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Reviewed July 1, 2018

Stayed over at hotel on the way down to Cote D'azure, convenient as only 15 mins off autoroute yet feels miles away from anywhere . Small village set amongst Macon Vineyards
First thing to say, this is a converted chateau and so lacks some of the luxuries and if based on an upper floor it can be a steep climb up a circular staircase. The bedrooms are large and well appointed
The staff while very willing are just short of being fully trained so for instance did not show us where the tea and coffee making and fridge were hidden in a cupboard.
The two restaurants, one very formal one in a greenhouse extension and garden both serve the same menu.
Next problem, they don't ask people what time they wish to eat so everyone arrives at the same time and panic ensues.
However lovely setting in the garden and very enjoyable food and wine
Reasonable breakfast

Stayed: June 2018
Thank Enmac53
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Reviewed June 1, 2018 via mobile

We chose Chateau d’ige based on previous family recommendations. The hotel gardens and heated outdoor pool are beautifully landscaped and maintained. However the hotel let’s itself down both in terms of the quality of food served and the service. We had heard brilliant reviews about the food when the hotel was under its former owners, however we found the food to be very expensive and the service to be both very slow (2 hours from being seated to actually eating main course) and inattentive. Two meals were missing key parts and when we asked for tomato sauce to accompany my sons meal it was not served until after he had finished eating. This was a big disappointment to us and exacerbated by the lack of alternative restaurants in the surrounding area (none in I’ge). The area is great for picking up local wines, cycling and walking and is very rural. We enjoyed a day out in Beaune visiting the medieval hospital, which is an hours drive from Ige. The breakfasts were good and children eat for free, making them far more reasonable then the evening meals. I wound recommended all hotel staff went on a customer service course as there is much room for improvement the menu was revisited in terms of prices and food served.

Stayed: May 2018, travelled with family
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Reviewed May 20, 2018

The Chateau d'Igé is a lovely property on the remains of what must have been a beautiful large estate. Our room was tastefully decorated and the meals we enjoyed -- breakfast and dinners -- were great as well. We had dinner and breakfast outside on the patio which was a pleasant change. My only difficulty was the circular stone staircase (42 steps of differing heights and not very wide) which was the only was up and down from our room to the dining rooms. Not good for my arthritic knees and back. Thank God my yoga exercises helped to stretch and limber them up!

  • Stayed: May 2018, travelled on business
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Thank Denise C
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Reviewed May 2, 2018

This is in an ideal location for visiting local sites, particularly Cluny Abbey. It provides out of the ordinary accommodation of the highest standard. The staff are without exception charming, professional, and helpful. The rooms are large and comfortable and robes provided in the en suites. Not too sure about the red slippers! For dinner we had the menu gastronomique. It was beautifully prepared and presented and of the highest quality. Fantastic choice on the wine list, some way beyond our budget. A delightful dinner. Breakfast was served in the terrace restaurant where dinner is also available in the evening. Always a bit dubious about charges made for breakfasts generally but plenty of food offered as buffet volonté so felt got monies worth. Overall a very pleasant stay in a quiet location, and I hope I have the opportunity to visit again. The only downside is that the Chateau is tucked away in the village and not quite as represented in the aerial publicity photo. Don’t be put off by this.

Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
2  Thank Richard C
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Reviewed May 1, 2018

Very good stay. Really enjoyed the restaurant which serves high quality french cuisine. Rooms (junior suites) were very spacious and clean. Staff was very friendly and good with children (10+12yrs). Would stay here again.

  • Stayed: April 2018, travelled with family
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Thank Ki B
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