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This hotel is located in the countryside village of Servon, 8 km from the Mont Saint-Michel. Set in a 18th-century house, it offers a large garden and charming rooms with TV. The Auberge Du Terroir’s restaurant provides daily breakfast and gastronomic cuisine prepared with local products from Normandy. Meals are served in the cosy dining room with fireplace. Free Wi-Fi access and free private parking are available on site. Hotel Du Terroir is just 11 km from Pontorson Station, 53 km from Saint-Malo and 70 km from Rennes.
Pros: Charming B&B very near Mont Saint Michel. We ate a wonderful dinner and breakfast while there. Great wine and cheese also. The village is small and quaint. The grounds are just as pictured on the site - actually more beautiful in person. Room and bathroom were large - by American standards. Perfect place to rest and recharge.
Cons: Our bed was a little old and lumpy - but we both agreed it felt like we were sleeping at our grandmothers house so we were fine with it..
Pros: Food was devine, service was excellent, room was impeccable.
Cons: No English TV Channel but no big deal.
Pros: We had a delicious meal and a very comfortable stay
Pros: A wonderful peaceful escape from nearby touristy attraction Mont Saint Michel, it was like taking a breath of fresh air as soon as we arrived. The dining room was perfectly French and we enjoyed a simple, fresh and delicious meal. The salad had been freshly picked from the owners kitchen garden, everything felt local, seasonal and thoughtfully prepared. The perfect stop over whilst driving through Normandy.
Pros: I arrived expecting a road-side auberge off the N175, but found a delightful secluded [but only half a kilometre from the main road] oasis with buildings around a courtyard and private car park. The restaurant and some rooms are in one building and more rooms and a sitting room in another, only 50m apart. Parking is very private and safe. Annie checked us in and was most helpful. She easily filled in for my poor French with her OK English. We had booked dinner, which is essential as the restaurant is very small. Two couples were turned away when we were there. The food was very good as befits a ‘bib gourmand’ Michelin restaurant. Wonderful butter, superb camembert, local calvados. The service seemed slow to our city ways but we soon realised it was steady, and everything came eventually in good time. The whole place is very French, tout confort, in a traditional style, and perfect for being so [though wifi is included]. Clean, fresh and airy with lovely gardens to the rear. This was the perfect stop after 2 hours drive from Cherbourg, and would work just as well going the other way. Convenient for Le Mont St Michel. Highly recommended. Tres calme, tres tranquille. High quality continental breakfast too.
Cons: Everything was fine for the price point - it was excellent value. It is traditionally French, and I stayed at similar places in the 1970s. Apart from wifi, and the fact that bidets seem to have disappeared, nothing much has changed. Which is fine by me.
Pros: The dinner at the restaurant was marvelous! And the rooms were cozy and all around wonderful.
Pros: Very pleasant and efficient owners of a lovely restaurant and small hotel in a quiet village in the Mont St. Michel area.
Cons: Nothing. All was as expected.
Pros: The place is really nice. The staff was amazing. It's really clean and quiet. They have private parking and a beautiful garden where you can relax. Definitely would reccomend a stay here if you like tranquility. The breakfast was ok. Dinner was really nice and the wine amazing.
Cons: The bed mattress was a bit uncomfortable.
Pros: We booked the Auberge for the last night of our holiday in Brittany and Normandy, based on the excellent ratings. We arrived mid-afternoon on a very hot day. Madame (Annie) greeted us and let us choose our room. Once settled in, we sat outside and her husband Thierry brought us ice-cold cider - wonderful. The dinner we had was exceptional - we both selected the 44 Euro menu, which was foie gras, fillet of beef, cheese selection and delicious dessert. It was preceded with an amuse bouche with a Kir and cider cocktail and Annie chose the wine for the main meal for us at our request. My husband had a different starter of finely sliced Parma-Style ham with salad and apples. Everything was divine - best fillet steak ever. The ambience of the property and the beautiful restaurant (which only holds about 20 max) was wonderful. The gardens are exquisite and maintained by Annie. The rooms are cool and spacious with comfortable beds.
Cons: There was liquid soap and shampoo, but no body wash - nothing we couldn't get round. Also the breakfast was a little boring - coffee (excellent), juice, baguettes and croissants and conserves. However, when I asked for cheese, it was kindly provided.
Pros: Fantastic evening meal in a wonderful french country house atmosphere. Homely and welcoming and away and a complete contrast to the hectic atmosphere at Mt St Michel.
Pros: Nice atmosphere, very welcome host, very good breakfast.
Cons: Shared toilet.
Cons: Shared bathroom among more than 10 people. Room was small for six people.
Pros: .The host is very friendly, the food plentiful and french
Cons: but the toilet and bathing facilities are to be shared between more than 12 people.
Pros: Very nice host , a perfect family friendly environment. 15 min from restaurants and Mt St Michel
Cons: As someone mentioned, the bathroom is downstairs. It got a little crowded in the Morning as there were 3 families trying to use it
Pros: Clean, good breakfast, nice host
Cons: Bathroom in common with 3 other families, no English speakers.
Pros: Very friendly people, bedrooms ware fine !
Cons: Breakfast was quite basic. Jelly had moisture ...
Pros: Nice shared breakfast table, location is nearby, use of fridge/freezer
Cons: Shared toilet, shared bathroom, shared huge dining table. It was a suprise for us, but not a terrible one as we stayed for one night. We had to pay extra for baby bed.
Pros: Martine’s kindness and welcoming attitude, breakfast was excellent and we got dinner at a fair price.
Cons: Lack of private bathroom and toilet. Besides both were downstairs while our room was upstairs.
Pros: Really closeby the st Michel and very friendly lady