Six Senses Loire Valley Resort to be Developed in the ‘Garden Of France’

Just over a 90-minute drive south of Paris is the breathtaking Loire Valley, the heart of the region sits the village of Saint-Laurent-Nouan will be home to Six Senses Loire Valley.

Six Senses Loire Valley Resort to be Developed in the ‘Garden Of France’

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Just over a 90-minute drive south of Paris is the breathtaking Loire Valley, the heart of the region sits the village of Saint-Laurent-Nouan will be home to Six Senses Loire Valley.

Developed to embrace the environmental and community values that are core to Six Senses, the resort sits within the Les Bordes Estate, a 1,400-acre (560-hectare) site in the Sologne forest, home to Les Bordes Golf Club, one of the most prestigious golf clubs in the world. The development will incorporate equestrian and tennis centres, an organic farm, an art gallery, a petting farm, a natural swimming lake with beach, water sports, biking and walking trails and an abundance of additional activities for children and adults alike. Whilst the golf club’s two 18-hole courses will remain fully private, hotel guests will have access to the new Gil Hanse-designed par three course and a new state-of-the-art golf practice facility.

Guests arriving at Six Senses Loire Valley will be welcomed at a beautifully preserved château, which also hosts an elegant restaurant and bar, event facilities including function lawns plus a garden with earth sculpture and water feature designed to enhance personal meditation and reconnection. Many of the activities will also be centered around the 13th and 15th century priory buildings adjacent to a stunning lake complex.

Six Senses Spa will be an integral part of the resort and in addition to the menu of signature specialties, this is also the setting for a medicinal garden where plants and herbs will be grown for inclusion in locally-inspired treatments and Alchemy Bar workshops. Adjoining this will be the main organic kitchen garden and Earth Lab, the centre for guests to learn about the resort’s conservation initiatives. 

The central château will feature an all-day restaurant and lounge bar that reflect the traditions of the region in taste and style. There will be a specialty restaurant offering cuisine that reflects the Eat With Six Senses principles, enabling guests to reconnect with food in the knowledge that it is good for them and for the world around them. Six Senses experience team can also arrange visits to some of the most beautiful places in the region including towns steeped in tradition and architectural heritage, castles and vineyards.  Six Senses Loire Valley is expected to open in May 2022.


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