A château on the banks of the Loire had fallen into oblivion. A jewel dating back to the end of the 19th century, the property of Madame Tonnelle, the wife of General Becker. This serene residence found a new vocation in the 20th century with its conversion into a retirement home. That was until its most recent transformation into an upscale Touraine hotel skilfully pairing the most classical architecture with the most contemporary shapes and colours. Design art and Black & White art adorn the walls of the hundred-year-old Chateau and its pavilions. A lounge bar and reception rooms likewise convey the feeling of pomp and an authentically period lifestyle.