We stayed in the beautiful spacious blue room inside the house which has a good sized ensuite also. Such a quaint little village. The hostess was lovely and welcomed us with a glass of bubbley. Our dinner was at the only open restaurant (across the road from Cote sud) which was fantastic! They spoke no english and we spoke no french, but we all laughed as we played charades to figure out what we were having for dinner ("quack quack" means duck!). This was a very memorable and lovely dinner. The bed was comfortable and the village slow and quiet. Hardly anyone on the streets, but we did see the old man bicycle to the church on the hill to ring the chuch bell on the o'clock. Felt like we had the village to ourselves. Then there was the breakfast! This was a magnificent feast, hands down, the best breakfast we had our entire trip in France (and anywhere else for that fact). The freshest ingredients and such a variety. We wished we could have taken this B&B all over France with us. We only stayed one night, but it might be a good and affordable base to visit the Loire valley. We didn't have any time to expore the surrounding coutryside on our tight schedule.
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- In the hearth of the typical troglodytic village of Trôo, 4 charming rooms fulled equipped with private bathroom and wc welcome you in a serenity atmosphere. Copious french breakfast served in the familial dining room. Several visits in and around the village. ... more less
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