Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.5 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Eastleigh, Hampshire.
Owners speak very good englishPosted Oct 1, 2011
Stayed four nights B&B , ideal location for touring, restaurant excellent, evening meals superb but make sure you reserve before 18;00hrs on the day. note: restaurant closed Wednesday evenings. No problem parking.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from UK
Just perfectPosted Jul 26, 2010
A hotel with real character, only a few miles from Avignon, Uzes, Pont du Gard and lovely, sometimes rather wild, countryside. This was our second visit, after a two-year gap and the standard was just as high. The service could not be faulted for attention to detail and customer care. Big, airy bedroom in the best local style - well furnished and comfortable. Breakfasts were everything we could want, taken either in the breakfast room or outside on the terrace. The restaurant is also definitely not average. Well-presented, inventive and delicious dishes; not cheap, but much more than just fuel. Service is formally informal, and very relaxing. Parking is rather limited, but the earlier reviewer must have been unlucky as this is a small out-of-the-way village. Just shows how you shouldn't take security for granted, especially if you have foreign plates.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Great findPosted Jul 4, 2008
The Auberge is a great place to stay for Avignon and the surrounding areas and the staff were very friendly and helpful. It will also be easier to find when the entrance on the main street is finished. Our room was close to the road and rather noisy (it was too hot to close the windows)but comfortable. Tavel is the centre of French Rose wine growing and you should try it - usually good value. The food in the restaurant is fantastic, although the menu is very expensive at up to Euro39.50. There are three other restaurants in the village that are cheaper and probably better value than the Auberge.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Yorkshire
Customer Service is First ClassPosted Sep 27, 2007
On a busy Saturday in July when the hotel was full and there was a wedding due that evening, the proprietor went out to purchase another bed for our room due to a misunderstanding (not on the part of the hotel) with our booking. By the time we had sat down to a delightful meal in the restaurant, the proprietor came to our table to advise us that the new bed was installed in our room ready for our return. What service from a small hotel on a busy day. We shall return to this lovely hotel