Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 Room cleanliness
4.9 Service & staff
4.7 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby MC from NYC
Great find for an off-the-beaten path vacationPosted Jun 26, 2013 on Hotels.com
Upon making a reservations on hotels.com, Isabelle (owner of the property) emailed us and basically planned our whole stay in the St Emilion region. She booked vineyard tours for us and the dinner recommendations were excellent (although we could have done without the Micheline star one). The only thing to note is breakfast was charged extra and a bit pricey. The design is beautiful and our stay was overall extremely enjoyable.
for Everyoneby Brian from Hampshire, UK
A great place to stayPosted May 26, 2013
Pros: Decor, comfort, views, hostess, & breakfast
Cons: No bad points
Location: On the banks of the Dordogne just 15 minutes drive from St Emilion. Superb views of the river.
Isabelle and her family have worked hard to create a stylish and comfortable environment for guests in their beautiful old chateau. We stayed in the Pavilon, which is a small cottage in the chateau's grounds with great views from it's position on the banks of the Dordogne. The Pavilon is ideal for a couple in it's lovely upstairs bedroom but does have a convertible double bed in the downstairs lounge as well. Isabelle's breakfasts, eaten round a large communal table in the splendid dining room, are a delight with pancakes etc made to order. We would thoroughly recommend Chateau de Courtbotte to anyone staying in this area.
for Couplesby Troy from UK
SuperbPosted May 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great location, fantastic Chateau, superb hostess. This was easily one of our best mid-week breaks. Isabelle, our hostess, managed everything and made this a fantastic time. St Emilion is beautiful and the local restaurant (Auberge de Saint Jean) was great.
for Couplesby Tim
Great B&B near St. EmilionPosted Nov 18, 2012 on Hotels.com
This is a great B&B in an old Chateau that is being refurbished. The rooms are very modern and extremely nice and the service could not be better. My wife and I decided at last minute to stay there and booked the hotel Friday evening. Saturday morning I received an email from Isabelle asking if we were interested in a local winery tour or if she could book a reservation for us at a local restaurant. We did both and had a fantastic weekend. Location is about 10 min drive from St. Emilion in a small town along the Dordogne river. Rooms have a view of the river and have wifi, satellite TV, very comfortable bed. We will definitely be staying there again, great B&B!
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 4, 2012 on Hotels.com
This is a gem of a chateau with a family feeling to it. the location is hard to find, but very special, with a view of the river from the garden and a unique experience. Breakfast was delicious and the local restaurant a treasure.
for Everyoneby DCFN from NZ via London
The best of the DordognePosted Apr 9, 2012
Had a lovely stay here. Unfortunately we didn't arrive early enough to make the most of this beautiful Chateau, but we would recommend it highly. The Chateau has recently been refurbished to an exquisite standard and our suite was beautiful. Isabelle was the perfect host, even waking up early on Easter Sunday to get us back on the road by 8am. Can't wait to go back.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Gilford, NH USA
Top shelf, and will only be better as additional finishing touches are madePosted Oct 3, 2011
Don't miss Chateau Courtebotte. Isabel and Pascal have done a masterful job of restoring this chateau. Isabel welcomes you into her home as if you were a long-lost family member. You are in a tiny village, but only 10 minutes away from magnificient St. Emillion -- perfect.