See why so many travellers make Hotel Le Vieil Amandier their hotel of choice when visiting Trigance. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Guests have access to a chapel, newspaper, and a sun terrace while staying at Hotel Le Vieil Amandier. In addition, Hotel Le Vieil Amandier offers a pool and breakfast, which will help make your Trigance trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
If you’re looking for a French restaurant, consider a visit to Restaurant chateau de Trigance, Moulin de Soleils, or Le Cafoucho, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Hotel Le Vieil Amandier.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Le Vieil Amandier as you experience all of the things Trigance has to offer.
This is a good comfortable hotel close to the Gorges du Verdon. It is also well priced and it has a swimming pool. The manager (owner?) is very helpful and she has good advice on the best things to do and the best routes to visit in the area. The wifi reception is poor but this is probably more to do with the hotel's rural location. Recommended.
We stayed here for 2 nights and wish we could have extended our stay. We really enjoyed the views from our patio and the pool area. Cecile the owner was a wonderful host and gave us recommendations for food and made reservations for us. The breakfast had a big variety of food and drinks too which filled us up for our days of activities and swimming. Would highly recommend this lovely hotel, we will come back!
This is a nice B&B hotel in a tiny pretty village which is great value for the money. It has great views and a much welcome swimming pool. It is perfectly placed to enjoy the stunning local scenery and in particular the Verdon Gorge. Our room had everything we needed and was very clean. Being furthest away from reception on the north side against the hillside it was a little dark with no view and quite cool but there are heaters if you need them. However, we did not spend long in the room as there is so much to do in the area. There is good internet access in the lounge area but it did not reach our room. This was no great problem for us. There is no dining other than breakfast. We enjoyed dinner in the chateau which is great quality but not particularly cheap and easy walking distance. It may be worth booking this at high season as there are not many local dining options without driving. The staff were very welcoming and friendly. They helped us get the most out of our short stay. Breakfast was good an plentiful.…
If you are lucky enough to visit this hotel, you will find it to be quite a treat. The owner, Cecile, gives new meaning to the term "hospitality." We have just returned from an absolutely delightful three night stay and plan to return as soon as we can. First, the basics. The rooms are clean, nicely decorated, with excellent bathrooms and mattresses. You can choose a room with a southern exposure looking out on the valley and mountains with a private terrace. Or you can choose a room facing the garden which is the same size but without a terrace. Definitely go for the terrace rooms because the difference in price is minimal. Cecile and her daughter prepare a magnificent breakfast. There is home made yoghurt, cereals, cheeses, omelettes, boiled eggs, every kind of bread and cake you can imagine (much of it home made), fruit, and delicious local jams and marmelades--all served in the delightful pool area or the interior dining room if the weather is not cooperating. Cecile is happy to inform you about your options for activities in the neighborhood, including how to take the most advantage of the nearby Gorges du Verdon-the French Grand Canyon. In addition to a tour of the canyons, we did two days of walks in the back country, following the expert advice of Cecile on the best routes to take. It was delightful! You should not miss a meal at the Chateau de Trigance nearby which Cecile will arrange for you. If you want something more down to earth, there is also a bar/restaurant in the village. Both these options are a five minute walk from the hotel. Cecile can fill you in on the many other dining alternatives in the neighboring villages. For picnics, there is a small grocery store in the village that also sells wine. The hospitality at Le Vieil Amandier is truly exceptional. Well worth the detour, as the French say.…
Stayed here for one night for a trip to Gorges du Verdon. Lovely, quiet hotel with an amazing view and nice little pool. The owner was very helpful and gave me some tips about which places to visit. Great breakfast. All in all highly recommended.