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All reviewstroutwine listjean marcrabbitprince of waleslocal produceopposite the churchcentury buildinglovely villagerural francesuperb foodless than an hournext morningan overnight stayshort breaktruitetarte aux pommes
Fantastic food was not all that charmed us at this auberge.The proprietor is the most unassuming charming man. We needed an extra room, having already filled all the rooms he had in the auberge he quickly offered us a room in his gite. The food...More
We stayed here last Saturday night with friends before leaving for the Tunnel about 40 minuets drive away the following day, It was recommended by friends and it did not disappoint,
A beautiful old 18th century building (very similar to an old English coaching house...More
Returning from the south and having one stay on the way at one of Sawday's Chateaux, it was nice to have our final night in France at Inxent. The room was small but wall appointed as was the shower room but all was spotlessly clean....More
Our second visit to this Auberge, but this time to stay as well as eat. We knew the strength of the restaurant, so the good food came as no surprise, but were keeping fingers crossed that the accommodation would be good, especially as we were...More
We stayed in the Gite over the road which belongs to the same owner as the Auberge.
The two bedrooms with en-suites were well appointed and the living/kitchen area contains all you need. We had breakfast at the Auberge with our friends who were staying...More