Pros: Lovely helpful manager/owner, great location next to river. Very quiet, clean pool. Large breakfast.
Pros: My boyfriend arrived on our bikes - it was a beautiful spot to unwind after a long ride. The staff were very friendly and helpful!
Pros: The welcome and the situation were excellent for us
Cons: Disappointingly the previous good close by restaurant had been closed and all we could have for dinner would have been brought in so we were forced to drive out for dinner. We were participating at ...
Pros: Owner and staff were friendly and accommodating. The property is in a lovely setting out of town and evening meal by request was good as was breakfast. Garage storage for our cycles.
Pros: Peaceful, beautiful gardens running down to the river and a lovely swimming pool. Very helpful and friendly manager. Very clean rooms nice bathroom with hair drier and breakfast was very good. Great ...
Pros: One of very few decent hotels in that area Excellent staff, friendly and very happy to help with restaurant reservations and directions
Cons: The property needs a facelift
Pros: Lovely clean and bright rooms. Loads of Parking.
Cons: Internet (Satellite link) a bit slow for working which was frustrating but nothing that the owner can do about it.
Pros: Pleasant to walk to river and good pool. Breakfast was quite enjoyable.
Cons: We presumed when pre booking dinner that there was a restaurant on site. However the food was brought in and quite disappointing. No choice and uninspiring.
Pros: Lovely room very nicely presented. Bed very comfy. air con great. Parking just outside the room. All rooms on ground floor. Very comprehensive booklet in room giving visitor information of the area.
Cons: All great
Enjoy your visit to Le Vigeant with a stay at Hôtel Val de Vienne. Guests can splash around at the outdoor pool or grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. A seasonal outdoor pool and a garden are other highlights, and all rooms offer minibars and room service.
Pros: lovely couple that ran hotel , large measures , warm and clean , couldn't be more helpful
Cons: no kettle in room , no plug for bath , no wifi connection
Pros: Basic room, but well-appointed, comfortable, large. Good self-serve buffet breakfast.
Cons: Had do go out for dinner (no restaurant on site) but there are good choices in the vicinity.
Pros: Excellent customer service
Cons: No Heating
Pros: Friendly helpful staff, nice bar , easy to find, good parking, good quality bed lined and towels. Small and family run , good atmosphere. Good breakfast.
Cons: Currently being refurbished by new owners so for some parts work in progress but did not affect our stay.
Pros: Peaceful, quiet and friendly. Good bar which was very reasonably priced.
Cons: No restaurant but plenty available in the town.
Pros: Good location on our route south through France. Friendly owner
Cons: It was like being in my bedroom from 50 years ago!!. Not dirty but extremely basic. A coat of paint would help!! And a kettle!
Pros: Friendly owners, ,quiet, good parking and 10 minutes walk from the town.
Pros: Hotel is in great location, team in reception couldn't do more to welcome or help. Room very clean, functional and worked for us - we were house hunting so just stayed overnight for 3 nights. ...
Pros: Location. Owners speaking English. Family owned and operated, personalized and attentive service. Comfort. Value for money.
Cons: Nothing - everything excellent.
Located in Lussac-les-Châteaux, Hôtel Montespan offers simple accommodation with free Wi-Fi, a 1000 m² garden with plants and furnished terraces. Both Lussac Train Station and the Museum of Prehistory are 1,641 feet from the hotel. All of the rooms at Hôtel Montespan feature a TV, a wardrobe and a private bathroom with a bath or a shower. Some of the rooms are suitable for guests with reduced mobility. A buffet breakfast is served each morning in the communal lounge. There are restaurants 1,641 feet from the hotel. Free Wi-Fi connection is available throughout the property. Free private parking is also possible on site and Poitiers is 21.7 miles away. Several hiking paths and cycling trails start from the hotel.
Cons: Small single beds and very poor food - menu offered very little choice and every course had very little flavour apart from the canapes which were good!
Pros: Dinner excellent but no choice.You ate what they served .
Cons: Annexe room was tiny, extremely hot, very basic and overpriced for the standard. Traffic noise prevented us from opening the window.
Pros: Super pool. Great choice at breakfast. Good use of local produce. Helpful staff.
Cons: Wine brought to table late, opened and warm (rose) Member of staff aware of this and told us to leave it in the iced water. This was ineffective so we sent it back to be cooled. We made no more fuss. ...
Pros: Spacious room, large bed, lovely ambience
Pros: From the road you'd never stay there. Big mistake. Inside it is a glorious hotchpotch of attics and grand rooms, a banqueting barn, and a courtyard restaurant (covered). The tree-filled grounds ...
Pros: loved the place which had been very beautifully decorated and furnished except for the lighting which was too dark for the rooms.
Cons: the lighting was not helped by dark i.e.black shades and it was necessary to go into bathroom or toilet to see print etc.The staff were very superior apart from the young lady who took us to our rooms...
Pros: Breakfast was good but expensive. Staff were friendly. Quaint
Cons: Appalling position on the main road with lorries passing by the bedroom window all night making it impossible to sleep. Very poor. Overall price was far too high for what was provided. I wouldn't...
Pros: The staff quite helpful The car parking very secure
Cons: The choice of menus too limited The room very dark Breakfast too expensive No help with luggage either arriving or leaving
Cons: Bedroom quite small and not very stylish
Pros: Beautiful pool area and great restaurant, lovely friendly staff
Cons: The ladder in the family suite is steep, we are in our 30's and found it fine but would not want to be climbing it if I was not physically fit, we were warned when booking.
