See why so many travellers make La Petite Aiguebonne their bed and breakfast of choice when visiting Allex. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a luxury setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
La Petite Aiguebonne offers guests an array of room amenities including a kitchenette, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The bed and breakfast offers picnic area, a sun terrace, and outdoor furniture, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool and free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
Close to La Gare des Ramières (2.5 km), a popular Allex landmark, La Petite Aiguebonne is a great destination for tourists.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Le Pantagruel, one of the cafes that can be found in Allex, which is a short distance from La Petite Aiguebonne.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at La Petite Aiguebonne as you experience all of the things Allex has to offer.
Very beautiful rooms and a building in a quiet and remote location. We stayed at room called Zanzibar and it was very stylish in African way. Big room with terrace and bathroom. Good bed and shiny bed sheets, goid quiet sleep. You can heat the room if needed. Small TV and good strong wifi. Coffee, tea facilities in the room. Big outdoor pool and nice garden. Breakfast was typical french with croissant and bread and cheese; also some fruits and yoghurt, apple juice and big coffee. The owners are nice and friendly, good location for a quiet rest. May be 30 minute drive from Valence. There could be some sign on the street, hard to find in darkness. Follow the road a bit up the way and you find it on the right.
We stayed at La Petite Aigebonne in June 2017. Our room named Pondicherry was very spacious and well appointed with a terrace which led to magnificent ground and the swimming pool which was 15 meters away. Breakfast was plentiful and the owner was very attentive and helpful. An extremely good location S A Leigh 1936 London
My wife and I arrived here for the final three days of our holiday in Southeast France. On the plus side, it is set in a beautiful location, in gorgeous countryside, tranquil and restful. The room we were allocated was spacious, extremely clean and well furnished and decorated. On the negative side, the owners were unwilling or unable to communicate in English, so no advice on where to visit, eat out or spend time. The breakfast was basic, some beautiful bread, but very little by way of cheese, and no ham, egg, pain au choc or pastries. We had NO internet access during the three days, despite it being advertised as with high speed wifi. I organised for boarding passes for our flight home to be emailed from home directly to the hotel, and asked could they be printed off, the hotel could not do this for me! Being remotely located, it's a shame that the only meal available was the breakfast. There was no Bath in the bedroom, only a shower, with not enough toiletries. I do want to finish however with appreciation to the owners, our stay was not expensive, and we did leave with a feeling of being well rested and refreshed. G…
We were looking for a quite chambres d'hôtes in the Drôme region for the long ascension weekend. Finally we've chosen this one (randomly in the web) and it is really the best we ever experienced so far. Honestly, it's not a bargain but it's worth every euro to spend time there. Book always directly by email or phone to safe money. The host couple is very friendly. Breakfast is typical french style with different cheeses, different jam's, baguettes, croissants. The buildings are very roomy with stylish but also provencale style interior. It's exactly how do you imagine a provencale style stone house must look like. Personally, we liked most the total quiteness of the location itself and in the room, it's really pure recovering, especially for those who are bit sensitive on noises. There was a couple with two boys in the only 4-bed room upper floor left (see pic above) but frankly speaking, we do not believe there are many families there since the tarif scheme is quite high. Beside there were only couples like us there who apparently also enjoyed the quiteness. It's generally very clean and comfortable. We had the room "toscane" 1st floor main building with 30m2 terrace, endless view and huge round lounge sofa to hang around. If we go there again, we will book the same room for a week although the lady told us there won't be a discount for a full week.…
A very clean and comfortable place to stay, we had a large room which opened onto the terrace by the pool. I would have preferred proper curtains over the door to the terrace to give more privacy, closing the shutter during the day was not so clever. Nice large comfortable bed. The bathroom was large with a walk in shower. I was disappointed that I was expected to pay €2 to make coffee with the machine in the room and also pay €2 to use the kitchen, other places I have stayed have had these services free. Breakfast was very good with fresh bread, coissants and tea or coffee.Helpful and friendly hosts. Other revues for La Petite Aiguebonne have said it is in a tranquil setting, I have to say I disagree with this. The setting is great, but not tranquil. In fact it is quite noisy. It is surrounded by working farm land, hence we were woken up one morning at 6am by a farmer harvesting his crop. No evening meals, but close to Crest (10mins drive) which has several restaurants.…