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With a stay at La Demeure Des Maitres in Chirols, you'll be in a regional park, within a 15-minute drive of Thermes de Vals-Les-Bains and Monts d'Ardèche Regional Nature Park. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Great place. Very nice staff! Highly recommended
Pros: A small converted farm into 3 gites and their accommodation Food was excellent and ALL home made.
Pros: The rooms were clean and comfortable lovely size as well with some facilities to make a meal.The breakfast was wonderful !
Cons: Only down side is that you have to drive out fir an evening meal but as long as you are aware of that then you can plan ahead.
Located in Montpezat-sous-Bauzon, L'Auberge de Monpezat is in a rural location, within a 15-minute drive of Monts d'Ardèche Regional Nature Park and Camping Le Ventadour Ardeche. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The rooms were very spacious with large beds and very clean shower rooms. The bistro below was warm and welcoming. The menu reflected the location in that included rabbit and wild boar but brought up to date with a modern twist. The village is interesting and ancient in a mountainous region of the Ardeche. Julius Cesaer passed through it in February 52bc en route for the Auvergne.
Pros: Great location, with wonderful owners, one native English speaker. Superb restaurant (need to book!). Excellent breakfast. It is on the main road but our room was still very quiet.
Pros: The welcome was very friendly, great advice about where to park. Food was superb, some of the best we have eaten anywhere. Room was very comfortable, great shower, lovely views from the furnished balcony. As a couple we found it extremely comfortable and better than we would have anticipated. Will try to stay there another time. Food A plus
Cons: Nothing The drive was exciting, lots of bends and beautiful views. The Hotel perfect and staff excellent. AAAA PLUS
Pros: Great place. Fabulous people and the food was out of this world.
Pros: Lovely place! Alex the host was fabulous! Food was great in the restaurant! A bunch of organic options! Because I’m gluten free the chef prepared food especially for me! Alex helped with the wine selection! Fabulous wine list. In a beautiful part of France!
Cons: The shower room was very small.
Pros: The one man staff who served us was a very charming person. We felt completely at home.
Cons: The description of how many steps. I am partially disabled and the steps were difficult.
Set in a 16th century house, Domaine du Lac Ferrand sits in the Monts d’Ardèche Natural Regional Park, 3 km from the Vestide du Pal and Suc de Bauzon volcanoes. Offering exposed stone walls and wooden beams, the non-smoking guest rooms come with an en suite bathroom with free toiletries, hairdryer and bathtub. The suite also offers a seating area. A continental breakfast is served every morning. Hot and cold beverages can be enjoyed on site. A small supermarket and restaurants can be found 8 km away in Sant-Cirgues-en-Montagne. In winter, guests can go snowshoeing or cross-country skiing on site. Chavade Ski resort is 25 km away. Le-Puy-en-Velay Train Station is 65 km away, while Aubenas is 38 km away.
Pros: We had a very nice time in this exceptional place and a warm welcome from the owners. Great food and comfortable room specially in such a remote place. To be discovered with the kids, next time.
Pros: The perfect sport to hike and a very good and friendly host! Good food and Included breakfast!
Cons: The rooms under the roof have a very little window.
Pros: The best thing about this chambre d'hôte is its location - nestled up in the hills above the Ardèche. The drive up to the property is impressive and the place is a walker's paradise with trails leading directly from the grounds. The building is beautiful, particularly from the outside, and the hosts welcoming. The breakfast was fairly good and included bread, croissants, jam, fruit, yoghurt, children's cereals, juice (not freshly squeezed), cheese and meats and eggs that can be boiled. The bathroom was well equipped with a decent hairdryer and good water pressure although the bath only had a hand shower which could not be fixed to the wall.
