In the charming wine-growing and troglodyte village of Souzay-Champigny, this guest house is a medieval house on the banks of the Loire, ideally located in the heart of a very touristic region, 10 minutes from the city of Saumur, its shops , its colleges and high schools, and its station serving Tours, Angers and Paris in particular, less than 15 minutes from the A 85 motorway, It has survived the centuries without major alteration. In 2015, it underwent a thorough restoration, which nevertheless managed to preserve the patina of the place, favoring "heritage" quality materials, healthy and natural. The right-angled house combining several constructions from the 15th to the 19th century, has 223 m2 of living space (Carrez Law) on three main levels. It is located on the hillside around a courtyard garden and a large external staircase leading to the old Renaissance kitchen and its monumental fireplace, a family suite with two bedrooms, a large living room and four bedrooms. An attic apartment has a large, bright living room and two bedrooms. It is extended by a convertible attic of 55 m2. Each of these accommodations has an independent exterior entrance. The house has a total of eight bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The courtyard with southern cachet gives access to a stable and a beautiful set of semi-troglodyte cellars formerly housing several wine presses, with a medieval well still filled with water, including during periods of summer drought. One of the assets of the place is the unobstructed view of an arm of the Loire and the island of Souzay, a natural reserve classified Natura 2000, vis-à-vis protected and unbuildable, place of walk and reservoir of rich biodiversity.