This place is in a small village near Montrichaud and easy access to Loire Valley sites. We had a rental car; I think it would have been difficult to explore the area without it. The cottage is part of a row of home. It is old and charming, but quite rustic. There was an overwhelming musty smell throughout the two story place, though it kind of contributed to the ambience. The kitchen is well enough equipped for light cooking, though sadly, there was no way to make coffee. There is a Boulangerie half a block away with great baguettes, pastries and coffee, but we would have liked to make our own coffee. The bed upstairs was comfortable, but the frame of the day bed, where our son was to sleep, was falling apart, so we had to put the mattress on the floor. There was a "backyard" but it was overgrown, so no garden to hang out in. That was okay for us because we were out touring during the two days we were there.
It would have been nice if there had been some...