The chateau is set in a 17-hectare park with centuries-old trees for a complete privacy. The property boasts private access to the adjoining 400-hectare forest, opening up many possibilities for long walks. The historical château was destroyed during a fire in the late nineteenth century. The stone ruins, overgrown with plants now, are a romantic relic quietly overlooking the lawn. As a result of the devastating fire in the 19th century, the orangery was adapted for residential use. It is now the main house of the property. It measures 1,200 m², of which 1,000 m² are available for rent. There is also a swimming pool just a few steps down from a beautiful stone terrace.
The large windows of the orangery open onto a large terrace facing south, a perfect place for holding your late dinners outdoors. On the ground floor, the reception area is 350 m² in total. It consists of 3 adjoining salons, an entrance hall and a hallway (230 m² total, the largest salons is 80 m²), a set of 4 “petits salons”. The kitchen is fully equipped and opens on a dining room.
The accommodation capacity is 30 persons. On the first floor, 8 double ensuite bedrooms welcome up to 17 persons. On the ground floor, a separate apartment consisting of 2 bedrooms (one of which is a dormitory for 4 people) and a bathroom. The 2 convertibles salons on the ground floor will comfortably complement the accommodation possibilities for up to 4 more persons.
A separate but nearby house, recently renovated, offers a small additional sleeping accommodation of 5 beds, which can be rented in addition.
A guest house completely renovated in a contemporary style can accommodate 5 people. It consists of two flats: on the ground floor, a studio for 2 persons with shower and toilet, and a duplex flat for 3 persons with a small living room downstairs and a large bedroom upstairs with a bathtub integrated in the bedroom.
This house is optional with an extra charge. Please contact us for a quote.
The property is always rented in its entirety to a single group. Included in the rental is the park with swimming pool, and the chateau reception rooms and bedrooms for 25 people.
The rental price includes rooms, and the charges for heating, water, electricity, garden maintenance, pool, and cleaning the house. Bed linen and towels are provided. Beds are made on arrival. Only the « taxe de séjour » (a few euros per person) remains to be paid upon arrival.
A guest house for 5 people is optional at an additional cost. Please contact us for a quote.
Damage deposit: 2 500 euros.
Pets are not allowed
|Season||Stay||Château with reception||Château without reception|
|From 11th November to Easter (except for Christmas and New Year)||Week-end 3 days 2 nights||4200 €||3200 €|
|From Easter to 30th June / From 1st September to 11th November||Week-end 3 days 2 nights||5500 €||4200 €|
|Week 7 days 7 nights||7600 €||5600 €|
|July & Agust / Christmas and New Year||Week-end 3 days 2 nights||7500 €||5700 €|
|Week 7 days 7 nights||9600 €||7600 €|
Despite the greenery that has overtaken the turreted towers and the castle walls, a rich and long history unfolded here, mixing royal visits and hunting receptions, feats of arms and dramatic events. With a past extending its roots more than 850 years back, a succession of famous names in the History of Touraine (lords of Sainte-Maure to the Dukes of Choiseul through the Marquis of Beauvau), with lords places a captain of Du Guesclin and a steward of Finance, a bishop, a minister of Louis XV and an ambassador of France – but also the assassination of the Duke of Guise – not to mention the passages of Joan of Arc, Louis XI and Henry IV. The sumptuous castle was burned down in 1882. The Orangerie, built in 1768, was enlarged with a neo-Louis XV style extension between its two square pavilions and again in 1884 at its rear facade an additional wing in an Anglo Norman style. In the late 19th century the chateau underwent a partial renovation. During the Second World War it was occupied by the Germans and unfortunately, taken again by fire in 1943.
Chateau Montgoger is located in the heart of the middle of the castles of the Loire, the second most visited region of France. There are so many activities, we have only listed those in the immediate vicinty:
• From Tours: 30 min by car, Tours Loire Valley airport at 40min, Saint-Pierre des Corps TGV station at 30 min.
• From Paris: 55 minutes from TGV + 30 minutes by car. By car, about 3 hours drive: follow the A10 from Paris, exit 24.1 which leads directly to Saint-Épain.
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