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Very Nice place to visit with friends to dinner or taste to vines. There is happy hours day every thursday to taste many of vines for very low prices and also you can get for dinner. The staff is very good and smiley.
This hotel looked very promising on arrival however we had a poor experience in the Bistro. Our waiter who I think was the manager was very abrupt. The set menu was very restricted and the wine on offer extremely limited not of good quality. The...More
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Response from Lisa T, Propriétaire at Chateau de l'HosteResponded 26 August 2017
We have two restaurant in our hotel.
The main restaurant offering a semi-gastronomical cuisine à la carte and the Bistrot with a daily set menu "table d'hôte" for the price of 18€ (starter and main course) You have been explained the two concepts upon arrival,...More
First visit to this local restaurant and most definately not the last. The location is peaceful and comfortable, the food is divine. From the amuse bouche to the dessert... the presentation and the savour of every mouthful was an absolute delight!
Beautiful chateau near to the pretty towns of Penne d'Agenais, Tournon d'Agenais and Roquecor Various excellent markets nearby and the Medieval Festival at Monflanquin only half an hour away so we found it very well situated.
Our superior room was pretty and had a safe,...More
This was our second visit to the Chateau de l'Hoste. This time we had booked a special arrangement with 2 x dinner, visit of the Foie Gras Museum, wine tasting in the wine bar and cooking workshop with the Chef of the Restaurant included. Dinner...More
We have a semi gastronomical cuisine and use only fresh products whenever possible from local producers. We have a regional speciality menu at 35E (3 courses) and a Menu "Château " at 39E (this menu changes every day) and of... More
We have a semi gastronomical cuisine and use only fresh products whenever possible from local producers. We have a regional speciality menu at 35E (3 courses) and a Menu "Château " at 39E (this menu changes every day) and of course our "carte" to choose from...
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"Our comments are restricted to our dining experience only, as we did not stay in the Hotel."