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This historic convent was built in 1833, and once the resident order of nuns moved to Spain, it became a military headquarters (or sorts) during WWI. If the walls could only talk.
This large building has been converted into several 3 story apartments with 3...More
My husband and I stayed in one of these apartments at the end of September and we were very disappointed in the cleanliness and presentation of the property.
We found animal hairs on the sofa; faded cheap bed linen ( duvet cover doubling as a...More
Response from Kerry L, Public Relations Manager at Couvent des UrsulinesResponded 11 November 2016
Thank you very much for taking the time to give us feedback. We are really sorry you were disappointed with your stay. We are taking all your feedback on board and have already done a full review with the cleaners. And we totally...More
We stayed here for two weeks. The building is split into 4 houses, each with its own design. The two upper floor bedrooms are spacious and in the shabby chic style. Bathrooms are fins with plenty of hot running water and good showers. The metal...More
The Couvent des Ursulines is great -- IF you have the right expectations. Just go in with your eyes open.
These are VERY large units, 2 full baths, 1 half bath. The two main bedrooms on the second floor are LOVELY, with a great shabby-chic...More
We have just returned from a week at the Couvent. The accommodation was perfect for us, comfortable beds, good indoor space, great showers, good wifi, quiet location but only 3 minutes walk to the medieval centre of this beautiful town. We really lovely the outside...More