Pros: Evening meal delicious food in elegant dining room with excellent service, dining room has a splendid view over the surrounding parkland.
Pros: absolutely fabulous area the walks through the hills and woodlands are brilliant, they also have a great pool which is very well maintained.
Cons: The rooms were a bit tired and worn and need a revamp but that didn't take from the comfort as the rooms are very large.
Pros: The location and the building itself were lovely. The views were wonderful. The restaurant was really excellent as was the breakfast. The wifi was easy to use.
Cons: The interior of the building is tired which, in the main, adds to the charm. The bedrooms were disappointing lacking any real character despite having huge potential. They were however very clean and ...
Pros: Lovely dinner, particularly the crayfish. Breakfast was very good with excellent coffee. Views were stunning from the dining room.
Cons: Room was a little shabby.
Pros: Great location and fabulous views. Breakfast was good too.
Cons: Tea and coffee making facilities in the room would have been nice
Pros: The setting is beautiful, value for money!
Cons: Maybe for elderly people it is difficult because there is no lift.
Pros: As a solo traveller I was made to feel very comfortable.I found the chateau very tranquil and with wonderful views on all sides. the food was especially good and the chef made every effort to serve me...
Cons: Maybe eggs or fruit could have been served for breakfast.Yoghurt or cerial also.
Pros: Beautiful gardens with art works and rabbits running free. Chateau pretty and lovely rooms. Charming slightly faded elegance in bedrooms. Great food and wine.
Pros: This place is a paradise for children. We stayed in the chateau, but the extensive grounds had carefully landscaped chalets and camp sites and all manner of children's play facilities including ...
Pros: Courteous staff. Friendly and available for any assistance.
Set in a 45-hectare estate in Neuvic, this 16th-century château is surrounded by woods. Only 3.7 miles from Gorges de la Dordogne, it features an outdoor swimming pool and a wide choice of outdoor sports facilities. Providing free Wi-Fi access, the guest rooms at Château le Mialaret offer views of the valley and include a private bathroom with free toiletries. A continental breakfast is available at an extra cost and may be served in the rooms. The on-site gastronomic restaurant with al fresco dining includes vegetarian and children meal options. Guests can borrow a book from the hotel’s library, play tennis or volleyball, or enjoy a game of pétanque on site. Luzège is 5 miles away, and free parking is possible at Château le Mialaret.
Pros: Pleasantly surprised when we arrived! Owners Greeted us at front desk and walked us to our rooms! Wonderful place and exceptional staff!
Pros: Extremely friendly and helpful staff. The location is perfect and very relaxing.
Pros: The people were friendly & efficient. The site is great & the room was fine & comfortable. What more can one want?
Cons: Nothing really!!!
Pros: Friendly helpful staff, great location and wonderful food on the lakeside terrace. Nice to have a balcony with lake view.
Cons: Room was too hot. Need fans or better still air con. A little tired here and there.
Pros: Very well situated at the lake. Nice views. Friendly staff.
Cons: Food in the restaurant was nothing special.
Pros: This hotel is In A beautiful location with great activities for the kids nearby The rooms were extremely clean and the service was excellent My son became unwell during the evening and had to be ...
Pros: Due to the proximity of our friends in the area we did not spend too much time at the hotel.Everything worked and the staff were charming
Pros: Big lake views from the immaculate modern rooms. Good choice of good food. Great quiet location. Staff / owners are really lovely people. Restaurant is cosy, and also has great views. If you want ...
Cons: Milk in the rooms to go with the tea and coffee would of been good.
Pros: Restaurant and staff - and the desert.
Cons: pillows not great
Pros: the location in front of the lake / the functionality of the room equipment / the professional atiitude of the stuff / the delicious dinner
Cons: no - everything fully to our satisfaction
Take in the views from the rooftop terrace when you stay at Hôtel du Lac. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Restaurant du Lac, one of 2 restaurants, which serves French cuisine and is open for breakfast and dinner. A bar/lounge and a garden are other highlights, and rooms offer balconies and free WiFi.
Pros: The hotel is in the middle of forest, beautiful location. The room is basic, peaceful. Wonderful staff, great food. If you like nice feelint and do not need fancy rooms, this is for you.
Pros: Spent 5 nights at Le Beaulieu using it as our base for a motorcycle tour of the Auvergne. We were made to feel really welcome from the moment we arrived. The rooms are quite basic but both the ...
Cons: The closest I could get to a dislike was the soap dispenser; my friend and I bought a bar of soap each for our respective rooms. This completely resolved the issue. The rooms claim to have a lake ...
