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Eric Triboulet
9, Chemin De La Basse Vallerie
Pocé Sur Cisse



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Located just a short distance from Amboise, in a tranquil village, the Maison de Triboulet offers two spacious bedrooms on the upper floor. The Nutrisco room features a cozy sitting area, a convenient office space, a luxurious shower with a rainfall showerhead, separate toilets, and stylish decor. The Extinguo room offers an office space, tasteful decoration, independent toilets, and a bathroom with a shower. Both rooms are air-conditioned and furnished with high-quality bedding, and towels and bathrobes are provided.

Start your day with a delicious homemade breakfast consisting of brioche, pastries, jams, cold cuts, cheeses, and fresh fruits. After exploring the nearby Loire châteaux such as Amboise, Chenonceau, Chambord, Le Clos Lucé, and Château Gaillard, as well as the Touraine aquarium and the mini castles park, unwind in the beautifully landscaped garden filled with trees and flowers. If you're up for a slightly longer trip, the Beauval zoo is just 40 kilometers away.

In the evening, our table d'hôtes awaits you with a reservation. Our talented chef, Eric, will prepare regional or seasonal specialties using high-quality, locally sourced ingredients.


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extra bed
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  • Château de Chenonceau: Situated in Chenonceaux, around 10 kilometers from Pocé Sur Cisse, this iconic castle is renowned for its unique design, as it spans across the Cher River. With its beautiful gardens and impressive interiors, it is one of the most visited castles in France.
  • Château Royal d'Amboise: Found in Amboise, about 10 kilometers away, this royal castle offers panoramic views of the Loire Valley. It was a favorite residence of many French kings, including Charles VIII and François I, and it houses the tomb of Leonardo da Vinci.
  • Clos Lucé: Located adjacent to the Château Royal d'Amboise, Clos Lucé was the final residence of Leonardo da Vinci. It is now a museum dedicated to the life and works of the renowned artist and inventor.
  • Parc des Mini-Châteaux: Situated in Amboise, this park showcases miniature replicas of famous Loire Valley castles. It offers a unique opportunity to explore the region's architectural heritage in a fun and interactive way.
  • Domaine de Chaumont-sur-Loire: Found in Chaumont-sur-Loire, around 20 kilometers away, this estate features a stunning castle and beautiful gardens. It hosts an internationally renowned contemporary art festival each year and offers breathtaking views of the Loire River.
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