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Set on an 85-hectare estate, Le Hameau de la Mûre guest house is 9 km from the centre of Saint-Laurent-du-Pape. It offers a heated infinity pool. Free internet access is available in public areas. This property offers rooms with a flat-screen TV, a DVD player and iron facilities. Each accommodation type includes a bathroom with free toiletries, a hairdryer and a bath or shower. Breakfast is served every morning in the dining room or on the terrace. Le Hameau de la Mûre is 22 km from exit 16 of the A7 motorway.
Pros: Beautiful hotel, very relaxing. Loved every part! Thank you!
Pros: Nice hotel, perfect location.
Pros: The location and style of this place is gorgeous. There are lots of very inviting places all around the property and the swimming pool is a great spot in summertime.
Cons: Excellent menu but no other choices than the menu available. This is a Gite and not a restaurant, the rules are clear. Thankfully, the host was able to recommend local restaurants nearby.
Pros: A quirky fun, beautiful place. The food was stunning absolutely just delicious.
Pros: Location is the strongest winning point. The staff don't speak any English but we're very friendly.
Cons: Breakfast was very limited.
Pros: Top, top, top, Fantastic location, a little paradise on earth The owners were very friendly and warm people, we felt really welcome. The food was great.
Welcome to Domaine Les Buis. Our beautiful typical Ardèche house will seduce you with its charm and comfort. The house has 2 family suites on the ground floor, each consisting of 2 bedrooms that share the same bathroom, and 3 bedrooms with private bathroom on the first floor. The reservation includes the provision of a large kitchen / lounge / dining room on the ground floor, the terrace covered by two pergolas, ideal for meals in summer, indoor parking secured by an electric gate and a swimming pool heated with garden.
Pros: Very cozy and comfortable. Such a great view of the garden. It was easy to walk in to the town. Christine gave us a great breakfast.
Cons: Can’t think of one thing!
Pros: Stately home, large room, modern bathroom, good heating and nice breakfast.
Pros: Terrific breakfast with organic products and delicious home made jams.
Pros: Great house, friendly staff
Cons: nothing, it was perfect for us...
Pros: Te cleanness of the place, the attentions and kindness of the hosts, and best of all, the food! Breakfast and dinner is amazingly delicious!!!
Cons: Nothing to complain
Pros: Hosts were welcoming and accommodating Everything was nicely presented Breakfast was good Good size apartment Lovely dog!
Cons: Sink and shower drains a little blocked Toilet was separate from bathroom No curtains or blinds on the windows Hosts spoke no English at all
When you stay at Chambres d'hôtes Les Figuiers in Silhac, you'll be steps from Monts d'Ardèche Regional Nature Park. Featured amenities include a library, coffee/tea in a common area, and microwave in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
Located in Saint-Laurent-du-Pape, Domaine de l'Amiral is in a rural location, within a 15-minute drive of Ardeche Miniatures and Monts d'Ardèche Regional Nature Park. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Lovely host. Beautiful scenery. Bathrooms are really nice and huge. Felt like staying in someone's house.
Cons: We decided not to have the dinner as it was a bit late for us. We found limited alternative restaurant options in the area as most seemed to be closed on Mondays. We did end up having some lovely takeaway pizza from a boulangerie a few miles further up the road.
Pros: Great place to stay to explore the area. Friendly host and great breakfast and dinner.
Pros: The hotel is very nicely decorated. It definitely isn't a standard place with no soul. The bed was comfortable, the bathroom (shared, as clearly announced on booking) was large and comfortable. There is a very nice livingroom for the guests and there are toys in the living room as well as in the entrance hall. Our 3 year old son absolutely LOVED it. There is an unsuspected garden accessible from the last floor. I really think it was a lovely stay, perfect for a family with young kids. We didnt't eat at the hotel in the evening, but it looked like there was a very warm atmosphere when we came back in the evening.
Cons: The first night we spent there was very noisy due to trafic. The large family bedroom we had was facing a department road and a smaller road and for some reason, the first night we were woken up by cars all night long. Absolutely nothing, much more quiet the second night. Maybe there was some event happening? The breakfast is a bit disappointing. There is a croissant and white bread. And that's it. We tend to have eggs in the morning and cereals with yogourt. The butter is actually some sort of low cholesterol super transformed food (really not my cup of tea), but the host provided butter when asked. And then there are super industrial yoghourt, pinky pink salami and plastic melted spreading of cheese (in France!) - and I suspected industrial jams as well. Maybe a tad overpriced considering the shared bathroom.
Pros: Very original interior with lots of "artefacts". Friendly and helpful staff. The hotel felt like home away from home :-)
Pros: Lovely eccentric and interesting place - intriguing decor, Enormous bathrooms with huge showers, super food, informal atmosphere. Don’t come here if you like boring cookie-cutter hotels - come if you like a totally individual place with a relaxed and friendly feel and delicious dinner eaten in the garden.
Cons: I personally don’t care but our room was not en-suite - maybe some others are.
Pros: An exceptional place and an amazing experience . Highly recommended!
Pros: A unique historical property located close to the Dolce Via bike route in an attractive village. Our room was spacious and the shower and toilet facilities across the hall equally large and comfortable. The staff were most welcoming and provided us with plates, flat ware, and glasses for our evening picnic. Signage from the road was helpful to find our last few turns.
Pros: incredible host and house ! i highly recommend !
Pros: Lovely house with lots of nice decoration touches, friendly family atmosphere with the opportunity to have dinner with hosts and toys for children provided.
With a stay at Camping Plein Sud in Gilhac-et-Bruzac, you'll be next to a golf course, and 17.3 mi (27.9 km) from Maison des Tetes and 7.5 mi (12.1 km) from Monts d'Ardèche Regional Nature Park. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, multilingual staff, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Cosy, nice pool and friendly staff
Cons: Toilet in bungalow didn’t work Toilets at pool were old and dirty Missed a small store on the camping site