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A stay at Aupres du Chateau places you in the heart of Tanlay, a 1-minute drive from Chateau de Tanlay and 9 minutes from Hotel d'Uzes. Featured amenities include multilingual staff, microwave in a common area, and refrigerator in a common area.
Pros: After being on a canal barge for a week, we booked Apres du Chateau to see parts of the region that we could see from the barge. The B&B was a little difficult to find as it's located off the main streets, but I found a local man who walked me there. The hosts couldn't have been nicer and not only explained the particulars about our lodging, but gave us a number of tips about things to see in the area. By the time we were checked in we wished we had booked for a longer period than just one night.
Cons: The location could be better marked. We were operating without a GPS and it was a little hard to find. Once found, the location couldn't have been more convenient. It's practically on the grounds of the chateau!
Pros: This was a small, quiet, intimate B & B with exceptionally friendly hosts and a plentiful breakfast. Our upstairs room had a view over the chateau and it was great sleeping with the window open at night and hearing nothing but quiet. There were a fridge and cooking facilities available downstairs and a communal dining room. There was a restaurant within walking distance on the canal with good food and wine reasonably priced. We loved it in Tanlay and the surrounding areas.
Pros: the cleanest place on Earth
Pros: The owners are charming people... More than helpful and courteous in every way Wonderful location Fantastic breakfast including Madame’s home made produce etc
Pros: The owners were very kind and friendly The garden and the house is beautiful The room is very big and clean with beautiful decoration and comfortable bedsheets The breakfast is awesome with plenty of local and homemade products
Pros: As always I enjoyed my stay very much. Interesting old property, good big room, dinner in the sunshine in the characterful garden. Welcoming hosts, good hospitality and secure parking for motorbike. An excellent stop off point south of Troyes when in transit across France. Beautiful countryside, rolling hills, few people.
Pros: I requested a dinner in advance. We enjoyed home cook style dinner with good value wine. Clean, spacious room, and kind owner.
Cons: Shampoo for a hair was not offered.
Pros: Excellent stay as always. Quiet old house in rural location south of Troyes, with good hospitality.
Pros: Charming hostess who made us very welcome. Beer in the garden on sunny spring afternoon. Excellent breakfast.
Cons: We were disappointed that our hostess was unable to offer us dinner. There were excellent reviews of her Table d’Hotes on your website. She had a group of eight already booked for dinner and felt unable to accommodate us. She booked us into perfectly adequate restaurant but 12 kilometres away.
Pros: Very nice people, even changing pro actively the room to better accommodate our two children of 3,5 years old. Very charming rooms, lovely and fantastic breakfast en very nice hosts !!!
Pros: General ambiance Friendly welcome
Cons: not easy to find
Pros: The hosts are special very nice people
Pros: Beautiful quaint place run by very nice people who made us feel at home and cooked some lovely food.
Cons: I would have really liked coffee making facilities in the room.
Located in Argentenay, Une Maison de Famille is in a rural location, within a 15-minute drive of Chateau de Tanlay and Chateau d'Ancy-le-Franc. Featured amenities include multilingual staff and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Very nice. Lovely staff
Pros: This is an extraordinary place: very beautiful room, grounds and wonderful hosts. It is exactly as described. We stopped over during a cycling tour on the Burgundy canals. Perfect.
Cons: Nothing. Wonderful extras like local wines, coffee on arrival, a sitting room, beautiful gardens all exceeded expectations.
Pros: The place was amazing and truly unique. Our host was wonderful and made us feel totally at home and as if we had the place to ourselves
Pros: Lovely to stay in a genuine French Chateau with original fittings (except the very comfortable bed!). Welcoming host and felt very special.
Cons: Breakfast was somewhat simple.
Pros: Peaceful, the location and the advices of Michel for day trips and restaurants. Michel is really interested and very helpful.
Cons: We stayed here 5 nights and we loved it. Sometimes we got the impression they are not used to have the same guests 5 nights in a row. Breakfast could have a bit more variation with ham and cheese. Now it was different kind of jams, eggs and fruit.
Located in Tonnerre, 50 km from Troyes, La Ferme de la Fosse Dionne features free WiFi access. Certain units have a seating area where you can relax. You will find a kettle in the room. All rooms have a private bathroom fitted with a shower. For your comfort, you will find a hairdryer. Auxerre is 30 km from La Ferme de la Fosse Dionne, while Avallon is 42 km from the property.
Pros: Unique place. Owners are wonderful. Dinner and breakfast were great.
