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Nozeroy, Jura, France
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Auberge Le Sillet - Longcochon - Building
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8.7 Excellent (226 reviews)
Overview Reviews
Set in an old, renovated barn, just 2 km from Nozeroy Train Station and 14 km from Frasne Train Station,Auberge Le Sillet offers a regional restaurant with a fireplace and a wood stove. You can visit the horses on site and rides in a horse-drawn carriage are possible. The majority of rooms at Auberge Le Sillet have a private bathroom with shower and free toiletries, while some have a shared bathroom. They all include a wardrobe. A buffet breakfast is available every morning. After breakfast, you can relax playing table football or using free Wi-Fi access in the public areas. Two shared lounges with a TV and a fireplace are also available at the property. The property is situated 10 km from the Ain Springs, 37.7 from Arbois and 35 km from Château de Joux. Metabief Ski Resort, Chalain Lake and the Hérisson Waterfalls are all 30 km away.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Everything, welcoming staff, tasty breakfast
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Loved the setting, staff, animals and food. Perfect for family.
Cons: Nothing
9.2 Excellent
Pros: This auberge is managed by a family . Very nice host and 2 lovely dogs . Clean rooms , good restaurant, and nice longes to rest and watch some TV. The highlight is the Horse riding walking in the countryside, very clam and fun. We totally recommend it .
Cons: Staying too short .
8.3 Excellent
Pros: Extremely friendly hosts, we felt like visiting our grandmother in the countryside, enjoying a real hospitality. No problems with late check-in. Excellent regional food served in the restaurant. Good location, if you like a peaceful and quite places, feeling close to nature. Extraordinary possibility to take a horse riding.
Cons: Basic breakfast. No wifi access.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Friendly staff, great breakfast, lovely atmosphere, fantastic location
7.5 Good
Pros: Nice view, friendly staff. In the right place for our journey. Food available on site.
Cons: I expect this would be a great place to stay as part of an adventure holiday. It felt a bit spartan and youth hostel like to us, but ok for a stopover. We ate there, as no choice, and the lack of options is a problem if you have any kind of special diet. Bread, cheese, ham and lettuce was the dinner, take it or leave it! I was grateful that they charged me less for not having the ham (as vegetarian.)
Les Remparts - Nozeroy - Building
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8.4 Excellent (219 reviews)
Overview Reviews
A stay at Les Remparts places you in the heart of Nozeroy, and within a 10-minute drive of Haut-Jura Regional Nature Reserve. Featured amenities include multilingual staff and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
9.6 Excellent
Pros: Just renovated
7.9 Good
Pros: Stylish newly renovated room. Very quiet location. Easy to access & park. Kitchen with large dining area available.
Cons: One of the least comfortable beds I ever had - extremely soft combined with a firm pillow. Breakfast nice and tasty however no variety.
7.5 Good
Pros: Nozeroy is a beautifully located town glorious views all around. Our hotel room looked out over fields, you could hear cow bells, it was extremely quiet. The room was all new, shower excellent, good bed
Cons: The floor of our room was dirty. The evening meal was poor, and there was no where else to eat in town
9.6 Excellent
Pros: This place is such great value and a lovely location, a little magic to arrive finding the village on a hilltop behind old beautiful walls. The B&B is sweet and have a lovely restaurant for breakfast and dinner. The owner is lovely and creates a nice atmosphere. This was our 4th stay coming to and from ski holiday and we will defiantly come back again.
7.1 Good
Pros: The village was so quaint and charming. The merchants were friendly and helpful (be prepared to speak French!) Had everything one would need for a short stay in the area. A true experience of rural life in France. Perfect spot to visit the region.
Cons: 'Pool' small and dirty. Close to 40 degree heat wave so my kids determined to go in. Took them half an hour to clean it out. Dirt and bird droppings still in it, my wife declined. Shower in room but shared toilet end of hallway ( typical of europe to have random washroom set up) No air con (again not uncommon) 'Petit dejeuner' not worth the price for a croissant and coffee
6.7 Good
Pros: This hotel/ pension offers very good value for money and is clean and comfortable. The room we stayed in had clearly recently been refurbished, in fact probably restructured to an extent as one interior wall had yet to be rendered or painted. Having said that the room was comfortable and a reasonable size for a family room. The en-suite bathroom and toilet were separate, which also works well when there are four people in the room! While the plumbing seemed a little dodgy when using the toilet and sink, the shower (also apparently new) was first class in terms of pressure. Les Remparts is a bit unusual, but is value for money for a one-night stopover. A more detailed review of this accommodation can be found on https://undercoverofthewrite.wordpress.com/. Check it out and join the debate.
