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Chinon and the Châteaux of the Loire Valley

Our hotel is the perfect place to begin your holiday


Located at the gates of the medieval citadel, our hotel is the ideal place from which to discover Chinon. One of France’s “Villes d’Art et d’Histoire” and listed as a UNESCO heritage site, enjoy its royal fortress, its charming streets, and its quaysides by the River Vienne. Chinon is also famous for its fine wines, its history (from the Plantagenets to Joan of Arc), not to mention its literature with Renaissance writer François Rabelais who called the town his home. The city is also the gateway to the Loire Valley’s fairytale castles, with the likes of Azay-le-Rideau, Ussé, Langeais, Loches, Rivau and Villandry nearby.


Nature lovers won’t be disappointed either. The Chinon region in the heart of the Natural Regional Park of Loire-Anjou-Touraine is ideal for walking. With the royal Loire and majestic Vienne rivers running through it, it offers a multitude of trails for walking and cycling across well-kept countryside and state-owned forest. If you’re a lover of fine wines, you can also take the Route des Vins of the Loire Valley, as well as the many tourist circuits on offer.

A visit to sites in a London-style black cab taxi is available on reservation.

Visit Chinon and the Loire Valley

UNESCO world heritage site

The Châteaux of the Loire Valley

Our hotel, at the heart of the Loire Valley, classed as a UNESCO world heritage site, is your gateway to the châteaux of the Loire. After visiting the Château de Chinon, head to those in Azay-le-Rideau, Lémeré (Rivau), Langeais, Ussé and Villandry, to name but a few.


A medieval city

When staying at Hotel Plantagenêt in the heart of Chinon, you’ll be able to discover the old town on foot with its winding lanes, fortress and château. The fortress, basking in the light of the River Vienne, is more than a thousand years old!


Loire-Anjou-Touraine Park

The Natural Regional Park of Loire-Anjou-Touraine covers more than 271,000 hectares across the Touraine and Anjou areas. On your walks you will discover prairies, bocages, limestone plateaux planted with vines and grains, as well as forests.