I stayed in this hotel on my way from London to Paris (Avenue Verte). The bed was very comfortable, the room and bathroom new, clean and spacious. They locked my bike in a safe garage, personnel was friendly and the breakfast big. They even made me a baguette for lunch :).
Had lunch here three years ago and was impressed by the cyclist-friendly atmosphere, so decided to make an overnight stop here on a cycle tour in April 2016. In fact, we ended up spending two consecutive nights here as we left our heavier luggage at the hotel and did a day ride in the area.
The hotel is simple but very comfortable. Good, large TV in the room. Cost: 70 Euros per night for a room with two beds in it. There was a double bed and single, so the room could have slept three (not sure about pricing for that).
The set-menu dinner was great value at 12 Euros (drinks extra, but water provided). They also have more expensive food options. Breakfast was 8 Euros.
One key feature for cyclists is that they have garages in which they will lock up your bike for the night.
Would be happy to stay here again.
Many hotels were fully booked in the town as it was saturday evening. The local tourist office in Forges-Les-Eaux phoned and acquired a room for is at this hotel. We enjoyed a hearty welcome at this hotel when we arrived a few minutes after booking and really enjoyed the night we spent there. The freshly cooked dinner was lovely and excellent value for money.
I spent 2 nights in the Sofhotel. They were very pleasant. Super clean room, along with a super clean bathroom. Everything smelled clean and nice. The way a hotel should. The bed was terrific"just right".
The staff at the Sofhotel are outstanding. Daniel et al. Really are a part of the area and hotel. They have invested themselves. Something not easily found now.
The hotel is a stones throw from the center of Forges. Great bakeries etc. The Resistance museum. Great pubs.
Stopped here for lunch while on a cycling trip. We were attracted by the fact that they advertise some veggie options (unusual in France) and the fact that they are part of the "Accueil Vélo" (Cyclists Welcome) network, which meant that we could leave our loaded bikes in a locked garage while we had lunch.
Food was good and, for a restaurant, reasonably priced. Spoke to the chef, who told me that a lot of the produce is local and organic. Another plus point is that they were prepared to put up with a couple of sweaty cyclists in their dining room!
I may well stay at the hotel next time I pass through.