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It is a small, but a pleasant and very clean hotel.It has also a restaurant, which we haven't tried. We loved the location too; La Cavalerie is a very small Middle Age village on an arid plateau quite fascinating.I would recommend it. The buffet breakfast is ok, but quite basic.
The clerk didn't speak any English only French but we managed through gestures, the same when checking out. We've lived overseas for 5-6 years and can figure it out even if the staff doesn't speak our language.
It was useful to be so close to the motorway and the Millau Bridge. We had a meal in the restaurant which cost 83 euros, my steak was inedible and chewy and there was a hair in my sauce. I complained but was still made to pay for a meal I did not eat, disgusting, yuk!!!
we chose the hotel because it was convenient for an overnite stop and we were delighted with our choice. We were made welcome and the patron was helpful in arranging a table in the excellent restaurant even though it was very busy. The service was attentive and the meal was lovely, the whole experience was beyond our expectations for a budget hotel. Recommended. Nothing I can remember.
Staff friendly and helpful. Restaurant first rate and attentive service. A superb location if you want to visit the Millau viaduct information centre. Beautiful restoration of this old templar town.
The tranquility of the location, the service, the food all was wonderful
staff welcoming, friendly and helpful. Room clean and comfortable. Breakfast more varied than the normal french offerings. Evening meals delicious. Garden and pool well maintained. Location of St Rome de Tarn is excellent to visit Millau and surrounding areas. Town has many narrow winding streets to wander around. Tried to stay for an extra day. Fully booked - book early. Very large bed actually two single mattresses together on same frame. No tea/coffee facilities.
The food is truly excellent. It's a lovely location in a beautiful out of the way town.
They were very welcoming even though we arrived at a late hour. The rooms were comfortable and quiet. The hotel is in a beautiful location. Wish I had more time to explore the town and the area. This was just a stopover on my way to southern France.
This is a charming hotel in a lovely village and with much potential, but ... The madame director chose her priority over customer service, and consequently, over one hour after requesting that the pool cover be removed we left, disappointed and dry. On leaving the matter was brought to her attention; the reply was - I am human. With a shrug of the shoulders, the inference was - you are not so important.
Location and restaurant
The location and the food Mix up on when dinner was served - you had to ask
A totally satisfying experience. One of the best I have experienced in my loig life of international travel (I am 82 years old).Far superior to the impersonality, and international "sameness" of most large, modern hotels. No.
Very pleasant staff,clean rooms and excellent food. Asked for twin bedded room and got a double bed.
This is a small, friendly family run hotel in a beautiful medieval village. In early July it was quiet and comfortable, and there is a very nice secluded garden and pool. The food is absolutely lovely - great regional dishes and meat and fish charcoal grilled in the restaurant - terrifically good value for really gorgeous meals. We would definitely go again, and highly recommend it.
Good location; easy to find. Staff very welcoming. Excellent restaurant, but a bit pricey. The bedroom was disappointing; just a shower 'cabin'; not a proper bathroom.
Food in restaurant was good Quite a long way off the autoroute.Not particulary clean