Cons: Unfortunately, at Euros 123 per night, this place did not live up to expectations in terms of comfort or facilities. The room was a decent size but the bed and bedding uncomfortable and ill appointed. A foam mattress on a wooden slatted base led to a bad night's sleep. The bedding itself is not so much vintage chic as jumble sale remnants - a crumpled, badly fitted mix of dated sheets and blankets. The photo attached was taken before we had used the bed. It also got very cold in the small hours. There is no television or phone signal and wifi is patchy, and although this wasn't a problem for us, it's important to note in advance of a visit. The guest house does not have a bar or restaurant (although the hosts are happy to make local reservations) so it seems very strange that there is no provision at all for tea and coffee making facilities either in the room or in the unused seating area downstairs. Somewhere to make a late night or early morning hot drink would have been much appreciated, particularly at this price which is almost double the rate of other local guest houses and small hotels. While the hosts are happy to oblige with individual requests, this is not always convenient or timely. The interior decor of the place is at odds with the exterior - mainly dark colours and mismatched furniture, cheap looking polyester tablecloths, and synthetic ceilings. It felt as if everything had been bought from a closing down sale. It was a long way from the country house style that it appears to offer from the outside. I am not usually a harsh reviewer, but this place felt as if it was in desperate need of some real tlc and attention to detail, or a more realistic price band.
Situated in Meyras, 41 km from Montélimar, Maison Sous Le Pont B&B boasts a terrace and sun terrace. Free WiFi is featured throughout the property and free private parking is available on site. All rooms come with a flat-screen TV. Upon reservation and for an extra charge, guests can enjoy beauty treatments including facials and massages at the on-site beauty salon. Aubenas is 12 km from Maison Sous Le Pont, while Prades is 6 km from the property.
Pros: Everything ! Very friendly hosts and great cooks, Umberto and Nicole did everything to make us feel comfortable, just like at home. Superb property on the river side, well located in the heart of authentic Ardèche.
Cons: Nothing really but looking forward, during our next stay, to seeing the future veranda overlooking the river !
Pros: Great small house on the riverside
Pros: Very warm welcome from a lovely family and an excellent dinner and breakfast. The Aperos were an unexpected excellent idea!
Pros: This is a lovely property right on the Ardeche River. The river was quite high when we were there so we weren’t able to swim, but it was amazing to watch and listen to. The rooms are small but comfortable and the breakfast was fantastic. There is a nice verandah overlooking the river where breakfast is served. The hosts welcome you and make you feel like one of the family. We loved our brief stay!
Pros: We liked everything about this tiny but charming B&B situated under a bridge on the banks of the Ardèche. Rooms are equipped with extremely comfortable beds and bedding our room looked out onto the river. There are bedside tables, tissues and plugs on both sides of the bed as well as a television. The breakfast included freshly squeezed orange juice and home made breads and jams as well as muesli, yoghurt, fresh fruit, cheese, eggs etc. The hosts make some large comfortable outdoor cushions available for lounging on the rocks and we swam in the deep fresh water. This chambre d'hôte represents incredible value for money. Worth noting too that one of the owners also runs a small beauty and hair salon on site which proved extremely useful. Nothing was too much trouble for these super hosts.
Cons: The rooms are very small which may prove troublesome for some guests but really nothing at all we didn't like.
Auberge de Barnas offers an outdoor swimming pool and a hot tub. The property is located in the heart of Monts d’Ardèche National Park, along the Ardèche River, just off the N102. Free WiFi is available. Rooms at Barnas are simply decorated in a contemporary style and feature a flat-screen TV. Each room is soundproof and some rooms offer a balcony with views of the river. A continental breakfast can be enjoyed every morning on the terrace overlooking the swimming pool. The hostel also has a traditional-style restaurant and a bar. The chef prepares meals with fresh and seasonal produce. Additional facilities include a garden with a playground. Private car and motorbike parking is free on site.
Pros: Cooked food superb Breakfast, very limited - but owner went out for my request for muesli Owners and staff couldn't have been more helpful and welcoming Area /setting is beautiful
Cons: Accomodation basic, but perfectly adequate Expensive
Pros: Very friendly people, very clean and the cuisine is outstanding!
