4-Bedroom Country House in Romantic Wine Village

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Le Puy Notre Dame is 25 minutes south of Saumur, 3.5 hours SW of Paris, east of Angers and west of Tours.

 

The village is surrounded by vineyards, connected with hiking trails, and close to picturesque Loire chateau and villages.

The village is surrounded by vineyards, connected with hiking trails, and close to picturesque Loire chateaux and villages.

Visit the Loire and stay in our spacious old manor house located in the charming village of Le Puy Notre Dame.  The property was an old winery, and in historic times, a priory. This is a perfect setting for two persons, or  4 couples.   Open beams, fireplaces, turrets, and classic windows.  Relax and dine in our courtyards and gardens. Our home is private and quiet, completely surrounded by old stone walls.

The village is close to Saumur, Angers, Tours, Chinon and many Loire chateaux, the Abbey Fontervraud, restaurants, and wineries. Le Puy Notre Dame is an authentic French village.  A restaurant, bakery, tabac, bar, and pharmacy are a short walk in the village.  You can easily take quiet walks in the adjacent vineyards and surrounding countryside.

This is a classic stone building with more than 250+ square meters of finished living space. The chateau has a warm and historic ambiance with high ceilings and attractive functionality.  The living room, kitchen and dining room are each about 30 square meters, as well as two of the four bedrooms. Three of the five bath/shower rooms are ensuite.

Le Puy Notre Dame is formally classified as one of France’s “Villages de Charme” and a “Cité de Caractère”. The village has been a center of viticulture for over a thousand years. Over 90 kilometers of caves and tunnels exist under the village, many of which are still used today for wine storage. Portions of the old wall that formerly surrounded the village still remain. The church was on the medieval Road to Santiago de Compostela, and a destination by pilgrims for a relic of the Virgin Mary, which still resides in the church.  Pilgrims are said to have staid in the property.

Map of the village

The Petite Chateau is located on the southeast edge of the village away from the main traffic route through the north side of the village.

The Petite Chateau is on the southeast edge of the village near vineyards and hiking trails.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Map Legend:

A: Coquille saint-jacques carvings (inviting pilgrims  to stay in historic times)

B: 17th century entry

C: 18th century home

D:  15th century entry

E:  14th century home

F: 15th century entry and ramparts

G:  Manor, ancient convent of Cordelier, 16th century

H: Entry to the village located in the ancient wall that once surrounded the village.

I:  Coquille saint-jacques on 17th century home.