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Pros: Everything was great! Location was exactly where we needed to be the next day.
Pros: The hosts were very nice and friendly, answered our needs perfectly. Nice spot, close, by car, to some interesting places.
Pros: It was perfect. Great quiet escape for 2 in the country for an overnight stay en route. Great hosts catering to every need and on hand when needed.
Pros: Both myself and friend arrived on our motorbikes, soaked and cold after an unseasonably rain drenched June day through Northern France, to the warmest welcome from our smiling and extra hospitable hosts, Florence and David. The rooms were beautifully designed, the indoor pool a great way to wind down, and to top it all a delicious home cooked evening meal for 2 in the library. A really comfortable nights sleep was followed by a great breakfast, an update on the weather and our route from David and a cheerful farewell from the whole family as we roared into the distance.
Cons: We didn't have time to explore the area and the hotel is in a very quiet hamlet, so wouldn't suit everyone and not sure I would stay there for longer than 1 or 2 nights, other than that there is nothing at all to dislike.
Pros: Lovely hospitable hosts and excellent freshly cooked food for dinner and very good breakfast. Pity we did not have time to enjoy the pool and hammam, but the garden is spacious with a wide variety of colourful and scented plants. Worth noting that they do not accept credit cards for payment.
Pros: Peaceful location, friendly owners, swimming pool great and private parking.
Cons: Wi Fi in our room not working but available with slow speed in common areas.
Pros: Hammam was great, breakfast first class with freshley squeezen grapfruit and orange juice, freshly baked bread and home maded yogurt and jams. Greta choice of fine teas and a roaring fire in the fireplace. We will be back!
Cons: Everything was really good. The room was a bit chilly to start with but it got warmer through the evening and hammam warmed us up!
Pros: Large room, comfortable bed (on the plush side), quiet location overlooking rural landscape. Nicely updated old building (not really a chateau). Horses in field behind property. Very friendly and helpful hosts. Friendly dog. Wifi worked well.
Cons: Minimal breakfast, below what really even qualifies as a breakfast for a B&B. Just croissants, bread, yogurt, juice and coffee. No eggs or anything like that.
Pros: Owner was exceptional
Pros: Beautifully appointed rooms, fantastic bath rooms, extremely friendly and communicative owner, secure garage, wonderful breakfast.
Cons: It would have been nice to have had bottles of mineral water supplied FOC. There was a mini-bar fridge but mineral water was chargeable. That aside we were very happy.
Pros: My sister and I were attending a wedding in Gisors and the location couldn't have been more ideal. Our room was ready when we arrived, which was well ahead of the scheduled check in time. Geoffrey was more than accommodating when we ran into an issue with our shuttle to the wedding service and he offered to drive us there himself. The grounds are very pleasant with an outdoor eating area. Our room was very spacious with lots of natural light. We had a delightful stay. Thank you.
Pros: What a beautiful place. After a long a hike it was absolutely perfect. The room was so comfortable and opened onto a lovely garden. Breakfast was superb in a lovely room. Overall the perfect experience. I will return
Pros: The hostess was very attentive. Perfect breakfast! It was meeting all the expectations. We even had the choice for the beverage to avoid wasting. The room was very calm and exceptionally big ( it can easily fit 6 person ). The bathroom is welcoming and pretty wide. We had a very good stay in this room !
Cons: Nothing. It was perfect and calm !
Pros: Everything. Nice, really quiet place. Great breakfast. Wonderfull host
Pros: This facility is really more like a convent than a hotel. Nothing wrong with that but just know that it has its limitations. The room was sparse but very clean and comfortable with windows that open for fresh night air. The washroom was large with a shower section not divided from the rest of the room so easy in and out. Lots of hot water. The breakfast staff was very friendly and helpful. Fresh fruit provided as well as the usual bread, butter, jams, yogurt and cereals. (You do your own clean up afterward i.e. take the tray to a sorting area) Good WiFi connection.
Cons: It is a long walk over the bridge to the castle and town center....just so you know. For us seniors, it was more of a 30-minute walk to get to some restaurants near the train station. The facility closes down around 7:00 pm so one needs "codes" to get into the property and the buildings. Don't lose that piece of paper given to you when you check in!
Pros: More than adequate breakfast, with homemade jams. Also, they do evening meals (I think during the week), after a long drive, it's better to eat in, and the meal was "Superbe", 2 choices at 29 & 40E, we chose the latter,
Pros: Beautiful home with a caring host who is passionate about art and takes extra effort to deliver a memorable experience, especially for breakfast. Tea lovers will be thrilled with choice. We enjoyed the setting, the garden, kids loved playing with her cute dog. Location is excellent, close to so many attractions (those interested in sculpture, make sure you visit “Le Jardin des Sculptures”, château de Bois-Guilbert, recommended by lady Caroline herself). We had car, making it easy to drive around and enjoy Upper-Normandy sites. Otherwise, consider having a bike at least. Nearby town of Gisors has supermarkets, petrol station, fresh market. August is very calm due to holiday season, therefore many shops were closed. All in all, this place is charming, built and maintained with good taste and care.
