Closerie Falaiseau

Closerie Falaiseau was built in 1584 by the Falaiseau family. A “closerie” is a small enclosure including a house and often a vineyard. The house has two floors with a turret on one side that used to lead to the upstairs floor. There are three entrances on the ground floor, leading into each of the rooms, as the house was built in stages. In the upstairs living room, there is a majestic fireplace with the family’s coat of arms and two double bedrooms.

House from front gate

House from front gate

View from house towards front gate

View from house towards front gate

Garden seen from the right of the house

Garden seen from the right of the house

Corner tower with hollyhocks and trumpet creeper

Corner tower with hollyhocks and trumpet creeper

Residential area. Quiet neighbourhood

Halfway along Rue Basse des Grouets

Halfway along Rue Basse des Grouets

The Loire at Blois. Noon. by American impressionist John Modesitt, our first guest

The Loire at Blois. Noon. by American impressionist John Modesitt, our first guest

Located 5 km from the centre of Blois and 26 km from Chambord. Scenic drive along the Loire to go to Blois Centre, Amboise and other châteaux.

As there is no local transport, a vehicle is necessary. We can help you with rental information.

The Loire River and Blois state forest are in close proximity.

GPS N 47.546155 E 1.2820101

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