Le Beguinage

Address: Cheverny, Centre, 41700, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in Cheverny, is near Chateau de Cheverny.
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      Travel Blogs from Cheverny

      Amboise and the Loire Valley

      A travel blog entry by oliver_mieke on Mar 21, 2015

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      The first part of my trip took me to Amboise, nestled in the Loire Valley. The drive reminded my of The Netherlands, it was so flat and green, you could see for miles around. Covered in beautiful Chateaux's with acres of vineyards the valley is a special place.



      Amboise was on route to Bordeaux and I had heard some great things ...

      More castles and confusing French history

      A travel blog entry by amy.larkin on Feb 24, 2015

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      ... inside and out. This one had lovely views from the gardens of the Loire river. To be completely honest I have gotten all mixed up with which King and Queen lived here but I'm sure thee was a Henry or Louis or someone like that with some numbers after his name. Ok so I went back to my visitors guide and I was half correct, it started off with Charles VIII, then Francois I, then Henry II (I knew there was a Henry) and more Charles, Francois ...

      Chateau de Cheverny

      A travel blog entry by wearn4nz on Jul 28, 2014

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      ... huge number of very noisy hunting dogs still used by the Maquis for hunting in the grounds. The family even has a specially designed dinner service with a hunting dog on and the family arms. We didn't get too lost in the hedge Labyrinthe (maze) and of course the boys beat us out.
      But the highlight of the tour was the Tintin exhibition on site. The Chateau inspired Herge's depiction of Captain Haddock's family home called Marlinspike ...

      45 years and a day in Blois.

      A travel blog entry by mary.braddock. on Jun 13, 2014

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      ... prestidigitation with dragons emerging from the front windows at intervals. Anniversary lunch was superb and eaten in a lovely little bistro called Poivre et Sel, excellent company too! After exploring the shops we discovered that there were horse and carriage rides to be had from outside the chateau so off we went to buy tickets. Two ...

      Thunder!

      A travel blog entry by mary.braddock. on Jun 09, 2014

      We were awakened by another thunder storm at 6am which had abated by seven. After breakfast we used the window of dry weather to cycle to Contres for food and wine supplies. It is a French bank holiday they were closing early and we did not want to miss the chance to stock up. On our return the heavens opened again and we ate lunch, al fresco (of course) with heavy rain falling just short ...