Le Chateau des Sept Tours
Loire Valley, France
A striking 15th Century renovated chateau offering 46 superbly decorated rooms. The hotel has relaxing leisure facilities with an outdoor pool, archery, hiking and the option to dine in three restaurants.
The excellent parkland course runs through the grounds of the chateau and has a reputation for high quality greens. The 16th is a real corker with a 165 yard carry over water to a well protected green.
Set in 78 hectares, this striking 15th Century château has been beautifully restored and whilst staying true to its historical origins, it now offers luxury accommodation in traditional surroundings. Some of the 46 superbly decorated rooms are actually in the towers of the château.
Restaurant & Bars
Dining options include the gastronomic Le Vivier des Landes, the Le Notaboo Restaurants and the Clubhouse Bistro.
Courcelles de Touraine (15 minutes from Tours)
On Site Activities
Archery, hiking, horse-riding, sailing and tours of local wine cellars are amongst the other nearby activities that the non-golfer (and even golfer) can take in. If you're looking for a charming chateau and a great resort for a golf break, this is the perfect venue.
Le Chateau Course
Viewed as one of the best golf courses in the region, this 18-hole championship golf course is a demanding 6616 metre 18-hole course, offering an exciting challenge for ambitious golfers. The bunkers, greens, and flag positions give a true taste of the game at a championship course. It rewards the precision and length of stroke of the best players. There are many spectacular water hazards. In 2017, Le Château was ranked 14th by Golf World Magazine UK’s Best Courses in Continental Europe.
Book your break at Le Chateau des Sept Tours
Irresistibly charming, this is traditional French luxury. There are some very attractive packages available most of the year including three nights for the price of two. It’s perfect for couples.