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|Distance to city center||0.2 mi|
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The castle was beautiful The room too. Breakfast was ok but we asked for an egg and they said they would give it to us but they didnt. My wife had a problem with her leg and he was going to give us a room up two floors with some terrible stairs so we asked for one lower and he took us to a maginifcent one in the main floor but said it was more expensive so we said no and he showed us one one floor up and we said it was ok and then he charged us much more than what we had agreed with you
What he charged us and that you cannot eat there you have to travel 20 minutes and back to get food
Bed very comfortable Setting stunning Pool excellent
Quite pricey for only B&B with only fairly simple breakfast
Friendly staff. Historical building. Fun in the pool. Local road biking excellent.
Good place to stay to recharge the batteries. Very interesting history & host very helpful.
The towers and parts of the existing chateau date back to the 12th century. Such history! The room was lovely and very clean. My room had a small fridge which was nice. The staff/owner was very kind and accommodating. The best part of the place is the view of the valley and mountain range as well as splendid sunsets. All the notes and receipts are written on beautiful, fancy paper, it’s the small things that I enjoy most. The common rooms were setup like a large library and museum. The common areas were always well lit with classical music playing in the background. The living rooms/sitting areas all felt like stepping into such rich family history with all kinds of historical artifacts and family relics.
There is no food available on site, except for breakfast, and the nearest city is about 20 min drive away. There is one small, local restaurant near the castle. The backyard has so much potential and could be designed/landscaped better to drive traffic and customers to the hotel for the view alone. There are some lounge chairs and tables with umbrellas. The pool was not ready for use, it seemed that it was being cleaned.
Located in Vollore-Ville, Château de Vollore is a 1-minute drive from Parc Naturel Regional Livradois-Forez and 8 minutes from La Catiche du Lac d'Aubusson d'Auvergne. Free self parking is available onsite.
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FAQs when booking at Château De Vollore
Where is Château De Vollore located?
Château De Vollore is located at Vollore-ville, 0.2 miles from the center of Vollore-Ville.
When is check-in time and check-out time at Château De Vollore?
Check-in time is 4:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 PM at Château De Vollore.
Does Château De Vollore offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, Château De Vollore offers free Wi-Fi.
Does Château De Vollore offer free parking?
Yes, Château De Vollore offers free parking.
Does Château De Vollore offer free airport shuttle service?
No, Château De Vollore does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is Château De Vollore from the airport?
Château De Vollore is 20.6 miles from Clermont-Ferrand Aulnat. Château De Vollore is 37.7 miles from Saint-Étienne Boutheon.
Can you bring pets to Château De Vollore?
Yes, Château De Vollore is a pet-friendly hotel.
Does Château De Vollore have a pool?
Yes, Château De Vollore has a pool onsite.
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|Clermont-Ferrand Aulnat||20.6 mi|
|Saint-Étienne Boutheon||37.7 mi|
|Gare de Clermont-Ferrand||24 mi|
|Saint-Étienne Gare de St Etiene - Chateaucreux||45.5 mi|