Palais Briau is a French chateau overlooking the Loire valley. It was built in 1954 by François Briau, a railway engineer who made his fortune under Napoleon III.
The chateau, the cellar, the terraced park and the ruins of a medieval castle have been turned into a museum and are open to the public.
Le Palais Briau also has with 3 prestigious bedrooms and a suite that make it one of the nicest Loire valley chateau hotels.
Enjoy a peaceful stay in this high standing family-owned B&B.
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François Devouge, the current owner, is also a painter. The Palais Briau hosts a permanent exhibition of his paintings.
Quality French restaurants are located not far from the chateau hotel B&B.
Le Palais Briau is a Loire valley chateau built in the 19th century.
It is located in the Pays de la Loire region, close to Anjou and Brittany, between Nantes and Angers (see access information), on the Loire valley wine road and on the way to the seaside.
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