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Hotel-Restaurant La Goule Beneze
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Reviewed 24 July 2016

Slightly off the beaten track, but ideal to break the journey if you're heading south. My teenage son did feel he was staying with his French teacher as there was great encouragement to parlez Francais including corrections of pronunciation but that rather added to our enjoyment!

3 bed room had plenty of space. Meal in restaurant was delicious.

  • Stayed: July 2016, travelled with family
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Thank Vulpix170
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Reviewed 17 January 2016

I booked for eight of us for a Sunday lunch. We had choice of three menus and were happy to go with any but in fact we all selected the cheapest three course option based purely on the appeal of the dishes offered. The owner showed great patience and good humour in taking our order and answering many questions.My fish main course was moist and delicious and my husband pronounced his pork to be tender and very tasty. Everyone was similarly pleased with the whole meal. It's not only the food that is a delight here but also the welcome, and general ambiance. With wines and coffees our bill came to just under 180€ for eight. Looking forward to our next visit.

Stayed: January 2016, travelled with friends
Thank Stevie1232104
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Reviewed 30 October 2015

What a charming hotel this is! With a warm friendly ambiance we felt very welcome and at home which is rare to find. The room was spotlessly clean, very comfortable and had everything that we needed. We had a super dinner in the restaurant, which was packed and has a very good reputation with the locals. Would recommend this to anyone looking to stay in the area. Would certainly stay again!!!

  • Stayed: October 2015, travelled with family
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Reviewed 24 September 2015

66 Euros for the room. No 3 on first floor looking over rear patio and parking. Smart modern ensuite. Very comfortable. Dinner in restaurant worth trip on its own. Family run and very friendly. The owners met whilst working for Brittany Ferries and have some 10 years experience in building up the hotel and its reputation. The town has some historic interest and hotel a matter of minutes off the A10. So many boxes ticked. Fully recommend.

  • Stayed: September 2015, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 5 April 2015

We had a lovely lunch here on Easter Sunday having chosen the restaurant from it's good reviews on Trip Advisor.

We were not disappointed, with our aperitif of Pineau we had an amuse bouche of turkey mousse with a finger of toast. It was delicious. Our meal was chosen from the €26 menu.

For starters we both chose the Tartare of hake fillet with smoked salmon, perfumed with lime & olive oil, seasoned green salad. This was also delicious but a little over salted for our taste.

Main course we both chose differently, my husband went for the pan cooked bream fillet with a coconut and red curry sauce (the sauce was very mild), potatoes and vegetables. He thoroughly enjoyed his meal and said it was one of the best he had eaten in France.
I had the pork fillet wrapped in smoked streaky bacon and a rosemary sauce. The meat was quite cool but the sauce and vegetables were very hot. I also found the sauce very salty. I do like salt on things but this was really too much.

For dessert we both went for the Cafe Gourmand - this came with a cup of espresso coffee and consisted of three desserts, one chocolate muffin, an orange cream mousse and a creme brulee with Grand Marnier.

The whole meal was delicious except for the saltiness but we decided some chefs like to add rather more than we would!!

  • Stayed: April 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank gallopinggoose
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