La Barboire Campagne is coiled in a vast forest domain, a harmonious combination of forest, wild groves and small fields of aromatic and medicinal plants.

Welcome to
the garden of La Barboire…

A red bricks terrace decorated with deckchairs on the pool side, and chairs and sunshades on the solarium side, adjoins the swimming-pool and the great solarium.

The boules pitch (lit at night) gives a little touch of Tropezian summer to this part of Sologne.

The realisation of the landscaped garden surrounding the buildings has been entrusted to Nicolas Orgelet, a landscape gardner from Blois, winner of the 2017 International Garden Festival of Chaumont-sur-Loire.

The flowered garden surrounding the buildings is in constant change over seasons: it is the favourite spot for bees, butterflies, ladybirds and small birds…

The shadow garden, more intimate, favours calm and reading as well as lovers’ breakfast.

Un Jardin Paysage
La Barboire de nuit
La Barboire de nuit
Le terrain de pétanque
Le bassin
The charm of a garden in constant change…
La Terrasse du Spa

Laziness à la Barboire ...

At the back of the buildings, a green area is dedicated to immersing yourself in the nature and observing the animals of La Barboire.

So, it seems like the solarium creates a water mirror where dragonflies, frogs and birds play hide and seek. The large lawn overlooks the orchard, at the bottom of which a hut dedicated to reading promises a revitalising isolation nearby the raspberry bushes.

The call of the nap will be satisfied with the Fatboy hammocks or, more unusual, with the Cacoon.

The animals of La Barboire – horses, Ouessant sheeps, miniature goats and hens of all kinds – will call you to bed a crust of bread or a carrot you will give them through the fence.

If you are lucky, you may meet a bold pheasant, a flock of partridges, a rabbit or a shy deer.