Pros: Food good quality and value for money. Quiet rural Inn frequented by locals.
Pros: A really exceptional find tucked away in a gorgeous part of France with stunning scenery. This attractive auberge was well maintained , comfortable and very welcoming. Excellent value for money and we...
Cons: Everything was good.
This holiday home is part of a park with about 30 more holiday homes and chalets. It lies in Beaulieu, a small town in the heart of France, the Auvergne. The surroundings are characterizes by lakes, old volcanoes, castles and churches. Less than 500 meters away you will find the Bort-les-Orgues lake, a lovely place to swim and relax on the sandy beach. Amongst other things, you can kayak, water ski and jet ski here. Your holiday home lies at the edge of the impressive Parc Naturel des Volcans d'Auvergne. A paradise for hikers and nature lovers. Take the cable car to the Puy de Sancy (Auvergne's highest mountain: 1889 m) for a breathtaking view (45 km). Or take the train to the top of the Puy de Dome, France's most famous volcano (63 km). A cultural trip? Visit Clermond-Ferrand (75 km); Auvergne's capitol. Around the Notre Dame du Port basilica you'll find car-free shopping streets. The closest restaurant is in Beaulieu (1 km). In the authentic village of Lanobre (5 km) you'll find a bakery, supermarket, butcher and restaurant. For the large supermarket, visit Bort-les-Orgues (10 km), a cozy little town. Then return home for a lovely sunset BBQ.
Enjoy your visit to Saint-Donat with a stay at Auberge de la Providence. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Auberge de la Providence, which is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and offers garden views. A bar/lounge and a terrace are offered, and rooms get the details right with comfy beds and comfy beds.
Cons: Very thin walls between bedrooms-could hear everything from next rooms including loud snoring which kept me awake half the night.
Pros: Nice lady . Good food
Cons: Cat was licking beer and coffee machine nozzles and standing on the bar. We would not have eaten or drunk there if we had seen this before breakfast. Staff didnt seem to think it a problem
Pros: Very quite and perfect getaway place. Quite.
Cons: Windows go to the road with cars.
Renovated in 2012, this village inn is situated in Tour d’Auvergne, 6.2 miles from Mount Dore. The ground floor houses a cosy restaurant and bar and there is free Wi-Fi access in public areas. Most of the simply decorated rooms at Auberge de Reine Margot have their own bathroom. A continental breakfast is served daily. Regional dishes featuring fresh, local products are available in the restaurant. Packed lunches can also be arranged. Mont Dore has cross-country and downhill ski trails as well as thermal springs. La Bourboule also has hot springs and is 7.5 miles from Auberge de Reine Margot. Free public parking is available on site.
Pros: Overall the place is great and I could not be happier with the staff, super friendly and warm. The surroundings are calm and beautiful, a feeling like being in the mountains with a small town 5 ...
Cons: No negative points to mention.
Pros: Nice restaurant, landly location with view from the hotel and rooms over a beautiful area
Cons: Nothing to complain about
Pros: Close to the highway, not too far from the town. Friendly staff. Very good breakfast, continental, not French :-)
Cons: Not so clean windows, bit old-fashioned furnitures.
Pros: the bed was fantastic, the staff friendly and a fantastic breakfast
Cons: bed covers need to be replaced. decor to be changed. bathrooms need to be completely gutted and modernized. You cant have a bathroom in that state in this day and age. The evening meal: starter very ...
Hotel Les Gravades is a great choice for a stay in Ussel. Guests can splash around at the indoor pool or grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. All rooms feature room service and free WiFi.
Pros: Overall I had a nice stay and would stay again when next time in area. It was ideal to put my head down whilst on a course. Good location and staff seemed very friendly.
Cons: The room was very small and cramped and I didn't like the step down into the room. Typically French in style and could do with modernising a little and although a double I wouldn't of wanted ...
Pros: polite staff, good location, nice food and view from the terrace.
Cons: Usual, in my limited experience, the French and shower design aren't the best. Water always seems to escape from the shower area and you end up with wet and slippery floors.
Pros: Plain Yoghurt excellent Lapsang Soushong tea welcome Owner extremely pleasant and helpful
Cons: Fresh or stewed fruit for breakfast would hAve been good Perhaps an electric kettle in the room
Located near a train station, Central Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Bort-les-Orgues. Freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails. There's also a garden, and rooms offer LCD TVs and room service.
Cons: No WiFi. It's mean was but 3 device's (android, iPhone and PC)was unable to connect.
