Chateau de Colliers * * * *

Route de Blois , 41500 - Muides-sur-Loire - Loire Valley - France

Chateau de Colliers

Chateau de Colliers was designed by architect Jacques Gabriel, the king’s personal architect and built in 1751 by the Chevalier de Bela. The chateau was originally owned by the Marquis de Vaudreuil, once the governor of Louisiana.
Each of the five guest rooms has its own character and atmosphere. They are decorated with elegant furniture passed through the peaceful and family history of the castle. Facing the Loire, on the terrace under the shade of ancient charms or lounge with large windows opening on a space full of light and serenity, you will experience time to rest, out of time, away stress and the pulsing big city life.
The rooms combine old charm with modern amenities. The bathrooms are functional, with bathtubs, bidets and toilets. WiFi, essential to travelers of the XXIst century, is available in almost every room of the castle.

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3 Rooms & 2 Suites
Access for people with reduced mobility.
Dining options

Evening meal on the terrace available.

Sports/Relaxation facilities and services

Outdoor swimming pool (opened in July and August)
Bowls field
Bicycle rental
Other facilities or services


Empire room at €136 B&B
Room with private terrace and uniques Loire views.
Mansard room at €146 B&B
- Queen size bed underneath a richly embroidered canopy.

- An optional second bed is available when needed.
King Louis XV Suite at €169 B&B
Queen size bed.

View on the Loire.
Béla Suite at €151 B&B
Two large double beds or twin beds.

View on the Loire.
Family Suite Arcades-Boisée at €295 B&B
Special suite composed of two independent rooms, with a double size bed and three single beds. You will appreciate the wide windows opening on the Loire and the terrace. : Boisée from 146.00€ and the Arcades at 143€
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