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We were a group of 7 cyclist and the hotel was by the green cycle way from St Malo and we were going to La Baulle It was just in the right place and there were rooms for 3-5 people We enjoyed the evening meal.
Good dinner. Welcoming staff. A bit of a drag to go from Lancelot to Roi Arthur for booking in or out, for meals and all facilities.
Atmospheric old historical Manor in beautiful wooded and hilly countryside; just 20 minutes cycle ride down to the river, canal and the beautiful 12th century town of Malestroit. Large comfortable bedroom with good bathroom overlooking the countryside. Friendly and helpful husband and wife team who prepared and served very good breakfast and high quality table d'hôte dinners. Some of the public rooms felt unfinished but this is obviously a gradual work in progress
Everything was really well done. None
Nice bathrooms Over priced not very clean, seems very run down against photos on advert.
An old manor which is partly refurbished-we stayed in the higher comfort rooms- yes good and everything worked-which cannot be said for all French hotels! The welcome by the owners (for us)was a bit over the top. The owners speak English-meals are average price.Sad to say that France is now a Fast food zone and many restaurants are now poor value. However the "Manoir" is better than many although very limited menus- main dish costs around 14 euros(£12).Breakfast is high price at 11 euros(£9.35) but get a lot for your money(eggs,orange juice, selection of breads and crossants and enough butter to cook with!) The bath had a shower over but nothing to hold up the shower head-typical French odd ways-the owners say it was the plumbers fault....
Owners were very helpful and friendly. Food was of a high standard overall Would have liked a residents' lounge. The garden, although large was, was not very inspiring. It requires a pleasant terrace.
Loved the huge room, the wonderful view onto the main square of the town, and delicious crepes at breakfast.
An interesting experience! Very historical, set in the middle of a fascinating and mediaeval town. Possibly more of a Creperie with rooms, even though the rooms were meant to be at the luxury end of the market. The staff were sweet and very friendly. Rather quaint in a rather rustic way. We seemed to be the only guests. We were not put into the room we had booked, but were moved to a better room, which again was not one we had booked. The room we had booked was apparently occupied although we never saw any other guests! I think a change of staff was in progress. The bed was made, but nothing else done (i.e. changing towels etc) and it was not the quietest of places, being right on the street, where traffic is allowed except between 2 pm and 7 pm - on cobbled streets. I felt the price only reflected the position of the hotel, rather than it's facilities. Unlike England, no facilities in the room (eg coffee/tea making or even a TV). Disappointed on the whole, but would imagine Americans would love it!