Domaine de la Tortinière: a luxury and refined 4 star château-hotel

In the heart of the Loire Valley châteaux, near Tours, the Domaine de la Tortinière stretches all the way down to the Indre River covering a total of 37 acres. This charming luxury estate is typical and an exemple of French refinement. Its location in the Loire Valley between the châteaux of Azay-le-Rideau and Chenonceau is perfect to discover the Touraine area.

The charming bedrooms combine classic and contemporary styles; all are equipped with modern comforts and, in some cases, have a magnificent view over the Indre valley.

Moreover, you can savour the chef’s varied dishes, from fine-dining/gastronomic or bistro cooking or even a vegan meal, while relaxing on the terrace or in the Orangerie dining room and before setting off to discover more Loire Valley châteaux.

The Orangerie Restaurant - Domaine de La Tortinière

The Orangerie Restaurant - Domaine de La Tortinière

Domaine de la Tortinière

Domaine de la Tortinière

Another option is taking advantage of La Tortinière, by either sunbathing by the outdoor heated swimming pool or by strolling in the park down to the river and enjoying the small boat waiting for you. You may also admire the panoramic Indre valley scenery, comfortably relaxing on one of the multiple terraces.

The helpful hotel staff is always there to advise our guests about the “must-do and see” in the area. In your leisure time, you may enjoy the game on the synthetic grass tennis court, or a game of table tennis or pool. The wellness area is at your disposal with a massage room and a sauna. The hotel is also family friendly and very receptive to the needs of families with young children.

You will fully enjoy your holidays in this area, rich in history, as you make unforgettable memories. It will be a pleasure for the staff of La Tortinière to guide you along the way. Do not hesitate to ask and make your holidays a success!

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