2 Rooms & 3 Suites

Distance to Orleans:
44 Kms.

17-18th Century Chateau

Free Private Parking

Disabled Access

Non Smoking Hotel

Pets Allowed

 

Chateau de Colliers

 
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Chateau de Colliers
Muides-sur-Loire (Colliers)
41500 Mer - Val de Loire - 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 knight was a secret agent for Louis XV and had the castle built so that he could live clandestinely with his mistress, Miss de Chauloy. The side facing the the Loire River was done in an Italian style, while the south side facing the courtyard honors the style of Mansart.
The second owner of this alluring and romantic residence was the Marquis de Vaudreuil, the last French governor of the Louisiana territory before France sold it to the U.S. The marquis died without having an heir, so the castle was acquired by the de Gelis family in 1783 and has been in the family ever since. In 1810 the de Gelis family was named to membership in French nobility by Charles X.
Legend has it that a young woman named Eléonore, one of the mistresses of François 1, once lived on the estate. Heartbroken one night after the king failed to show up for an expected rendezvous, she threw herself into the Loire River. Eléonore returns every so often to see if the king is back.
Come experience the Loire Valley and discover the tranquil beauty of the French country side. Enjoy unbeatable views of the Loire from your room or open a bottle of wine on the terrace and dream, taking in breathtaking sunsets while listening to the soft murmur of water flowing over the rocks in the river.
The quiet pastoral beauty of this special place attracts a large variety of migratory birds making it possible to observe them throughout the year.
The location of the Chateau de Colliers makes it the ideal starting point for visiting the big castles: Chambord, Chenonceaux, Cheverny, Blois, ...
Breakfast is served in a room that is classified as historically significant and is registered. The room has frescos on all four walls and the ceiling.

 

Getting There

 
Train: Blois (17 Kms.)
   
Airport: Tours-St. Symphorien Airport (70 Kms.)
   
By car:
From Paris:
Get on the Autoroute in the direction of Bordeaux, and get off at exit 16 (Mer). Then, follow the sign to “Chambord” until you reach the village of Muids. From there continue on road D-951 in the direction of Blois. The entrance to the chateau is 300 Mts. after leaving the village.
 
 

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Family Suite Arcades-Boisée:
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.
Both room can be reserved separately.
· Warmth and comfort of the painted woodworks of the XVIIIth century
· Big Suite of 55m ² with alcove
· Four beds, among which are a double and three singles
· 2 bath rooms, one with toilet, a big bathtub, wash basin and shower, and the other with toilet and wash basin
· Access for people with reduced mobility

 

Boisée

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Arcades

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King Louis XV Suite:
In this junior suite of green curtains and stylistic furniture, comfortably seated in your private living room, you will spend contemplative time reading or admiring the view of the Loire.
A queen size bed and a wall seat provide adequate sleep space in this airy, spacious room flooded with light from the Loire.
· A big bed doubles (queen size) and a wall seat reads in the Movable living room of style.
· A Lot of light.
· Seen on the Loire river.

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Béla Suite:
With two bright and spacious rooms, this suite is ideal for parties containing children or friends.
Natural light pours in through the windows facing the Loire, giving the space a cheery, peaceful tone.
The view overlooking the terrace and the Loire will inspire you to take a walk along the river.
· Sleeping arrangements are flexible with two large double beds, one of which separates into two twin beds when needed.
. View on the Loire river.

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Empire Room Terrace:
Do not miss the Empire room terrace, where one can dream, get a tan, work on that novel, or just kick back and relax.
With a unique view of the Loire and a richly decorated room in soft colors, you will find a tranquil environment where anything is possible.
· Terrace with unique view on the Loire.
· Decoration of characters, in a room in soft colors.
· No extra bed possible

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Mansard Room:
In this large room you will experience happiness when you see the sun come up through the two hundred year old linden trees that line the path outside your window.
· Queen size bed underneath a richly embroidered canopy.
· An optional second bed is available when needed.

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Each guest room is elegantly furnished and has a private bathroom. Some rooms have a terrace.
Free Wi-Fi is available in the entire chateau.
 
- Extra bed in every room: 28 € per night
- Extra bed in King Louis XV Suite: 30 € per night
- Pet allowed: 15 € per night