The House

 

Ideally situated in the heart of the Loire Valley Castle region and  only 4 miles from the famous Beauval Zoo,
come fall in love with this charming 19th-century farmhouse.

It was authentically restored in the 1990s, conserving its original local white Tuffeau stones,
Sologne clay roof tiles and massive oak beams.

American soldiers who were stationed here in Noyers-sur-Cher during World War I (between 1917 and 1919) left their traces in the house by carving graffiti directly into the soft stone during their stay here, a century-old souvenir of their passage.

The house and its outbuildings and wells were still in use just before and after World War II until the 1970s as one of the main farms in Noyers, with mixed crops, including vineyards, and barnyard animals.

Enjoy the large garden and its facilities to relax or to play. Admire the magnificent wisteria, as old as the house,
and particularly the Virginia tulip tree, for which the B & B was named.

A small kitchen is available for guests who wish to prepare meals on the premises.