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Loire Valley from Paris- Staying in Castles

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Hi all

I am looking at staying in the Loire Valley for two nights, coming from Paris with my husband and 8 month old son, we really want to make this our 'luxurious 2 night stay' and are looking at staying at one of the following castles: Chateaux de Marcay or the Chateaux to Pray (other recommendations are appreciated, we just don't want to spend more than $800/2 nights).

Coming in from Paris, what is the best option to stay at those locations? Take a train to Tours and rent a car from there? Or is there a better station?

This is last minute as we found some pretty good prices and want to book ASAP.

The main chateaus within the region that we want to see are:Chenonceau, Chambord, Azat-Le-Rideau

Your recommendations are so greatly appreciated. Again, the two days in the Loire Valley are pretty flexible.

Thanks again,

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