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The village was very pleasant and clean and nice to walk around in the evening. Apart from canal and park not much else there. The hotel was not open on arrival at 5:00pm. There was a small sticker on the door saying open at 6:00pm. Eventually had to phone the owner to open the doors.Food was ok but selection was limited and expensive.
There is nothing good to say about this appalling hotel. We have never stayed in a worse place. Logis company should be ashamed to list it.
Proprietor lovely, sadly the hotel is undergoing some building work, the room we were given was well below standard, sloping floor, uncomfortable bed, draughty windows, air conditioner unit with wires and tubes hanging out, really the room should have been closed until it was completely habitable The proprietor who has great charm
A very warm welcome, food excellent. The hotel is actively upgrading everything but this did not affect our stay in any way.
Nice location. Shower was good. Price was reasonable. In the summer I'm sure it's a great place to stay, see below.... It was October and the owner had gone on holiday, so no breakfast, no bar, and no meals being served in the restaurant of the auberge. In fact nowhere to eat or drink in the town/village. They should have just said the hotel wasn't open. Room had a few DIY jobs to finish off, taps not secured to sink, pipework above shower, etc.
Nicely informal. Good bed. Very convenient for golf. Overpriced - small standard room with cramped bathroom (& defective hairdryer). (By the way, €120 is the normal price, not cut-price, as they indicate on booking.com.) No air con. Golf course itself in poor condition, with lots of bare patches on greens & fairways alike.