Les Rosiers

...a self-contained spacious property for a two/four in the heart of the Loire Valley, open to families, can comfortably sleep 4 people.

Walk in through the stable-style front door into the large, open plan living area decorated with a reclaimed log burner and a vintage bike high up on the beam! A large modern oil painting specially commissioned by a local artist completes this eclectic mix of old and new.

This 200 year old building which once housed a wine press has recently been sympathetically restored by professional builders to provide modern, spacious one bedroom accommodation  for  couples or for family of four*.

* Children aged 8 and upwards for the mezzanine. Younger children can use the sofa bed and a put me up bed in the lounge.


The property retains the charm of bygone times and also benefits from the added luxuries one would expect in the 21st century such as underfloor heating and a dishwasher.

The main accommodation (apart from the mezzanine) is entirely on the ground floor and comprises:

A large cathedral-style living room with a dining area and a well appointed fitted kitchen (dishwasher, microwave, small electric oven, four-ring hob and extractor fan, electric kettle, filter coffee maker, toaster).

There’s a flat screen television with satellite channels, a DVD player and DVDs as well as books.

To accommodate 2 children/teenagers/adults there are two single beds on the mezzanine.

Bedroom (groundfloor)

The lounge leads to a dressing area (large in-built wardrobes, with lots of hanging and storage space) and the light and airy double bedroom with chest of drawers and bedside tables. Door to the garden.


To the other side of the dressing area, there’s a large family-size bathroom with a sunken bath and shower, double vanity unit with two washhand basins, heated towel rail and toilet. There is also a washing machine, iron and ironing board.


During your stay you can relax on the comfy leather sofa overlooking the garden, swim in the large heated swimming pool and enjoy cycling round the lanes and picturesque villages as well as visiting local attractions, vineyards and of course castles! (bikes are at your disposal).