Chateau du Landin
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Chateau du Landin

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1 All. du Château, Le Landin, Normandy, 27350, France
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Located in Le Landin, Chambres d'Hôtes Château du Landin is in a regional park, within a 15-minute drive of Jumièges Abbey and Seine. This golf bed & breakfast is 6.7 mi (10.7 km) from Jumièges Golf Course and 9.4 mi (15.2 km) from Parc de Brotonne Golf.Show More
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3.7/5Cleanliness: 3.7
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Amenities
Golf CourseSunbathing AreaMassage RoomFitness RoomPrivate ParkingFreeBarBilliards RoomRestaurantMeeting RoomWi-Fi in Public AreasFree
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Surroundings
Airport: Rouen Airport
(42.9 km)
Train: ROUEN RIVE DROITE RAILWAY STATION
(36.8 km)
Train: VAL DE REUIL RAILWAY STATION
(42.4 km)
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Room (Beige)
7

Room (Beige)

1 Double bed
Non-smoking
Towel
Garden View
Landmark View
Private Entrance
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Room (Blanche)
7

Room (Blanche)

1 King bed
Non-smoking
Towel
Landmark View
Private Entrance
Private Toilet
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Rose Room
6

Rose Room

1 Double bed
Non-smoking
Towel
Landmark View
Private Entrance
Private Toilet
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Private House
5

Private House

3 Double bed
Non-smoking
TV
Towel
Desk
Bottled Water
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House of Friends
6

House of Friends

2 Double bed and 6 Single bed
Non-smoking
TV
Towel
Desk
Bottled Water
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Apartment
4

Apartment

2 Double bed and 1 Sofa bed
Non-smoking
TV
Towel
Garden View
Desk
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Room (Verte)
7

Room (Verte)

1 Double bed
Non-smoking
Private bathroom
TV
Lake View
Towel
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Room (Ronde)
6

Room (Ronde)

1 Double bed
Non-smoking
Towel
Landmark View
Private Entrance
Private Toilet
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Guest Reviews(31)