Cons: The accommodation is spread over two locations across the road from each other, which is not immediately obvious on arrival. Neither appeared to be open but, fortunately, a local resident appeared and went and fetched our hostess from one of them. We were then showed to our room (in the other building) and finally asked if we would be taking breakfast. When we declined, the relief of the woman was palpable! We later saw her leaving the village by car. Once she had gone it was clear that the hotel was completely unmanned. Also, the restaurant – lauded on Bookings.com – was closed as, indeed, was the whole village. Luckily we had some cheese, baguettes and wine in the car! It was the ghost hotel in a ghost village as we seemed to be the only guests in a hotel with no staff and a village with no resident!
6.7 Good
Pros: Interesting small village. People were friendly and helpful. Room had a nice view and was comfortable.
Cons: Many shops and restaurants only open periodically. Renovations were taking place on the property and outside the room it was not ready for occupants.
7.5 Good
Cons: All the bars and restaurants closed on a Monday....we had to travel for 15 mins to nearest large town, where the only restaurant open was McDonald's....slightly disappointing after a 400 mile drive...wish we had known beforehand!

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Les Remparts - Nozeroy - Building
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8.4 Excellent (219 reviews)
Overview Reviews
A stay at Les Remparts places you in the heart of Nozeroy, and within a 10-minute drive of Haut-Jura Regional Nature Reserve. Featured amenities include multilingual staff and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
9.6 Excellent
Pros: Just renovated
7.9 Good
Pros: Stylish newly renovated room. Very quiet location. Easy to access & park. Kitchen with large dining area available.
Cons: One of the least comfortable beds I ever had - extremely soft combined with a firm pillow. Breakfast nice and tasty however no variety.
7.5 Good
Pros: Nozeroy is a beautifully located town glorious views all around. Our hotel room looked out over fields, you could hear cow bells, it was extremely quiet. The room was all new, shower excellent, good bed
Cons: The floor of our room was dirty. The evening meal was poor, and there was no where else to eat in town
9.6 Excellent
Pros: This place is such great value and a lovely location, a little magic to arrive finding the village on a hilltop behind old beautiful walls. The B&B is sweet and have a lovely restaurant for breakfast and dinner. The owner is lovely and creates a nice atmosphere. This was our 4th stay coming to and from ski holiday and we will defiantly come back again.
7.1 Good
Pros: The village was so quaint and charming. The merchants were friendly and helpful (be prepared to speak French!) Had everything one would need for a short stay in the area. A true experience of rural life in France. Perfect spot to visit the region.
Cons: 'Pool' small and dirty. Close to 40 degree heat wave so my kids determined to go in. Took them half an hour to clean it out. Dirt and bird droppings still in it, my wife declined. Shower in room but shared toilet end of hallway ( typical of europe to have random washroom set up) No air con (again not uncommon) 'Petit dejeuner' not worth the price for a croissant and coffee
6.7 Good
Pros: This hotel/ pension offers very good value for money and is clean and comfortable. The room we stayed in had clearly recently been refurbished, in fact probably restructured to an extent as one interior wall had yet to be rendered or painted. Having said that the room was comfortable and a reasonable size for a family room. The en-suite bathroom and toilet were separate, which also works well when there are four people in the room! While the plumbing seemed a little dodgy when using the toilet and sink, the shower (also apparently new) was first class in terms of pressure. Les Remparts is a bit unusual, but is value for money for a one-night stopover. A more detailed review of this accommodation can be found on https://undercoverofthewrite.wordpress.com/. Check it out and join the debate.
Cons: The accommodation is spread over two locations across the road from each other, which is not immediately obvious on arrival. Neither appeared to be open but, fortunately, a local resident appeared and went and fetched our hostess from one of them. We were then showed to our room (in the other building) and finally asked if we would be taking breakfast. When we declined, the relief of the woman was palpable! We later saw her leaving the village by car. Once she had gone it was clear that the hotel was completely unmanned. Also, the restaurant – lauded on Bookings.com – was closed as, indeed, was the whole village. Luckily we had some cheese, baguettes and wine in the car! It was the ghost hotel in a ghost village as we seemed to be the only guests in a hotel with no staff and a village with no resident!
6.7 Good
Pros: Interesting small village. People were friendly and helpful. Room had a nice view and was comfortable.
Cons: Many shops and restaurants only open periodically. Renovations were taking place on the property and outside the room it was not ready for occupants.
7.5 Good
Cons: All the bars and restaurants closed on a Monday....we had to travel for 15 mins to nearest large town, where the only restaurant open was McDonald's....slightly disappointing after a 400 mile drive...wish we had known beforehand!