Véronique and Bruno lancesseur are happy to welcome you to L'Epinglerie, their property for more than 20 years. "" Rest assured that we make every effort to make your stay as pleasant as possible ".
Thank you to send us a text message, as soon as you can, indicating the time slot in which you plan to arrive.
Check-in possible from 03:30 PM to 08:00 PM
Coming from Blois, that is from the north, and arrived at Clénord, turn left on the D77 towards Tour-en-Sologne.
Coming from the south of Cour-Cheverny, on the D765, turn right just after the gendarmerie.
Follow the signs "Michel Gendrier, winemaker, Domaine des Huards", our neighbor.
Our address is generally well recognized from the main gps:
Details dd: 47.527401 x 1.453358
Corded dms: North 47 ° 31 '38.644 "East 1 ° 27' 12.089"
The Gites de l'Epinglerie - 17, loon way - 41700 Cour Cheverny
Tel: +33 6 60 16 14 06
Your private parking is reserved for you inside the property; you will be able to reach it by an automatic gate which you will be able to maneuver with a remote control which will be given to you. You will be able to park your car safely in the immediate vicinity of your Cottage.
We will ask you to pay a security deposit of 300 € at the delivery of the keys. You can pay this deposit either by check or cash in euros. This deposit will be returned upon departure in the absence of any damage, mess or dirt.
You will find in the cottage plastic bins to facilitate the organization and transport of your recyclables. Thank you kindly empty them in one of the village sorting centers before your departure and put the bins in place in the house.
Other non-recyclable waste must be placed in the large gray container in front of the road. They are collected every Thursday morning.
There are no detailed inventory, but a state of general places you find in the house. You have two days to report your disagreement with this inventory. To reassure you, we inform you that we have never withheld deposit since our opening in 2012.
You will find instructions for use of the main equipment in the bottom drawer of the kitchen.
Please do not disconnect the internet router or the transmission device connected to the power outlet.
You will find the code arriving in the house, thank you not to disconnect the box or the transmission device plugged into the socket.
You can rent bicycles at the agency Cheverny Voyages and have them delivered to the cottage before your arrival so that you can benefit immediately!
We have an umbrella bed that we can put at your disposal for free on request.
We can provide you with linen at the price of 5 € per person.
The Market is held every Friday morning in the Town Hall Square, you will find an excellent fishmonger that we recommend.
Open to the public all year round, the Château de Cheverny, still lived in today, is a building of Classical style dating from the 17th century. The interior of the château, full of magnificent furniture, objets d'art and tapestries, is exceptional and not to be missed. Visitors can explore very sumptuous rooms like the king's bedroom, the drill hall, the library and the tapestry salon.
The Château de Cheverny is also unusual in that it was a source of inspiration for Tintin illustrator Hergé. Minus its two outer wings, this majestic residence closely resembles Marlinspike Hall, the country residence of popular Tintin character Captain Haddock. A permanent exhibition called "Les Secrets de Moulinsart" (The Secrets of Marlinspike Hall) is dedicated to the world of Tintin.
The tree-lined park is a very pleasant and relaxing place for a stroll. Tours in electric car or by boat on the canal are also available and make an excellent way of exploring the park and its natural heritage.
Monday: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Situated on the edge of the Loire River, Blois, a City of Art and History, forms an attractive and harmonious architectural group with its royal château, houses in the old town and religious monuments.
A former residence of French kings, the Château de Blois is a majestic building that is unusual because it features several different architectural styles - Gothic, Flamboyant Gothic, Italian Renaissance and Classical - a wonderful range of French architecture. The château's highlights include the gate topped by an equestrian statue of Louis XII, the stunning internal courtyard and the four wings from different periods and of different architectural styles, and the sumptuous spiral staircase in the Francis I wing. The fine art museum in the Louis XII wing houses a collection of tapestries, paintings and sculptures. From April to September every year, an enchanting evening light and sound show, "Ainsi Blois vous est conté...", which recounts the history of this famous building, is put on in the courtyard.
