Le Clos Chavigny - 3 rue de la Rouillère, 37500 Lerné
Téléphone : 02 47 93 94 72 - Mobile : 06 83 10 46 64
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This large suite of 51 square metres is certainly the most luxurious one at Le Clos Chavigny. The furniture and the masterpieces it contains fill it with charm and a timeless quality. Everything contributes to leave you with a memory of your stay tinged with nostalgia, luxury and peace.
On a wall of the room a frisco represents Louis XIV in Apollon. It's the recent copy of the original of a XVII th painting coming from the Chateau of Richelieu. We are the very happy owners of the original which is visible at Chavigny.
One Queen size bed. Bathroom, double wash basin, bath with shower facility, bath linen, hair dryer, hand made soaps…
Eleanor of Acquitaine inherited the Duchy of Aquitaine in 1130 and married the dauphin of France, thr future king Louis VII in 1137. She was crowned Queen of France the same year.
After the annulment of her marriage to Louis VII in 1152, she married Henri Plantagenet some weeks later. He was the future King Henri II of England, thus bringing the land of Aquitaine to the Crown of England.
Following the discovery of a plot against himself, Henri II jailed her in the Chinon fortress and in several English castles. She was released in 1189 and retired to nearby Fontevraud Abbey where she died at 82 years old. She was buried in this abbey alongside her husband Henri II and her son Richard I, "Richard the Lionheart /Coeur de Lion”.