Take advantage of our large accommodation capacity of 240 beds distributed within the hotel and the cottages.
Our hotel has 51 rooms with a breathtaking view of our park.
Each room is equipped with a private bathroom with shower and television and free Wi-Fi. Twelve of our rooms are accessible to people with reduced mobility.
Our tufa stone cottages will be perfect for a stay in the heart of Anjou.
A living area and a terrace will allow you to enjoy our unique setting. Our cottages are equipped with a bathroom with shower and toilet, a fridge and free Wi-Fi.
*Our cottages do not have a kitchenette.
Sample sightseeing tours
From 10 am to 5 pm: visit to Terra Botanica, the first European park dedicated to the world of plants. This park will reveal the secrets of six centuries of plant history.
12:30 pm : Lunch at La Table du Roi René. You will enjoy an outdoor terrace at the edge of a body of water covered with water lilies and lotuses.
6 pm: Arrival at Les Jardins de l’Anjou and collection of the keys to your accommodation.
7:30 pm: Dinner served in our restaurant L’Harmonie. Overnight stay at Les Jardins de l’Anjou.
From 7 am: Buffet breakfast service.
Morning: Discovery of the Cité des Métiers in Saint Laurent de la Plaine, devoted to the various jobs in rural areas that existed in the 19th and 20th centuries. 35 professions are presented and illustrated by collectables.
12 pm: Lunch in our restaurant L’Harmonie.
Afternoon: Visit to the Moulin de l’Epinay and presentation of the work of the miller in this building built in 1822. You will discover all the secrets of the miller there, as well as the mechanism on 5 levels, the gears, millstones… During your visit, the mill will be in operation. On the way back, you will stop at Saint Florent le Vieil, a small town full of character for a visit to the abbey church and a magnificent panorama over the Loire.
7 pm: dinner served in our restaurant, L’Harmonie. Overnight stay at Les Jardins de l’Anjou.
From 7 am. Buffet breakfast service.
From 9 pm to 5 pm: visit to the city of Angers and its castle. Built on a promontory of a schist, this fabulous monument built in the 13th century still stands out thanks to its 17 towers and contains the famous tapestry of the Apocalypse, the largest known mediaeval tapestry (104 metres long!), woven between the 14th and 15th century.
12 pm: Picnic lunch
5 pm. Departure of participants.
Restaurant and caterer
The restaurant L’Harmonie, located in the heart of Les Jardins de l’Anjou estate and its 8-hectare wooded park, welcomes you every day in a 280-seat bright room open to nature. In summer, you can also enjoy its 2 large terraces.
Our chef and his team put all their expertise at your service and make exceptional dishes embellished with gourmet and festive services.
For your group stays, enjoy a “full board” or “half board” formula so you don’t have to worry about your meals! You can also ask us for some picnics to take away during your day trips.
Activities, visits, discovery
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Discover the castles of the Loire, classified as World Heritage by UNESCO: the castle of Angers, known for its tapestry of the Apocalypse (unique in the world), the castle of Serrant, of Plessis-Bourré, of Saumur, Brissac-Quincé, etc. Finally, visit villages of character such as Champtoceaux, Saint-Florent-le-Vieil or Le Thoureil.
Between Loire and vineyards
As our hotel resort is located near the hillsides of the Loire, several walking and cycling routes are available along the river, such as the famous Loire cycling route.
Located in the heart of Anjou, a recognised wine region, many walks in the heart of the vineyards are available to you. You will have the opportunity to visit cellars and taste wine from our region (Savennières, Anjou white, Anjou red, Crémant de Loire, Coteaux du Layon, etc).
Find our stay offers combining accommodation and hiking.
Find our selection of activities that are sure to please!
- Puy du Fou: 1 hour from Les Jardins de l’Anjou, this amusement park will amaze young and old alike with its shows retracing the history of the Vendée.
- Terra Botanica: 1st European Park dedicated to the world of plants.
- Visit to the city of Angers and the city of Nantes.
- Cruise aboard the Ligériade: discover the history of the Loire on a traditional boat.
- Maulévrier oriental park: the largest Japanese garden in Europe, with its many varieties of plants.
- The Blue Mine: go down to 126 metres below ground in the shoes of a miner from the beginning of the 20th century!
- Animal parks: La Flèche, Doué la Fontaine and Beauval zoos.