This top floor room claims the private northwest corner of the Chateau, with afternoon sunshine spilling in through the west-facing arched casement windows. Elevated views sweep over the charming village of Le Grand-Lucé to the idyllic Loire Valley countryside beyond. Decidedly elegant, the cream-hued walls and original oak flooring highlight the beauty of the room’s remarkable angles and architecture. Pierre Frey’s Au Bord Du Lac panoramic covers an entry wall resembling the distant view of the Chateau from the south end of the property. The king-size bed is generously draped by a canopy of creamy silk damask from the Fadini Borghi archival collection, with the pattern hailing from the Regency period. The light-filled bathroom is exquisite with a marble-clad shower, clawfoot tub set under a garden window, and loads of Maison Caulières bath and beauty products.