Ratings based on 9 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby sue from lancs
Beautiful chateau in countryside but near motorwayPosted Aug 25, 2013
Pros: The setting
Cons: Sat nav does not recognise postcode.
Location: Beautiful countryside but very near motorway access.
A picture perfect French chateau witha very laid back atmosphere. The staff are attentive but not overbearing. The restaurant is modern and chic with amazing food. The drinks are a little pricey, watch the wine! The grounds are fantastic, we used it as a stopover travelling back from Spain, will certainly use it again, just wish we had more time there.
Recommendedby david from london
good hotelPosted Aug 9, 2013 on Hotels.com
Not the easiest place to find but worth the effort. Excellent menu if you like French cuisine. Would happily stay there again
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Not to be revisitedPosted Jun 12, 2013
We had driven for 7 hours to the hotel only to be told at 4pm that the restaurant and room service did not open until 7.30pm. Not a hotel we would ever visit again in any circumstances.
for Familiesby Brian from Ohio
A beautiful treasure of a Chateau!Posted Jun 3, 2013 on Hotels.com
Our first impression of the Chateau was one that made both of my young children say "Oooo!" and the youngest chimed in with "It's a princess castle!" The hotel was well maintained, the room was sufficiently large for our family and the breakfast was very good. But, the grounds are outstanding! We explored all around... the fish in the river, the donkeys to pet, the "secret road" to explore and the wonderful front lawn to run on. Wonderful staff. Aside from breakfast we did not eat at the hotel - we ate in Le Mans instead.
for Familiesby anonomous
Posted May 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
Reservation booked on pictures/comments on website -- we reserved this room several months ago - were not in the chateau, but in the stables. It was a sparsely accomodated room and we finally figured out it was a handicapped room. No restaurants around, so unless you were willing to drive back into LeMans, were captive of their "very expensive" restaurant. Looked online to move after first night, but nothing else available rated as highly in LeMans area. Also difficult to move luggage since we were on a long vacation with heavy bags. Advised reception of what we thought of this accommodation upon checking out. Feel hotel is grossly overrated.
for Everyoneby RS from Surrey, UK
Relaxing overnight breakPosted Jun 18, 2012
Pros: A quiet and peaceful location yet close to the motorway network. Very friendly staff. Good evening meal.
Cons: The bathroom while clean and serviceable was austere.
Location: Out in the country yet within easy striking distance of the motorway network.
The quiet and peaceful location, while still close to the motorway network, provided a restful stop on the long journey south through France. Very friendly and welcoming staff. Very good evening meal but breakfast buffet only average.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from miami
Very helpful staffPosted Aug 21, 2011 on Hotels.com
The person in charge of the front desk the morning of our departure went out of her way to help us book our next hotel.She was EXCELLENT!! Breakfast was awesome! (included freshly squeezed orange juice and deliciously machine made coffee)
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Peppard Common, UK
No air con, hard to findPosted Jun 28, 2011
We used a Google Map, but the Pin on the Google map is about 3 miles out and points to someone's private chateau. We phoned the hotel and they struggled to explain in very broken english, and gave us the impression it was our fault. There are signposts on the main road, then no more signposts for 5 miles - you have to drive through a semi-pedestrianised area and it is VERY confusing compared to all the other hotels we drove to. There was no air con at all, so on a hot day it would be awful in the Orangerie, but it was pretty nice otherwise, all very good. For dinner, drive into Le Mans and walk into the old medieval area - there are a couple of good restaurants in the main square that serve fantastic food in cocottes (dishes) - best food we had all week
Recommendedby A verified traveler from London
Classy but off beaten trackPosted Jul 30, 2007
Classic French, amazing shower room in turrets. No chef on the night we arrived (given public holiday) and little suggestion of alternatives provided. That being said, it was a sunday. Although we wee the only guests, they did put on a full breakfast which was good.