Pros: Very good wifi, nice diner, good wine, all for a more than reasonable price. Very nice and talkative host/ owner
Pros: the staff
Cons: To far from town center
Pros: The offbeat humour of the owner.
Cons: Person in opposite room left a dog alone which howled all evening. Not hotels fault.
Pros: Everything was entirely to our satisfaction. A.very comfortable room with excellent en suite and shower. Location opposite the station was ideal and we enjoyed a superb evening meal although we ...
Cons: The restaurant service was very slow but it was very busy and with one waitress doing her best we assumed that someone hadn't turned up. 2hrs 45 minutes was longer than we had anticipated.
Pros: Good location for us on our road trip halfway between Burgundy and Bordeaux regions, as well as the friendly staff and good value!
Cons: The room was just a bit small but a fair trade for the value
Pros: Lovely rooms - quirky old hotel modernised sympathetically, with good bathroom and comfy bed. Friendly, efficient staff. Real family feel. Superb food, including a generous breakfast. Acceptable wifi...
Cons: Parking was not private - just on the street outside. It's a quiet street and my bike (and others) was fine, but ordinarily I would never book a hotel with on-street parking. Quite a walk to the ...
Pros: Room appeared to have been newly decorated. Very well finished.
Cons: Toilet was fitted under a sloping ceiling which may be a problem for taller guests.
Pros: We arrived after a long drive with three small childreen: the staff has been very nice and helpfull. The family room was perfect in size and has room enough for the children and the laggage.We ate at ...
Cons: French size double bedroom, but we are in France so ...it is quite normal!
Pros: The hotel is close to the highway and so convenient for an overnight stopover.
Cons: The quality of the food in the restaurant was very disappointing, both for supper and breakfast. Many of the meals advertised on the restaurant menu were not on offer.
Le Grand Hotel à Ussel is situated in the Correze region of France. It is well known for its charming streets and countryside. The hotel offers comfortable accommodation and a brasserie. All the rooms at Le Grand Hotel are equipped with ensuite facilities, a telephone and a TV. Guests have access to free Wi-Fi. The hotel restaurant serves traditional and regional gastronomic cuisine. Meals are served in the dining room. The station at Ussel is within walking distance of Le Grand Hotel à Ussel and Clermont-Ferrand is only 1 hour away by car.
The cottage is situated in the Cheylade valley, 25 minutes from the Puy Mary labeled 'Grand Site de France' in 2012.In the heart of the Regional Natural Park of Auvergne Volcanoes. the cottage is located in a small hamlet, with clos.Il garden is fully equipped for 6 people. Ground floor: kitchen, living room, lounge directly overlooking a green space, bathroom and separate WC. Upstairs: 2 bedrooms with 1 bed of 140 and a mezzanine with 2 beds of 90. Electric heating, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, freezer, TV, TV room, free internet access, room / laundry where you can store skis, fishing equipment. You also have a garden furniture, barbecue, private parking, room for bicycles on request. On request: baby equipment available free of charge: cot, high chair, bath. Rent linen (beds made on arrival if linen hire). Nearby: hiking, paragliding vélorail.pêche.école. Many places of interest, castles, museums, churches, villages.
Cons: Bathroom was entirely plastic. We were charged more than the booking.com rate. Reception hours entirely too limited for tired travellers. Location is across from cattle pens and not in town
Pros: Attendance after office hours: we arrived after 22h, duly announced, and the staff had left clear instructions/key for us. All went smoothly.
Cons: It's quite a long way from the highway over serpentine roads, which are more difficult to drive at dusk. Travellers should plan on arriving before nightfall.
Pros: Very comfortable and a friendly atmosphere. Very calm.
Pros: Do'nt book this accomodation, very very poor!!.
Cons: Everything, not friendly, louzy breakfast, no ventilation in the room, not-working airco, portacabinroom!!.
Cons: The PowerPoint in the room was too close to the desk to accomodate an adaptor.
The Hotel Lutea is located in a peaceful setting in the heart of the Auvergne volcanic park. It offers comfortable rooms, free parking and free Wi-Fi access. Rooms come well-equipped with private bathroom and TV. For a great start to a day of sightseeing, a buffet breakfast option is available. Gracious staff will provide a warm welcome to this picturesque region, known for its landscapes and tasty local cuisine. The Hotel Lutea is easy to access and provides an ideal base from which to explore the nearby city of Riom.
Cons: Poor decorative state. Very old and tired. In need of modernisation.
A great choice for a stay in Bort-les-Orgues, Hotel Restaurant Le Rider features an airport shuttle and a rooftop terrace. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Garden of Cats, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge and a garden are other highlights, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.