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Le Jarrier Chambre D'Hote - B&B offers accommodation in Saint-Georges-le-Gaultier. Extras include free toiletries and a hairdryer. Guests have access to a private lounge and dining room at the property. Le Mans is 37 km from Le Jarrier Chambre d'Hôte, while Bagnoles de l'Orne is 39 km from the property.
Pros: The friendliness of Heather and Garry, they were also able to help with any request very quickly. The place is otherwise beautiful, great views outside and very comfortable inside!
Pros: A beautiful place to stay with a lot of attention to detail
Pros: This is the best B&B I have ever stayed in. The accommodation is self contained, with a private entrance and outdoor area, set in delightful countryside. It is very well equipped, with a lounge area complete with tv, games, books, coffee maker and comfy leather sofas. My bed was very comfortable. I was asked what time I would like my continental breakfast delivered and it was delicious. The hosts were very friendly, but respected my privacy. I highly recommended this B&B.
Pros: Great hospitality and fab breakfasts. Peace and quiet in abundance, delightful location.
Pros: Great breakfast and friendly hosts
When you stay at Le Gasseau in Saint-Leonard-des-Bois, you'll be on the riverwalk and 7 minutes by car from Jardins de la Mansonière. Featured amenities include multilingual staff and a library. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: We needed a stop off point for a long cycle ride. We arrived truly knackered and received a friendly welcome, a comfortable and spacious room, a nice little bar to have beers with friendly staff - even bought vinegar for my sore throat, and then delicious food. And our bikes were completely safe
Pros: Nice place, garden and village
Cons: Cold room, staff not very welcoming but good meal in restaurant
Pros: A very relaxing breakfast, with a good choice of available.
Pros: Great location in Les Alpes Mancelles.
Cons: To say it has a restaurant is an exaggeration. The receptionist was the cook. Facility had an empty ghostlike feel and was unattended for much of the day. Would not stay again.
Pros: Breakfast was usual continental standard. The surrounding countryside was lovely. Staff were pleasant. and helpful
Cons: Access was easier than we had been led to believe. Although the Adventure park might have been suitable for some the attendant crowds were not to our taste.
Pros: The hotel is not accessible between 1100-1900 by car, the hotel and booking,com must provide this kind of information WIFI was almost not existent The room and bathroom had only one electric outlet
Cons: Inconvenience of not accesing the hotel by car Wifi not existent Only one electric outlet in the whole room
Pros: Beautiful hotel in a stunning rural setting. We stayed for one night on our way home, the room was large, very clean and comfortable. Dinner and breakfast were both good.
Pros: The hotel is in a rural location so it's a few minutes drive to the nearest village in either direction. We had breakfast which was fine typically french/continental hotel style. We had dinner in the local town. Ideal stopover on our journey south.
Cons: No tea or coffee facility in room.
Pros: On a stopover en-route to the south of France. Had a room perfect for our needs (we were travelling with 2 dogs). There was only one staff member present when we stayed and she was wonderful. Made a huge effort at short notice to cater for my wife in the restaurant (who is pescatarian). The hotel is not a luxury facility, it is functional and aimed at outward bound activities, its location and situation is excellent and the property is highly attractive and spotlessly clean and well kept. Couldn't speak highly enough of it and would happily recommend it
Pros: The location
Cons: We didn`t expect to have to wait until 5 pm to check in
Located in Fresnay-sur-Sarthe, Hôtel Ronsin is in a rural location, within a 15-minute drive of Beaumont-sur-Sarthe Public Gardens and Chateau of Beaumont-sur-Sarthe. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Excellent service and clean.
Cons: Rooms a little basic but good for the price.
Pros: We stay often it’s almost a home from home and we like the little village with the castle
Cons: Bathrooms need a bit of tlc but hey for the money you can’t expect better than you get here as it’s ok
Pros: Didier a perfect host and helpful if your french isn’t too good
Cons: We got what we paid for. How can yo comment
Pros: Great hosts great value for money!
Pros: A bit of old France! Excellent food and inexpensive drinks. Don't expect a lift!!
Pros: Very good value and friendly owner.
Pros: The owner, Didier, is charming and could do enough to help us. The restaurant and bar are excellent value for money and the food is really good. Breakfast was simple but perfect for our requirements.
Cons: Its unfair to say we didn't like anything, the rooms are basic, but clean and comfortable.
Pros: Able to have an evening meal in the resturant shortly after arrival. Good choice of food and exellent value for money (4 courses).
Pros: Very nice staff.
Cons: Old house with old bathroom which can be cleaner
Pros: Staff and location both perfect. Easy to find with parking right outside the door. Dog friendly and excellent value for money. All in all a great experience.
Cons: The bedding was not great, bottom sheet not fitted and therefor rucked up during the night. A small kettle in the room would have been nice, but not essential.