Pros: Fabulous old building with lots of art, fully renovated in the centre of town. The owner was very hospitable and the breakfast was generous with local products. Our room was very clean, large with a lovely bathroom.
Pros: Interesting building near the station. Good bike storage
Cons: Bed very uncomfortable: only I pillow each, towels poor quality. Bedroom clean but without any pictures or any items t make it more comfortable and welcoming
Cons: heating must have been on timers as a little cold in rooms
Cons: Two small rooms on second floor accessible only by dangerous spiral staircase, no internet in room, no air con, no refrigerator, no TV, poor breakfast, one croissant per person.
Cons: Small breakfast with only sweet food
Pros: The location couldn’t have been better, breakfast was delicious, and our host was kind and helpful. Her knowledge of the areas history, along with local artisan treats for breakfast, were a wonderful touch.
Pros: Spacious and modern accommodation. Wonderful to cycle to chateau (de Tanlay) and I recommend the family restaurant there for menu complet. Tonnerre is ideally located for sightseeing in that part of Bourgogne. Tonnerre itself is pretty but you would spend max. 3 hours to see everything in town. Everything was shut on Sunday evening but we found a great and vfm home-made pizza restaurant "Casa Pizza" open which is nearby, walking distance.
Cons: Wifi. We had to literally either stick our arm out of the window for wifi or sit outside on the terrace opposite the gite. This is not what was stated in the description and it should be. Wifi is NOT available in all areas. No bikes available for rent (also stated) but they are easy and cheap to rent from the Tourist office in town.
Pros: Centuries old building sympathetically restored, quirky decor, lovely ambiance. Well located in Tonnerre with lots to see and do in and around the area. Great value for money,
Pros: Historical history of this building sympathetically renovated
Cons: Nothing. Any additional facilities would take it into another price bracket and accommodation at this price level is important
Pros: A wonderful chance to experience a grand old French home and see antique furniture and decorations. .Very quiet .Just the place to recover from a long flight. Lovely breakfast using home grown produce.
Cons: We enjoyed everything .What a treat
Pros: The hospitality of the people who own this estate was unlike anything we experienced! The food was delicious! Straight from their garden! The room we had was beautiful! We arrived late and they put together something to eat and drink for us! We will be coming back here some day!
Pros: The hosts were extremely friendly and helpful, the location and house were lovely and interesting, the other guests very pleasant, the dog amazing!
Cons: We could have done with a proper duvet on the bed.
Pros: Beautiful location and setting in an original Maison bourgeoise. The owners were extremely attentive and the breakfast sourced with local and homemade products was a plus!
Cons: The property is undergoing some renovations, therefore we were not able to enjoy as its maximum, but I am sure it is going to be great when we come back, hopefully soon!
Pros: It was an amazing manor house with the awe of staying in something that old. We were greeted warmly, and the room was clean, spacious with really nice bed linen. Breakfast was a mix of homemade produce which was nice.
Cons: The approach was old and tatty, the musty smell in the air is to be expected but my son and I get reactions to dust and we got it bad here. My husband even felt it and he never feels it. (That been said it was old dust not current as very clean). Breakfast was only ok you would expect a bit more. It was very hot and it would done with the windows all been opened to air the place but even at breakfast it was stuffy as no window or doors open. It would have been great to be offered to sit outside in the garden, as it was really hot in the room and would have been good for the kids but we weren't offered access. I didn't think it was value for money.
Pros: Incredibly friendly owners, beautiful house, beautiful scenery, comfortable beds, and delicious home made jams and breads at breakfast.
Pros: We liked this property. Everything is beautiful and comfortable. Breakfast is very generous. And the hosts are just charming, they advised lot of nice places in the region.
Hotel du Centre is located just 250 metres from Église Saint-Pierre in Tonnerre and 10 km from Quincy Abbey. It offers a gourmet-style French restaurant and a pizzeria on site. The rooms at Hotel du Centre - Restaurant le P'tit Gourmet are decorated in a simple style and have views of the town. Each one is also complete with a flat-screen TV and an en suite bathroom. After enjoying breakfast in the dining room or on the terrace, you may choose to use the hotel’s free Wi-Fi connection. Free public parking is provided on site.
Cons: Nice family run hotel in Tonnere city center.
Pros: Breakfast was OK
Cons: There was not a single good restaurant open in Tonnerre centre on a Sunday evening
Pros: Food and location was good, staff friendly and nice size room.
Cons: I was made to store my bike in a room with no lock that was easily accessible to anyone waking in off the street, not good when traveling with an expensive bike.y room was above the kitchen and it was quite loud.
