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Loire Valley suggestions

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My FI and I have potentially decided on a rough France honeymoon itinerary thanks to so many helpful suggestions. We have maybe-kinda-sorta settled on the Loire Valley for the end of our France visit for 2-3 nights before moving onward to Belgium. We have seen many beautiful castles to tour, and could easily fill all our LV time with those, but were curious, does anyone have suggestions as to:
a) where to base our stay and
b) things to do outside of castle tours?

We will likely be coming from EITHER Bayeux or Mont St Michel, (after roughly 6 days in Paris) then headed westwards to Belgium. We rent a car based on whether or not it is possible to do this without.

TIA for any suggestions!

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