The Cottages: Each can sleep 7. Each has 3 bedrooms (master bedroom with superking size bed, 1 double/triple/twin and 1 double/twin), shower room, large living/dining room, kitchen and wood burning stove.
The Stables: Can sleep 10. 5 double/twin bedrooms (two with superking beds, 1 twin with bunks, 2 twin beds), 2 shower rooms, large kitchen/dining/living room, private garden.
All cottages have their own garden area. Cots, linen and towels are provided.
Until 1990 Razay was a substantial working farm, consisting of a farmhouse, extensive barns and outbuildings. The farm supported the adjacent Château de Razay with all its needs. In recent years the farm workers cottages have been modernized and the stables converted, offering 3 self-catering holiday homes; 2 cottages each sleeping 6/7 people and The Stables sleeping 10. The large gardens include a fenced, heated swimming pool of 5m by 10m and children’s play equipment. Razay itself has a small lake (with excellent carp fishing for exclusive use of guests), some woodland, and fields, extending to a total of about 15 acres.
|Address: Ferme de Razay, 37460 Céré-la-Ronde, France|
|Zip/Postal Code: 37460|
|Latitude/Longitude: 47.249907 / 1.165110000000027|
|Nearest airport||Tours||40 km|
|Nearest bar / pub||Cafe Cere||2 km|
|Nearest beach||Montrichard||10 km|
|Nearest boulangerie||Cere||2 km|
|Nearest ferry port||Le Havre||300 km|
|Nearest market||Loches||10 km|
|Nearest restaurant||Auberge de Chateau||2 km|
|Nearest river||Le Cher||10 km|
|Nearest supermarket||Montrichard||10 km|
|Nearest train station||Montrichard||10 km|
The Loire valley is renowned for its historic Chateaux, one of the most famous being Chenonceau which is a mere 12 kms away. The medieval Chateau de Montpoupon is even closer about, a 15 minute walk away, with its museum of hunting and ancient kitchens.
Loches, Amboise (wonderful Sunday market) and Blois are all within an easy car drive. Probably the best zoo in France, at St Aignan, is an easy 15 minute drive away. There are some excellent golf courses within an hours drive.
Other activities available in the local area include horse riding, tennis, jet-skiing, paintballing and canoeing. The area abounds with vineyards and wine producers many of whom offer tastings and sell direct to the public. The local area produces some excellent cabernet and gamay red wines whilst the town of Montrichard is well known for its production of red and sparkling white wines. The world reknowned Appelation Controlé of Vouvray is within a 40 minute drive. Montrichard offers “beach” facilities on the River Cher with a children’s playground, public tennis courts and boating. Montrichard and most other local towns have indoor and outdoor swimming pools and at least one and often two market days. The countryside is gently rolling making it very interesting for touring especially, in our opinion, by bicycle where the quiet roads and villages can be explored and as you would expect you will find a wide variety of cafes and restaurants.
|-||Nightly rate||Weekly rate||Monthly rate||Min. Stay||Change-over|
|Rate summary||£80 - £140||£550 - £880||-||4 Nights||-|
|06-Jul-2019 - 28-Sep-2019 Le Rougegorge/La Bergeronnette||£140||-||£880||-||14 Nights||Sat - Sat|