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the food was excellent, compliments to the chef, location and the relaxing and friendly/relaxed but efficient atmosphere
The location is suggestive, and the hotel construction is perfectly integrated in the landscape. A mix of modern, design, rustic, stony cottage. The dinner at the hotel was delightful but it costed exactly as one night in a double room with breakfast.
the cleaning of the room, the staff was very helpful. the breakfast was very good.
great food and beautiful greenery around the resort bad smellls from the drains, lack of well trained staff in the spa and general areas.
relaxing ,peacefull, meals too much expensive,
It was very quiet. You can go there and you can rest. I think that the prices in the restaurant are high. Although the food was excellent.
This hotel is truly exceptional. The premises (stone built) were previously used as a monastery and were recently restored. The final result is outstanding and very romantic! The food is scrumptious and its resident spa treatments are really amazing. One suggestion: book your spa treatments prior to your stay otherwise you run the risk on not being able to have them during your visit. Apart from the fact that it is a bit pricey, there were no bad points. But, hey, we all deserve to treat ourselves once in a while....
Nice location, very warm hospitality The gym was not available, the internet connection was not working properly
If you like a smart hotel in a rural non-resort location this is for you. High standard of accommodation and services. Food excellent though the advertised half board for 20 euros was not available. 3 course a la carte dinner is about 40 euros without drinks. Friendly and attentive staff. The hotel had opened a few days before my arrival after extensive refurbishment. Building work was mostly finished but electrical and landscaping/gardening work was ongoing (though not too disruptive). Difficult to find in the dark after late evening flight since hotel sign not yet erected (It is just before Miliou after turning off main road b7) Wifi works in main building but not in garden bungalows. A wired network point was installed during my stay but no network cable was provided. There was no safe in the room and no minibar. Rooms sparsely furnished (minimalist?) with no chairs in bedroom or at desk in lounge, no pictures on walls. It is not clear why this is an adults-only hotel and yet its advertised facilities include children's pool and children's play area. There is an undeveloped adjacent building site which is not very scenic at the moment.
The rooms were very tidy and breakfast was excellent There were a lot of bees in the pool area. Not very good if you are allergic to bee stings. Other than that,everything was as promised.
Wonderful garden and settings.
Traditional stone houses with much green around. Owners seem not to care very much about theirs guests comfort: there where a lot of things which where either broken or bad conceived. Cleaness as well is not a good point to this self-defining 'agritourism': guests in the apartment near ours had even a mouse in the kitchen drawer. Our furniture outside was good but there were other almost unusable, ready to get broken. Hot water should come from sun heating but everyday we had to turn on the 'emergency boiler' and wait for the water to heat. We never used air conditioning but for those who do pay attention to the extra cost: we read of 6€ extra per day!
amazing climate,traditional house!