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Had a great meal here met some loverly guests that were staying the night. Food was brilliant. Very nice gentleman looking after us. Loads to look at and talk about. Massive open fire which was perfect for a cold winters evening. Highly recommended if you...More
Guy, who is the proprietor, is a wonderful man. The building is 400 years old and was owned by Louis 14th who gave it to one of his mistresses. As soon as you enter, you walk into a bygone age, steeped in history and antiquities....More
A step back in time,met a entrance with a cold reception from owner through a bombed out garden.room was okay but bathroom was poor,dreadful yellow stains on bath and dirty heater leads.light switches were dangerous in room,bed was fallen in and felt very uncared for.beautiful...More
This is more or less a chateau although reasonably priced. I would love to know more of the history. The reception,dining rooms and bedrooms were all large and furnished with grand and gloomy furniture and the dining rooms were particularly fascinating.
Dinner was fine (not...More
The hotel is beautifully old fashioned. Our room was nice and spacious. The bathroom needs a renovation. All in all worth the price and much more charme than ibis hotels. I had the menue violet for dinner. And spent almost the complete night on the...More