Outside its walls, Place du Château is a very pleasant place for a drink on one of the café terraces. Horse-drawn carriage tours of the old town depart from this square, at the château entrance.
In front of the castle, the Robert Houdin magic museum is dedicated to magic and illusion. Kids and adults can discover the history of magic, as well as collections of magician's tools, like those of the famous French conjurer Robert Houdin. Another museum to visit is the Objet museum, a former convent housing a collection of works by modern and contemporary artists, such as Dali, Caesar, Arman and Christo. Horse fans should go to the National stud farm and immerse themselves in the world and history of horses.
The visit of Blois continues in the picturesque narrow, sloping streets of the historic centre, which are full of charm and great to stroll around. There are also beautiful gardens to be seen towards Saint-Louis cathedral. From the vast esplanade of the town hall, there is a fantastic view of the bishop's palace gardens, the slate roofs of the old town and the royal river!
In the heart of the forest of Boulogne abounding in game, on the site of a fortress, King François I built an imposing, richly decorated residence as his hunting lodge in the 16th century. A Renaissance masterpiece, the Château de Chambord is the biggest in the Loire Valley, with 440 rooms, 800 carved capitals and 282 fireplaces!
This striking and elegant building consists of a central keep with four round towers and a surrounding wall. Its famous double spiral staircase is a remarkable architectural feat. This ingenious construction allows two people to go up and down the stairs without passing each other!
After visiting the apartments, a walk around the château terrace is mandatory. From there, the view of thousands of attic windows, chimneys, capitals, spires and little steeples of the building makes an amazing picture. The terrace of the keep also offers a beautiful view of the park of Chambord national estate. A hunting reserve, the park is surrounded by a 32-km wall, making it the largest enclosed forested area in Europe. Visitors wishing to go for a walk can do so along the numerous waymarked footpaths. Horse-drawn carriage tours are also available from the Marshal of Saxony stables.
Monday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Sunday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Dominating majestically the Loire River, the Château de Chaumont-sur-Loire was built in the 15th and 16th centuries. It used to belong to Catherine de Medici and then to her rival Diane de Poitiers. Open to visitors, its apartments contain some magnificent tapestries and rooms like Catherine de Medici's and Diane de Poitiers' bedrooms, the council room and the library.
From the château terrace, the panoramic view of the Loire Valley is magnificent.
An event not to be missed: the International Garden Festival, which takes place in the château park from June to October every year and brings together landscapists from all over the world. This very creative and colourful event is a showcase for fantastic plant-based compositions and works around a given topic. A delight for the eyes and the nose!
Monday: 10:00 AM – 05:30 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 05:30 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 05:30 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 05:30 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 05:30 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 05:30 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 05:30 PM
The main town of the Sologne, Romorantin-Lanthenay charms visitors with its attractive river banks and riverside public garden, ancient mills and bridges spanning the River Sauldre. To get to know the history and traditions of the Sologne better, a visit to the Sologne museum is essential. There you will find out all about its natural environment, fauna, history, architecture and traditions!
A Renaissance château dominates the houses of the medieval town of Saint-Aignan. Although the inside of this castle cannot be visited, the main courtyard and the terraces are open to the visitors and offer a magnificent view of the roofs of the city and the landscapes of the Cher valley. The old town of Saint-Aignan also possesses a beautiful Romanesque collegiate church dating from the 11th and 12th centuries.
Also in Saint-Aignan, the ZooParc de Beauval makes a great outing for kids and adults with 4,000 animals in a pleasant, floral setting.
The town of Montrichard, pleasantly located on the edge of the River Cher, is dominated by a medieval square keep dating from the 11th century. The local archaeology, history and traditions are presented in two museums there. The top of the keep offers a beautiful view of the houses in the town and of the Cher Valley. There are old timber-framed brick houses to see in the old town.
In summer, medieval shows telling the history of the town are performed.
Nestling on the edge of the River Cher, the town of Selles-sur-Cher is well known for its goat's cheese. The château there, both a fortress and a Renaissance residence, is open to the public.
