Travel J'adore

Private Group Tours

Ladies Only Murder Mystery Weekend

October 11 - 13 2019

Join us for a weekend of fun and glamour in this incredible Manoir located in the most fruitful and historic regions of France, the Loire Valley. This beautiful estate sets the scene for our wine tasting circuits on the first day and the garden tours in the Chateau of Chaumont-sur-Loire on our second day. The weekend is topped off by a ‘Whodunit’ murder mystery dinner party. Enjoy 2 nights of fun and laughter with your AWG Paris girlfriends. It’s guaranteed to be a good time.

Min 12 Max 17



Cost: Range between 325€ and 550€ depending on the room you choose. Rooms are are in the Manoir and additional private rooms available in the nearby vinyard chambre d’hôtes and gîtes.

Room descriptions: All private rooms have a private bathroom.

Durand family troglodyte wine cave.

Durand family troglodyte wine cave.

What’s Included: TGV from Paris, and auto transportation in the Loire area, Saturday night dinner party, single room and breakfast, snacks, soft drinks, tea and coffee.

What’s not included: Entrance to the garden tour on Saturday (18€), all lunch time meals, wine tastings, dinner on Friday night.

Tentative Schedule

  • Friday - TGV Paris Gare Montparnasse  - Tours

  • Friday - Lunch and wine tasting at Chateau de CHENONCEAU and along the Loire River in the troglodyte wine caves.

  • Saturday - Chaumont-sur-Loire International Garden Festival “Gardens of Paradise”.

  • Saturday Evening - Murder Mystery Dinner Party.

  •  Sunday - Check out of the Manoir. Time permitting we visit the mushroom caves and then return to Paris.


  • To guarantee your spot, there is a non-refundable 100 euro deposit at sign up, The remainder will be due 30 days prior to the event.

  • There will be some walking so comfortable walking shoes, a water bottle and an umbrella are recommended.

  • Pack very light. We will send out recommendations regarding costumes for the Saturday night Murder Mystery Dinner Party closer to the time.

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