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at Chateau de Vollore

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... to our dietary requirements for breakfast. Highly recommended. Very comfortable room and bed. Pool and views were superb.
... Both evenings we were directed to nearby restaurants for lovely dinners in small, family-operated establishments. No pool.
... - good breakfast - no possibilities for a lunch or dinner - has a swimming pool and tennis court - located in a small village
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richardwl2018 wrote a review Aug. 2018
Milan, Italy1 contribution
Very attentive but not intrusive host, who made us feel very welcome and paid particular attention to our dietary requirements for breakfast. Highly recommended. Very comfortable room and bed. Pool and views were superb.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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NAR wrote a review Jun. 2018
New York84 contributions47 helpful votes
The Chateau is an impressive building built high over a beautiful valley of farms, vineyards and rolling hills. Originally a fortress whose donjon still exists today, was built in the 12th century and transformed in the 17th to its present appearance. Approaching it we were somewhat overwhelmed by the prospect of living inside for 2 nights. There are only 5 rooms. We chose the "Chambre Bleue,' the former apartment of Marie-Louise, Comtesse de Pusy La Fayette, which is on the first floor. it's an enormous suite with a bathroom that was larger than some of the hotel rooms we stayed at in other stops on our trip. The entire building is filled with antiques, paintings, family pictures, etc., ergo, being inside is almost a regal experience. The family of the Marquis de La Fayette, famous for his contributions to the American Revolution, owns the building and our host is a descendant. He was extremely friendly and gracious, and contrary to what we read in another review, the breakfast was lovely, albeit not the mass-produced buffet of a Hilton. There's no restaurant, but we spent a whole day just walking around the little village, including its charming cemetery, and had a lovely lunch in the village inn--we ordered 'lunch,' and we ate what they served! it was lovely. Both evenings we were directed to nearby restaurants for lovely dinners in small, family-operated establishments. No pool.
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Date of stay: April 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: All 5 rooms are extraordinary.
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jormaanterohalonen wrote a review May 2018
21 contributions10 helpful votes
- a nice one night stop over in the old castle
- a lot of history inside
- good views
- friendly staff
- good breakfast
- no possibilities for a lunch or dinner
- has a swimming pool and tennis court
- located in a small village
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Date of stay: May 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Anthony-Algarve wrote a review May 2018
Lagoa, Portugal105 contributions32 helpful votes
After three nights in Lyon, we booked a one night stop over at this chateau on our way to Clermont-Ferrand and Biarritz.
Very comfortable rooms, beautiful furniture and paintings.
However the visit was spoilt by the miserable and sparse breakfast, consisting of only croissants and coffee. No cereals or cold meats or anything cooked etc. Certainly not value for money after paying €290 for one night
Also the outside pool was not available.
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Date of stay: May 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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KITheTraveller wrote a review Aug. 2017
Dubai, United Arab Emirates18 contributions6 helpful votes
An unforgettable experience, we really enjoyed the stay at this historic place with a magnificent view of the Auvergne landscape.
Rooms were lovely and comfortable in the Gothic tower side. The family who owns the chateau lives in the second tower.
Breakfast was super and served at the lively and atmospheric dining room.
The salon with Lafayette memorabilia and the billiards hall were charming.
The swimming pool was a highlight, but the best was the excellent service by the family's son Francois Xavier Hubert Lafayette whose attention and care was really appreciated by everyone.
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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