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Room clean and a good size for a quad. Arrived late but staff helpful. Good journey stopover point with ample parking. A little off the motorway but well signposted.
Friendly staff, family rooms, clean, good value, restaurant on site
The location of the hotel close to the village, the size of the room and le petit dejeuner all made it a welcome break in our journey between the Dordogne and Calais.
Easy to find, convenient, lots of parking, value for money and extremely welcoming hostess Restaurant closed on a Friday evening which was a little inconvenient on a transit stay - but good food was to be found in the village a couple of minutes drive away.
When we were eventually able to book in, we found the room booked for us to be quite acceptable. The resturant provided us with a very good standard of food which was well presented and typically 'French' (good!).A good place for a one-night stop-over. We were advised that our rooms would be available from 12.30. However when we arrived at 15.45 we found the hotel locked and seemingly deserted. Eventually at 16.30 'management' arrived and we were able to book in. Fortunately the weather was good, so we sat in the rather unkempt garden and waited.
Good for an overnight stop, very basic, but clean, friendly, quiet, nice local village with a couple of decent restaurants. Breakfast was 24 euros for a family of four, which really bumps up the cost of the hotel.
The owners are absolutely delightful folks! They helped me learn more French, they had a sense of humor, and they were most gracious hosts and hostess. I felt as though I were visiting family. Also, we arrived at noon and they graciously permitted us to register. However, we had to upgrade our room. Please note that we not longer had the 'standard' least expensive room at the chateaux. Nothing! Perfect! I just wish we could have stayed longer as we began to discover the enchantment of the town where it is located.