Chateau de Brou

Address: rue du Chateau, Noyant-de-Touraine, Loire Valley, Centre, 37800, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on rue du Chateau, Noyant-de-Touraine.
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Travel Blogs from Noyant-de-Touraine

Quick stop in Tours

A travel blog entry by jimkath on Aug 05, 2015

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... was spent lazing around on the campsite, some sunbathing and bat and ball. We ended the day with a BBQ. We have checked the weather and it suggests rain for the morning so we have packed everything we can in the car ready for a quick pack up tomorrow ready to head to Paris. ...


A travel blog entry by jennybe on Aug 03, 2015

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... and admired great views from the "battlements"or terraces as they're called. In all the châteaux I have greatly admired the wonderful carved furniture, the cabinets often inlaid with mother of pearl and also the huge tapestries, many faded now but where the colours were better preserved you could imagine the glorious effect ...

Chateaux and gardens

A travel blog entry by jennybe on Aug 02, 2015

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... 16th century tapestries, paintings, china etc. In one place the kitchens still had medieval sink, stove, pump and oven with copper pots and pans and it was easy to imagine what life was like!

Had an easy day today just wandering and eating and drinking - very tempting iin France as there are cafes and bars everywhere ...

The town of Richelieu

A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Jun 26, 2015

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After our morning walk across the river around Cheillé and lunch at home we made our way over to the lovely little town of Richelieu. Built by Cardinal Richelieu around the 1500's this town was symmetrically designed, unusual for it's time, as all other villages were built around the town Cathedral. His magnificent chateau was sold off by impoverished family members and the stones bought to build other properties. It must have ...

Chambord Chateau

A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Aug 25, 2014

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... it log-on, even though it said that it had... It was a big camp, but not too many people, and it was quite fascinating to find that just the other side of the camp back fence, was the launching ground for the local hot-air balloons, so each morning and evening, we had the whooshing roar of the burners as they launched these massive graceful things, and then suddenly from behind the trees a huge colourful balloon would emerge eerily from the trees 100 m ...