3.7/5
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  • Cleanliness3.7
  • Amenities3.7
  • Location3.7
  • Service3.7
G‍u‍e‍s‍t‍ ‍U‍s‍e‍r
June 9, 2024
Damp, dirty mattress, broken front door lock,hat to put chair under handle for safety when in. No lighting to the house. Very uneven paving around the front of the house,had to walk on the grass to get to the front. Views and wildlife fantastic, The donkeys, horses and peacocks a shear delight.
S‍u‍n‍i‍l
September 6, 2023
Friendly staff, delicious breakfast , beautiful views from the back of the chateau , daily room service . Property a little run down . Overall happy with our stay .
G‍u‍e‍s‍t‍ ‍U‍s‍e‍r
August 13, 2023
The chateau building is extremely beautiful, to the rear it overlooks the River Seine which is a fantastic. There is no reception desk, just a handbell on a table, and we were greeted by one of the housekeepers, who showed us to our room and the gym with a jacuzzi which was for our exclusive use. Then she came back and apologised as we were booked into the Sable Room which apparently was better than the original room we were taken to. I would loosely describe the interior of the chateau as ‘shabby chic’ as the paintwork was very chipped, most of the furniture was cheap and wobbly (none of those lovely old period French beds and furniture found in French brocantes). The bathrooms were rather dated but not original and would again have been lovely with a period freestanding bath etc. but all the rooms were very clean. There were hardly any other guests in the chateau but some people were housed in nearby gites. A few days before our visit we were sent a dinner menu so we had emailed in advance to book a table for our first evening. The staff didn’t speak English and when I reminded them we had booked dinner I was told the chef was tired and wouldn’t be providing dinner that night! This was strange but she said he would cook dinner the next night. So we drove through 3 small towns before we found anywhere to eat - it was a pizza takeaway with a few tables! So the next night we came down for dinner, rang the bell in the hallway and waited for someone to come, kept ringing the bell and eventually the woman who we think is the owner appeared talking loudly on her phone, walking around, ignoring us completely and wandered off again, it felt like a scene from Fawlty Towers. We did eventually get hold of an housekeeper and had our dinner about 2 hours after our 7pm arrangement and it was very good food. The two breakfasts we had were also nice. So although some aspects were disappointing, overall it was lovely to stay in this beautiful chateau for a couple of nights.,
G‍u‍e‍s‍t‍ ‍U‍s‍e‍r
August 6, 2023
The Chateau is truly stunning. It is charming, magnificent and effortlessly reflects old world elegance………..if you want to experience the grandeur of France’s aristocratic past then this fading echo of that period is an absolute must………the interior is an eclectic mix of the empire that France once was, gilded mirrors, enormously flamboyant bronzes and lavish marble covered walls, but now, converted into an hotel, it’s a dire and somewhat contrived reflection of a family’s interpretation of what paying guests really want when holidaying. From the middle of the last century, the new and varied owners have tried to modernize the house at different periods. Our en-suite was an original avocado coloured bathroom from the 1960s. With a bath you had to step gingerly into for a shower, it was an A&E catastrophe in waiting, I could almost hear the French ambulance screaming down the gravelled driveway to cart some unfortunate b****** off for surgery in order to remove the bidet. The shower was terrible; it was extremely cramped, the shower head needed replacing and once you’re wet, dangerous to step out of. The en-suite is dated, tired, exhausted and not very comfortable but great if you’re a dwarf. I’m afraid there’s so much wrong here that it’s impossible to really express everything without being seen as extremely precious………It’s so off the mark it seems incomprehensible that it’s actually being run as a hotel………..but it is…….and extremely poorly. Getting a drink is awkward, embarrassing, DIFFICULT, I was told by the owner’s son hat he’d find someone to help me…..I felt dreadful because it meant he would have to stop playing on his mobile phone & get off the sofa to do that……!!!!!! They don’t appear to have any ‘proper staff’, just old locals that help out……..there’s no focal point such as a reception desk. It’s very laissez-faire and you’re never really sure who are guests and who actually works there. I found myself apologising when asking for a drink. It felt very odd. I asked for a gin and tonic but was informed that they don’t have a license for spirits so I’d have to have wine……..it’s at this point that I felt the will to live slip away, but in a thankful way. I had white wine…….it was dreadful……! SERIOUSLY……how in the name of Napoleon can you get away with serving atrocious wine in a country famed for it? Heads up; they could chill it, that would help….! Unfortunately though it appears that everything is done on the cheap and that includes the wine. We opted to dine at the Chateau, purely for ease. We booked for 8:00pm…………but why bother, no one adheres to the guests preferences. A young couple complained to me because they’d booked for 7:30pm and were still waiting at 8:45pm when we had our order taken. I’ll be brief here; it was poor and obviously from packets. Salmon starter was…….slimy, I think probably frozen at one point. Risotto turned out to be macaroni. Mine was cold, clearly mine was microwaved first. There was no way either of us wa
G‍u‍e‍s‍t‍ ‍U‍s‍e‍r
July 17, 2023
We stayed in a house in the grounds of the chateau for six days. We were self catering but my Son paid for us all to have breakfast at the chateau, sitting on the terrace looking at the beautiful view. We had our own enclosed garden with bbq and hot tub we heated with logs. It was a fantastic place to stay we were very sorry to leave.The grounds were well kept and there is a stables in the grounds of top class horses which were let out n sectioned parts to graze. One morning we saw a boar grazing under the trees not bothered by us. There are three houses in the grounds to rent. Idyllic setting
Y‍i‍g‍i‍t‍e‍r‍ ‍U
June 10, 2023
Just after landing on the busy CDG airport of Paris, we arrived at Chateau du Landin in two hours. It had everything we had expected... and even more. An ideal place to rest, read, listen to yourself, take long walks and enjoy the beauties of nature; including a couple of peacocks! Our room was spacious and comfortable. Breathtaking view of river Seine was a big plus. They also had a nice menu for dinner so, we did not need to drive around to find a restaurant. At the beginning or on the last day of your trip to Normandy, Chateau du Landin definitely must be a stop -at least for one night. It's not very far from the vibes of Paris, but tranquil and peaceful enough to be the crown jewel of your holiday.
G‍u‍e‍s‍t‍ ‍U‍s‍e‍r
January 31, 2023
The views from every room are beautiful The room was spacious enough but had no amenities There was no coffee making facilities and just in a corner of a downstairs area was a little coffee making facility although not well stocked Also make communication very difficult if the staff doesn’t speak English The bikes for use can do with an upgrade
G‍u‍e‍s‍t‍ ‍U‍s‍e‍r
August 19, 2022
The Chateau, grounds and views from the rear are are very impressive with views out to the Seine and the surrounding countryside, so a beautiful place to stay. The room was nice, with great views, if a little dated, along with the bathroom but given the size of the place, I didn't actually mind this, as it added character. Breakfast was nice, sitting out on the terrace admiring the views was most enjoyable, with plenty of coffee, juice, pastries, and eggs if you wanted them. . We booked dinner for the evening as we were away from the madding crowd as such, however after making our choices, the food arrived, and it wasn't "up to par" for what you would generally expect from French cuisine. The pasta dishes we were served, seemed to be little more than packet food, but being honest, we were on holiday and given the lady serving us was extremely nice and lovely, we didn't have the heart to complain - the good 'ol English, eh ??
e‍d‍w‍a‍r‍d
June 8, 2022
This Château can only be described as fabulous.It was a pleasure to be so welcomed but our host amid beautiful surroundings.Fantatic.

