunch and dinner as it’s such an easy and pleasant walk past the huge Langeais chateau. There’s lots of choice including a pizzeria, creperie, gastronomic restaurants, lots of cafes plus ice cream and chocolate shops. John and Caroline booked some restaurants for us before we arrived in France as we wanted to plan some nights out without the children, so we wandered down to Langeais for dinner while Caroline babysat. The children love them both! The people in the shops, cafes and restaurants speak English and are very friendly; and the town is so nice as it is definitely French and not too touristy. The Sunday market in Langeais is amazing and definitely worth visiting, with every kind of food, crockery, leather goods, clothing, shoes and curios for sale. We would highly recommend holidaying at Chateau De Raguermiere, as it’s our dream place to stay and we only wish we could book it up more often.’ The N Family, Berkshire, UK"
Anon - verified booking
"‘We stayed at Chateau De Raguermiere in July 2012. It is an impressive and attractive 19th century chateau that has been very well restored and beautifully re-decorated. Though it would accommodate a large group, it has an intimate feel. The enclosed wooded grounds are very well kept (including a vegetable garden) and the large heated pool and terrace area are excellent and a sun-trap. We were well looked after and made to feel welcome by the English couple who run the estate – they have lived in France for many years. Domaine Du Fort is on the edge of the attractive small town of Langeais, on the River Loire about 15 minutes west of Tours (which is a noted gastronomic centre). We found a couple of good restaurants and interesting small shops, plus a massive fortress which is worth a visit. The main Loire Valley attractions (Chenenceaux, Villandry, Amboise, etc.) are all close by and there are several reasonably easy routes from the UK. We drove via the Channel Tunnel and near-empty motorways (via Rouen) but there are also Ryanair flights from Stansted to Tours. The other options include a very fast TGV link direct from Tours to Paris CDG airport and the Portsmouth – Caen/St Malo ferry. I’d certainly recommend it for medium and larger parties. The pool and secure grounds make it a very good place for families in the summer.’ Mr A - Henley on Thames, UK"
Lieke - verified booking
"What a great holiday! We had gotten the impression that sat several apartments in the house on the picture, but the house in the photo is the holiday. The house has no air conditioning but continued through the attic space and the hatches despite the heat and cool. The house is beautiful, the two left doors are two spacious bedrooms. So you look from your bed in the beautiful garden. The third door is the kitchen and the fourth of the living room. The garden is really fantastic. Huge with lots of shade and privacy. The whole garden is surrounded by a piece of wood (which also belongs to this house). At the back of the garden behind the barn also has a large private (football) field, also surrounded by a little forest. The owners are very nice and speak English. The village of St Maurice -sur-Fessard is very small, there is a bakery within walking distance. There would also be a restaurant but it was unfortunately closed because a few weeks before our holiday fire had broken out. Area Fontainebleau is a must, the castle of Sully and Orleans. From the house denotes within 10 minutes on the highway so that cities like Troyes and Auxerre are easily accessible. The kitchen is well equipped with microwave, dishwasher, kettle and"
Monique - verified booking
"The house owner has received us very kindly and showed the house. There was also a bottle of wine for us and some sweets from the area. The house is a beautiful traditional French-style house and décor. The kitchen, toilets and bathrooms are new and so fine. Care is also taken in the bedrooms. The house is from the inside so fine and as described. The garden I found personally disappointing. The terrace was large enough and shaded by a beautiful tree. Most of the garden, however, consists mainly of gravel, rather than thinking of a parking lot. I found it disturbing because I love greenery and nature around me. My partner found it less disturbing. Also look out on the highway which is 2 km further. In a certain direction of wind you hear the traffic. This one finds the one disturbing and the other is not. The cottage is in a hamlet and there are some excursions in the area, but they are not very spectacular, except Fontainebleau, which is a must. Orleans is also a nice city. We have already visited many beautiful areas in France and this is one of the less we have seen. Maybe we are a little spoiled. All in all, a nice cottage with a disappointing garden in a boring area."
Sarah-Jane - verified booking
"A disappointing gite. Madame who runs it is very pleasant, but clearly lonely and goes out of her way to 'bump into you' at every opportunity for a chat, which can be difficult if you are in a hurry. The hamlet is dead. Only a bakery and a bar which opens occasionally.The village store shut long ago. The gite is tired and dated and smelt very musty as (if the visitors' book is to be believed) we were the first people in it since last summer. The kitchen equipment is old and random with key things missing- no wine glasses, no chopping board, no cleaning materials if you chose to clean yourself. Dirty old plastic mats on kitchen table. The bed in the Master bedroom was a thin mattress on a wooden board above the bed base. The "blanket" was an old sleeping bag. It would really benefit from new kitchen equipment, beds and bedding. Not what you expect in a holiday let! Shame as we have always been impressed with your accommodation until now."