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With a stay at Le Refuge in Mornas, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Triumphal Arch of Orange and Jean-Henri Fabre Museum. Featured amenities include luggage storage and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Wonderful Hosts. Very Friendly. Great location. Recommend strongly
Pros: Lovely, lovely and lovely again owners.... Dominique and Patrick are incredible hosts, one has to go there to experience the feeling. Their presence and kindness is only topping up the property itself... brilliant experience and an excellent stopping point to visit the region... 10 + for everything!
Cons: NOTHING TO REPROACH !!!!
Pros: The Refuge is a terrific place. Dominique and Patrick are fantastic hosts. We spent two night in the Edelweiss apartment. It is much more you can expect from the pictures. The Refuge is a perfect location for spending some days in the area. It is close to Avignon, to the Rhône and the CDP... many caves and chateaus in the vicinity. The Refuge is highly recommended.
Cons: Nothing to report.
Pros: Everything! It is truly a refuge; we spent two nights here and felt like we'd had a week long holiday. The chalet we stayed in was cosy, and the AC worked perfectly. The bed was comfortable and it was so quiet there that we slept really well! The pool is divine, and there's plenty of shade next to the pool. Breakfast is a feast! And so is dinner if you choose to eat here! The hosts will do everything they can to make your stay a pleasure. We really didn't want to leave, and even checked if our room was available for one more night but it unfortunately wasn't, we would've stayed an extra night without hesitation! Harmonious, charming and welcoming. We can't wait to be back!!! Thank you Patrick and Dominique!!!
Housed in a former wine cellar, La Cour du Rhone is situated in Saint-Étienne-des-Sorts, 8 km from Marcoule Nuclear Site and 12 km from Bagnols-sur-Cèze. The room offers a TV, a desk and a seating area. Free WiFi and a private bathroom are also available. Breakfast can be served in the lounge room, in the comfort of your room (upon request) or on the terrace, which offers views of the Rhone River. Two restaurants can be found in the area. Orange is 22 km from La Cour du Rhone, while Saint-Rémy-de-Provence is 60 km from the property. The nearest airport is Avignon-Provence Airport, 45 km from the property.
Pros: Great quirky bedroom, centre of village, very helpful owner, great breakfast. Hope to stay again.
Pros: The owner was very friendly. Beautiful room.
Pros: We couldn't have been more pleased with the welcome and helpfulness from the owners being made to feel at home straight away. Everything was great..Thanks.!!
Cons: Only the weather. But in early March you take what comes..
Pros: Hospitality of owner. Flexibility. Equipment if the room. Quiet!
Cons: No fridge
With a stay at Guesthouse Chez Cecile, you'll be centrally located in Mornas, within a 15-minute drive of Triumphal Arch of Orange and Jean-Henri Fabre Museum. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Location - Mornas is a beautiful historical village
Cons: breakfast could be better
Pros: Friendly owner, parking was easy. Near motorway but quiet
Cons: At 10 euros each the breakfast was too expensive. We did not have it.
Pros: Very quiet, comfortable room n environment. Enjoyed good sleep. Chef Cecile is a wonderful host, warm n friendly. She's an Excellent chef, lovely dinner n good selection fot breakfast. She introduced us a good wine selection n finished with a beautiful liqueur.
Pros: Friendly, nice location
Cons: Breakfast could be more local stuff but anyway it was ok
Pros: Really kind people and clean simple rooms.
Pros: Hostess Cecile was very helpful and breakfast was good. Car was secure at night.
Pros: Cecile is awesome, you should take the time to chat with her, it was a pleasure
Located in Mornas, Hôtel Restaurant Le Manoir is within a 15-minute drive of Triumphal Arch of Orange and Orange Amphitheatre. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Event facilities at this hotel consist of a conference center and a meeting room. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: Classic architecture, large sitting room on first floor
Cons: The restaurant is closed on Mondays, so we had to eat elsewhere. It turned out OK, but we were looking forward to the restaurant.A pleasany property
Pros: Atmospheric. Restaurant good.
Cons: Room fairly plain.
Pros: Bed comfortable
Cons: Really old fashioned. Bed good but room totally different to the ones on the photo. Right beside the main national road. Beside the national road toy have the motorway!
Pros: Very little other than the location.
Cons: We expected that as this is a hotel we would have an evening meal. On arrival we discovered that we were the only guests and that as we had not made a reservation for an evening meal the chef would not be available. It was suggested by the receptionist that the chef could be called in but we declined on the basis that we would be the only ones in the dining room. It transpired that the only other places to eat in the village had closed their kitchens as it was a bank holiday. We were told that we would not be able to move our car out of the car park until after 08.00 which was not acceptable so had to park on street. The whole experience was very disappointing especially as we have stayed here before, some years ago, and had an much better experience. Best advice, go somewhere else.
Pros: Had a decent dinner in the evening.
Cons: The most unwelcoming place we have ever stayed, sandwiched between the railway and the motorway/N7. Desperately needs investment. We chose the hotel specifically because we needed the secure on site parking if offered because we were travelling in a vintage car from an event: when we arrived after a very long day not only was the hotel locked but we and other guests were denied entry for an hour. Worst of all the road outside the hotel was closed for resurfacing so there was no access for vehicles into the car park and the proprietor was absolutely unhelpful. It had been closed for three days which would have given us plenty of time to change our booking had he bothered to contact us. No lift so had to carry all our luggage from along the street up stairs and along corridors, two journeys, to a horrible room. Met the mayor while trying to find a parking place; he immediately offered us the use of his office car park. In the end the proprietor, who seemed to be arguing with everyone, offered us his personal parking space - next to his Porsche. We would not recommend this hotel to anyone.
Pros: location is lovely, in the centre of the old village. There is an inviting courtyard and the restaurant is good.
Cons: Somewhat overpriced. The building needs some attention. We arrived early but were not allowed to access our room, in spite of being very tired after a night on the couchettes on the Corsica ferry.
Pros: Location. Whole ambience of sleepy walled courtyard old typically french rural hotel.
Cons: Service a bit slow. No dining until 7.30 earliest.
Pros: The building and garden were very attractive
Cons: Room was tired and the maintenance was poor. No toilet paper in bathroom, basin plug did not work, toilet felt as if it was coming off wall, only hand held shower in bath and no screen or curtain. Broken glass in window. Restaurant was not open and we were told we should have phoned beforehand to book although this information is not on their Web site or on Booking.com. Only spoke English when we complained, rest of the time they made us struggle in French.