Cons: I would have preferred more comfortable pillows and some wine glasses with bottle opener in the room and would add some vegetables/ boiled eggs for breakfast.
Pros: What an amazing property, it was truly beautiful and so relaxing. Caroline was such a wonderful host and cooked us the most delightful meal which was delicious. The background music was very pleasant and we truly enjoyed learning about Caroline’s travels. Our sincere apologies that we were over 2 hours late on arrival. We would definitely like to stay again!
Set in Bernouville, 44 km from Cergy, Les Chambres Du Haras offers a garden and free WiFi. The bed and breakfast offers a seating area with a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with a hairdryer and shower. Guests at LES CHAMBRES DU HARAS can enjoy a continental breakfast. The accommodation provides a children's playground. Beauvais is 41 km from Les Chambres Du Haras, while Forges-les-Eaux is 47 km from the property. The nearest airport is Paris Beauvais-Tille Airport, 51 km from the bed and breakfast.
Pros: Nice Bed & Breakfast in the countryside, extremely clean and well maintained!
Pros: This place was an old farm house and our was a attic room which was a huge room which had exposed huge rafters 100 years old .It was nicely decorated out and it was super clean.Which was reflected across the hole property
Pros: The hosts were fantastic and really made us feel welcome. They were fantastic with the kids.
Pros: We were on the way to Paris from London, so it was a nice option for us. It's actually a horse farm, and nice environment. We saw many wonderful views. Owner( family ) is so hospitable. The room felt me like we were in a "Van Gogh" art. There was a nice tea selection. Thanks
Cons: Owners' dog is so cute,but so curious. It was little annoying for me while loading/unloading the car. Because we traveled with baby , and pretty much belongings. I requested a baby cot , but they provided without linens. Just foam mattress which is not acceptable. I used towels for the cot. And double bed is so narrow. The room in the attic. If you need fresh air, it's hard to get it. Limited window space. Too much stairs for newwalkers (Babies ) No chance to be careless. Classic French or Italian style breakfast never feed us in B&B concept, because they never serve egg on breakfast , egg should be offered. ( We could find only one egg for our baby upon request thankfully ) Although they need improvements about accommodation , it was generally good experience.
Pros: Very nice location, very peaceful and quiet and a nice breakfast .
Pros: A beautiful, clean and peaceful attic room with own bathroom, in a farm house in the countryside. The bed is bid and comfortable. It is all very clean. There is radiator in the room and bathroom. There is a table with chairs, a secretaire desk and a boiler for tea/coffee. There is a closet with space. The hosts are very very friendly and try to make it comfortable and easy for you. You feel like a guest. Breakfast is nice. You can take a walk to the garden and see the horses in the farm. Also, a very friendly happy dog and a lovely cat welcome you to the farm. :)
Located in Bazincourt-sur-Epte, Château de la Rapée is a 4-minute drive from Church of Bazincourt-sur-Epte and 9 minutes from Chateau de Gisors. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access and a business center. This hotel has 13 meeting rooms available for events. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The setting is fabulous and the staff very friendly and helpful
Cons: We couldn’t stay longer
Pros: Lovely grounds, nice swimming pool, very quiet
Cons: Expensive wine list
Pros: The location of the property, way out in the countryside was lovely. The signposting on the approach roads was very helpful.
Cons: This does not work as a hotel. there was one member of staff present in the evening who checked us in, had to do the porterage (no lifts), served in the restaurant, and, we suspect, actually heated and plated the previously prepared meal. In the morning, there was another guy who looked after the breakfast room (inadequately) and handled check-out, but with no sign of help with bags. He was a bit anonymous. This is really a restaurant with rooms, but even that didn't work because the restaurant is open only for hotel guests on a Wednesday. There was just a poor (and expensive) table d'hote offering and, as indicated, we believe that the food had been pre-prepared by the chef earlier in the day. It was not a bad meal, but the menu was a bit uninspired. Breakfast was poor and definitely did not match the supposed standard of the hotel. It was very bad value.
Pros: Loved the home-made breakfast and the wonderful attention of the staff.
Pros: We were here 5 years ago and came back this summer. It was equally great. Spacy room, nicely decorated. Staff is very friendly. They serve excellent food.
Pros: Lovely chateau surrounded by pleasant countryside. Very serene and restful. Staff were very accommodating and friendly .
With a stay at Domaine de Montchevreuil in Fresneaux-Montchevreuil, you'll be 31.1 mi (50.1 km) from Chateau de Chantilly and 28 mi (45.1 km) from Cergy Pontoise University. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and luggage storage. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours), and free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Nice staff and clean room. Especially i did enjoy a really wide territory and chateau things.
Pros: Authentique historic place. Hosts very wellcoming. Good basic breakfast. Stayed in one of the seperate buildings with a nice big room. Pity the actual Chateau is in ruins but it surely adds to the atmosfere. Arrived late on a stormy winter evening and got an 'eyes wide shut' feeling in front of the gates. They look the same as the ones in the scene where Tom Cruise arrives at the chateau. Grounds are looked after by a Malinois sheperd dog so you can sleep on both ears. Anyway i can recommend a stay here.
