About the Family room (1st floor)
- 1 Large room of 280 sq. ft with 1 queen-size bed (63 x 79 in)
- 1 Room of 180 sq. ft with 2 single beds (35 x 79 in). Room available if at least 3 people
- 1 Private bathroom with shower and toilet
- Tea / Coffee
- 1 extra single bed (35 x 79 in) - 1 baby bed
The shower room and WC are shared by both rooms
2024 : Best Price Guarantee
|Price / night|
|Family suite Sammy||Off-season||*Peak season|
|1 person (queen size bed)||85€||94€|
|2 persons (queen size bed)||92€||101€|
|3 persons (queen size bed Sammy + single bed Annex)||124€||137€|
|4 persons (queen size bed Sammy + 2 single beds Annex)||156€||173€|
|5 persons (queen size bed Sammy + 2 single beds Annex + 1 extra bed)||180€||199€|
*Peak season : School vacation in France (except February), from Ascension WE to Pentecost WE
The Tourist tax of 0,66€ per person per night is not included in the above price.
Availability & Booking
The prices indicated include breakfast, bed linen and towels.
Prices are based on 2 people sharing a double bed. For guests wishing to have separate beds, a supplement of €10 per stay will be charged for the provision of an extra bed.
Free for babies sleeping In a folding cot.
Upon reservation, we require a 30% deposit to hold your room, then the remainder may be paid at your departure.
On the day of departure, rooms must be vacated by 10:30 am. After this time, 10€ will be charged for each additional hour started.
You may pay:
- by French bank cheque, addressed to Claire Convers
- in cash (on site)
- by French Vacation Cheques (ANCV)
- by bank transfer
- by PayPal
- by credit card (only for the deposit with online booking on this website). Credit card not accepted on site
A bit of history
During the First World War, nearly half a million American soldiers were temporarily transited to Noyers-sur-Cher for training before heading to the Front farther east. These soldiers were given nicknames, such as "Doughboy,” “Yank,” “Sammy” or “Teddy.”
Sammy refers to Uncle Sam, the emblematic character who personified the U.S.A. as a nation during WWII.
The Sammy Room is thus named for the American soldiers and for the engravings that some of them carved into the Tuffeau stone of this former barn.
This room has kept all its original charm thanks to its stone walls and its hand-hewn exposed beams reaching a central height of 13 feet.