Relish the unique experience of staying in a luxurious room carved into a cliff face at Domaine des Hautes Roches on the banks of the Loire River.
The 18th-century manor house has 14 rooms, 12 of which are set into the rock. The caves once belonged to the Marmoutier Abbey and initially served as monastic cells. They have since been renovated and individually designed and decorated, carefully combining superior material and the natural rock. Bright colours and patterns complement the rough surfaces of the walls. The emphasis is not only on innovation, but also on comfort and a tranquil atmosphere.
Michelin-starred chef Didier Edon creates traditional yet bold dishes inspired by the freshest seafood, in the hotel’s intimate restaurant.
Stroll through the terraced garden and enjoy the views out over the Loire, or head out onto the water for a spot of sailing or canoeing. Wine enthusiasts will want to make the most of the surrounding vineyards and taste some of the wines from the region.