When visiting Laudun, Villa Montesquieu is a great choice to consider. Guests can splash around at the seasonal outdoor pool or grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. A terrace and a garden are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer up nice touches like jetted tubs and premium bedding.
Pros: Modern + stylish room, wonderful ouside area (huge garden + terasse), kind hospitality
Pros: Clean, renewed building, spacious room, good wifi. Easy check-in/out, just bring cash.
Cons: Difficult to find if you come at day, but if you come at night as we did - hope you'll find someone who speaks any other language besides French who can direct you to the property. Noise from the...
Cons: They had no Visa
Pros: The owners went above and beyond to do anything for me, they were wonderful ! Beautiful location you couldn't ask for anything more in the facilities available wish I could have stayed longer !
Pros: Everything is clean and comfortable. The location is great because you are very near to Tavel (great for wines, rose), Pont-du-Gard, but it is quiet little place, great relaxing atmosphere.
Cons: We have been there for 3 days and we didn't have working wifi, the owners told us that it is just a coincidence, that local Orange carrier had a drop-out in their system (?)
Pros: Comfortable bed. Good room facilities. Great staff, and service.
Cons: The wi-fi could have been better.
Pros: Very nice property with a huge yard to hang around in a nice setting + a functional inyard that gives a shade for the dinner outside. Internet worked great, airco, big room. Close to the high way ...
Cons: Next to a busy road, but not noisy inside! A bit shady town otherwise, so better keep your wallet safe when going to do the groceries. Lack of restaurant to walk into, but there is a bar cafe just ...
Pros: Very kind owners, very clean
Cons: No WiFi, no sitting area and no heating downstairs in a two stories unit. Not the most comfortable unit for a week long stay, though probably good enough for a shorter period.
Situated near the beach, this country house is within 9 mi (15 km) of La Gramiere Wine Truck, Pont du Gard, and Museo de la Romanité. Gaujac Oppidum Ruins and Domaine de la Mordoree are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Pros: Location is great if you drive - on a junction of roads to Uzes, Nimes, Avignon and nearby motorways. Breakfast was very good, with a wide selection of cheeses and meets (though no vegetables of any ...
Cons: Maintenance was a bit lax - our air conditioner started dripping into the room and all the staff could offer was a bucket and a vague promise of calling in maintenance at some point (which never ...
Pros: Value for money
Cons: Wifi wasn't explained properly and breakfast was poor
Pros: Cheap accomodation for people visiting Provance and Languedoc but not for people who want to take a rest in the hotel
Cons: They don't want to respect the prices offered on booking.com website, we had to negotiate
Pros: good, very clean hotel in excellent position. Parking nearby,small room but great value.
Cons: air conditioning was not working very well.No wi-fi but could connect in most rooms, but not ours
When visiting Pouzilhac, La Closeraie is a great choice to consider. The seasonal outdoor pool is a great spot to take a dip, and guests can grab a bite to eat at La Closeraie, which serves regional cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. Other highlights include a snack bar/deli, a terrace, and a garden.