Towering over the Loire and the town of the same name, the Royal Château of Amboise in Indre-et-Loire is a reminder of a glorious past. Originally a medieval fortress, it was converted into a sumptuous Renaissance château from the 15th century onwards at the behest of several Kings of France. First there was Charles VIII, who was born at the castle. He brought artists over from Italy to give it a First French Renaissance style. But he died prematurely without being able to complete his work. His successor Louis XII then undertook to continue the work and the Heurtault Tower was built as a result. After taking over from him, King Francis I decided to raise the height of the Royal Lodge, where you can admire a beautiful collection of Gothic and Renaissance furniture. He also brought in Italian artists to embellish Amboise, like Leonardo da Vinci, whom he appointed to the role of first painter, engineer and architect of the King. He gave him the use of the Clos Lucé manor located near the castle, where the inventor spent the last three years of his life. A little anecdote: the two men used to meet up by taking an underground passage that connected the two buildings. The Clos Lucé manor is open to visitors and contains creations and models by the genius inventor. Not to be missed under any circumstances.
Let's go back to the Château of Amboise to discover rooms richly decorated with wood panelling, columns and carved fireplaces. Examples include the King's Lodge of course, and the Guard Room featuring rib vaults and tapestries from the 16th century. The Council Chamber, perhaps the most beautiful room in the castle, with its pillars decorated with fleur-de-lis. Or the Cupbearer's Room, also decorated with period furniture and 17th-century tapestries. Continue your tour all the way to the ramparts, where the Flamboyant Gothic Chapel of St. Hubert is located, containing the tomb of Leonardo da Vinci. Afterwards, treat yourself to a stroll in the castle's beautiful gardens, where the view of the Loire Valley will enchant amateur photographers.
Between July and August, the night show "In the Court of King Francis" tells the story of the various events that took place during the reign of Charles VIII, Louis XII and Francis I. The programme includes image projections, water and light shows, dances from the period and fireworks.
Monday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:00 PM
Sunday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:00 PM
A wild and peaceful area, the Sologne is covered with game-filled forests and numerous ponds and is therefore popular with hikers, fishermen and hunters. No fewer than 2,800 ponds are scattered over the Sologne countryside! Besides its beautiful landscapes, the Sologne is a wonderful place for walkers, with its beautiful villages, such as that of Chaumont-sur-Tharonne, typical with its brick-built houses. The village of Souvigny-en-Sologne is also worth the trip for its charming church with a timbered porch (caquetoir).
Fine food and patisserie fans should stop off in the little town of Lamotte-Beuvron, the birthplace of the famous upside-down apple tart, Tarte Tatin. Happy tasting!
The town of Romorantin-Lanthenay is also worth a trip for, among others, the Sologne museum.
The Château du Moulin, nicknamed "the pearl of the Sologne", in Lassay-sur-Croisne, the Domaine du Ciran estate in Ménestreau-en-Villette, dedicated to the flora and fauna of the Sologne, and the elegant Château de La Ferté-Saint-Aubin are among the places not to be missed.
Finally, the Maison des Étangs (Pond House) in Saint-Viâtre explains all about pond life in the Sologne, including displays on the history, fauna and flora of the ponds, as well as how they function and are maintained.
Chenonceau Castle in Indre-et-Loire is surely among the most majestic of all the Loire castles. Is it because of its famous gallery overlooking the River Cher, its sumptuous interior or its magnificent gardens? It is most certainly all of these at once. This building is a true masterpiece of the Renaissance, embellished by two iconic women: Catherine de' Medici and Diane de Poitiers. The wife and favourite of King Henry II respectively, they developed, managed and protected the castle. For the record, Henry II gave the castle to his mistress, who was driven out when the queen became regent.
First, an avenue of plane trees leads you to the monument's entrance. On either side of this avenue lie the gardens of Diane de Poitiers and Catherine de' Medici. Both are composed of magnificent French-style flowerbeds. The castle is made up of three parts: there is the two-storey main building, decorated with corner turrets, and the grand gallery, 60 metres long, with 18 windows and five arches spanning the river. Then there is the keep, a vestige of an old fortified castle, today known as the Marques Tower.
