The building of this boutique hotel dates back to the end of the 19th century, originally the property of Madame Tonnelle, the wife of General Becker, in the 20th century it had almost fallen into oblivion until the serene chateau on the banks of the Loire was turned into this splendid establishment. The upscale hotel skilfully pairs the most classical architecture with the most contemporary shapes and colours. Design art and Black and White art adorn the walls of the hundred-year-old property and its pavilions. Laurence Dreano the internationally renowned artist's works can be found throughout the venue. Guests will also have plenty of opportunities to relax thanks to the modern spa that includes a sauna, a steam room and a massage cabine for those who need little extra something. The lounge and the restaurant are not simply stylish, but also offer great drinks and tasty dishes.