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We had a four night stay in this chateau. Angelique looked after us very well, including giving recommendations for restaurants in St. Emilion. We had a lovely ensuite room, really enjoyed the breakfasts and had a very relaxing time.
Well what can you say, it's tough when you look out from the garden of the Chateau, in the peace and tranquility of St Emilion all around you. My wife and I stayed here for 2 nights. Similar comments to most on here. The bedrooms...More
We stayed here for 3 nights and visited St Emillion (2 minutes by car) and Bordeaux on the train. Lovely room. Breakfast was OK but considering you are on a Vineyard its hard to get a drink in the evening. Ok for overnight stay but...More
We had two rooms, #2 the Jardin room was excellent with a great rain shower. The restaurant recommendation for our first night turned out to be far the best meal and the best value - thank you. We will be back.
We had the pleasure of staying at Franc Grace-Dieu for 3 nights at the beginning of July.
We were given a warm welcome by Angelic and shown to our room (No2 Le Jardin) which had beautiful views overlooking the surrounding garden and vineyards. The bedroom...More
We had a five course dinner that was superb, prepared by Lucas. The cost was 35 euro pp. The menu was asparagus soup with bacon, French omelet, duck breast with tomato parmigiana, assorted cheese, and strawberry-citrus... More
We had a five course dinner that was superb, prepared by Lucas. The cost was 35 euro pp. The menu was asparagus soup with bacon, French omelet, duck breast with tomato parmigiana, assorted cheese, and strawberry-citrus dessert. Possibly the best meal we had during our French travels this month. I probably forgot some of the particulars, but it was delicious.