Pros: Perfect. The owners made us feel extremely welcome and very relaxed.
Pros: Dinner in the garden restaurant was excellent. Enjoyed a refreshing swim in the pool. Hotel staff and service excellent.
Pros: The garden area for dining was very pretty with the swimming pool to the side very good.
Cons: When the sun is very hot there are only 2 loungers in the shade beside the pool. When we were there they were both being used by the pregnant owner who seemed unconcerned that we could not sit in the...
Pros: The shower was amazing the best we've had, good towels, comfy large bed, room overlooking the tranquil garden, good pool area with comfy lounges, spotlessly clean everywhere and amazingly an ...
Cons: Having to leave
Pros: The lift was useful, the food was good if a little unimaginative.
Cons: On Street parking meant that you sometimes had a walk to the hotel,a good sized luggage barrow was provided but the tyres were flat!
Pros: This hotel is set in a delightful village and has a very pretty garden. The restaurant is excellent
Cons: The room was a little small and simply decorated. Could be a bit less plain
Pros: Very helpful owners. Hotel restaurant was excellent. Very close to Gorge Du Tarn.
Pros: The hotel is run by a very charming couple, and is stylishly appointed. Our evening meal was first rate.
Pros: Very clean comfortable room. Friendly and helpful owners. Very good meals.
Cons: Beware using postcode as Sat Nav could ,take you past the property so be vigilant
Pros: lovely hotel, staff, restaurant and location
Hôtel les Raspes is a great choice for a stay in Saint-Rome-de-Tarn. Guests can splash around at the seasonal outdoor pool or grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. There's a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and premium bedding.
Pros: Lovely staff very helpful able to lock up bikes at night
Cons: Nothing will return with the wife one day
Pros: Good location, very near centre of town, 'intimate eating facilities' - nice.
Cons: Hotel closed on my arrival around 15.30 but a lady did appear eventually and let me in. Parking a distance away but good enough.
Pros: Dining was cheap
Cons: Food average. Small room, small shower cubicle. Room at front facing church bells which rang every half hour - 24 hours per day. Do not stay on a Monday evening as Tuesday is market day and the ...
Pros: Nice little town and a perfect place to stop on my journey. Restaurant excellent and food presentation really good.
Cons: Breakfast not good value and room showing its age.
Pros: Staff very helpful and friendly. Secure parking.
Cons: Location was a little quiet, not much choice for eating out, so we ate in the Hotel.
Located near a train station, Hôtel Cazes-Arazat is a great choice for a stay in Laissac. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Cazes - Arazat, which serves regional cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Pros: Superb value for money,meal in the restaurant that evening was excellent
Cons: we booked a double room with shower,but this turned out to be a stand in the bath holding the shower.
Hôtel des Voyageurs is a great choice for a stay in Pont-de-Salars. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. There's also a terrace, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
Pros: Hotel was old but beautifully clean and a very quiet spot as we had a side room. Hotel very thoughtfully told us their restaurant would be closed on the Sunday night when we were due to arrive.
Cons: When using a sat nav you must input Bois du Four as the hotel is quite a way out of the village on the main road where it is signposted.
Pros: A lovely traditional French country hotel. Good value for money. Friendly staff. Good food. Decent beds. Clean
Pros: I travelled alone with my baby and young boy and the comfort was perfect for us. it had everything including the most gorgeous water feature and promenade, as well as kids playground and ducks. The ...
Cons: The smell of damp as you walk into the hotel downstairs (although there was no smell in the rooms which were very nice), was off-putting as a first impression. It could be in the old carpets, but for ...
Pros: basic but clean with character slept well after long journey food great very much a village inn slower paced. limited timings for food but expected this as very french.
Pros: shower cubicle
Cons: agrresive owner and barman we tried to be cheerful but english people are not welcome my wife was frightened also if you are a dog owner looking at the pictures they have been photo shoped there is ...
Pros: Very rustic French hotel and restaurant. Rooms were dated but added to the charm. Restaurant was really nice and staff very good with our young children. Breakfast very good and kids love the pond and...
Pros: The hotel reminded us of how French hotels used to be in the 80's and early 90's - when you could turn up at 17:00 and still get a room. The food was excellent and not at all pretentious. ...
Pros: The old french atmosphere, catering staff and food excellent, .
Cons: When we booked 2 rooms we requested front facing rooms with baths. We got back rooms with showers. This is the second time it's happened !. we will consider our options in future
Pros: Lovely, charming traditional hotel with everything expected of a well-run establishment.
Pros: We loved the hotel. The restaurant served super food and wine. The rooms whilst reasonably basic were spotless and the shower was excellent. I could not fault this hotel and for the price we paid it ...
Enjoy your visit to Saint-Izaire with a stay at Auberge de la Valette. Freebies like breakfast and WiFi are added perks, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails and kayaking.