We booked to stay in the annex room as they are all ground floor. After checking in they proceeded to lead us up the staircase and I advised we had booked the annex. They hadn’t prepared the room but was quickly turned around whilst we enjoyed a drink on the terrace. The room was perfectly adequate for one night. We ate in their restaurant in the evening, the food was delicious but felt a little rushed, we were the only people in the restaurant, maybe the chef wanted to go home? The food and drinks were not cheap here, we paid more for the two course meal than for the room. We were travelling to southern Spain and would stay here again as a stopover.
We stayed here with a baby for my sister's wedding. We had a wonderful time! The beds were comfortable and the rooms were well kept. The towels were brand new and crisp white. Nice setting and nice weather. Food was amazing! For weddings, I'd recommend to rent sound equipment as for speeches there was no mic to hear it until end of room and no 'ambiance' music. Nevertheless had a great time!
We stayed here during the Moto GP at Le Mans and were very glad that we did so. This is a lovely little chateau which is an easy 30 minutes ride away from the circuit and feels lovely and calm after the bustle of Le Mans. We stayed in a double room independance which is basically part of a chalet block in the woods a five minute walk away from the Chateau itself. The room is basic but spacious enough for two people and the shower room is very smart. The one thing that lets it down is the fact the room itself has no window, just the glass door so it's quite dark in the room. The door has a roller shutter for privacy but the room lights really aren't bright enough to read by as they are eco friendly bulbs that just don't cut it. This may not sound like much BUT if you don't speak French you can't watch the TV so you'll want to read. I dhould add that the bed was very comfortable and the sheets were of a high standard.
We ate in the restaurant twice in the evening and ate there for breakfast every morning and the food was of a pretty good standard considering the few staff they have here.The GloucestershireBonny review is of no consequence here as this was obviously written when the previous owners had this establishment.
I would recommend this place if you want a nice quiet place to stay that isn't overpriced and I would suggest that you contact the hotel directly a it will be cheaper than using a web based site.
One last point to mention.....There's red squirrels in the woods, so cute!
Really have mixed feelings about this hotel. We arrived expecting great things, but.....Arrived at 4:30pm to find reception closed. On line site states you can check in from 4! Luckily I was told by a kind guest that I had to call a number to tell staff we'd arrived. I tried and my French is minimal so struggled to explain that we were waiting to check in. Eventually a member of staff arrived and we checked in. Our accommodation was NOT in the main house but in, what can only be described as a large temporary building split into basic guest rooms. I found the room quite dark and gloomy, basic and dated. It was a warm evening and there was no air con so very warm and uncomfortable. However, on a more positive note we ate in the restaurant and the food was great, although slightly expensive, €35 for two courses and we paid €25 for a bottle of white wine. Now the real positive thing, I could have stayed here for weeks. The main house and grounds were fantastic, after dinner we sat outside and relaxed, you couldn't wish for a better setting. As I said at the start, this was a difficult one to leave feedback on. I ask myself would I stay here again, yes I would!
We stayed in a 4-bedroom, one hall and kitchen kind of thing, which was awesome since we were a big group. The property (grounds surrounding) is large and beautiful. There were even horses!
But, the downside was that there was only one toilet and bathroom. Which was very inconvenient considering that we were a total of 16 members in the group. And, the kitchen is pretty rudimentary. There are no shelves, and the cutlery is stacked in large plastic cartons (reminds you of boys scouts and camping). No wifi except at the reception.
On the plus side though, it's a very calm and beautiful place. Ideal for large groups or meandering around. The building is new and very basic (no pictures of actual living quarters are provided on the website), but functional. I believe they have an indoor swimming pool, which was closed, since it's the beginning of March .