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Situated in Montourtier, 12 km from Mayenne, Chateau de Bourgon features a garden and free WiFi. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a continental breakfast. A terrace is available on site and hiking can be enjoyed within close proximity of Chateau de Bourgon. Bagnoles de l'Orne is 44 km from the accommodation, while Laval is 32 km from the property. The nearest airport is Rennes Airport, 108 km from Chateau de Bourgon.
Pros: Alain & Isabelle were the best and most lovely hosts ever! Their castle is pretty remarkable for its history, art and culture. Upon request, they prepared a wonderful home-made dinner of pheasant terrine, scallops and the best creme brûlée. Breakfast was marvellous too. They made us feel like family and new friends. We hope to be back soon! Tip: Use Google maps as Waze brought us behind the chateau into the woods instead of to the entrance.
Pros: One of the absolute highlights of my latest trip to France! Alain and Isabelle are gracious, welcoming, effortless hosts. A stay here is much more like being a house guest than being in a hotel, and as such it's a beautiful window into French life and hospitality. We arrived in the evening, were showed to our room and welcomed down for aperitifs in the "small room" which turned out to be a cozy reception room where we met the other guests and were served a little tartiflette and champagne before being invited through to the candle lit, wood paneled dining room with places set ready for guests and hosts around a large table. Dinner was spectacular: Pate, ham and bread, followed by ratatouille, glazed ham and vegetables. All served with wine to suit, of course. A little cheese to follow, then a parfait dessert with a delicious berry coulis. It wasn't fancy or pretentious; it was just great food in an idyllic setting with good company. Breakfast was similarly lovely, with the typical continental choice. In the morning we were treated to a tour of the grounds, which included a visit to their 400 year old magic tree which has a face if you look hard. Legend has it if you touch him, close your eyes and make a wish, he will lend you his energy and give you good fortune in achieving what you wished for. The stables are worth seeing - a stunning three story building in itself - where they keep a couple of friendly white cart horses. There's also a little Chapel with incredible acoustics where artists sometimes exhibit. We were invited to see the archive and reading rooms upstairs where documents from the construction and life of the chateau are kept; apparently its quite unusual to have so much dating back so far. The library on the first floor is gorgeous, and, of course, there's a secret passage if you look hard enough...
Cons: Absolutely nothing.
Pros: We loved the excellent hospitality & terrific authentic castle. The hostess made us a wonderfull diner dining together with us with a bottle of good red wine (She ofered to open a bottle of Champagne but we prefered good red wine). In the morning my wife was taken to a lovly tour in her organuc veg. garden. We loved evry minit in the place. We were very soprised to find the autentic decoration andautentic picture on the walls. Wonderfull.
Pros: As soon as we arrived we were treated like family. We were treated to champagne and light bites with Alain and Isabelle and another guest. We were then brought to the beautiful dining room for a delicious home made meal accompanied by red or white wine. After dinner we were taken for a walk in the woods to see the beautiful surrounds of the chateau. In the morning after a lovely breakfast with Alain we were taken on a historic tour of the chatea. All in all an amazing experience which we would highly recommend.
Cons: Nothing that we did not like.
Pros: The hospitality was very good, nothing was too much trouble, we were very well looked after. The property was amazing.
Pros: The castle was wonderful, far from villages, close to a wood, on a meadow. Alain and Isabelle were so friendly and perfect hosts. Wonderful halls and rooms, and two lovely Cocker Spaniel dogs wondering around and trying to be petted
Pros: Chateau full of history, scenic, amazing & picturesque
Pros: Beautifully located in tranquil grounds, this wonderful chateau offers something unique. It has all the character of a fairy tale chateau, with hosts who are incredibly friendly and relaxed. Isabel and Alain couldn’t have been better hosts, offering excellent breakfasts and wonderful evening meals which they share with you and any other guests around a huge table with wonderful conversation and food. The rooms are huge, with lovely antique furniture and give a real insight into life in a chateau. Our bedroom was glorious and enormous. The bathroom had plenty of hot water and towels. You are welcomed as friends and I would love to return.
Cons: We loved everything. Don’t expect a chateau to be pristine, with ceilings that high you may be lucky enough to see a hidden cobweb, but this is part of the charm of a real life chateau.
Pros: The place was like a fairy castle. Very ancient and kept to a high standard. Lovely scenery. Food was home made and delicious. Owners were exceptionally kind and welcoming
Pros: everything was great! thanks!
With a stay at Grand Hotel in Mayenne, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Jublains Roman Village and Notre Dame de Mayenne. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Warm welcome with helpful staff. Great room with good access for partner with limited mobility. Easy parking, great restaurant and nice garden to sit an relax with a drink - even a red squirrel in the garden
Cons: Nothing - it really was good
Pros: good breakfast, location very good
Cons: food was not very good. not what i expect from a Logis
Pros: Breakfast was good. Beds were comfortable. Car parking was welcome.
Cons: Car park was a little cramped due to about a quarter of the car park being taken up by a large truck and a bus for the use of a number of cyclists. Still was able to park the car.