Located near a train station, Hôtel Restaurant Les Orangeries is a great choice for a stay in Lussac-les-Chateaux. The restaurant is the perfect spot for a bite to eat, and after having fun at the outdoor pool, you can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. A poolside bar and a seasonal outdoor pool are other highlights, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
Pros: When we arrived, we were given the large family room at no extra cost. They also gave us a welcome drink (in my case, I was desperate for a nice cup of tea!) We felt at home straight away and ...
Pros: Our hosts Tricia& Ian were exceptional hosts very friendly and nothing was too much trouble, great bed, lovely breakfast
Pros: Breakfast gpod
Cons: Road noisy
Pros: Ian and Tricia were wonderful. So helpful. So kind and friendly. Feeding the goats and sheep in the morning's was an added bonus.
Cons: We had to leave.
Pros: Kindness of Ian and Patricia. Comfortable bed. Spacious room. The house is located in a countryside village. They have sheeps and goats. Patricia give us as a present a good portion of English ...
Pros: Our hosts, Trish and Ian made our stay with them extra special, they even took us to a musical festival in the neighbouring village. The beds were extra comfortable, at last someone who understands ...
La Maison Jaune is a B&B located in the village of Bouresse, a 35-minute drive from the centre of Poitiers, and offers rooms with free Wi-Fi access in a house dating from 1875. The property features a small farm area with animals on site. Rooms include facilities for tea and coffee, and each room has a private bathroom with a shower and free toiletries. Guests can relax in the shared living room, where there is a TV. The garden also has barbecue facilities. A continental breakfast is served daily, and, with a small supplement, a full English breakfast is also available. You will find shops and restaurants in the village centre, 1,641 feet away. Undercover parking for cars and motorbikes is available. Circuit Val du Vienne is a 15-minute drive away.
Pros: Fabulous town, lots appear to be going on, in the town. Hotel pleasent room 'mean' though bathroom was fine. Unfortunately the receptionist didn't seem to know what she was doing. All ...
Cons: Bedroom very small
Pros: Food was top class French cooking.
Pros: The breakfast is good..the meal in the restaurant is really superb. We always eat there and it is always exceptional.
Cons: It was busy in Montmorillon and we booked late, so the available rooms were limited. THe room could have been better, but, in quieter times we have had better. Tant pis, Ed
Pros: The restaurant and bistro were fantastic, the staff were competent, welcoming and bent over backwards to help us, with booking, with a change of room and with collection from the station and of cars. ...
Cons: Air conditioner in bedroom a bit noisy. Shelf over the desk in bedroom a bit near head level and I bumped my head,
Pros: Meal in the hotel restaurant was superb 11 of us food and service excellent
Cons: Everything was fine no complaints
Pros: Very clean, well-equipped room, and lovely staff.
Pros: Staff, room, location, convenience were all good. Generally, a sensible good basic stay hotel.
Cons: There is no mini bar or tea/coffee facilities in room. Breakfast was a bit too basic. They used to have boiled eggs which would have lifted the choice.
Pros: Well placed for the old town.
Cons: Kettle, tea, coffee in the room. Bistro served the same menu on both days.
Cons: Bit expensive breakfast
Located near a train station, Hôtel de France is a great choice for a stay in Montmorillon. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Le Bistrot, which serves French cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Pros: A wonderful Family run Hotel who catered for all our requirements, Thank you.
Pros: Very close to my favourite French restaurant , our previous stay was equally as pleasant.
Cons: The town itself is very quiet with little else to do.
Pros: Friendly owner and family Reasonable price Easy parking
Cons: Disappointing evening meal Hot food was just microwaved from frozen in minute kitchenette behind the bar However was inexpensive
Pros: Very relaxed & welcome atmosphere. The owner (a serious marathon runner) speaks enough English & is very helpful & friendly. Room simply refurbished to a high standard. Menu is basic (...
Hotel des deux porches is a great choice for a stay in Verrieres. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and buffet breakfast is available daily. There's also a terrace, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
Cons: The extra 15 euros cleaning charge was in very small print - so was a big shock when we came to pay. Lovely stay and venue - will be perfect when the works are finished.
Pros: We loved staying in this place. It was so relaxing sitting out on terrace in evening. Despite the external grandeur, our host was really friendly and the atmosphere informal. Having access to the ...
Cons: The only thing that would have improved our stay would have been a better mattress on the bed. The cobwebs on stairs could have been removed too though they did add to the charm of place a bit. The ...
Pros: It looked amazing. Very grand. When I rang the second time to get help, someone did come. The owner eventually arrived and he was great - very concerned for my comfort.
Cons: I was the only guest, they have only just opened. At first I was in a room with no working kettle, no wifi, and no-one to ask for help. It was creepy staying in a chateau by myself. They need to have ...
Offering a terrace and views of the garden, Château de la Guillonnière is located in Dienné in the Poitou-Charentes Region. Poitiers is 11.8 miles away. There is a seating and/or dining area in some units. There is also a kitchenette in some of the units, equipped with a microwave. There is a private bathroom with a bath or shower and free toiletries in every unit. Towels are provided. Chasseneuil-du-Poitou is 14.9 miles from Château de la Guillonnière, while La Roche-Posay is 27.3 miles from the property.