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L'Auberge Provencale Bed and Breakfast Questions & Answers

Hampton, Virginia

I see you mention room #12. On their website I don't see the rooms assigned numbers but rather names. But the reviews on tripadvisor mostly reference room #s. How can I know which rooms are what #s?

over a year ago Answer

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ProvenceVirginia
Virginia
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Rooms, 12, 13, and 14 are at the Villa La Campagnette, three miles from the main inn. the name of room 12 is Marie Antoinette. Incidentally, no oned pays for coffee at breakfast and even at dinner it is not 7.50.

over a year ago
Washington DC, District of Columbia
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This was the Chagall room.

over a year ago
DC
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Main House: Rooms #1-11 (listed in order) - Note: Mobile site has different room names

Voltaire

Larousse

Josephine

Pascal

Monet

Chagall

Lafayette

Mistral

Renoir

Coco Chanel

Van Gogh

Villa la Campagnette:

Marie Antoinette (#12) - beautiful bath w/claw foot tub/no shower

Matisse (#13) - suite w/separate sitting room / steam shower / minimal storage space

Louis XIV (#14) - airy, spacious suite w/lots of light / steam shower and large wardrobe for storage

over a year ago
New York City, New York
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Sorry again, # 12 is Marie Antoinette, and #13 is the larger one called Matisse King Suite (which we ended up staying)

over a year ago
New York City, New York
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Dinner is quite fancy and not cheap, but we loved the food and thought it worth the $. Breakfast was so fresh (from local farm/mill etc.) and had very good choices.

over a year ago
Kimberton, Pennsylvania
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The property very recently added French names to all their accommodations. I would suggest looking at the web site and choosing an accommodation because of its ambience, type of bed, etc. rather than worry about a number. All but three of the accommodations are located on the main property. The other three are located at a property about five miles away. All meals are served at the main historical inn. We have stayed at three different suites in the main inn, all very delightful and welcoming.

over a year ago
Alexandria, Virginia
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Wow...that person above looks like they cSn never be happy. Geez.

There are 2 places to stay: we were in the house a couple of miles from the larger home or the restaurant is located. Breakfast was served in the smaller house as well and cook by the chef owner.

  We found it to be delightful.

  Our room was located in this house as you climb the stairs and walk straight back. It was the door facing you as he walked on the hallway. It was quite a large room as well. This house was very quiet because it was off the major road. There's also a pool there but since it is late in the season I'm sure it's not open right now Hope this helps.

over a year ago
Arlington, VIrginia
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They must have named their rooms instead of numbers. I looked at the pictures and I think our room was Monet. BTW, there was a recent post about noise from the highway etc. We didn't hear a thing. Breakfast was included so I don't know what these folks were talking about when they referred to a charge for coffee. It's a lovely inn.

over a year ago
New York City, New York
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Sorry that I did not visit this site regularly. The room #12 is called Matisse King Suite (I believe). But please check with the Inn and make sure it's correct - it's been a while. You have free coffee in the room, and breakfast is all inclusive which means no charge for any drinks. The place is very quiet, at least while we were there. It was next to a road, but a country road with a farm cross the street. Good luck!

over a year ago
Ellicott City, Maryland
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I would call the B&B to double check.

over a year ago
Alexandria, Virginia
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Hi @Valnjr1, all the rooms, all the buildings are next to a fairly loud (24/7) main route. There's road noise all night long, there's road noise for breakfast, there's road noise for dinner. And if you sit outside, the noise may even interrupt your romantic dinner conversation.

Get the free (already paid for) cup of coffee from your room, they want to charge $7.50 per cup for breakfast.

Go on a wine tour at a local winery, buy a $15-$25 bottle there. L'Auberge will charge 4 times as much for the same bottle. It's the same winery, same variety, and same vintage year, just 4 times more expensive.

The activities you do elsewhere can be enjoyable.

Go with little expectations and you will be pleasantly surprised. Expect the chef to understand 'medium', you will be disappointed. If you expect courteous service, or water glasses to be refilled, or your table attended-to for your needs, you will be disappointed.

Seriously, a weekend trip to Cancun or DR (to include airfare), will cost the same.

over a year ago
Bethesda, Maryland
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The website appears to have been updated and no longer lists room numbers as well as names. Suggest you contact L'Auberge directly for room number-name listing.

over a year ago
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