Cons: Room on 3rd floor with no lift, so was quite difficult with dog and luggage.
Pros: The couple who run Retour aux Sources are very helpful and friendly The mountain location - close to superb locations for getting to know Ardeche The breakfast was excellent with the croissant , home-made jam, top quality Apple juice and freshly made coffee particularly notable Also offers a good restuarant
Cons: Gives onto a well-used road through mountains which means some traffic noise and care should be taken by those with younger children
With a stay at Hotel Restaurant La Gravenne in Thueyts, you'll be 10.1 mi (16.2 km) from Thermes de Vals-Les-Bains and 23.1 mi (37.1 km) from Col de Meyrand. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The owners were very friendly and helpful. The beds were comfy and the room was small but adequate. We didn't have dinner there but we did have breakfast which was lovely with a good choice of products.
Cons: The hotel was in need of a little updating. We found it a bit noisy as the sound seemed to echo when guests were entering or leaving their rooms.
Pros: Nicely located. Near restaurants and a parc. Staff was extremely nice and helpful.
Cons: Located downtown, you can hear traffic if you open the windows. Some spider web on the ceiling.
With a stay at Hôtel - Restaurant les Marronniers in Thueyts, you'll be steps from Monts d'Ardèche Regional Nature Park and a 3-minute drive from Devil's Bridge. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, laundry facilities, and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Good location. Free parking in front. Nice walking opportunities.
Cons: Nothing at all
Cons: The room is very very small, no air-condition, no fans, has bad smell when the window are closed but very noisy when they are open.
Pros: Location on square of beautiful village
Cons: Staff seemed unhappy and therefore this affected atmosphere of whole stay
Pros: Top Breakfast, Very good Dinner
Pros: The place and the hospitality were more than amazing. The hosts were incredibly nice to us, they have such a lovely taste in every single detail. They made our stay very comfortable and enjoyable and we definitely want to stay with them again. They also provided us with home made super delicious French breakfast and played guitar for us while having it in the garden. The breakfast and the guitar were a remarkable highlight for our stay.
Pros: This is such a wonderful place to stay that I don't know where to start. The house has been lovingly restored with beautiful wooden beams and floors, and our rooms (the one bedroom suite) were spacious, light, comfortable and clean. Kamille was a wonderful host, letting us check in late (a dodgy sat-nav led us astray) and even arranging for some delicious food. Breakfast was superb - the term "continental" doesn't do it justice - we had homemade bread, homemade jam and local honey (it was so good we even bought some to take away). Other things to note: we couldn't hear any of the other guests, we didn't make use of it but there's a well-equipped kitchenette in the suite, the shower was great - but note that you need your own toiletries. Everyone one of our party said they would like to go back and stay longer next time.
Cons: This is by no means a complaint but it's worth being aware that the top flat which we rented is accessed via some very steep stairs. My mum, who's 70 with a slight knee problem, managed but it wouldn't be suitable for someone with more limited mobility - there are other rooms, so I suggest checking in with Kamille. We had the 'One-Bedroom Suite' for reference.
Pros: An amazing early century decoration, you feel like life stopped a 100 yrs ago, very cozy and you feel home in no time. The owner is a wonderful, warm and very welcoming lady. I’d DEFINITELY recommend this place to anyone who needs to reconcile with nature and an calm and beautiful environment. A car is needed though since there is nothing closer than 10 km
Natural Spa provides studios with direct access to the Neyrac les Bains Thermal Spa in the Ardèche region. It has free Wi-Fi and free parking. Natural Spa studios are equipped with a telephone, TV and private bathroom with shower. Each one also has seating area and kitchenette. The studios have a balcony overlooking the spa centre and are accessible by lift. Studios are located either in Natural Spa or in La Résidence, which is next door. You can also reserve beauty treatments and to use the hot tub in the on-site spa.