We had no hesitation staying in the George Sand Hotel after my navigator had checked out the room and declared that it met her stringent standards for a place to rest one's head. The building was once a post house where the writer George Sands stopped to change horses on her journey to Paris. The entry and internal stair well of stone are testament to its age.
The street in front was very narrow but we found a parking spot a couple of doors south of the hotel to the left in the public parking area.
The room met our requirements for comfort, quietness, temperature control ('twas cool in April) and serviceability of bathroom fittings.
We had breakfast in the lounge/dining area down stairs and enjoyed that - there is a view of the River Indre. We had hoped to dine in the restaurant attached to the hotel but, wouldn't you know it - Lundi : ferme!. Closed on Monday - like most of rural France. Ah, well - next time.
Unique Quality: I was pleasantly surprised by the friendly staff in reception. They even allowed me to use their office computer to check my mail at home. They were more than helpful in finding us a place to dine in the main street of town which, like the rest of the highlights of Loches, was within walking distance.
The bill was €83 for two : bed&breakfast.
Directions: East side of town between the hill and the River Indre
approx 47º07'39.12"N, 00º59"59.28"E
12, rue des Lezards, , Loches
12, Rue des LÃ?zards, , Loches
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