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Lovely location with very friendly relaxed staff. Food very good and varied at a reasonable charge. Rooms comfortable and clean. It was not a problem to us but there is no lift and there are 3 floors, could be difficult for some elderly people.
Location is ideal for exploring the scenic, historic, and beautiful countryside and medieval villages between Toulouse and Carcassonne. The forest-park and lake of St. Ferreol just across the street were just lovely. Continental breakfast buffet (included) was varied and delicious. Very friendly staff. Good hotel restaurant with regional specialties (although we did not eat there). A room for 4 people (2 adults and 2 children) with one queen bed and a bunk bed was cramped. Bathroom was small, and had no shower curtains. Compared to country Gites and Auberges we've seen in France the price was a bit high. Finding St. Ferreol and the nearby town of Revel at night via a spider's web of small country roads can be a challenge.
the area is very nice, romantic lake, poor commercial facilities, restaurants, etc
Amazing building and setting. We had a 'Histoire' room which was a bit small.
we liked everything! it was perfect for me, my husband and 2 year old son! no it was great!
The situation within the town.
Fabilouse place to be, abbey transformedinto nice hotel in big landscaping Staff was very poor, not hotel minded, my reservation was not made upon arrival, lot of facilities were not possible due a wedding that was going on in the hotel.Room was ery hot, needed a standing fan.Becaue of the wedding wasnot ossible to make reservation in restaurant, next day it was closed, staff did not inform about and did not care!!!!!! Due festival in the village lot of noise until 12.30 at night. After that noise from the kitchen. Next da at 6.15 am I woke up from the garbage truck who was emptiing the garbageof the kitchen. Very disepointed since hotel has such potential to have a great stay.
compact clean and novel hotel in a very pleasant location Soreze was a very quiet town,
We loved the Abbaye...basic clean rooms that are well priced. We stayed in the 3 star rooms which were a good size, but apparently the 2 star are very small (2 of our group stayed in one of these rooms). We were very fortunate to have a Medieval Festival being held in the Abbaye grounds while we were there, the children loved it...so did the adults!
The evening Menu was excellent and price reasonable, All the staff were helpful especially as our French was poor.
The building was magnificent with a lot of historical charm. The staff were firendly and helpful. The restaurant was and choice of dishes was good fot the time of year. It was not easy to find the entrance.
The rooms were pretty and charming. I stayed at 3 star side and my sister in the 2 star wing. Not to much difference, 3 was bigger& high ceilings, but if budget is an issue, 2 star was a good value. We ate at the dinging room, a little $ but good food, lovely service. the village is so pretty great to wander down the little streets. This hotel worked for me because it was on my way to provence, fun to check out for a night or two. There were a couple of casual dining spots in village but be warned it is a pretty quiet little place. One pub seemed full of young kids20's. But not a lot else going on. Beautiful spot for walking the flower filled village, great photo ops!
air con didnt work, no tea and coffee facility in room no glasses no full length mirror
The owner and staff were most helful and made our stay very relaxing and enjoyable. The food was very good. The hotel was also convenient for Carcassonne airport.