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|Distance to city center||8.0 mi|
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The auberge is situated in stunningly beautiful scenery in mountainous countryside. This was our second visit and this time we stayed 3 nights. Other visitors while we were there stayed regularly. The rooms are really comfortable with a kettle for hot drinks. Breakfast is local, fresh produce and very generous. Lunch and dinner (not all week) are possible but should be booked in advance as William is a great chef and the little restaurant is often sold out - again all local ingredients inspirationally combined. Walking and cycling allows you to experience dramatic but very peaceful scenery. The medieval village is delightful and there are dramatic river gorges and perched villages nearby. The town of Serres has a tourist information office which sells locally farmed mohair, wool and linen clothes plus honey, jam, lavender products, semi precious stones etc and you can visit the producers. There is also a craft shop just out of town on the road to Gap and Grenoble which has local ceramics and jewellery. Some of the mountain side roads are very dramatic- steep with hairpin bends but the views are stupendous.
It rained on Sunday but this didn’t stop us visiting the art exhibition in Serres situated in various old buildings. Sadly the Auberge cannot control the weather.
The night we stayed there was a village fete that meant very loud music until 3am. Then at 4 am the village lads decided to do ‘doughnuts’ in the car park opposite our bedroom window. And there’s no airco so we had to have the window open. We ate dinner there and were asked be in the dining room at 8.15 pm because they said they were rather busy. With only about 24 people in the dinner room, we were served a drink and food only arrived after almost an hour. Our main course arrived about 10pm and our dessert was served much more speedily as they obviously wanted us out of the dining room. The food was fairly good but did not warrant the time between courses.
Nice Service, great food
Restaurant chairs not very comfortable in the heat
This a beautiful location and a delightful property to enjoy the surroundings We arrived very late due to motorway chaos in a torrential storm on a day the restaurant was closed. We were offered a "simple meal", n fact we received a delicious meal and desert all for 30 e. Breakfast was delicious, all local products. The kindness of our hosts touched us deeply on their day off. Hope to return on afor a few days walking in idylic surroundings when the restaurant is open
Lovely husband and wife team running the Auberge. The welcome was great and the rooms really clean and well equipped. The absolute pearl though is Williams cooking! Best meal of a long trip by far!
Absolutely nothing. Some may not like the slightly remote location but with great food, a bar and fantastic rooms I did.
Situated in LʼÉpine, Auberge des Baronnies has a restaurant, bar, terrace, and free WiFi throughout the property. The hotel features family rooms. Guests at the hotel will be able to enjoy activities in and around LʼÉpine, like hiking. Serres is 10 km from Auberge des Baronnies, while Sisteron is 43 km from the property.
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