Pros: Tasty dinner - good breakfast - friendly professional staff
Pros: Food and location
Pros: Excellent food, both evening meal and breakfast! Very good service
Cons: Sadly view of river was other side of carpark.
Pros: Nice, comfortable hotel and very welcoming. Well located in the pleasant French town of Maryanne within a short walk of the town centre.
Cons: I have stayed in the Mayenne locality on several occasions. Lovely town but on Sunday evening virtually everything is closed. Fortunately one bistro was open and the food was good. As with other parts of France just be aware of local opening times.
Pros: Excellent hotel and grounds, beautiful room and fabulous restaurant. We were made to feel like we were very special guests, we were thoroughly spoiled. The meal was outstanding and we’d have happily paid more because the quality was amazing. We had a G&T in the lovely garden, table service too which was a bonus.
With a stay at Best Hotel Mayenne in Mayenne, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Jublains Roman Village and Notre Dame de Mayenne. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Bedroom/Bathroom very clean. Would recommend for an overnight stop.
Cons: We had dinner, poor choice.
Pros: We were given a warm welcome but unfortunately the restaurant was closed on a Sunday evening. The room was fine and the beds comfortable. As it turned out, the position (our of town) turned out to be helpful, chiefly because there was a bad problem with one of the cycles. This was resolved thanks to a welder whose work-shop was a short ride away from the hotel. There was a cycle shop nearby too (Giant) but being a Monday, this was closed. The staff at the hotel were friendly and helpful. We were able to store our cycles in a secure room in the main part of the hotel. We felt that we had received good value for money. Breakfast was good and plentiful.
Cons: We arrived at this motel on a Sunday evening to find that the restaurant was closed. After cycling a long distance, this was disappointing - the only place within walking distance was a McDonalds which we then ate in our room. This made the experience less than great.
Pros: Secure parking for motorbike. Clean and large rooms. Check in was quick. Friendly staff. Walking distance to the supermarket.
Cons: Not the hotels fault but had to walk on the grass verge to get to the supermarket. There was a pavement for most of the way but not all. We would still use this hotel again.
Cons: We booked for the weekend. As my wife and I don't have a great grasp of speaking french we wanted to stay at a hotel with a bar and restaurant. Unfortunately this is either not stated or not stated clearly when booking that the restaurant is not open on weekends which is bizarre. We went and booked into another hotel and was still charge for a nights stay. Needs to be stated clearer that there is no restaurants on weekends!
Pros: Stayed 1 night on a bike tour. Comfortable out of town hotel, but handy for the riverside path to Mayenne.
Pros: Good location, close to a big supermarket.
Cons: Asked to extend my stay by a day during check-in. Was told it was done, only to get a panic phone call on the last day telling me to pick up my stuff and vacate the room. Had to leave work and urgently drive over to relocate into another room, only to find out my key card wasn't working. Staff sent me back and forth (to the second floor with no lift) no less than 3 times, only to find out each time that indeed, the key card was still not working. Overall, not a bad motel (with an M, not an H), but the amateur customer service ruined an otherwise good impression. Also not clear why the WiFi required a new login each day - it's annoying in the Hilton, and double annoying in a private small town establishment.
Pros: Well located for Mayenne river cycle path. Friendly receptionist. Very clean comfortable room with direct access to outside. Secure parking. Quiet despite being close to road
Cons: No hairdryer in room. Despite being very clean the bed had an odour of a dog having been in the room.
Pros: Very clean and tidy. Room nice and warm.
Pros: breakfast is what you expect good
Cons: nothing to add
With a stay at Logis Hotel Beau Rivage in Moulay, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Jublains Roman Village and Notre Dame de Mayenne. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The location on the river is great. Very peaceful. Very good restaurant.
Cons: Room 21 is a disabled access room right next to a function room on the ground floor. It has an opening door but no window that opens, so not very secure at night in hot weather.
Pros: Location is excellent and staff helpful.
Cons: No lounge and nowhere to relax. It is a restaurant with rooms.
Pros: Quiet location. Food, wine and staff
Cons: Hair dryer in the room. We forgot to bring.
Pros: The location is good, with free parking. We had a lovely meal in the restaurant on Saturday night. Staff were accommodating.
Cons: There was an evening function on with a DJ/music until about 3 in the morning on the first night of our stay, so we didn't get much sleep. As far as I could see there was no mention of such functions on the website, and we just thought it was a restaurant with rooms. It was very hot and there was no air conditioning, but we had the window open and, luckily we didn't get mozzies coming in off the river past the curtains! The second night was quiet thankfully. However the restaurant was then closed and there was no breakfast available on Monday morning, although it says there is a buffet breakfast available each morning on the booking info. However the bistro that was recommended in a nearby village was very good, and we were able to buy patisserie in a local bakery on the way home. We were given a complimentary drink on the second night which was appreciated.
With a stay at La Marjolaine in Moulay, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Notre Dame de Mayenne and Herce Square. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The layout of the buildings; being able to kind outside on a balmy evening; use of the fabulous swimming pool before we had even booked into our room; delicious food; great presentation and superb breakfast.
