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A perfect setting for a break, the ambiance, peace and quiet were really relaxing. This hotel is a little gem, no wonder it's often fully booked. The staff were pleasant and helpful.
This is a refreshingly different hotel with contemporary design and a positive approach to the environment.the breakfast featured some fine local produce such as home made yoghurt.
The decor of the rooms and the view from our room in particular was excellent looking out over the canal with a detached cottage on the opposite side nestled in amongst trees.
Wonderful hotel beautiful location, all the little finishing touches just right. Great concept fantastic breakfast, the best we had in France.
Very welcoming atmosphere, lovely village and the most comfortable bed ever in a hotel.
Spotlessly clean, well appointed, individual and extremely comfortable and welcoming I did not dislike anything. An excellent little hotel.
We had a wonderful stay, very nice room, affordable priceshelpfull staff and a good restaurant
An attractive rural hotel close to a small town with a fine walk along the river The food in the restaurant was a disappointment
Ease of location, informality, excellent food, peaceful setting,and genuine welcome extended by everyone we met.
Lovely setting. Good welcome. Menu presented to us in English which is always helpful and food was good. Nothing really to see or do in village itself.
The welcome was as warm as the hotel, which in January was very important. We loved this hotel. Nothing.
We liked the hotel location overlooking beautiful grounds. The hotel has a good, but limited and repetitive menu. Also, we found it difficult to carry cases passed a door at the top of the stairs, which opens over the stairs instead of the landing.
A nicely appointed room, windows that opened wide, lovely large comfortable bed, high quality all-cotton bedlinen, and a superb shower; all very clean and very quiet; free wifi an excellent addition; hotel has off-street parking and the location is ideal for anyone wanting to explore La Rochelle, Saintes, Cognac, or the surrounding region. The food was good, but the set dinner menu at the hotel restaurant was expensive for the limited options it offered; the town has a good bakery for anyone wanting an alternative to the hotel's breakfast, but is without alternate restaurant facilities; that said, there are numerous restaurants in St-Jean-d'Angely, only a few miles away.
old mid 19th century house, recently refurbished, very good breakfast the restaurant offers a fixed menu if prior reservation is made. no other places to eat in the village
Quite typical french hotel in nice surroundings ,Good food at reasonable prices No lift to first floor could be difficult for people with large luggage but proprieter would carry cases if desired.