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A mess. Room small and musty. Furnishings of poorest quality Carpet in room filthy. Bed uncomfortable and old, lumpy, worn pillows beyond words. Rugs in bathroom not fresh for our use. Owner/prince seems content to turn a blind eye to comfort of guests and sad...More
Response from PaulClermont, Propriétaire at Chateau de la MadeleineResponded 1 week ago
Monsieur. Quel mensonges. Vous n’avez tout simplement pas régler la note. Pourtant à votre arrivée, vous compariez votre suite à...More
We spent one night in the Chateau traveling from Paris to Normandy. There were two couples. We were given rooms next to each other. Both were very spacious and comfortable with outdoor patios. The owners were very hospitable and we enjoyed learning about their beautiful...More
A Grand Old Lady is Chateau de Madeleine - set in park like grounds over looking the Seine and Hills surroundingVernon. An idyllic position, yet right next door to Vernon, Giverny (Monet's Garden/Museum) and La Roche- Guyon
So much history here in this beautiful chateau...More
The owners love their home, clearly and passionately. There will always be much work that remains on grounds this vast. The immensity and challenges for 2 people running/owning it is awesome.
The original architecture is indeed stunning and easily appreciated, as is the location of...More
We always dream of buying an old home and restoring it. We did this many years ago on an island in Greece so have an idea of the path these renovations can take. This allowed us to appreciate the work that Paul and Marie have...More
Response from VANESSA983 | Reviewed this property |
You need to drive to town for dining, around 5-10 minutes driving. You may ask Paul to recommend some good restaurant. Yes, they have room with double bed. The place is quiet and historic, but don't expect a luxurious stay... More
You need to drive to town for dining, around 5-10 minutes driving. You may ask Paul to recommend some good restaurant. Yes, they have room with double bed. The place is quiet and historic, but don't expect a luxurious stay. Part of the chateau was undergoing renovation during our stay. Anyway, the host (Paul) is a very nice person, ask him anything and he would be very happy to share all he knows about the place and surroundings.