Regions, treasures...

Beauvois Castle Hotel, Saint Martin, and the Prieuré, are all located in beautiful French regions known for their remarkable historical, architectural and cultural heritage. Noble residences, gardens, historic quarters, trails, and countryside...

La Grande Maison Younan Collection is the ideal starting point for discovering the treasures of France.

Tourism near...
  Château de Beauvois
  Hôtel Saint-Martin
  Château le Prieuré
  Château du Petit-Chêne
  Golf du Petit Chêne
  Golf des Forges
Golf des Forges
Golf du Petit Chêne
Poitevin Marsh

                  Poitevin Marsh
Niort Dungeon

                  Niort Dungeon
The Tumulus de Bougon Museum
Non-commissioned Officer Museum
Saint-Maixent Abbey

                  Saint-Maixent Abbey
Chaumont sur Loire Castle
The Royal Castle of Amboise

                  The Royal Castle of Amboise
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Chenonceau Castle

                  Chenonceau Castle
Ussé Castle

                  Ussé Castle
Royal Abbey of Fontevraud

                  Royal Abbey of Fontevraud
Brezé Castle

                  Brezé Castle
Saumur

                  Saumur
The Tours Adrée Golf Course
The Royal Fortress of Chinon

                  The Royal Fortress of Chinon
The Azay-le-Rideau Castle
The Villandry Gardens

                  The Villandry Gardens
The Langeais Castle
Château de Beauvois
Hôtel Saint-Martin
Alexandra Palace
Château Le Prieuré

Château de Beauvois

The mythical route of the Loire Valley castles can be followed through visits and discoveries. By staying at the Beauvois Castle Hotel, you are right at the start of this adventure! But already, very close by, there are some absolute gems available to visit!

  • The Langeais Castle (12 km): this medieval fortress with its drawbridge and parapet walk, was home to the royal couple Anne of Brittany and Charles VII in 1491. A historical founding event since Brittany was hence attached to the Kingdom of France - to be relived thanks to a reconstruction presentation available! A passionate immersion into the history of France.
  • The Villandry Gardens (17 km): at any hour of the day, in all seasons, a live show is performed. Splendid Renaissance gardens are worked on every day by an armada of ten dedicated, passionate gardeners. Flower beds, majestic alleys of lime trees, orchards, bygone vegetables, topiaries... The beauty and tranquility of the places can be discovered and rediscovered, without ever getting tired!
  • The Azay-le-Rideau Castle (30 km): a jewel of the French Renaissance built during the reign of Francis I on an island in the middle of the Indre River. Take a walk in the beautiful English park.
  • The Amboise Clos Lucé Castle (40km)
  • The Royal Fortress of Chinon (50 km): this former medieval fortress was the scene of the meeting between Joan of Arc and the royal successor, the future Charles VII.
  • The Chenonceau Castle (57km) 

The region is also a great place for walks and outdoor activities.

  • The Tours Adrée Golf Course (15 km)
  • Hot air ballooning over the Loire Valley ("Air Touraine Helicopter at 30 km)
  • Cycling on the trails of the "Loire Bike Route"

Hôtel Saint-Martin

Saint-Maixent-l’Ecole is in the center of the Deux-Sèvres County, between Poitiers and Niort. A region to be visited with its nice villages and beautiful natural sites.

  • The Saint-Maixent Abbey dominates the old town with majesty.
  • The Tumulus Bougon Museum is a journey into prehistory!
  • The Niort Dungeon, right in the town center, watches over Niort's destiny since the twelfth century.
  • The Poitevin Marsh is referred to as the "Green Venice". It can be visited aboard boats, on bikes... for moments of relaxation and conviviality.
  • World Children's Festival at he Rife Saint Maixent

Château Le Prieuré

Nestling in the heart of the Loire Valley, the Château du Prieuré is steeped in history, which can be traced back to the 12th century. Venture out into the surrounding areas and pay a visit to the most magnificent castles that have forged the region's reputation. Experience an exceptional journey back in time.

  • Cadre Noir (13 km): discover the city of Saumur and its ultra-famous Cadre Noir, the pride of France's national horse-riding academy. Simply amazing!
  • Château de Saumur (13 km): do not miss out on the opportunity of visiting the city's castle-museum for its architecture, extensive collections of ceramics and its unrestricted view over the Loire River.
  • Saumur Cavalry Museum (13 km): prolong your stay in Saumur by paying a visit to this superb museum for an immersive look at the cavalry's history since 1445. This museum is a must-see after visiting the Cadre Noir!
  • Bioparc - Zoo de Doué-la-Fontaine (22 km): 35 acres of natural spaces offering a reconstitution of 11 animal environments with over 1,000 animals from 123 wild and endangered species. The zoo is a beautiful destination for the entire family and also conveys an important message.
  • Forges cave houses (15 km): visit these cave dwellings, which were transformed into houses and a work site, such as they existed in the 19th century. Step back in time and admire the rock-hewn houses.
  • Musée du Champignon (4 km): this mushroom-dedicated museum is located in the heart of one of France's largest mushroom-producing regions. Check out the mushrooms growing in the underground caves. A sensational visit!
  • Pierre et Lumière (4 km): in a former tufa limestone quarry, feast your eyes on the sculptures of the region's most beautiful sites carved into the very rock. A tribute to the builders of the centuries gone by. Tours + workshops for children and adults alike.

Alexandra Palace

Saint-Maixent-l’Ecole is in the center of the Deux-Sèvres County, between Poitiers and Niort. A region to be visited with its nice villages and beautiful natural sites.

  • The Non-commissioned Officer Museum. This museum is dedicated to the army, which chose the city in 1881 to create a military academy that is presently dedicated to training sub-officers of the French Army.
  • The Niort Dungeon, right in the town center, watches over Niort's destiny since the twelfth century.
  • The Poitevin Marsh is referred to as the "Green Venice". It can be visited aboard boats, on bikes... for moments of relaxation and conviviality.
  • Bach Festival at Easter-time