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Beautiful chateau, pretty village, nothing too much trouble for the hosts.Yes, rather creaky floors, but with a building of this age is to be expected. Lovely garden, and interesting history. Lovely dining room - do pre book for evening meal.
Completely preserved 12th century chateau, situated in calmness of a middle age village, surrounded by vineyards and mountains. Here, you get the real thing, with dim light of candles, fire place, small windows, wooden floors and fresh mountain air.
Most kind hosts made our stay...More
Had expected our 2 night stay to be more enjoyable than it ended up being. The Chateau itself is an interesting enough building. Monsieur was welcoming and helpful, but we got the feeling (like another reviewer) that Madame didn't really want visitors in what is...More
Staying two nights in this beautifully restored and decorated castle in the quaint little French village was a real delight. Philip and Isabelle were wonderful hosts and were extremely helpful in advising us the best villages and other sights in the surrounding region to visit....More
This is a recently restored small castle in a tiny village Le Cros. It's a wonderful place to stay with excellent hosts, Phillipe and Isabelle. The decor is exceptionally well done. We stayed in a charming apartment - apparently an old sheepherder's home - right...More
US$155 - US$157 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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