Hotel Restaurant Le Relais Du Moulin
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Restaurant Le Relais Du Moulin Valenšay
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... plus the rest of the bottle of wine , chatted to the English couple the next table , took our left overs with us for lunch and sans dinner but with cholesterol levels at stratospheric levels retuned to our lodgings.
A very good breakfast and a 45 minute chat with the proprietors wife started what was to be day day punctuated by as series of minor balls ups . First off a wrong turn set our trip to Villandry back 15 minutes or so . The next nail biter was ...
Dinner was great , a home cooked meal . Entree was grilled goats cheese on toast accompanied by a green salad , a pork casserole with veges and rice , desert was a simple orange salad , all this with all the wines of the chateau ( in a vineyard sense ) . We bought 3 bottles for our trip . Good wines too. It rained this morning , our first rain at all for our trip , got a bit damp but the day improved to ...
Having said that it is actually a strikingly beautiful building dominated by a wonderfully grand double helix stair case inspired by Leonardo da Vinci.
We enjoyed the cycle in the grounds and back to St Dye some 8km away.
... the residence is a museum where you can see the bedroom he died in as well as 40 models of the various machines that he designed. There were beautiful gardens outside but we were a little over it by this stage and headed back to the B&B. For dinner Sylvie and Marcel suggested a place after we had said we had wanted to eat nearby which they said was "maybe 10 minutes" but turned out to be at least 25 minutes away down a main road. The food was alright and then we went home to ...
... wife and then widow of Henri II. The walls are still hung with original tapestries, helping to give a real feel for the warmth and color that would have enriched the rooms. One of the most striking features of the chateau is the bridge, with its two-storey hall (see the pictures to know what I mean). The kitchens actually span two of the bridge arches. During WWII, the river Cher, which flows beneath the bridge, corresponded to the line of demarcation ...