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We didn't believe the reviews, but we do now. The food was 1970's microwaved and thrown on a plate. The service was amazingly slow and the coffee was warm. The raspberry sorbet was good though. I will not eat here again.
We found this hotel to be traditional, friendly, economical and the staff helpful. It seemed very family friendly with a table of drawing stuff for kids in the dining room. We were able to have continental breakfasts and evening meals if desired-we stayed across the...More
Living inside the family. Hotel is stuck in the seventees. Terrible beds. Don't speak english at all. Food is not good. Breakfast very simple and not 8 euro worth. Servie is amateuristic. I would not recommend this hotel! The location is good but only for...More
This hotel is in a quaint little village, it's quite quiet, but very French, so if you want to experience a traditional French holiday, it's perfect.
The family of the hotel are extremely friendly, and although cannot speak much English, we managed to communicate just...More
We stayed in the annex rooms which were a little small but clean. Towels were not great so I would recommend taking your own. Breakfast is not good and very limiting as it was just a croissant, bread and cereal for 8.50euros a day not...More
US$81 - US$169 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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