Le Manoir du Grand Echeneau offers superior bed and breakfast accommodation in its five en-suite rooms which, coupled with the easy access to the Chateaux of the Loire valley, will ensure a relaxed and enjoyable stay.
The manoir was built by a courtier of Louis XV in 1720 and is designated a French Classical Monument, although parts of the building date back to the 1500's when it was a farming estate. The word "echeneau" means hemp which refers back to the crop that was grown here to make sisal for rope-making.
There are two rooms on the first floor - the Madame Du Barry room and the Madame De Chateauroux room.
On the second floor there are three rooms, the Louise De Nesle room, the Pauline De Nesle room and the Louis XV Suite.
In addition to the five letting rooms in the main building, there is also a gite which is available as a holiday let.