Cons: Entry trough the gates by car was slippery. Wheels kept spinning on the metal tubes in the floor put there to keep the livestock from leaving. Trick is to accelerate in advance and then no problem to get over these tubes. Wifi a bit slow and occassionally loosing connection. Lookup the place on google-earth in advance can help to find the exact location. My GPS didn't know it..
Located in Trie-Chateau, Yourte Oulan Bator - Le Village des Templiers is on the boardwalk, within a 5-minute drive of Chateau de Gisors and Saint Gervais and Saint Protais Cathedral. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access and multilingual staff. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Fantastic property, couldn't fault it. Absolutely all the facilities you could think of. We had an amazing time and we will definitely be back.
With a stay at Hôtel Moderne in Gisors, you'll be within a 15-minute walk of Saint Gervais and Saint Protais Cathedral and Chateau de Gisors. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a computer station, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle for a surcharge, and self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: Super friendly staff, comfortable and new facilities, great breakfast, quiet neighbourhood. It was a very pleasant surprise
Pros: A very warm welcome by a gentleman at the reception.
Cons: The hotel needs a bit of renovation, the word Modern is definitely not applicable to this premises.
Pros: It was clean and friendly staff.
Cons: It need severe modernisation. Toilet and bathroom facilities weren’t working.
Pros: Good locale and good price. There were 4 in our party occupying different rooms. All agreed the accommodation was good
With a stay at Château du Jard in Chaumont-en-Vexin, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Chateau de Gisors and Saint Gervais and Saint Protais Cathedral. Featured amenities include multilingual staff and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: We had a very warm welcome from the owner and staff. We were given access to a lounge with a roaring log fire and a kitchen and had a lovely continental breakfast in the morning. The place had a lovely atmosphere and character and deserves far more than a one night stay. There is no bar but there are places within walking distance to eat and drink. If you are considering stopping in this area, I strongly recommend you to try it out.
Pros: Very attentive service. Wonderful location. Beautiful chateau.
Cons: Very unhappy with Booking.com who told us this twin room was recommended for 2 adults and 2 children. In fact maximum occupancy was 2 persons and we had to pay for a second room for the night.
Pros: Excellent location
Cons: Hard to get in on our arrival
Pros: Warm welcome on arrival. Chateau has been very tastefully refurbished / modernised, and the grounds extremely well kept. Breakfast was served in vaulted surroundings and both the croissant & bread were delicious with 5 or 6 homemade jams & marmalade, no shortage of coffee. The lady owner is a joy to talk to; her English is fluent.
Cons: Being picky - the bed in Room 3 could be slightly larger, but otherwise excellent.
Pros: I really didn't expect such a hospitality, I nearly felt at home
Cons: Beds are uncomfortable, bathrom and room in general is small, old, broken and dirty, breakfast is not valuable and they are charging fees not informed in advance. There is no restaurant nearby.
Pros: The outdoor
Cons: The room type with little roof couldn’t take proper bath
When you stay at Hôtel Saint Nicolas in Chaumont-en-Vexin, you'll be next to a golf course and 10 minutes by car from Saint Gervais and Saint Protais Cathedral. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Nice historic building with thick stone walls in the town centre Useful if like me you were cycling through - the ground floor rooms ( 2-10 think ) are good to store cycles in - nobody seemed to mind. Also space to park a few cars
Cons: Mattress has seen better days - cheap No sign outside so difficult to find the place - I asked a guy who emerged from next door , and he never heard of the hotel.
Pros: Nice hosts, lovely breakfast.
Cons: Rooms a little tired.
Pros: It was a very beautiful town, i'm still glad i went even though there is nowhere to eat.
Cons: There are no restaurants in the town !! There is only a takeaway pizza parlour.
Pros: Wonderful to stay at hundreds years old hotel with old cozy town...with kind staffs.
Cons: Nothing can complain.
Pros: Hotel Saint Nicholas is full of character; the rooms are off an old courtyard through an archway, in some cases up little staircases. It is basic 'old style' French, great if you like that (which we do), if you prefer a more modern hotel probably not for you. We didn't have breakfast but it looked nice, the staff are friendly, they don't speak English. Chaumont-en-Vexin itself was an unexpected gem, with a big amazing crumbling Renaissance style church with incredible gargoyles, reliefs and buttresses. We couldn't get in it but it would be fascinating to explore inside.
Pros: The room was clean. The bed was comfortable. The over-the-bath shower provided a good flow of hot water. The (Continental) breakfast was ample.
Cons: Access to the car park is very awkward especially for a larger vehicle - the passageway into the courtyard is marked by 2 large stones and it is quite tight! The restaurant was closed - there are a couple what look like take-away pizza places in town. We ended up buying a few items from the Carrefour City which is just over the road from the hotel and eating outside the room. Not what we were looking for!