The Manor of Beauregard
Beauregard is ideally located facing and dominating
the Loire, hugging the limestone slope which protects it from the western winds.
Built in the middle of the XVth century by a local lord, the house was enlarged at the beginning of the XVIIth century and again in 1908 by its owner who transformed it into a holiday home and gave it the aspects of a manor.
Superb oaks overhanging the manor and the garden terrace in front of the river invites rest and contemplation.
Fanny and François will accomodate you on their premises with great pleasure and will share with you the richness of the area.
So where is Cunault, that lovely village where it is so good to stay?
Coming from Paris, take the A11 motorway in the direction of Nantes. Just before Angers, take the direction of Saumur/Tours (A85). After a few kilometers, Cunault is already announced on large a billboard! Arriving in Saumur, take the direction of Gennes, on the D751. After St Hilaire-St Florent, Chênehute and Trèves, continue westwards. Just before entering Cunault, you'll find the Manor Beauregard at your left hand side.