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Abbaye de la Bussiere
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Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

We visited as part of our road trip and loved this hotel, the food was excellent, as was the welcome, the room was amazing with a bath that was like a hot tub !! The room was quite dark however and the lighting could be improved to counter act that, the staff and owners were friendly and approachable, may mention this hotel and its surroundings in my new book !!

Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
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Clive C, Owner at Abbaye de la Bussiere, responded to this reviewResponded 11 August 2017

Dear Cambridge Trees,

Thank you. So glad that you enjoyed your stay. If we do get a mention would love to know the title etc so I can plug it !!!!

Looking forward to your return,

With kind regards,

Clive and all the team.

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Reviewed 31 July 2017

My husband and I spend one night in this extraordinarily gorgeous abbey in burgondy, place is amazing. Rooms are nice but our double bed was most uncomfortable, mattress sinking in places, the whole bed was moving when one of us was turning around...we told the reception the next morning and they said that this bed was up to renovation in the winter. The last in the serie?
We had dinner in the gourmet restaurant and did not think it was that great. If we were to go stay there again, I would go to the bistrot. Service of the drinks in the parc (very nice sofas and views) was under standard. We had to go ask for drinks. When people left, the remains were still on the table forever, same in the indoors salons. When we came back from our dinner, some tables were still full of glasses and not cleaned.
So, except for the beauty of the buildings and surroundings (the whole Ouche valley is marvellous) I would not recommend this place which by the way is quite expensive.
Also note that there is no elevator in the buildings, the butler brings your luggage upstairs but you have to go up to your room by yourself.

Room Tip: Ask one with a comfortable bed according to most recent standards
  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
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Clive C, Owner at Abbaye de la Bussiere, responded to this reviewResponded 11 August 2017

Dear Cannasson,

We are a work in progress. With both building work, a lift is on the plan, and refurbishment. This winter my wife and mother undertake more refurbishment.
I have a team of 32 professional catering staff. I offer no excuses, we have no problems except that we are in the middle of a very busy summer season. If you experienced slow service in the garden then I apologise. We do have a sign on the lawn that reads that if we have not seen you then please ask at reception.

We are a family owned and run business that has its quirks. We are very proud members of Relais & Chateaux and have held a Michelin star for 10 years. Our Chef is a Meilleur Ouvriers de France which is a very prestigious award, he has also been named as the one to watch for the future from the Gault Millau guide. Food is an individual taste.

Thank you for your views, I have shared these with my team to ensure they all know what our guests are thinking and their expectations.

From the tranquility of our garden in the middle of the valley Ouche I will sign off. If you do return then please let me know so I can say hi in person.

With kind regards,

Clive

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Reviewed 12 July 2017

Just returned from an overnight stay. What a beautiful place. The restored Abbaye is beautiful and the grounds (park) are amazing. Very dog friendly and great room in the Abbaye. Great AC and the bathroom with a great Jacuzzi was a hit. Loved the color change. Awesome bed, we slept like little kids. Dinner outside in the bistro by the fountain lake was so romantic. So friendly and nice service. We could even make changes to the menu without a fuss. Loved the hand caught catfish, such a fresh and well tasting dish. (Did see the pond where they swam around). Checkout was easy and fast with a great smile from the young lady. Will we return? Hell yah. Fabulous

  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
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Reviewed 8 July 2017

After spending three nights at the Abbaye de la Bussier, travelling as a family of five with three kids, we left with some mixed feelings. The setting of the former abbey established back in 1130 is absolutely fabulous - beautiful historical buildings, a nice park with a pond and live animals, nicely decorated rooms. We enjoyed all of it very much indeed.

However, it was quite inconvenient to sleep in the rooms, as the nights were quite hot, but there was no air conditioning and the blankets were very thick and hot, as were also the woolen curtains. Further, we encountered some inconveniences with our room, which was a Duplex Suite. It was sold to us as a suite ideal for a family of five. It has two rooms - a lounge with a couple of sofas on the ground floor and a bedroom on the first floor. However, the suite had only one bathroom (next to the bedroom on the first floor), which was on top of everything absolutely open (no doors). Now imagine the operation of taking an evening shower for a family of five, including two teenagers of different gender... That was really inconvenient. We realized that as soon as we arrive, but, unfortunately, there were no available rooms in the hotel (we would rather have taken two different rooms in this case).

Another minus of the hotel is a very basic breakfast, especially given the fact that it is not included in the room price, but charged separately - 25 EUR for an adult and 15 EUR for a child.

The hotel has a one-star Michelin restaurant. We had a dinner there with a Signature menu. it was quite creative and delicious, but to my taste the dishes were a bit too strong (especially the sauces). I am not sure, but the style of the restaurant's food seemed to be closer to London, than to Paris. Whether it has anything to do with the British origin of the hotel's owners, I am not sure...

So overall, we liked our stay at the Abbaye de la Brussier. It is an excellent location to explore Burgundy. With some improvements, it could have been even better...

Stayed: July 2017
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Reviewed 7 July 2017 via mobile

We stayed here two nights as part of a Burgundy tour. As mentioned by other reviewers, the building and grounds are lovely. But there is no real hospitality. The hotel serves no food during the day and there is no room service, which are problems considering the isolated location. When we requested any type of food or drink (as there is no minibar/coffee in the room), the staff said the kitchen was closed and refused to provide food. And aside from walking/bicycling the grounds, there are no amenities - no pool, spa, etc. Just board games and a dated DVD collection.

Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
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