As you enter the castle, you cannot fail to admire the tasteful decoration. Renaissance furniture, paintings and 16th-century Flemish tapestries adorn the various rooms. Step into the private quarters of the castle's residents and mistresses by visiting the chambers of Francis I, Diane de Poitiers, Catherine de' Medici and the five queens. Discover the green cabinet, the room where the regent used to work. You will then continue to the Francis I and Louis XIV drawing rooms, followed by the kitchens, which are exceptionally well preserved. In this vaulted room, the copperware sparkles next to a monumental fireplace.
Back outside, take a peaceful stroll in the park for an overview of Chenonceau Castle's architecture. Wander around the flower patch or try to find your way out of the maze of 2,000 yew trees.
Sound and light shows take place on summer nights, entitled "In the time of the Ladies of Chenonceau". The site also offers boat rides on the Cher so you can admire the building from close up, and night walks in the gardens.
Monday: 09:30 AM – 04:30 PM
Tuesday: 09:30 AM – 04:30 PM
Wednesday: 09:30 AM – 04:30 PM
Thursday: 09:30 AM – 04:30 PM
Friday: 09:30 AM – 04:30 PM
Saturday: 09:30 AM – 04:30 PM
Sunday: 09:30 AM – 04:30 PM
Medieval town of the Cher valley, Mennetou-sur-Cher is a town full of character with its old houses, its fortified gates, its ramparts and its flower-filled paved streets. A great place for a stopover in the Cher valley!
City of Art and History, Vendôme is also a health resort with many assets. The feudal castle dominating the old town, the canals of the Loir River lined with beautiful houses and numerous bridges give the town undeniable charm. Ronsard park situated by the river is a quiet, shaded and romantic place with its bridge and its old lavoir (communal laundry washing place). Vendôme also possesses a remarkable religious building, the Trinity abbey: the abbey church and its late Gothic facade, the stalls of the chancel and the isolated Romanesque bell tower are some of the features not to be missed. Saint-Martin square and its old houses, and Change street and its shops are also worth a visit. In summer, boat tours on the Loir River are available.
On the hills above Vendôme, the château estate, which extends over 6 hectares, is great to wander around and offers walkers a beautiful view of the town.
Nestling along the Loire River, the medieval town of Beaugency possesses a rich architectural heritage, including the Château de Dunois dating from the 15th century, the town hall with a Renaissance facade, the former Notre-Dame abbey with its Romanesque abbey church, an 11th-century keep, a clock tower, an old bridge over the Loire River and beautiful old houses.
Make a point of visiting the Hall of Honour (Salle d'Honneur) in the town hall, which contains eight magnificent embroidered wall hangings dating from the 17th and 18th centuries, and the Daniel Vannier museum in the Château de Dunois, dedicated to the arts and popular traditions of the Orléanais area.
The Renaissance and Classical Château de Valençay, the Prince of Talleyrand's former residence, is an architectural jewel in the heart of the Berry region. In the 19th century, Napoleon's minister of foreign affairs, Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand, organised lavish receptions there in honour of foreign high dignitaries.
The château is a remarkably well-preserved listed historic monument. It boasts a superb Renaissance keep, a magnificent Italian arcaded gallery, an elegant Classical-style wing and corner towers with domed roofs. Inside, the sumptuously-furnished rooms such as the Grand Salon, Prince of Talleyrand's Chamber, Blue Salon, Study, Music Salon, King of Spain's Chamber, Duchess of Dino's Chamber, Dining Room, Grand Butlery and kitchens testify to the Château's past splendour.
Surrounding the château are wonderful gardens to stroll around. Featuring a formal garden (Jardins à la Française) with pristine beds, the Damier Fleuri, a patchwork of meadow flowers, the Jardin de la Duchesse with a terrace overlooking the green Nahon valley, a deer park, a children's playground and Napoleon's maze, they will delight both grown-ups and kids.
