Welcome to Domaine du Petit Bouc, your charming cottage in the Loire
AN IDEAL BASE TO DISCOVER OUR REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS
Tucked into the heart of a vineyard in the Loire Valley, Domaine du Petit Bouc (4 stars rating) offers serenity and calm. It is an ideal base to discover Beauval ZooParc (15 minutes) or the famous Chateaux de la Loire such as Cheverny, Chenonceau, Chaumont (25 min), Chambord, Blois, Villandry (45 min). Domaine du Petit Bouc is located 45 minutes from Tours and 2 hours 20 minutes from Paris.
A CHARMING LODGING FOR IDEPENDENT SPIRITS
Le Domaine du Petit Bouc is a charming house, with a surface of 160m2, completely independent from that of your hosts. It was restored in keeping with regional traditions and furnished with taste, to provide you with both comfort and authenticity.
Le Domaine du Petit Bouc is the ideal place to relax and re-energize in any season, be it for a weekend or a week; with your family (maximum 8 persons) or with your beloved ones ; be it to discover historic sites and sumptuous chateaux or just to enjoy a few days in the country under the sun or snuggled up next to the fireplace.
AN HISTORIC SETTING
In 1631, a congregation of Benedictine monks from Sainte Maure moved to Pontlevoy. They rebuilt the abbey and constructed a chapel, as well as a school that eventually became Louis XVI's royal military academy. To finance these ventures, the monks farmed much land in the region. One of these farms, Le Petit Bouc, situated at Thésée la Romaine, got its name from the goats that the monks raised there. All their estates, including le Bouc, were seized by the State during the French Révolution and thereafter sold by the authorities.
It is only at the beginning of the 1990's that the present owners bought the house,being smitten with the charm of the area. If the name Le Bouc remains unchanged, the land around the house was henceforth planted with the Gamay and Sauvignon grapes that the region is famous for. The house and outbuildings (including Le Petit Bouc), which had been abandoned in 1950, were carefully restored by your hosts Guy and Popsy.