Open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
Enjoy a Great 6 or 7 Day Tour to the Spectacular Châteaux of the Loire Valley. If it's French splendour, style and gastronomy you seek, the Loire Valley will exceed your expectations, no matter how great. The Loire Valley is a stunning area of France where castles, moats, turrets, bridges, towers and rivers seem as though they have jumped right out of the pages of some of the world's most famous fairytales.
• Return P&O Ferry Crossing from Dover to Calais or Portsmouth to Caen or St Malo (other crossings available on request)
• 4 Nights at the Le Relais des Landes, Ouchamps
• Admission to Château Chennonceau
• Buffet breakfast and a welcome dinner on the 1st night
• Detailed Road Book featuring Maps, Great Drives & Local Attractions
• Commemorative Tour Rally Plate
• Complimentary Car Parking at all Hotels
We've just got back from the Classic Ford Dutch Tour. I must say, an excellent hotel, superb location and can't fault the food. The boat trip was an added bonus, most entertaining and gave us all a break from driving (for those who went on it) and the itinerary contained many interesting places to visit. We all agreed it was a fantastic weekend and the essence of the Classic Ford tour after all these years is that it has become a fantastic reunion for some whilst still attracting new people. Best regards Jono
The Loire Valley offers the most diverse range of attractions in France if not anywhere in Europe. From its glorious châteaux and cathedrals, towns and villages to charm and interest you, sumptuous gardens and natural parks for even the keenest gardeners and nature lovers.
From £529.00 Per Person
& £99.00* Per Dog
7 Days, 6 Nights from £599.00
Return Ferry Crossing
2 Nights at the Mercure, Honfleur
4 nights at Hotel Le Relais des Landes
Admission to Chateau Chennonceau
The spectacular Chateau Chennonceau
Attractions in the Loire Valley
Take an amazing journey through the verdant gardens
of Loire Valley and enter the mysterious dreamland of artists and authors where gardens have been the keepers of secrets and witnesses to love affairs throughout the ages. The significant tradition of gardens in Loire Valley was established during the Renaissance. With the peace that began when weapons were finally set aside, the fortresses evolved into vast estates where gardens became a new living area, genuine outdoor living rooms.