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Only the countryside. The suite are very problematic, the "free internet" are very slow and old and not useful. The price is very high but with no reason. We shell never stay there again !
very nice hotel, with lots of facilities. Nice room, nice pool/spa other facilities, lots of alternatives for breakfast, best dinner in the area. Good Service. Hot at night in the sleeping room on second floor.
Beautiful location, welcoming staff and lovely room
friendliness of staff
Beautiful surroundings, good food. Fine facilities and easy access. The room was a little small, and the access a little dark (unlit) at night.
The country setting was great, even though road noise intruded somewhat. Breakfasts were high quality. Location was very convenient for day touring. There is a sense that the operation is run by accountants. Bathroom facilities were small; and the description `romantic` for a room that was pretty standard streched the imagination and the tarriff. Worst was the quality of food and maitre d`e. The former, a choice on the a la carte, was sparse and expensive at Eu25, and the cheese plate was well iced; and the latter was overbearing and dismissive. Dinner costs were rebaited but it was very disappointing none the less.
This is a delightful hotel in a quaint village near Aups, the truffle 'capital' of france. The staff were all extremely friendly, and helpful. The building and grounds were delightful. The facilities were mostly nonsmoking with the exception of the bar, but no one was smoking during our stay. The restaurant was excellent. I would definitely return if we visit the area again.
Wonderful location.Comfortable room. Breakfast good. Dinner, what a let down. Overpriced, limited menu, poor quality. Dinner.
This is simply a top hotel. The staff is very friendly and professional (1 exception though), the rooms very clean, cosy and romantic with all the necessities (incl fast and free internet). Definitely worthy of a 4 star. The location is in the middle of nowhere, but central to those that want the "real" provence: markets of Reziers, azure-blue lake of Sainte Croix, pittoresque cities of Pau, Salerners, etc. Furthermore, the restaurant of this hotel is a Michelin star, and the food simply superb, and very cheap relative to the reputation (full meny for 28 EURO). The rooms are not big. We also experienced the hotel managers switching from extremely friendly to hostile and rude on the last day (I booked the room with a card that didnt have enough funds; upon arrival I mentioned that and gave one of the managers a valid card for our stay which she put in the system; unfortunately they didnt communicate with each other and another manager tried to debit the old card, which didnt work; after which he rudely forced us to pay all on the spot and refused to let us enter the room - unknowing that I had given another card three days prior in their system). Luckily, the manager of the restaurant felt for us and made it up with a "special" splendid meal.
the hotel is charming with lovely settings & pool, staff were kind, polite, knowledgeable & booked a table a great restaurant in local village, close enough to the gorge de verdon if hotels are fully booked there room rates & the food & drinks were expensive for what they were... I recommend saving your money on breakfast & dinner & go in to the town for a lovely local bite.
The outside dining terrase is lovely in the summer. The room was small for the amount we paid and not having air conditioning when it's 35 degrees outside is not ideal. The mini-bar lock was broken so we couldn't access it (we were told it would be fixed after we left). However the thing that annoyed us most was that in this heat gentlemen have to wear long trousers for dinner. Utterly outdated and riduculous... we thought that we were there to relax not to be told what we can and can't wear.
Breakfast good, meals good Small room
The location The staff and food
The view from the bedroom window as we had a loggia room. Food was good.Setting spectacular. Good facilities but decor in rooms could do with an update.Good attention to detail and very pleasing and restful. Could be less expensive (breakfast price is outrageous) In the evening, if dinner guests stayed late , noise from verandah bothered us- this only happened once and the noise abated after 11.30pm.
The view is spectacular, the little town is within walking distance. Not so much, was disappointed. THe jacuzzi was not in working order, the pool was dirty and the noise of terrasse being under the room balcony was disturbing. Breakfast was not up to a 4 star hotel standard
The view from our room was excellent. The bathroom Cleanliness.
Perfect location to explore the Verdun gorge and region, housing feels very genuine almost like a private guest at the owner. Very good breakfast and helpful tips for the stay. Absolutely recommended!
The innkeeper was very accommodating and the 10euro breakfast was worth every penny. The facility was clean and warm, the short walk to the village was nice. We would stay their again. all was perfect
Charming building and location. Sensational views from the upper floors. Convenient walk (uphill) to town. Located just far enough out of town to feel removed from the tourists, etc. Hard to find at first. We circled a few times and asked directions twice in order to locate it.
Very helpfull owner, good suggestion for dinner A little bit far from the village center
Jean Louis is a wonderful host and the room we had (Jupiter) was spacious and lovely.
Nice room, charming, friendly and helpful staff (owner). Intimate garden. No
Nice rooms, friendly proprietor but not intrusive, good setting just at the foot of Moustiers so very easy to walk to town and back. Pretty gardens, nice tennis court, small bar. Close to Lac de Sainte Croix and good location for exploring the gorges. Just as it claims, a hotel "de charme".
Very quaint french hotel with a certain flair to it and very close to beautiful village - had a wonderful time.
