Ratings based on 10 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.4 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby jbsberg from Surrey
Great for families, nice location.Posted Aug 27, 2013 on Hotels.com
Checking in took a while, guess it was a busy time and only one person on reception. Apartment was comfortable and beds were good although we had to make them up ourselves Location was great.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Great hotelPosted Jun 12, 2012 on Hotels.com
Really friendly staff. Room clean and tidy. Great location
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Southampton
Near to châteaux and sitesPosted Sep 12, 2011 on Hotels.com
Lovely location. Good to collect bread from reception in the morning. Room perfect for us, comfy double bed and comfy bed settee for a teenager in the lounge area. Great to sit on wooden balcony and eat dinner outside. Well fitted apartment. Only thing missing was an oven, as the dual microwave couldn't cook pizza. Not far from Chateaux of the Loire. Supermarket 5 minutes walk away. Would go back!
for Familiesby A verified traveler from London, UK
Very basic, good value, great location.Posted Aug 7, 2011
It's a small, quite new campsite style place without the tents! Accomodation is basic to good, but it's cheap so good value. Beds a bit hard though. Having a balcony is good. Pool nice, but be up early to get a sunbed! Food not great, but it's 5 mins walk to a large supermarket and 15mins walk to Richileu which is lovely. Great location for exploring The Loire. Chinon 25 mins drive, Tours 40min and a bunch of Chateu's and vinyards nearby. Weather was good so we had a good time.
by A verified traveler from San Diego, ca
If you want a family camping property, this might be okPosted May 13, 2011
The beds were so uncomfortable that we left after the first night, even though we'd paid for two. While the kitchen and bath were nicely appointed, altogether this was like a Motel 6 meets a camping lodge. The bed in the bedroom was like a child's bed so I slept curled up; the second bed in the main room had such a loud squeak that it woke me up every time the occupant turned. Dragging luggage a long way from the car, across gravel, to reach the room did not help. Front desk closes at 10pm; good luck if you need a question answered after that. Sitting area and bed room looked like they had been furnished at Big Lots; I would not characterize this as 3 stars; was surprised to see this in Loire Valley. The room was clean and quiet, and the staff were nice.
for Familiesby A verified traveler from London
Good and basic for what we neededPosted Sep 2, 2010
The place is nice looking, New England style, friendly, with a lovely pool area and great restaurant buffet. The 'cottages' are apartments, 4 to a house. We had a 6 berth for 4 people, which gave us 2 small bedrooms - 2 x bunks and a double -a living space with kicthenette, day bed which could become 2 singles, and a dining table; a separate toilet and bathroom. Very small but efficiently laid out. Outside was a veranda with table and chairs, lovely for drinks after our long drive. The houses are laid out in a semi circle around the pool, spa and restaurant. It was perfect for a selcatering overnight stay, which lots of people appeared to be doing, but also seemed ideal for families on holiday. My only real complaint was with housekeeping. the place looked clean enough at first sight, but there were hairs on the worksurface of the kitchen, suggesting a cursory wipe, the bathroom was similar. There was grout missing from floor tiles, we could have lifted tiles up, the bathroom floor was raised and when our children had tripped twice we looked and realised it hadn't been finished properly, so you could see under the floor into the cavity beyond. While the double bed had been made up, we were left with 2 sets of bunk beds to make up ourselves, with flat sheets, not easy or ideal after a 7 hour drive. Apart from those niggles, which I could almost overlook because we only stayed one night (I'd have kicked up a fuss if we were there longer) we enjoyed the place and relaxed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Sussex
A new experiencePosted Aug 10, 2009
Everthing you could want for a quiet self catering holiday.Very friendly courteous staff in bar and restaurant, food in evening high quality but with limited choice, but at an appropriate price. Parking can be a problem if returning late at night, had to park outside once.The residence was very close to local Intermarche. We would have appreciated more in room information about the facilities and local attractions.We would definately consider again if we were in the region in the future.
by A verified traveler from Chester
out in the wilds!!Posted Jul 15, 2009 on Hotels.com
This complex looks fairly new - it has very little comfort for a family with children. The staff are basic in english like us in frencxh but you struggle by. The food is goos quality but breakfast was a disaster. Not enough staff to cater for any amount of guests - everthinh ran out way befotre 1000 - 1 staff who was not totally with it. Most or allguests were upset by lack of all types of needy food/drink.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jun 19, 2009 on Hotels.com
by A verified traveler from New Bern
Its like a summer beach rentalPosted Jun 18, 2009 on Hotels.com
We were staying for four nights. The place is not a hotel. It is made up of cottages which has four up and four down. Ours is advertised as sleeping 6. There is one bedroom with a queen bed, one bedroom with bunk beds and a sleeper sofs with a trundle bed that pulls out. The room with the bunk beds was so small that the door could not be completely opened because it hit the beds. When we arrived, there was no soap for the bathroom or kitchen. There was a coffee maker but no filters. No bathroom tissue. The dishes, silverware and pot and pans were good. There is no air conditioning which was alright for early May. Re restruant was good but expensive. We did not use the pool or the saunna.