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We had a wonderful stay at the Chateau this past week for two nights. We stayed in Room 12 which was a fabulous room in the old castle right in the tower. I felt like Rapunzel! It is a very small hotel and is quite...More
Conveniently located in quiet surroundings just outside Amboise....smiling reception,elegant décor,old world charm, sparkling table settings, cheerful staff, patient with explanations of the lovely dishes, chatty but not too chatty....We moved into the area last year not far from the restaurant, we will definitely re-visit the...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Chateau de Pray. The accommodations are lovely and the setting is beautiful. We stayed in one of the Renaissance Pavilion Rooms.
Breakfast was delicious and we caught a glimpse of two hot air balloons wafting over the valley. Wish...More
We stayed three nights at the Chateau and we were impressed by the friendly greeting when we arrived by the receptionist Sophie who gave us a good overview of the facilities at the Chateau which were excellent. The room was comfortable and spotlessly clean with...More
We stayed at Chateau de Pray on our way south recently and what a delightful place it was! 16th Century splendour but delivered in a homely and relaxed manner as opposed to regimented formality. Our room (upgraded – thank you) on the first floor to...More
A romantic hideaway in the heart of the Loire Valley...This Hôtel (2km from Amboise city) is tucked away in a 12-acre park, with a lovely kitchen garden ans this magnificent Château, built in the 12sd ...Morecentury and rebuilt in the 16th, watch over by its two towers. Inside, a certain bygone charm prevails.The bedrooms are perfeclty suited in the spirit of the place, with four poster beds, looped curtains, 16the and 18th century furniture and bathrooms decorated with marble and wood. The swimming pool and vast terrace are ideal to relax. Side tastes, the Chief Frederic Brisset, one Michelin star chief,officiates with its brigate motivated to get an unforgettable instant. Less
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The hotel will be able to answer your questions, they are very approachable and knowledgeable. I am sure they can arrange a tour of the Loire Valley and will direct you to the nearest station for a train to Bordeaux.