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With a stay at Auberge de la Beursaudiere in Nitry, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Church of Our Lady of Noyers and Castle of Jouancy. Featured amenities include multilingual staff and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Bed really comfy, very clean, eclectic decor and very charming. On site restaurant absolutely fantastic! Loved being able to sit outside in private patios having a glass of fizz
Cons: Nothing it was all so charming!
Pros: Old world French, not everyone's taste but we loved the whole experience. ,
Pros: It’s location, the ambience and the friendliness of the staff
Cons: Nothing in our stay
Pros: Clean & comfortable rooms. Rooms have a cosy feel to them and lovely and cool. Excellent secure and free parking. The restaurant is fabulous and highly recommend the food and wine.
Cons: You will need to travel to do and see anything nothing in the village but this isn't a bad thing. You need to get someone's attention in the restaurant as the hotel main desk is behind a coded door.
Pros: Quirky interesting rooms in quiet location. E cellent stopover though nothing to keep you in Nitry itself. Great dinner menu but breakfast rather limited
Pros: Authentic/rustic and great location en route to Annecy area
Cons: No A/C in room but a good fan
Pros: Setting was peaceful and serene Staff was excellent
Cons: Shower curtain needed to be replaced Outside lights on for security but could not block the lights from coming in our room
Pros: This is a wonderful hotel. From the welcome to the farewell, everything was perfect. A lovely cool room, during a canicule (heatwave). An historical farmhouse converted into a fabulous hotel with an excellent restaurant included. The owner was most welcoming and informative. He even took us through the kitchen (magnificent) to get to the restaurant!
Cons: Absolutely nothing.
Pros: This is our third visit. We love the ambience of this hotel and the friendly welcome of the staff.
Cons: WiFi was limited and intermittent
Pros: Amazing place, great people. 5 stars
With a stay at Le Gratin Mondain in Noyers-sur-Serein, you'll be 11.7 mi (18.8 km) from Chateau d'Ancy-le-Franc and 18.2 mi (29.2 km) from Caves of Arcy-sur-Cure. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access and multilingual staff.
Pros: Our host was lovely - she gave us a warm welcome and went out of her way to help me find a parking space due to the market setting up the next morning. The room was perfect and she had a fantastic fan to help alleviate the very warm weather that we had during our visit. Breakfast was an additional cost but well worth it - not only was it delicious (wild cherries, homemade yogurt, pastries, bread, coffee and juice,) she packed up all the extras for us to take for our lunch on the road. We will definitely stay here again if we are driving through! A word of caution for any travelers through Noyers - there are evenings where EVERY restaurant may be shut or full leaving you with no options. You can book dinner at the B&B - I wish we had talked to her when we went out in search of a restaurant as we ended up eating little nibbles at a snack place when we could have enjoyed a very delicious meal at home!
Pros: This is an extraordinary little B and B. The owner, Dominique, is lovely, welcoming, and just charming. She truly anticipates your visit and goes to extra steps to ensure your comfort and sense of well-being. She is a terrific hostess, and we enjoyed sharing aperitifs and conversation with her. The room we had was upstairs on the right, it was quite large for a B and B, and thoroughly modernized in its furnishings. Comfortable bed with plenty of pillows and blankets, good towels and such. Very comfortable stay overall. Dominique asked us that evening what our breakfast preferences were, and then prepared an outstanding breakfast for us in the morning. Terrific stop, highly recommend it.
Cons: Perhaps a more substantial door for the W.C. Something to provide a bit more privacy, but I understand the difficulties in placing such hardware in an older, historic building like this.
Pros: The bathroom was excellent and the location was very calm.
Cons: The bed was not so comfortable and the street light was just outside the window at the top of the bed.
Pros: We stayed in the holiday apartment over the road from the hotel and it was perfect. It had its own courtyrad where you could sit and a have drink or dinner. Our host was lovely and made us a fantastic breakfast. We would definitely come back!
Pros: the atmosphere of the village is exceptional such beautiful houses and tight on the river in a rural location
Cons: excellent accommodation and the village is amazing
Pros: Location in the old town lovely
Pros: The village of Noyers is beyond charming, as is the hostess. Her property is centrally located, she knows everything you want to know, she speaks good English, and is very pleasant.
Pros: Dominique was a wonderful hostess; thoughtful and very helpful. Spacious and comfortable room. Parking was available, nearby and free.
Pros: Wonderful guesthouse in Noyers. It is located in the middle of the village, our room was an independent small house with two floors. Great breakfast with home made products. The owner is a very nice lady who is more than helpful. Definitely a place to recommend.
Pros: Spacious studio in the heart of little Noyers with free public car parking literally steps away! The owner was really nice and very friendly - she booked a free wine tasting for us and suggested restaurants and best villages to visit. Our room ('bird' room) have very nice decor and a clever layout; with a superb, clean & modern high quality shower. Bed was spacious and very comfortable. Highly recommend this b&b as well as the fairytale village of Noyers as a must visit. As a side-note, we did not opt for the breakfast as it is a typical French 'sweet' continental breakfast, but also as we were actively visiting towns daily and having breakfast outside Noyers. Dinner was in Noyers and highly recommend restaurant and bar 'Pourquois Pas ?' (great atmosphere, wine, food and service!) and 'Restaurant de la Vieille Tour' (great food, wine and fantastic host!). Les Granges was nothing special on the night we went, unfortunately.
Cons: Some observations for improvement, as we genuinely enjoyed our stay: The wifi in our room did not work even though the owner tried to find a solution (downstairs in the common area was the only place it worked); the kettle in the room had not been decalcified for quite some time; the toilet paper roll should have been a new fresh one (rather than left-over toilet rolls from other guests); and noticed a little dust and cobwebs on lights and fixtures etc. The owner is attentive and we hope she will consider these improvements as it is a very nice b&b overall :-)