Château De La Bourdaisière, Loire Hotel

Château de la Bourdaisière is a 15th-century Loire Valley Chateau Hotel offering spacious and refined accommodation, as well as an on-site restaurant and bar. A large heated seasonal outdoor swimming-pool is also available at the property.

La Bourdaisière is a historical monument (14th-16th century)  set in a 140-acre park located an hour from Paris on the TGV (France’s high-speed train). There is also a Tomato Bar (Bar à Tomates) as the chateau is a “National Tomato Conservatory”. The Chateau’s grounds are the setting for a number of festivals throughout the year e.g a Plant Festival and a Tomato Festival.

Montlouis wine


Located a few kilometres east of Tours, Montlouis-sur-Loire gives its name to white wines that are less well known outside of the Touraine region and are all made from Chenin Blanc grapes. The Montlouis-sur-Loire wine-growing area was originally part of the Vouvray region, but on the left bank of the Loire on somewhat different soils. As with Vouvray wines, some Montlouis wines are semi-sparkling or sparkling or pétillant .

Recommended nearby wine domaine – Domaine Joel Delaunay at Pouillé about 40km / 25 miles away

for more info and to check availability at this Loire Valley Chateau Hotel see Château de la Bourdaisière

alternative nearby vineyard accommodation: Chateau de Pintray

plane logoairport: Tours Loire Valley TUF 18 km / 12 miles

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  • Post last modified:July 24, 2023