Next to the château, this is a surprising country restaurant serving up sophisticated versions of French classics. You may dine in the bright and welcoming dining room or a large enclosed terrace with individual tables shaded with umbrellas. The chef highlights local specialties in dishes like pork belly rillons with chestnuts and chanterelle mushrooms, bass poached in sparkling Vouvray wine, and saddle of rabbit stuffed with goat cheese and thyme. On a hot day, finish off with the frozen soufflé with Cointreau.  The inn also rents 45 recently renovated rooms, decorated with modern appeal and furnishings. A double is 74€; the hotel also has several family rooms renting for 87€ to 176€.