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Pros: Our booking was made at very short notice but the proprietors, Wendy and Peter, were very welcoming, accommodating and helpful. Wendy kindly sat us down with a pot of tea while making finishing preparations to our room. We had the 'red room', which was very clean, airy, comfortable, and full of character and nice touches. The en-suite was roomy with a good walk-in shower. The in-room tea making facilities included bone china cups, which always make tea taste better! Le Binyon has a nice rural setting about a mile from the village of Jarzé and just a few miles from the small town of Bauge, where Wendy made us a dinner reservation at an excellent restaurant. Our stay was made complete by an beautiful breakfast and we really couldn't have asked for more.
Cons: Nothing. Everything was perfect.
Pros: The property is a beautiful 18c. house. Wendy and Peter are the perfect hosts and made us very welcome indeed. Peter is an excellent chef and went out of his way to cater for our vegan daughters.
Pros: Helpful hosts
Pros: Great Breakfasts, beautifully presented
Pros: We found Le Bignon to be well situated for an overnight stay on our way back to the ferry at St Malo but next time we would like to stay longer. Our room was extremely pleasant and comfortable. Peter and Wendy were perfect hosts who were attentive and helpful but not intrusive. Breakfast was excellent. We would recommend a stay at Le Bignon.
Cons: We could not think of any way to improve our stay.
Pros: The owners went out of their way to ensure that our special breakfast needs were catered for. We were welcomed with a much appreciated "cup of tea".
Pros: the welcome from the owners was amazing, the fact that we did have a dog and they made her welcome and she slept in the car.
Cons: May be some more fruit at breakfast time and may be an offer of an egg or something simple. The owners did ask us in the evening but sometimes you don't know until you get up, especially, and as our alarm had gone off at 5.30 am, we were hungrier than normal!
Pros: Tea and biscuits on arrival, swim in the pool, and when we asked Wendy where to get supper she suggested that Peter (who was out shopping) could buy us what we needed and they'd set up a table by the pool. Peter returned with baguette, pate, cheese, salad and so we had a delicious meal in the evening sunshine. Perfect.
Pros: The hosts were lovely as was the welcome and the dinner.
Pros: We were welcomed by Wendy and Peter and had beautifully furnished, comfortable rooms in a tranquil setting. Peter prepared a delicious vegan meal for us and the fact the car trouble had delayed our arrival was not an issue. Breakfast looked beautiful and tasted great and our various dietary preferences were catered for without a fuss. We would highly recommend and loved seeing and hearing the owls.
Set on the edge of a forest, a 20-minute drive from La Flêche Zoo, Dormir Ailleurs is a Bed & Breakfast in Beauvau offering unique accommodation and free cycle hire. Guests can choose from two types of accommodation: a wooden caravan and a cabin. External shared toilets and showers are available for guests’ use. The wooden caravan and the cabins offer a dining table and a continental breakfast will be served directly to guests in their chosen accommodation. Restaurants can be reached within 8-minutes’ drive of Bed & Breakfast Dormir Ailleurs. Local activities include hiking and guests can enjoy several activities on site such as cycling. Angers Castle is 30-minutes’ drive away. Angers- Loire Airport is 12km away.
When you stay at Château de Chambiers in Durtal, you'll be 12 minutes by car from Bazouges Castle. Featured amenities include multilingual staff and a library. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Beautiful grounds. It was a great to celebrate and attend a wedding. Like the old fashion keys to the rooms and the daily breakfast was nice.
Cons: The coffee in the room wasn't very good, but the coffee with breakfast was better. The staff seemed to be somewhat elusive. Rarely saw them. They were not available for questions and such. There wasn't a front desk.
Cons: Room and lobby dusty and dirty. Spiders and webs in bedroom and bathroom!
Pros: The castle is really cosy and comfortable. I would stay for longer if possible. Amazing garden, delicious candle lit dinner, tasty breakfast and really really wonderful people!
Cons: Nothing to say :)
Pros: This property is absolutely amazing. It is a real gem and the lady of the manor is delightful! It is a real experience and we would love to go again.
Pros: Very central location. Extremely friendly and helpful staff. Lovely room.
Cons: Water in the room
Pros: This is a must-stay place. Roomy bedrooms, well-furnished and cozy Place . Ana , the hostess , made us feel welcome and at home. Breakfast was delicious with home made jams. If you’re looking for a peaceful and quiet place , that’s the place to be . It was an amazing experience . The property has a lot of facilities , even a minigolfe course . Easy parking .
