We were trying this hotel since we have stayed at other Logis establishments and been impressed. Wanted a change, and boy did we get it.
Basil Fawlty is not dead. The gent who greeted us has a scary similarity to the 70's character Basil Fawlty in Fawlty Towers.
The room was pleasant enough, the bed adequately supportive, towels a little threadbare, but for 2 rating for accommodation, it was OK. The restaurant was rated 3. This was a disaster. It started with a dirty wine glass, which when asked for it to be replaced was met by sullenness from our cough plagued waitress. The wine was offered, but not poured. The salmon mouse starter had a bone in one, and living fly on the other. The Duck au Cerise was minus the Cerise sauce (it had some sauce, but not been near a cerise) and the duck was tough and grissly. The beef was pleasant, but neither dish had much veg. Two, yes 2, Mangetouts, 3 micro broccoli heads, half a mini carrot, one slice of roast potato and a handful of green beans. Excessive protein with no balance in the vegs at all. The cheese course presented a range of cheeses, including three versions of the local Neufchatel variety. The accompanying bread and butter was only provided when I asked for it. the bread was dense and over crisp. Tired even. So to the final course, Dessert, which had to be ordered at the start of the meal. This was also a let down. A MilleFeuille with tough but thin pastry and a pear tarte that seemed to be tinned pears on a slab of pastry. Fellow diners pulled faces at their Pear tarte too.
So the meal was poor, the service insolent..and the 60+Euro cost an outrage.
Breakfast was lack-lustre too. Cold hard boiled eggs - really!
All that was missing was being slapped or having something thrown at us, and I'd have been in Fawlty Towers.
I can only say AVOID. Visited June 2013.
Don't book this hotel!
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