Daytime and evening shows starring costumed actors and candlelit visits are put on during the summer season.
Montrésor... The very name of this village in Indre-et-Loire, reminiscent of the French for "my treasure", is promising. To start with, it enjoys a scenic location by the Indrois, where the river banks prove to be a very pleasant place for a walk. Then the village itself, where the narrow streets and half-timbered houses give it a unique charm. And what about the castle, built in the Middle Ages and later turned into a magnificent Renaissance edifice? Or the Gothic Collegiate Church of St. John the Baptist, containing several rare paintings from the 16th century? At the centre of the village, the Cardeux Hall with its Mansart roof was a centre for textile work. All of these buildings and the authenticity of Montrésor have earned it the Most Beautiful Villages of France label.
On summer nights, the village offers a sound and light trail, the Solar Nights (Les Nuits Solaires), to discover Montrésor in a new way.
Situated in the heart of Sologne, the Château de La Ferté-Saint-Aubin is open to the public and comprises 15 furnished rooms, large kitchens where you can taste honey madeleines, and stables containing dressage horses.
A great place to wander round, the vast 40-hectare park features the reconstruction of a 1930s train station, an enchanted island for the children and a wildlife park.
Saturday: 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Sunday: 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
The town of Meung-sur-Loire's rich past is revealed through its château (the former residence of the bishops of Orléans), the medieval gateway of Amont, remains of ramparts, old houses and the 11th- and 13th-century Saint-Liphard collegiate church.
There is also pleasant walking along the Mauves, small rivers that cross the town.
The town of Cléry-Saint-André has a magnificent religious building: the Notre-Dame basilica of Flamboyant Gothic style. Inside, the tomb of king Louis XI and his wife can be found.
Monday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
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Lavardin is a charming medieval village not to be missed: Its bridge of Gothic style spanning the Loir River, its bank decorated with weeping willows that is a great place for daydreaming, its Romanesque church containing magnificent old frescoes, its beautiful houses, its troglodyte houses and the ruins of its feudal castle dominating the village. Moreover, this magnificent village appears on the list of the Most Beautiful Villages of France.
The Estate of Ciran in Ménestreau-en-Villette is a 300-hectare park that is home to local Sologne wildlife and features a bird marshland, a deer park, a farm and an aviary. Dedicated footpaths and hides let visitors observe the animals without disturbing them.
Monday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
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Saturday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
We recommend Claire Joannis for her excellent wellness massages (non-therapeutic)
Monday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Tuesday: 03:00 PM – 08:00 PM
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Excellent wines especially white and AOC Oisly at very reasonable prices.
Taste the "gallant flow" This dry white wine is one of the most beautiful expressions of Sauvignons de Loire, fruit of a unique terroir, Sologne Viticultural, and recognized expertise. For curious amateurs looking for rare and intense pleasures.
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:30 PM
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Friday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:30 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 03:50 PM
A very good address that we recommend and where you can also rent conventional or electric bikes!
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The Godet family is a family of winemakers well known and famous in Oisly
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Monday: Open 24 hours a day
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Check-out possible from 08:00 AM to 12:00 AM
We attach great importance to hygiene and cleanliness, and you will find the house in order and in excellent condition of cleanliness at your arrival.
The beds are made with care for your arrival.
You have the choice to pay for the cleaning fee, or do it yourself, but in the latter case, we ask you to return the house in the same state of cleanliness that you found it when entering.
In both cases, with or without cleaning fee, we thank you kindly undo and fold the sheets on the beds on the day of your departure.
Departures are generally between 9 am and 11 am maximum. If you want to leave earlier, let us know, we will organize to give you satisfaction.
On the morning of your departure, send us an SMS, 15 minutes before the time you have chosen; if we do not answer, confirm it with us by phone.
Véronique and Bruno lancesseur are happy to welcome you to L'Epinglerie, their property for more than 20 years. "" Rest assured that we make every effort to make your stay as pleasant as possible ".
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