Pros: The Chateaux dad Chambiers is beautifully maintained in terms of both the 40 acre property and the chateaux itself. The owners are gracious, thoughtful, hospitable and very helpful in welcoming and orienting us to the Loire Valley. My five day stay was excellent in all respects. Thank you.
Pros: Very welcoming
Pros: Pretty rooms, lovely staff, tour not to be missed. A true medieval e perien e.
Pros: The owner was very friendly lots of knowledge about the Château
Pros: This is a unique place, a unique experience. Ok, there is no wifi in the room but who cares with 9 feet thick walls, while feeling like medieval knight. The overall atmosphere is stunning. Very friendly host/castle owner who took us on a private tour.
Cons: Nothing. This is such a special place, it cannot be judged against standard criteria
Pros: Wonderful host in great location in a beautiful old chateau
Pros: Fantastic historic property—superb on site historian
Cons: Perhaps comforters for the beds as it can be cool at night.
Pros: Sleeping in a castle! Tour was great and hosts were very welcoming and helpful. Pizzeria located just a few minutes walk away with good food and atmosphere. Castle very bare but luckily the bedrooms were furnished!
Cons: WiFi not in room but was available in communal area so not a problem. Kids said it had a funny smell but then it is an old castle.
Pros: Host was very helpful indeed. A pleasure to stay.
Cons: Nothing really!
With a stay at Hotel Anjou à l'Océane in Villeveque, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Musee Jean Lurat et de la Tapisserie Contemporaine and Angers Cathedral. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, luggage storage, and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Very clean and comfortable rooms.
Pros: Staff extremely accomodating. Room comfy. Breakfast very good.
Cons: Not much in walking distance. Ie restaurants
Pros: Friendly staff, excellent family rooms (2 rooms connected via a door). Secure car parc at night.
Located in Lézigné, Le Prieuré is set in a 15th-Century building and offers a garden and terrace with views of the Loire River. La Flèche is a 20-minute drive away. All rooms feature a fireplace, wooden flooring and heating, while one has a balcony with views of the valley. The private bathroom includes a bathtub with free toiletries. An organic breakfast serving homemade bread, jam, juice, cereal, coffee and tea is provided each morning and can be enjoyed on the terrace during nice weather. A 3-course evening meal with local wine is possible, upon reservation. Angers is only 30 km away and La Flèche Zoo is a 20-minute drive. Additional features include free WiFi access and free private parking on site.
Pros: If you are travelling on a hot day, ask for the ground level room. Basic, but really fresh (cool). Fantastic breakfast and a real nice host.
Pros: An excellent shower was the only good feature.
Cons: My eta was 6.00pm. I arrived at 5.00pm and was told my room wasn't ready because I was only expected at six after a 400kn drive! Asked what time I would like breakfast, I said 8 o'clock; that was not possible because they - man and wife- would be getting the children ready for school and the earliest possible time would be 8.30. Leaving the property at around 9.30 was too late for me so we agreed to skip breakfast and my bill was reduced by 5 Euros. I was asked for the room fee of 55 Euros at that point because I 'might not see them in the morning ' there was no hand towel, bath mat nor even a plug in the basin. The shower room floor needed a thorough clean between the polished pebbles; there was staining inside the toilet basin though it was otherwise clean. Need I go on. Not a stopover I could recommend.
Pros: Beautiful old house right next to the church in a pretty village. Convenient creperie offering delicious food just up the road.
Pros: Stayed there for two nights. Beautiful surroundings, Nice breakfeast and the nicest and most helpfull hosts!
Cons: Could have used a shower curtain
Pros: Nice old property, comfy bed, good homemade bread at breakfast
Pros: Super kind and helpful people, beautiful place and surroundings, fine breakfast and great beds. Don’t expect a regular hotel, but an authentic, oldschool and welcoming experience.
Cons: There was no shower curtain in our room.
Pros: A warm welcome and comfortable rooms. A lovely evening meal in the village close by.
Pros: Lovely location. Lovely family. Lovely breakfast. Some top tips. If arriving on a Sunday remember many villages are closed down. Lovely village down the road called Durtal or Le Freche.
Cons: Tranquil and relaxing.