Pros: Helpfull and good position in town. Sorry not to have been able to eat at the restaurant !!! We arrived too late but the menu seemed very attractive.
Pros: Nice little room for the money. Bed was comfortable but pillows could have been better. Bathroom was clean and shower had plenty of hot water. Big issue with the toilet though! It ran constantly! The food was very good; however, we thought the price was not, in comparison.
Cons: Wasn't thrilled about hearing the neighbors in the next room, nor their TV. The bar's band next to the hotel added to the late night noise, so not a great sleep. Breakfast is NOT included and was not worth the money - basically, a cold bar (a meat, a cheese, bread, yogurt, coffee, juice). We'd search for something else next time.
Cons: Reception staff totally disinterested & objected to helping us up two floors to our room - no elevator. Room small & smelled musty. Bathroom dirty, shower head fell off wall & flooded bathroom. Nowhere to put toiletries, no toilet roll holder.
Pros: Central location. The next door cafe seems to be the social hub of the town (be sure to sit down for a coffee). The evening meal was very good value for money.
Cons: The only place for our bikes was in the hall!
Pros: Good location, frienly typical French historical town. Great breakfast
Pros: Some of the staff were great & tried really hard to help despite our poor french - especially our waitress at dinner!
With a stay at Auberge de Bourgogne in Tonnerre, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Hotel d'Uzes and Hotel-Dieu. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: A very modern hotel. Food was reasonably good. Hotel very clean.
Cons: Hotel not easy to find as it was only signposted in one direction. Some traffic noise from main road location.
Cons: We didn't like this hotel at all.
Cons: The attitude of the staff was not so good (when I have tried to ask to change the room) he didn’t condescended to talk any more...there was no air condition in the hotel
Pros: The bed
Pros: Location was convenient for our needs
Cons: The photos on the Booking.com website were somewhat misleading!! They give the impression of an older type property, whereas it's actually a 1970's concrete building and a bit run down! The reception area also smelled strongly of the owners dogs. We had dinner there and although the food was quite good, the waitresses gave the impression of 'Fawlty Towers'!! With the small female child of one running around the guests tables whilst her partner sat nearby on his phone!! That and the fact that when our mains were delivered (same dish different sauces) and the wrong sauce was given to each of us, rather than merely change the plates around the waitress grabbed the sauce boat from each plate & swapped them around, along with a small handful of chips which she picked up from my plate and put onto my wife's!! Very 'Basil Fawlty!!!'
Pros: Great location, safe parking, clean rooms, good views
Cons: Quite restricted food availability of an evening, get there early!
Pros: Not much. The people were friendly and quite helpful at the end.
Cons: A bad location if you don’t have a car. No taxi service was available.
Le Chevalier d'Eon provides accommodation with a garden and free WiFi, and is located in Tonnerre. There is a fully equipped private bathroom with bath and free toiletries. Auxerre is 37 km from the bed and breakfast, while Chablis is 17 km away.
Pros: The house is beautiful with a beautiful garden and that’s all.
Cons: The room was full of dust, the towel we short and old , there was only one towel for each person, no carpets on the bathroom floor that was cold like ice, the breakfast was really bad, no milk, we the receptionist told us that it was French breakfast (I have been in France and never heard about French breakfast). I do not recommend this place. The door was almost impossible to be opened.
Pros: It's an Origional and pretty building
Cons: You are stuck in a small part of the building which is not finished or working properly and it has not been cleaned in a very very long time. (Beds included).Locks on doors don't work properly. You get locked in even when the locks are open. The noise from the trains is immense, sleeping before midnight is impossible .worth half of the 120 we paid. Would make an ok hostel.
Cons: The most horrible experience we ever had! The owner was not present at the site when we arrived and also not reachable by phone, because the indicated phone number was wrong. Only with the help of a nearby restaurant owner we were able to contact him, after a wait of 1.5 hours. Albeit the pictures of the rooms (manor house, 18th century) look very nice on the website, the actual conditions are appaling, dirty, dust everywhere, smelly, a couple of washed out towels, no soap, no hairdryer, wifi not working. Last not least a high speed train line less than 10 meters away from the house, with a hellish noise every so often during the night. As my credit card was charged, even before the grace period for free cancelation had expired and in violation of the conditions stipulated on the booking confirmation print, we had to stay for the night.
Pros: The amazing experience of spending two days in the home of controversial Chevalier d’Eon ambassador of Louis XV in Enngland and Russia...Man or Woman ! You will learn it all from host, direct descendent of d’Eon.