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Stayed for one night room only but ended up having dinner there due to the remote location. The food was good but expensive, so we skipped breakfast as we didn't want to be ripped off any further. The setting was lovely; we stayed in the...More
Overall Domaine De Villeray was a lovely stay with welcoming staff, fantastic food and picturesque surroundings. We stayed for 4 nights in a superior room and loved the quiet environment. We were looking for somewhere where we could completely relax and do nothing for a...More
Hi. My wife and I have just spent three nights at this wonderful hotel. We stayed in a Deluxe suite in the castle(chateau) which was delightful. Our suite was spacious with beautifull decor and a lovely bathroom. The four-poster was very comfortable. The castle is...More
Spent a weekend at the Domaine de Villeray to celebrate my daughters diploma. Since I live near Paris the Hotel is ideal as its only a 2 hour trip from Paris. Its also ideal for visitors from the UK as its a good stop off...More
We had never been to this part of France and this regional park is certainly worth a visit. The hotel is in a fantastic and unique setting with the combination of the mill and the wonderful and impressive Chateau. We definitely recommend a stay there.....More
US$137 - US$318 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The hotel is relatively remote so the only real way in my opinion is by car. As far as the best route from England it really depends where in England you're situated. If you're over towards the East then I'd say the... More
The hotel is relatively remote so the only real way in my opinion is by car. As far as the best route from England it really depends where in England you're situated. If you're over towards the East then I'd say the channel tunnel, the more towards central / west I would suggest a ferry from the likes of Portsmouth or Newhaven to one of a few Northern French ferry ports.
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"Deluxe suite- around £1500 for 2 for 3 nights all in( including food and wine)"