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Excellent very courteous and knowledgable staff. Wonderfull cuisine. A very relaxing place to stay. None
restaurant quality no
The impact the building and grounds has on you on arrival, the grandeur of its position, the professionalism of the staff, the quality of the food and service. Not one thing!
A happy return we last stayed there in 1964. The room had a wonderful view over the river. Visit to the wine cellar was interesting but it would have been better if it had been possible to taste some of the vintages. The Lady at reception, Christelle deserves to be congratulated on being exceptionally helpfull. She helped with an onward booking and did more than anything to encourage us to return to the Chateau. The service for a pre dinner drink, about 7pm, was very slow. We were told the staff were having their dinner. Service at dinner was also very slow. This was mitigated to some extent by good service from the Sommelier. The overal service and facilities need improvement to justify the price.
The staff were wonderful and the location spectacular. We were very well received and our room (indeed the whole building) enjoyed a commanding view over the valley beneath. The gardens and surroundings to the hotel are wonderful, the swimming pool is (potentially) enormous and the location is lovely. Our meal on the first night was first rate. In between major meals, the service is a little sporadic - it isn't easy to get a coffee - and casual drinks are rather overpriced, even for a hotel of this stature (eg 12 Euros for a gin and tonic). The menu is magnificent but extremely limited - if you do not feel like dining opulently, there is no alternative to an 80 Euro dinner (this is quite a common problem in France), and the menu does not change at all from day to day. A smaller snack menu would be useful - though the hotel will provide a separate choice of food for children if you ask. The swimming pool was out of order for our visit - a major blow. This is an excellent hotel, but you need to go forewarned.
The beautiful spot. The castle on the great hill overlooks the valley. Great chateu open fully to the guests. Large outdoor pool. The restaurant is too expensive and the quality is not suberb. The bathroom needs a repair.
Both the hotel interior and the bedrooms are attractively furnished and we were made to feel welcome upon arrival.
Excellent service. Quiet rural location. Modern fittings. Gourmet food. Easy parking. Outside dining. Easy to find.
Nice location, suitable for day trips in the area. Breakfast at 12 Euros per person is overrated.
Overall quite good. Breakfast very mediocre for price charged.
Excellent food. Good service in restaurant Internet not working in room (landlady made efforts but un-successfull). Bathroom partly integrated in bedroom. Breakfast too expensive related to content (but that is apparently general for French hotels!)
very pleasant hotel, clean, efficient, good position and an excellent restaurant.
Owner and his family are all friendly. The restaurant is excellent. I would like to have bathtub as well as shower.
Type of hotel, personnel, room design, dinner unfavourable ratio quality/price
Food fantastic,rooms brand new.Lovely lakeside location in picturesque village. Swimming pool tiny more a plunge pool.
StAff was lovely. RestAurnt was superb. Beautifully presented innovative menu we could not have been more pleAsed
Only 20 km form Cahors, This was a very comfortable overnight stop. The restaurant was excellent, we used to terrace for both dinner and breakfast. We would recommend it.
It was very nice and in a location close to many attractions in the Dordogne