The manor Bois Noblet in the small village of Tuffalun was built in the 15th and 16th centuries. The tufa stone walls and slate roof are witnesses of the typical Anjou architecture. The seigneurial residence has been renovated with care and by the rule book.
In a green and quiet setting, François and Dominique rent two big rooms with big chimneys, a suite and a small pavilion. It’s a quiet place close to a forest massif and only a few kilometres away from the Loire. The perfect base camp to discover the hillsides of Layon and the Saumur area, castles, troglodytic sites, vineyards, …
The manor has been labialised “Fondation du patrimoine” (heritage foundation) and “Bienvenue au château” (welcome to the castle). It is built in the middle of preserved nature, inviting to enjoy the quietness and to relax.
The Milly forest just around the corner is the perfect place for nice walks, mountain biking and horse riding along marked trails. Keep in mind: there is also an interprative nature trail with fun equipment inviting you to learn all about the harmony between nature and human activities in this forest.
François and Dominique are Park ambassadors and regularly train to enlarge their knowledge of heritage preservation.
Table d'hôte : 50€
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