Chateau des Sept Tours, Courcelles-en-Touraine ****

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AT A GLANCE

  • Boutique and beautiful hotel with it's own golf course

ABOUT THE HOTEL

Chateau des Sept Tours may well be the prettiest golf-hotel in France.

Dating back to the 15th-Century the Château Golf des Sept Tours was originally owned by the family who still owns nearby Chateau la Valliere. The original manor was called Château du Vivier which was transformed by successive families in the 19th-century to become a beautiful residence with medieval, Gothic and Renaissance influences. Past owners also include Sir Thomas Holland and the Count de Brissac.

To enter the hotel, you push the heavy studded door and the scene is set: You will feel carried into another time.

The chateau is small and gorgeous with huge open fireplaces in the public rooms and small winding staircases leading up to the bedrooms.

The adjacent building where the clubhouse is located is called the L'Orangerie. Originally the stables; stone horse’s heads are a reminder of the original function of the building. L’Orangerie also hosts the Brasserie serving tasty and lighter fare than the gourmet restaurant in the main chateau. Also in the main chateau, the altar has been transformed to be “Le 7 Bar”, the perfect place to start and end your evening.

Chateau des Sept Tours is charming more than luxurious, French more than modern and above all a tranquil place to relax, eat well, play golf and enjoy the sights. There are only 22 bedrooms, all in the chateau and with minibar and Nespresso coffee machine and individually decorated. The Tradition bedrooms are small at 15m2 and in the attic or towers, the Superior are about 20m2 and the Deluxe are a generous 30m2 with a couple being in the turrets.

The on-site golf course meanders through ancient woodland and features a little water, quite small greens and well-placed bunkers. The fairways are narrow and the course is not overlong, so it’s all about strategy. Other nearby courses include the excellent Touraine, the modern Ardree and the very pretty Bauge Bontigne: are all under 40 minutes’ drive and the Sable Solesmes is well worth the hour’s drive.

For a week away as a couple or exclusive use for a group of friends, Chateau des Sept Tours offers the most French of French Golf Holidays.

FACILITIES

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  • Two restaurants
  • Parking
  • WiFi 
  • Golf Course

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