The peace & tranquility,the owner's involvement and his slightly eccentric manner. The character building and view with a short walk to Moustieres. We thought it a little overpriced.
Lovely setting and rooms, perfect for romance and exploring the mountains. Staff were fantastic, relaxed and entertaining
Beautiful restored chateau in the lower mountains. Magnificent views. Excellent comfortable room. Very good car parking. It is in a very little village which is interesting to walk around. Castellane and Grasse are around 35mins drive so there is plenty to do in the area. We will stay here again, very romantic setting. At eur 125 per night it was expensive but worth it for the room. However the restaurant is really expensive with their cheapest set menu at eur 28 per head which was a shame. We ate in the nearby towns instead.
Romantic,stunning views in a beautiful area of provence.Many things to do and see in the area.Staff were friendly,room was cosy the whole place was wonderfully different. No but thought although all the menus were very good the cheaper one was better value for money but this is a minor critiscism.
The staff exceptionally friendly, the bedding crisp and clean, the food was of an excellent standard served with a good variety of wine. Nothing.
Experience of staying in a medieval castle, wonderful views, attentive staff, close to Gorge.
it is a very nice hotel to be used as a base for visiting beautiful places around. The restorant is good as well.
The location! Beautiful, quaint mountain village with the hotel perched above overlooking it and the mountain valley. Great restaurant! Room was musty, hot, bed was lumpy (time to get new beds!), no air-conditioning and not bug screens in the windows made it hard to keep windows open without hosting flies and bugs.
A fantastic feeling to stay at a real genuin castle. Good mixture of high comfort and "middle age" style. Wunderful personell.
unique Expierience, no mouldy smell at all like someone wrote! Room absolutely medieval themed but very comfortable with all mod cons. a bit on the pricey side
Lovely place, decorated in medieval style, very friendly staff, gourmet restaurant. Good location nearby the Verdon Gorges, easy access to hiking trails.
food - very good restaurant, peace, very nice nature around,
great location, excelent services. Staff is very friendly and helpful.Rooms are big, very clean & elegant. Nice food.
The setting, the room, and the helpfulness of the hotel staff The hotel was let down only by the restaurant. The quality of the food at dinner was very poor for this standard of hotel and breakfast was also very poor
Relaxing hotel, great setting,excellent staff,
Lovely location, extremely helpful and friendly staff, great value for money dining room with excellent local produce provenanced for your interest. Maitre d'hotel has great character and is very generous. We would have liked to stay longer. No fridge in room.
Excellent value for money, I would recommend and stay again. Fantastic location in the centre of the village square. Food fantastic, staff very helpful. Ideal for Route Neopolean and visiting the Gorges De Verdon
This was a lovely hotel in a fabulous location, Castellane. The room and view was excellent. We enjoyed touring round the Gorge du Verdun and eating out in the main square. Highly recommended It would have been nice to have tea and coffeee making facilities in the room
The hotel was ideally situated in the centre of the very picturesque town of Castellane. really impressed with the hotel. A pity there was not a fridge in the rooms.
Very friendly staff on reception. Very pleasant hotel. Breakfast included in price. Dinner very poor value for money: 36 Euros but quality did not match price. Waiting staff very stiff and formal, creating a stiff and starchy atmoshere.
The central location with free parking, room with balcony and a good restaurant. Well situated for the Gorge du Verdon.
The reception area was very attractive and welcoming and the staff were most helpful without being intrusive. The room was large very comfortable and had a fantastic view over the river and mountains.
An older but very well maintained hotel. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay there.
The hotel is in the middle of Provence and close to Verdon Gorge. The room was small with one small window and its location was in a remote village with no restaurants etc. If you did not want the in house dinner ( a set 3 course menu) at 30 euro per. head you had to drive over 5 km to find an alternative restaurant.
Excellent, quiet, location. We were welcomed by the multi-lingual owners as if we were family. Were shown to our room, which was very clean and comfortable, and given brochures for the local attractions. excellent four-course dinner every night, cooked by the owners, using local organic produce. Superb service. Great choice for breakfast. There was a complimentary bottle of water in the room, but we would also have liked tea/coffee making facility; although available in the lounge, this isn’t always convenient. However, can’t wait to stay there again!
The location is great, the decor the garden, having a nice breakfast outside.. Great and relaxing surroundings.. Tv remote didn't work.
The hotel was well run, staff friendly and the breakfast was lovely and fresh. The room with the pool table & selection of books & games was a good idea. There was plenty of information available on activities in the area and the staff were happy to give you recommendations. We had a very pleasant stay there and would return again.
Everything works like clockwork here - check in by 7:30pm, dinner at 8:00pm sharp etc. This commitment to organisation and quality ensures a very good standard of facilities and service, especially with the food. Tranquil country location. Highly recommended. Everything works like clockwork here ..... If, like us, you have come to Provence for some relaxation and rest and find yourself checking in a few minutes late or skipping breakfast to catch up on sleep you may find yourself disturbing the daily routine.