The House

A house, two private gites ** with a garden and a terrace

This beautiful residence with an assertive character offers two independent lodgings.

On the ground floor is “the gîte de Margaux”, it is a 2-room apartment of 40m2.
Upstairs, you will find a 90m2 duplex: “le gîte de Romane”.

The two cottages have a private garden with a view of the Royal Castle of François 1er and the Amboise hillside. Each gîte has an independent entrance.

The authentic facade of this house, its ceilings with “French” beams, its vaults and its semi-troglodyte rooms will amaze and delight you.

The house is located in the very center of Amboise in one of the most typical streets of the city. You can leave your car in a free car park located less than 100m throughout your stay.

Enjoy the charms of the city, along the Loire, on foot or by bike. Admire the panoramic view of Amboise by climbing the steps at the foot of our house and leading to the belvedere.

The architecture of the house, due to its year of construction, unfortunately does not allow access for people with reduced mobility.

Le gîte “Margaux”

This lovely apartment is ideal for a couple or a family of 4.

This charming cottage has all the necessary equipment for your comfort.

Le gîte “Romane”

This characterful duplex can accommodate up to 8 people!

Gather with friends or family in a setting where charm and comfort mingle.

Let yourself be charmed by the Coteau d’Amboise

The legend tells …

In 1516, François I and Louise of Savoy invited Leonardo da Vinci to Amboise. King François I, fascinated by Leonardo da Vinci’s talent, called him “the King’s first painter, engineer and architect”.
He offers him the enjoyment of the Château du Clos Lucé located near the Château Royal d’Amboise . Leonardo da Vinci stayed at Château du Clos Lucé for the last three years of his life and works on many projects for the King of France, surrounded by his students.
An underground passage connecting the Château du Clos Lucé and the Royal Château of Amboise allows the two men to meet each other on a daily basis. The first meters of gallery are still visible. The Italian Master passed away on May 2, 1519 in his room at the Château du Clos Lucé.