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easy tofind,very helpful and pleasant receptionist, clean and comfortable. probably the best edge of town-overnight stay-budget chain-hotel we have stopped in and the town of Orbec is very old, very nice a delight to wander around and we found it very reasonably priced we will definately go back but it will have to be two nights next time. nothing we did not like about this hotel
Clean and comfortable,pleasant staff, relaxed atmosphere, country location although train line and main road very close.
The room was well designed and comfortable Our shower leaked so there was a pool of water in the en suite when we arrived. Perhaps this should have been noted before and dealt with although this didn't spoil our stay in spite of wet feet!
friendly service, clean and quiet room, very reasonable price
great value, nice English speaking staff . Ok breakfast . Hard to find. Near the roundabout on the way out of town. near carrefour petrol station
Parking outside the room. Although just a plastic foam matress, the bed was surprisingly comfortable. Would have liked bacon and eggs for breakfast, or at least some meat products, like ham, for example. A DVD player would be an advantage to those guests who don't understand French as there are no english programs to watch on TV and, in any case, the TV reception was very poor quality. If you then rented DVDs for the night, you could make a bit more profit, perhaps? Tea/coffee making facilities in the room would be appreciated, as supplied in the UK.
Clean, modern hotel in quiet location Beds very hard, no coffee-making facilities, room quite small and basic
Acces Breakfast was not always with fresh bread
Being able to book in anytime, clean room and good shower.
Pass Old fashioned and shabby. Collections of old radios in every corner don't seem to have been dusted for a long time.
Staff amiable and helpful. beautiful hunting lodge. nice food, good breakfast with great coffee! Bedroom sombre needs more lighting. surprised not one vegetarian dish on the menu.
The restaurant was superb. The best food we had in Normandy, which says a lot because we had a lot of good food. Parts of the room had not been dusted in quite a while.
The standard room we booked was extremely nice - with bed and breakfast for £100 a couple very good value. Room was a good size with a large comfortable double bed, and all very clean. The bathroom was also very clean a good size, with marble effect finish. The breakfast provided a good choice with bread etc... refreshed during service to ensure it was fresh. The staff were very helpful and friendly although they had limited command of English which for us added to the charm. The swimming pool although not big was clean and ample for it's purpose. A refreshing treat. I can't fault the hotel location or the welcome or cleanliness. I would not hesitate to recommend it. The evening meal we had was a little pricy (started at 25 euro's for a two course meal up to about 50 euro's per person, 16 euro's for a cheap bottle on wine ranging to very expensive). That said we couldn't fault the food it's self and service (which was Cordon Bleu style incl half pigeon, sole etc...). To eat elsewhere would mean a short drive.
A very nice Renaissance "hunting pavillon" right in the middle of a deep forest. A calm and cosy place to rest. Rooms are rather noisy as the structure is old and poorly insulated. This is not really acceptable in such a pricely hotel.
Comfortable large room, lovely grounds Rather formal, food quite expensive, reception not particularly welcoming
The hotel in in a superb countryside seting, large bedroom and great atmosphere. Quiet setting
I liked the country setting and walks and the relaxed atmosphere around the swimming pool. The free bikes were in a terrible condition and unroad worthy. The gourmet food was let down by a very poorly prepared main course (lamb).
The staff was very friendly in accomodating us and the petite mason was perfect for my brother and I. No
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.
Friendly staff, family rooms, clean, good value, restaurant on site
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.
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.
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.
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.
The hotel was a perfect stop over on our way to Bordeaux. We were arrived very late, but the staff were very accommodating, making sure we could get into the room outside of check-in times. The room ewas very comfortable and the location very peaceful.
Comfortable bed - if rather small for a modern double - and with nice clean, fresh sheets. Surroundings are wonderful, if only they hadn't been let go to rack and ruin. (See below). Nice staff: we felt rather sorry for them, clearly working under difficulties eg receptionist in the morning also had to make breakfast as requested as well as take money. They were positive about the coming improvements and obviously liked their new boss, who had good ideas to make the place more comfortable and attractive. The whole place oozed neglect: we understand a substantial building and overhaul is scheduled for this winter, but really the rooms (ours, anyway) are so shabby: wallpaper peeling from walls; dated furnishings; scruffy-looking bedcovers; a bath that fills in dribbles from a clearly blocked system; inadequate hot water supply. Coffee provided in rooms but you had to go to the corridor to a communal kettle if you wanted to use it! We decided it was adequate for our purposes - one night stopover - so definitely not worth a complaint, though when I made a mild comment about the age of the room, was told 'nothing else available' though the hotel was clearly largely empty!
Beautiful setting, very warm welcome. Excellent service, very accomadating. Rooms are very dated and although we had hot water in the shower, we couldnt run a bath. A light fitting fell on us in the morning!
Very nice people working in there, good position in the nature Be careful, the name on the sign on the road is different! However, it's the only big yellow sign on the way out of Vimoutiers