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With a stay at Chambres D'hôtes Le Clos Poli in Montigny-les-Monts, you'll be 12.5 mi (20.2 km) from Cheese Museum and 12.5 mi (20.2 km) from Church of St. John the Baptist. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Fantastic attention to detail, very comfortable room and a wonderfully welcoming host. Le Clos Poli was immaculately clean and a very nice continental breakfast after a good nights sleep.
Cons: Evert thing was good
Pros: Lovely spacious room and ideal to be able to use the kitchen and dining room downstairs during the evening. Very friendly host. Breakfast was nice.
Pros: Excellent hostess
Pros: This property is a little gem! Mme. Poli is a delight, so welcoming, friendly and helpful. The room is beautifully converted from former stables, very roomy, comfortable and well appointed. Madame’s excellent Tate is manifest in all the added extras e.g. in the bathroom ( where there is a splendid walk-in shower ). She provided a wonderful dinner, cooked to order; and the breakfast was wonderful, easily the best we have ever had in France. Montigny les monts is a little off the beaten track, and there is nothing else in the village. But it is within easy reach of Troyes , and the A5 motorway. A really lovely stop-over.
Cons: Nothing we didn’t like!
Pros: Beautiful B&B, lovely family room, tasty breakfast and very helpful and friendly host. Highly recommended!
Cons: We loved everything about this place!
Pros: The house is beautifully located and the room was very spacious and clean. Good craft beers for sale/self-service in the kitchen. The breakfast would have been nice...
Cons: ..., but it was unfortunately completely spoiled for us after we had been scolded like little kids that we had left the lights on in the common room the night before (repeat and emphasis on: the WHOLE night). As we were only staying for one night, there was no point in educating us how to do it properly so it won't happen again, but apparently it was important to let us know we were guilty. That the light in the common room is on a 5-minute timer (french: minuterie, a word I didn't know before, but now will never forget) but it can be switched to permanent on as the owner explained to me lengthily the evening before (first in French, which I didn't understand, and then in English, when I thought I understood). We felt quite uneasy during the entire stay as it was made quite clear in the 10 min introductory tour through the house and room that the kids (1.5 and 4 years old) who were happy to be out of the car and were excited to explore the new hotel room after 6 hours of driving should not run around later when the other guests are back from dinner and they shouldn't touch the mugs and shouldn't interrupt while the owner is giving important information to mommy and daddy. -The doorlock/handle of the room was somewhat loose so we had some trouble unlocking the door. -Background music for breakfast (I think it was the pan flute version of Titanic)
Pros: Breakfast was very good with a nice variety. The homemade jams were a hit. Spacious room. Friendly staff. Nice location. The owner could not do enough to ensure that an alternative was found for the evening meal.
Cons: Communication about the unavailability of an evening meal on the night that we arrived.
Pros: Loved this b and b the most of our stop overs, our bedroom overlooking the garden was delightfully French, Liddy the owner was wonderful, so helpful, the local apple juice was delicious, breakfast delight ful, recommended local family restaurant the food was superb, and excellent value. Well worth the detour, still talking about it, and the restauranat, a little gem, thank you liddy
Pros: Second time I’ve stayed here and it was just as good as the first time. Very high standard of accommodation and Lydie was very hospitable.
With a stay at Hôtel le Carré Long in Eaux-Puiseaux, you'll be 14.8 mi (23.9 km) from Cheese Museum and 14.8 mi (23.9 km) from Church of St. John the Baptist. Free self parking is available onsite.
Cons: No air con, breakfast overpriced for what it was (not much!)
Pros: Great place to stop off at when travelling through the area. Worth staying here to experience the food in the restaurant, which is exquisite.
Pros: The food is fabulous
Pros: Country location ... nice to walk ... that’s about it ..!
Cons: The breakfast ... we understood it was included ... The owner... not very friendly ...
Pros: Room was clean
Cons: There was only one employer in the whole hotel; no receptionist, no waiter, only one Cook who was in a arrogant, non-interesting mood and attitude. He alone was responsible for all the work: reception, dinner, breakfast... i have never seem something like this in a hotel. I paid more than 100 euro for room, dinner and breakfast. His cooking was cheap and easy: the main plate was warmed up in the oven, simple plates, simple taste and he did not seemed to be interested in the needs and wishes of the guests. I dont understand anything of this low and arrogant level of hospitality.
Pros: The food and the chef/proprietor fantastic!!!
Pros: Having a bath, good grounds for excercising the dog
Cons: Location: as an overnight stop too far from motorway (my fault I chose it). Whilst food was very good and an excellent there was no choice. Fortunately I’m not vegetarian
Cons: On my arrival there was no one in attendance.After some considerable time I discovered keys in a box on the wall.For two nights I was the only person in the building.There was no refreshments available not even coffee making facilities.The room was next to the main entrance which has a large glass door that vibrates loudly when used!! For a new building the sound proofing could have been better between rooms also.In the five nights of my stay the room was only serviced once!!
Cons: Le Chef. Very unpleasent chef of the kitchen. Food very bad.