Situated in the borderlands of Brittany, Normandy and Loire Valley, this holiday castle would be a great point for the area exploration. Lying within a short drive from a small town, the castle has an easy access to the eating out facilities and shops. The famous film Impromptu about Frederick Chopin and George Sand was filmed there. Set on a plot of 50 ha, the castle comprises of the main building, an old orangery and a lodge. The main building sleeps 22 people. There are ten bedrooms. Nine of them are double, the tenth one has four sleeping places. There are two bedrooms with double beds and bathrooms with a shower and a bath. The third one has a double bed that can be split into two single beds upon request.