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The Chateau De Marcay is located in the village of Marcay. The hotel has extensive gardens and an outdoor swimming pool, tennis court and gastronomic restaurant. The 15th century Chateau offers large guestrooms with traditional upholstery and free Wi-Fi. The Chateau De Marcay's restaurant serves gourmet cuisine with seasonal ingredients from the kitchen garden. Guests can tour the Chateau's 12 000 bottle cellar and sample the fine wines. The Chateau De Marcay is 8 kilometres from Chinon's ancient fort on the river Vienne. It's also an ideal base for hiking and cycling routes nearby.
All reviews loire valley superior room wine list service was impeccable restaurant staff horse riding fields of sunflowers bike trip swimming pool course meal room was large reception desk west wing stone walls beautiful property spent one night old building
Beutiful Chateaux set in a rural position, quiet and well appointed. Restaurant is very good. Not cheap but the rooms are exceptionally well furnished. Close to C?hinon which has a lovely medieval centre.
If you ever wanted the epitome of a lovely trip to France stay here! The Chateau is amazing. After 2 nights of dinner and the same menu we were ready for something different so we took a taxi to town and ate at Les Annes...More
We chose the chateau for a 2 night stay en-route from the Dordogne back to the UK, on arrival it is a definitely a grand old building that is in need of TLC, we had a large bedroom on the first floor filled with odd...More
The chateau is so beautiful as you drive up the driveway. The staff are very friendly. The place is a little dated but I think this just adds to its character. The pool is like a private pool from years ago but is clean and...More
This is the second time I have stayed at the chateau in 8years, and the rooms are well past their best....they are exceptionally tired, dated and more like an average 3* hotel.
We paid €280 to stay in a superior room for 1 night....the only...More