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This is NOT a hotel. It is a B&B. It does not serve food in the evening and the nearest restaurant is several miles away. In order to get in you must ring the bell in the lane and a gate will eventually be opened...More
There wasn't a warm welcome here but the elderly and not too agile host wasn't 100%. We were shown to our room which was old fashioned and quirky, we knew it was a bit quirky from the photos. However it was very clean and well...More
I'm a bit conflicted about our stay here, so let me lay out the pros and cons. For reference, we stayed in the luxury room in the main house.
You will love this place if:
You love cats so much, that finding evidence on the...More
Wonderful restored little chateau, full of authentic charm and with and amazing garden, in which rare breed cats, hens, ducks, doves and pheasants stroll peacefully between gorgeous flowers. We stayed in what they call "the appartment", but is really a vey cute and cozy separate...More
A haven of peace and beauty just 10 mins from the autoroute. Beautiful rooms, fabulous breakfast with the best home made bread, and the most genuine warm hospitality from the owner Monique - very special.
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Yes there is, in the large front garden also there is a covered parking building (of sorts) for two cars. Its accessed from a rough track about 50 yards down the side of the house and gardens, pretty secure, big gates are... More
Yes there is, in the large front garden also there is a covered parking building (of sorts) for two cars. Its accessed from a rough track about 50 yards down the side of the house and gardens, pretty secure, big gates are closed at night.
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"Stay in the main house it's all very quiet in the small hamlet"