"A fantastic price of €78 for a double room, €48 for a 4 course dinner absolutely worth it. Great food, great bed and even better owner and staff who were very knowledgeable on wine and the area. Swimming pool was beautifully clean and well kept. The place is a touch dated but hey for the price I’d challenge anyone to find somewhere more charming and better value for money. We bought an 18 L bottle of red for a party and it was very reasonably priced, the owner gave us 2 free bottles to try before we opened the massive one. Will definitely stay here again worth every penny for a 3* hotel."
"We arrived on valentines evening after a 12hr drive from UK with 2 tired but excited kids. I had, on booking, declined the Gourmand St Valentines dinner as we didn’t want formal dining and wouldn’t be fair on kids or other diners! Anyway - could we get some food pls? - “non” restaurant was full! Ok can we order room service and eat in bar pls? - “non” - there is no room service. Ok can we order some bar snacks - non - we don’t offer. So we gave up and said we’d call domino’s which they said ok! (Glad I’m not the owner!) but dominos said 1hr! So we gave up that as well. My wife decided to go to the kitchen herself and finally the nice barman brought us small cold plate of ham/cheese & rolls. Lucky us and the kids were highly underwhelmed! The other couple in the bar with a child did book the restaurant but there was no space. Funnily enough they got something warm served to them in the bar! And another couple actually had a dominos delivery! Bizarre! The room was tired and looked like layer after layer of cheap renovation. A noisy fuse box in a cupboard was met with - c’est comme ca (it’s just like that) and whilst I went to the car park my wife had to carry our bags to the room whilst 3 men at reception chatted away and never offered to help. That’s disgusting service. The bathroom was terrible and the shower head wouldn’t even hold up in the shower. They charged/ripped me off for €325 for the privilege and then breakfast on top. I declared it the real life Fawlty Towers of France and I would highly recommend avoiding this place. Not to mention dirty carpets, corridors and the bucket dirty cleaning water in the corridor as we left to checkout. Terrible service mentality and honestly not worth 1 star if you are used to travel. The hotel is in the dark ages."
"There's no disputing the elegance and charm of the hotel but it's all just a touch pretentious! In comparison to the bigger chains , on price, you get a nicer room for your money : not expensive. However, standing at reception with your little spaniel to be asked if you want to reserve dinner in the restaurant but told " dogs are not permitted in the restaurant " is just too blunt! It's quite plain to see that the reasonableness of room rates are an attempt to get you into the quite expensive restaurant! In spite of the fact that our dog was not welcome we did opt to eat in the restaurant ( he was quite happy to sleep in the comfy room rather than under a restaurant table!) The meal was enjoyable with some unusual touches and service quite acceptable even if a bit pretentious!"