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Set in the verdant village of Brinon-sur-Sauldre, Auberge du 7 is a B&B offering non-smoking accommodation. It features a terrace with a sun terrace and Wi-Fi is free of charge in the entire property. Decorated in warm and neutral tones, the rooms at Auberge du 7 are all equipped with en suite facilities. A continental breakfast is available every morning and you meals are available, upon prior reservation. Auberge du 7 is close to several ponds where guests can fish. It is also next to the local horse riding club, and 300 metres from numerous walking trails.
Pros: Wonderful hosts with great food and a very comfy bed.
Cons: Wifi was only available in the common area of the hotel, only a small inconvenience otherwise perfect.
Set in a former Napoleon III's hunting lodge in Brinon-sur-Sauldre Château des Bouffards offers B&B accommodation surrounded by woods.
Pros: The hosts are outstanding! The evening meal and breakfast very nice and comfortable room. On reflection we would book two rooms for 3 adults rather than the family room which is perfect for adults with children.
Cons: We throughly enjoyed our stay, so no negatives at all
Pros: We arrived late and had to leave quite early, but breakfast was there on the table for us. Excellent lacation, value and so so friendly and accomodating.
Pros: very comfy stay with excellent staff
Pros: Wonderful hosts! Incredibly service minded owners which created a most enjoyable atmosphere.
Pros: Superb location, welcoming owner and comfortable accommodation.
Cons: Nothing !
Pros: calm, beautiful surroundings, very friendly host
Cons: room service
Pros: Child-friendly welcoming place. Beautiful country chateau. My son loved the swimming pool, trampoline and tennis courts.
Cons: Breakfast could have been better managed as the other guests finished the croissants before my husband got one.
Pros: Beautiful chatteau! ‘Like in the movie’ Very characteristic, with a wonderful garden. Fully equipped for a stay with kids. Swing, trampoline, swimmingpool and even toys. Excellent rooms, really spotless and the owners are very nice and helpful.
Cons: The elephant horns and the zebra ‘carpet’ are a bit confronting (kids were shocked) but as said wonderful chatteau/location!
Pros: Lovely hosts, great to try out our limited French! Lovely setting.
Cons: Not as intimate as we would have liked.
Pros: The place is authentic and beautifull. We have been very well welcomed in particular M and Ms Fortin are really nice with the kids
Cons: The bed was confortable but sheets should really be replaced by duvets ...
With a stay at Logis Auberge La Solognote in Brinon-sur-Sauldre, you'll be 10.8 mi (17.3 km) from Great Gardens Charmilles and 11.1 mi (17.9 km) from College Gerard Philipe. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: We were looking for an authentic French country auberge and certainly found it at La Solognote! The dinner was excellent! We ordered the cheapest red wine on the menu, and it was delicious! What a find!
Cons: This hotel/restaurant was exactly what we were looking for.
When you stay at LE MOULIN DE VILLIERS in Nouan-le-Fuzelier, you'll be 11 minutes by car from House of Ponds. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, a 24-hour front desk, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Location was lovely. Bed linen was also very nice.
Cons: Few electric sockets. To charge phones we had to unplug the bedside lights. Apparently no ventilation in the bathroom, which was outdated. Evening meal was fair although we felt rushed to finish. Breakfast was extremely poor value. We have paid half of the 13 euros per person for better in some of the hotel chains. Seemed limited to 2 tiny pastries between two and only a little bread. This was put out on each table. No more croissants were available.
Pros: Excellent evening meal at a well positioned location for those travelling north to south or vice versa. The rooms are a little sparse but all fits within the pricepoint
Cons: We were disappointed with the meal. Lovely setting on the terrace but expensive and not very interesting menus. My choice of main course was not available nor was the local speciality of Tarte tatin, not good enough in a menu costing 39 euros. My husband was served fresh fruit salad with inedible, turnip like chopped peach.
Cons: The quality of thevdinner was disappointing
Cons: The dining room area at breakfast was a a little haphazard, and to be charged 13 Euro each for a very basic breakfast which we had to serve ourselves, heat the milk, toast the bread,cook the egg, etc was a little overpriced. We had dinner both evenings and thourghly enjoyed our food and wine. The swimming pool was free, but the use of the hot tub extra.garden setting lovely, but although we diligently pick up after our dog, the owners dog poo was left on the lawn and he just brought the dog back inside!!
Pros: We liked the fact that the hotel was in a quiet location, away from the motorways. The staff were pleasant enough and our room was adequate.
Cons: The Restaurant. Totally overpriced. Our dinner food was not cooked properly and we would defy anyone to eat a salad de chevre chaud with a knife and fork out of the bowl it is served in! Unfortunately, the kitchen fire alarm was triggered 3 times whilst we were having our meal which did impact on the experience (especially the conversation!). The chef was constantly running backwards and forwards apparently trying to solve the problem (could explain why food not cooked well) but the waitresses just carried on serving guests as if nothing was happening. When the fire brigade turned up after 45 minutes the situation had already become a touch 'Fawlty Towers' and any thought of a pleasant meal had long gone. Not once did the Maitre D come anywhere near any of the hotel guest diners (she was sat with some friends) to explain what was going on or, indeed, why we should not be outside until the 'all clear' had been given. It would have been nice if she had offered her guests a glass of wine/coffee, or even an apology, at the very least. It was maybe just as well that it was a false alarm! Breakfast is not worth the 13 Euros - you can get a better breakfast on the motorway! The signage to find this hotel is not good and GPS from the address alone will take you to a village several kilometres away.
Pros: Comfortable bedroom and good bathroom facilities
Cons: Very limited wine list with mostly extremely expensive wines. Hotel locked up their main doors at 9pm when we had gone for a stroll outside. We had to find us way back in via a back door as we could not alert anyone that we were locked outside.
Pros: Reasonable selection.
Cons: Egg boiler was dangerous as needed a cloth to remove hot lid. Extra plates to be made available for different courses. Hot milk to be available in flask. Coffee was cold and had to be microwaved.
Pros: Nice clean spacey room Cracking shower Beautiful area. Quiet
Cons: Bed was uncomfortable. Not many staff working, so had to wait at reception a long time for lady to arrive from bar, so I could pay.
Pros: The location, next to a lovely lake & forest, not far from chateaux de la Loire. The room with a modern ”hunting lodge” type design, very comfy bed, great shower, tea&coffee making facilities and other well thought out amenities. The restaurant - delicious meal (lobster, souris d’agneau, tarte tatin!) & friendly service.
Cons: Nothing negative to say! We’d have loved to have seen some local cheeses on the menu however.