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Rooms comfortable, evening meal good
Cleanliness Appearance Helpfulness of staff Restaurant high standard None
Very nice hotel. Near what we needed to be close to, helpful staff.
quite rooms were pretty small. It is okay for a few days but not for longer stays.
Quiet; easy to find; staff friendly. Restaurant was good.
Very pleasant place to stay, and the beach in Piru is bril. Staff were excellant. could do with wifi in rooms although it does work sitting outside
The setting was beautiful, staying in a Chateau was magical, breakfast excellent! The Creperie, the chef and the friendly dog all excelled as well! Not being able to check in until 5 pm
The manor is bit off the beaten track but if old and full of family history is you, then what a wonderful find - huge fireplaces, winding stone staircase and a four poster bed, to name but a few. Soft furnishings could do with being updated
The location is only excellent if you want a quiet place in the countryside. If you're after nightlife, forget it! Lovely lake, nice rooms and the best place we stayed on our trip round Normandy. Loved it.
staff were wonderful and freindly - will definately book again
The experience of staying in an old manor house. Very adequate creperie/restaurant. Friendly staff, nice surroundings. Economical 2 days. Did not realise it was an activity centre for youngsters - could be a bit noisy.
Beautiful Manoir with lakeside setting, Lovely food available at creperie adjacent to Manoir. Very relaxing break and friendly people both hosts & guests.
The Manoir de La Foulerie is a charming and stylish place to stay. The owners are friendly and helpful and the ambience is excellent. There is also a restaurant with genuine home cooking and a bar, unusual in B&Bs of this type, but in common with other French Hotels and B&Bs there is no hospitality tray to allow guests to brew up a cup of tea or coffee, as would found in most comparable British establishments. Highly recommended as a place of great tranquillity. A good place to chill out.
While the location of the hotel is remote the surrounding countryside and grounds are splendid. The Hotel itself is almost medieval with lots of character. We will certainly go back
Traditional decor with lovely stone fireplaces. Very nice owners. Big garden to explore plus lovely beaches approx 20 minutes by car. Bar and restaurant available on site. I would definitely go again.
The unique experience of living in a Normandy Manor house. A friendly host and the extremely pleasant atmosphere at the breakfast table (fire crackling in the large Norman fireplace). The WiFi connection did dot function, but steps were taken to remedy