Cons: Slight delay with our order for dinner.
Pros: Nice hotel in nice grounds by a river. Large comfy bed and a heated outdoor pool.
Cons: Restaurant is expensive and limited in choice. Wouldn’t be very good for kids and I wouldn’t have wanted to eat in there more than one night.
Pros: Fabulous surrounds. Lovely room overlooking river Great restaurant
Cons: The pool needs a revamp as it is rather letting the place down at present.
Pros: The restaurant food was superb!!!
Cons: Toilet seat broken. Light bulb out in bathroom. Sink plug not working. Carpet needs replacing. Room was bland, no pictures on the walls. The room lacked atmosphere. The shower was superb.
Pros: Locatin. Room in the chateau overlooking river. Wildlife. Good dinner
Pros: The location, the staff, the peace.
Pros: Lovely quiet rural location Nice little pool Good rooms Excellent resraurant
Pros: Lovely, quiet, rural location. Very good restaurant.
Located in Saint-Georges-Buttavent, La Grande Malardiere is within a 10-minute drive of Herce Square and Notre Dame de Mayenne. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Our hostess was great,nothing was too much trouble.
Cons: We would have loved an armchair in the bedroom, for greater comfort.
Pros: The host was very pleasant and accommodating.
Cons: No tea or coffee making facilities in the rooms. Was difficult to find needs a sign from the main road Only one Restaurant in the area, not walking distance. No food service at b&b.
Pros: Madame Jacqueline was the best hostess anyone could wish for. We came away with gifts of home-made jam (a la Jacqueline). As we had to miss le petit dejeuner on 2 days, Madam Jacqueline went to the trouble of providing us with food and coffee and home-made cake and bread, so that we could eat before we had to make our 2 very early starts. Much appreciated by us, especially when we had to be up and out extra early on the last day of our stay to catch the St Malo ferry home. Nothing was too much trouble for Madame and she made sure we were comfortable and had all we needed (and more). Thank you Madame, you helped us a lot.
Cons: Our grasp of the French language! We need to learn quickly. Madam Jacqueline was a very lovely hostess and it was clear that we could have had some good conversations if we had been a lot more fluent.
Pros: It was comfortable, clean, and the breakfast generous
Pros: Leaving to go to another hotel. Convenient location for the castle visit - but I had no time to do this thanks to the hotel's inflexibility in checking-in.
Cons: Sultry concierge who did not appear to give a damn. We arrive at 2.30pm and were told that the hotel did not receive guest until 4.00pm as they were not open. Yet it appeared that the concierge lived 10 metre across the courtyard. The location is great if you wish to visit the Castle, otherwise the hotel experience was one of the worst I have ever experienced. Full of white-van men slamming doors late into the night. Give this one a miss is my recommendation, as there are much better alternatives such as sleeping in the car.
Pros: The bed was comfortable and the location, despite being central, was quiet. The Indian restaurant beneath the hotel was very good. Breakfast wa swell worth the extra €9.
Cons: Early morning tea-making facilities would have been welcome.
Pros: Very friendly, and safe for single women walking around at night. Good restaurant was adjoined to the hotel. I left very early, but that wasn't a problem. Bed was comfortable
Cons: All as it should be, but every 30 mins the cistern would refill. But it had a great shower. You can only put the wifi code into one appliance, which was annoying as I couldn't work on my laptop.
Pros: Friendly staff and good location
Cons: Would be nice to have tea or coffee in room
Cons: The room that we booked with Booking.com was most probably the worst room we have ever seen. You should be ashamed to offer such accommodation
Pros: Very welcoming and helpful staff. Good breakfast and a much better choice of tea than anywhere else. Secure cycle store that the staff took our bike to. Bikes and panniers were covered in dried mud but the receptionist was only too delighted to find a brush to get things tidy again. Convenient for the town and nice views from an elevated position.
Cons: Usual little towels barely enough to dry after a shower. Gloomy bathroom but the shower was fine.
Pros: Basic hotel. Staff very helpful staying later as we were delayed en route. Bottle of water and box of tissues in room. Simple breakfast but bread and croissants excellent. Room and parking secure, close to square with restaurants although most closed on a Monday evening.
Cons: No Espresso coffee at breakfast
Pros: Location- the hotel is in the old city walls and has a panoramic cafe/ bar over the river. Our bikes were safely stored, our host was very welcoming and the family suite was perfect. The hotel offered very good value for money.
Pros: This is the second time that I have stayed at this hotel. On both occasions I was on a cycling holiday and just passing through. The dining room is great - though it's a real pity that there is no evening meal available here. The view over the river below is stunning from the dining room. The room was comfortable and as were the beds. When the owner was present we were made to feel welcome. She locked our cycles in a secure store room, which was great. The hotel is very central and within easy reach of decent places to eat. Value for money was OK, but not great.
Cons: Breakfast could have been better. The coffee was disappointing. It is described as a hotel but we found that it was closed until 16.00 and had to wait three hours to drop our stuff off, which meant that we didn't really have an opportunity to check out the sights in the pretty town of Mayenne.