Property Policies

Check-in and Check-out Times
Check-in: 15:00–21:00
Check-out: Before 11:00

Front desk hours: [Mon-Sun]15:00–20:00

The property will provide check-in details after booking

To check-in, contact the property 1 day in advance

Child Policies
Children of all ages are welcome at this property.
Additional fees may be charged for children using existing beds. Add the number of children to get a more accurate price.

Cribs and Extra Beds
Extra bed and crib policies may vary according to room type. Please refer to the room type details for more information.

Breakfast
TypeContinental
AgeFee
Adult
Free
Additional breakfast fees are not included in the total and need to be paid at the property.

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Property Description

  • Number of Rooms: 2
Located in Le Landin, Chambres d'Hôtes Château du Landin is in a regional park, within a 15-minute drive of Jumièges Abbey and Seine. This golf bed & breakfast is 6.7 mi (10.7 km) from Jumièges Golf Course and 9.4 mi (15.2 km) from Parc de Brotonne Golf.

Enjoy recreational amenities such as a spa tub and a fitness center.

Continental breakfasts are available daily from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM for a fee.

Featured amenities include express check-out and coffee/tea in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.

Stay in one of 2 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks and complimentary bottled water, and housekeeping is provided daily.

Services & Amenities

Fitness Room
Billiards Room
Restaurant
Restaurant
Restaurant
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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to stay at Chateau du Landin?

Prices at Chateau du Landin are subject to change according to dates, hotel policy, and other factors. To view prices, please search for the dates you wish to stay at the hotel.

What is the closest airport to Chateau du Landin?

The closest airport is Rouen Airport. It is 42.9 km from the hotel and approximately a 40minutes journey by taxi.

What are the check-in and check-out times at Chateau du Landin?

The check-in time is after 15:00 and the check-out time is before 11:00.

Does Chateau du Landin provide airport transfer services?

No, the Chateau du Landin doesn't provide airport transfer services.

What amenities and services does Chateau du Landin have?

Chateau du Landin has the following amenities and services: Pets allowed, Golf Course, Sunbathing Area.

Does Chateau du Landin have a swimming pool?

No, Chateau du Landin doesn't have a pool.

Does Chateau du Landin have fitness amenities?

Yes, Chateau du Landin has fitness amenities.

Does Chateau du Landin provide Wi-Fi?

Yes, the hotel provides Wi-Fi.

Does Chateau du Landin have non-smoking rooms?

Yes, Chateau du Landin has non-smoking rooms. Please view the hotel listing for details.

Does Chateau du Landin provide breakfast?

Yes, Chateau du Landin provides breakfast.

About This Property

Nearest AirportRouen Airport
Distance to Airport42.93KM
Nearest Train StationROUEN RIVE DROITE RAILWAY STATION
Distance to Train Station36.81KM
Average Price FromUSD292
Hotel Star Rating3