This ancient priory in 1107 was founded by Hughes 1st, Lord of Amboise, it has today been restored to its former glory reveling for you its chamber in all their finery. You will appreciate the serenity of this renaissance residence, where a subtle harmony of refinement, hospitality, elegance, comfort and authenticity reign. Each room of the Manor recalls the history of Amboise: the fireplaces, the sweeping staircase, the tower made from carved stone, the ceilings with painted beams, and the woodwork.
All these elements coalesce to conjure up centuries past, contrive to seduce your sensibilities and provide a relaxing atmosphere for your stay in Le Manoir Saint Thomas. The shaded floral footpaths of the park lead you to the swimming pool, so you may decide to take a relaxing stroll as readily as opt to go for a swim.
The house has many old fireplaces in wood, stone and marble. In the old priory all the windows have stained glass and there are winged dragons on the gables. The 15th century turret is in the North-East corner of the Manor and on the ceiling of the drawing room you can see the signature of one of the painter of 1887 – “RIPAULT”.