When you stay at Domaine du Mas Du Taillet in Lanarce, you'll be 10 minutes by car from Nordic Ski Area of La Chavade. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: We liked it. The site is great. You are far away from any town. There are animals on the farm (goats, donkeys, a nice dog, a cat, a lama). The goats very especially interesting and funny, because they liked for example to stand on the windowsill of the cozy common room (outside). The owners ar every helpful.
Pros: Lovely rustic location with lots of roaming farm animals. Great home cooked meal and good breakfast with home made jams and bread
Set in a 16th century house, Domaine du Lac Ferrand sits in the Monts d’Ardèche Natural Regional Park, 3 km from the Vestide du Pal and Suc de Bauzon volcanoes. Offering exposed stone walls and wooden beams, the non-smoking guest rooms come with an en suite bathroom with free toiletries, hairdryer and bathtub. The suite also offers a seating area. A continental breakfast is served every morning. Hot and cold beverages can be enjoyed on site. A small supermarket and restaurants can be found 8 km away in Sant-Cirgues-en-Montagne. In winter, guests can go snowshoeing or cross-country skiing on site. Chavade Ski resort is 25 km away. Le-Puy-en-Velay Train Station is 65 km away, while Aubenas is 38 km away.
Pros: We had a very nice time in this exceptional place and a warm welcome from the owners. Great food and comfortable room specially in such a remote place. To be discovered with the kids, next time.
Pros: The perfect sport to hike and a very good and friendly host! Good food and Included breakfast!
Cons: The rooms under the roof have a very little window.
Pros: The best thing about this chambre d'hôte is its location - nestled up in the hills above the Ardèche. The drive up to the property is impressive and the place is a walker's paradise with trails leading directly from the grounds. The building is beautiful, particularly from the outside, and the hosts welcoming. The breakfast was fairly good and included bread, croissants, jam, fruit, yoghurt, children's cereals, juice (not freshly squeezed), cheese and meats and eggs that can be boiled. The bathroom was well equipped with a decent hairdryer and good water pressure although the bath only had a hand shower which could not be fixed to the wall.
Cons: Unfortunately, at Euros 123 per night, this place did not live up to expectations in terms of comfort or facilities. The room was a decent size but the bed and bedding uncomfortable and ill appointed. A foam mattress on a wooden slatted base led to a bad night's sleep. The bedding itself is not so much vintage chic as jumble sale remnants - a crumpled, badly fitted mix of dated sheets and blankets. The photo attached was taken before we had used the bed. It also got very cold in the small hours. There is no television or phone signal and wifi is patchy, and although this wasn't a problem for us, it's important to note in advance of a visit. The guest house does not have a bar or restaurant (although the hosts are happy to make local reservations) so it seems very strange that there is no provision at all for tea and coffee making facilities either in the room or in the unused seating area downstairs. Somewhere to make a late night or early morning hot drink would have been much appreciated, particularly at this price which is almost double the rate of other local guest houses and small hotels. While the hosts are happy to oblige with individual requests, this is not always convenient or timely. The interior decor of the place is at odds with the exterior - mainly dark colours and mismatched furniture, cheap looking polyester tablecloths, and synthetic ceilings. It felt as if everything had been bought from a closing down sale. It was a long way from the country house style that it appears to offer from the outside. I am not usually a harsh reviewer, but this place felt as if it was in desperate need of some real tlc and attention to detail, or a more realistic price band.
When you stay at Hôtel le Provence in Lanarce, you'll be in the mountains and 8 minutes by car from Monts d'Ardèche Regional Nature Park. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby and multilingual staff. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Excellent dinner and service
Pros: The evening meal was wonderful.
Pros: This is a very nice hotel in a small village in the Ardeche. There were 2 charcuteries, a patisserie, a cheese shop, a couple of restaurants, and a pizza restaurant. Our room was spacious with a good-sized bathroom. The shower was wonderful. The owners and staff were accommodating, and everything in the hotel was very clean. We did not use the spa facilities or eat in the restaurant. I would think the food would be excellent, but it was a larger meal than we wanted. If in the area, it is a great place to stay.
Pros: I walked into town as the snowstorm began, so I didn't walk around town. Best beer on draft greeted me. Quiet room with a unique tub. Again, all you could want to stay in with a snowstorm arriving.
Cons: I could have spent a little more and got a bigger room, didn't need it. Didn't particularly like weather.
When you stay at Logis Hôtel des Sapins in Lanarce, you'll be 8 minutes by car from Monts d'Ardèche Regional Nature Park. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby and an elevator. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: Lovely hotel in a nice location.
Pros: The room was delightful;light,spacious with lovely views and QUIET. The food was amazing. À joy to see and it more than lived up to its appearance. First class. The staff were knowledgable ,efficient and friendly.
Cons: À longer stay and the pool to be open which I am told it will be when we return next July.
Located in Saint-Cirgues-en-Montagne, Hôtel Les Cévennes is on the riverwalk, within a 15-minute drive of Monts d'Ardèche Regional Nature Park and Lac d'Issarlès. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby and multilingual staff. Free self parking is available onsite.