We booked this hotel as a stop-off on our road trip. The location is spectacular and the accommodation very comfortable, although there were no English channels on the tv, no fridge or even water. We had dinner which was a great experience, overlooking the magnificent grounds. All food is local and freshly cooked using traditional recipes. Don't be put off by the help yourself buffet concept. This applies also to the wine - perusing the wine racks to make your choice. Our waitress was great. Breakfast didn't provide much in the way of hot food but was otherwise good.
Our problem with the hotel is that when we arrived early we were told very definitely that we could not check in until 4pm and neither could we park in front of the chateau to unload. The car park was 100 plus metres away. To emphasise this there were barriers across the entrance to the vast courtyard outside the front door. Thankfully it wasn't raining!
There are plenty or activities in the grounds and nearby, the setting is wonderful. The hotel seems to be aiming at corporate or sport team-building groups during the week. Perhaps it needs to decide where its market lies.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking