La Maison d'à Côté Montlivault 25 route de Chambord Online Booking

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This charming hotel and restaurant is set in a lovely village in the Loire Valley. A perfect stopping point to discover some the the medieval wonders the France has to offer. Located on a quiet road across the road from a lovely little church, you will not go wrong using this a s a base to explore from.

The room are lovely and comfortable. A good size with large beds. Good value for money and a splendid restaurant.

Modern in style, this was the old village in when it was built. Still possessing the character of old yet, with all the facilities you would expect in the modern age.

The delightful in-house restaurant, where breakfast lunch and dinner is served, is frequented by locals and guests alike. Great French cuisine, marvellous local specialities. The goats cheese being just one to savour.

The charming nature of the bar for you to relax in before and after a lovely meal is also worthy of note. The local aperitif of sparkling wine and Cointreau is a great way to start your taste of the Loire, just as it was meant to be.

Within a short drive of us are 3 fabulous chateaus. One each in Chambord, Beauregard and Blois. The smaller chateau are also worth seeing in France. Within reach include those at Villesavin, Troussay and Beaugency.



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This Guests Rating Bar for 4.43 

Rating of 4.43 out of 5  Unique ID (99444071)

Guests Name: Anonymous  was travelling as Same sex couple



Good stuff: This was the perfect location to explore local chateaux from. The food was nice in the restaurant. The staff and owners were very friendly. It was literally a little gem of a place to stay at. We were very lucky to find it.


Overall: A little gem is not going to far to describe this inn. We had been staying at four star chateaux before here. Although it was not quite up to that standard, we were not disappointed. The bedroom was large enough, clean and tidy. The bed itself large and comfortable. The owners and staff were all very friendly. Our spoken French was poor. Yet, they all made efforts to speak English and we all could understand each other. There was car parking available for us just next to a lovely church that is being restored at the moment. The restoration work did not disturb us. It looks like it will be completed soon. Thus a visit to the church for future visitors would be worth while I think. The bar and restaurant downstairs was well used by locals and other guests staying here. A special mention goes to the aperitif of the house. I have tried to recreate it at home but have come no where near what they produced. It was a delicious mix of Cointreau (which is produced in this region) local sparkling wine and grapefruit juice. It was delicious and the perfect start to a great meal. The food they served was a mixture of traditional French and bistro type dishes. Local produce was the order of the day. The local goat cheeses were a delight to savour. They went down a treat, with local wines of course.


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