Situated in the beautiful Loire valley, this chateau was built over two centuries ago by a French nobleman.
This unique property gives a taste of history alongside a fantastic charm and amenities.
The ground floor offers a wonderful living space, with 16th century tapestries featured on the wood panelled walls of the main salon.
The marble fireplace is furnished with antique décor.
The majestic dining room is the perfect place for family dining, with a lovely children’s corner full of toys and games.
The six wonderfully decorated bedrooms can sleep up to 13 guests.
Another enchanting attraction is the beautiful chapel situated on the second floor.
With over 70 acres of parkland, there is so much to keep you entertained.
From the heated pool to boules and badminton courts, everyone will enjoy their stay.
Over 200 species of rare trees can be found when exploring the grounds, with flowers that can be picked from the walled garden.
A trip out from the chateau will take you on trips of wine tours, historic villages and magnificent castles.
10 minutes away you will find a Michelin stared restaurant, the perfect place to dine in the evenings.
A must visit is a day trip to the Mont of saint-Michel.
There may be the possibility of sleeping extra guests in the château, on request only and subject to a supplement. If required, please enquire for further details. One room that may be opened has very precious furnishings and extra care should be taken.
Please note the top-floor (the original servant quarters and attic) is closed off.
In the Loire Valley, Château de Flora is perfectly located for guests to visit some of the grand châteaux of this spectacular region.
The château is just half-an-hour from Angers (37km) which is easily reached by TGV from Paris Montparnasse in 90 minutes. If you arrive by ferry, there is a choice of ports including Saint-Malo just over two hours away or by aeroplane it's just over an hour from Nantes Airport.
The local town is just 5km away where you will find a variety of restaurants, a boulangerie, supermarket and other useful town amenities. Make sure you visit the town’s chocolatier during you stay and treat yourself to a meal at the Michelin starred restaurant around a ten-minute drive from Château de Flora.
The Loire Valley is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site with good reason – some of the most prestigious châteaux of France can be visited for a great day out. Close by, head to Château de Challain-la-Potherie (14km, by appointment only) or admire the 15th century Château du Plessis-Bourré (42km) with its wonderful setting surrounded by water – take a picnic to enjoy in the grounds after a guided tour.
Further afield around the city of Tours, you will find the well-known Château de Villandry (140km), Château de Chenonceau (180km) as well as Château Royal d'Amboise (190km) near the tomb of Leonardo da Vinci.
Closer to home, enjoy all that the Loire river has to offer – hire canoes on the river around twenty minutes away in Mauges-sur-Loire or take leisurely boat trips along the river departing from Saint-Mathurin-sur-Loire (56km). Visit the typical Loire town of Ancenis (30km), especially on a Thursday morning with its vibrant market and don’t miss a trip to the town’s Maison du Vin!
Indeed, this region is wonderful for wine-lovers with Anjou vineyards to the east and the wineries of Nantes to the west. There are numerous domaines within a short distance where you can sample and purchase some of the excellent wines