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We visited our son who is working near here, and The Hotel de France was a great place to stay for a few nights. Very friendly and helpful staff, clean well decorated rooms, and in the centre of a lovely town with easy parking and...More
Stayed here in mid-October, only for one night on the way back to Calais but will definitely be visiting again!!
We got a very friendly welcome, after a 4 hour drive and was shown to our room straight away. The rooms are great and little...More
We stopped at Hotel de France on our way from Calais to the Dordogne. La Chartre-sur-le-Loir is a delightful little village about 40km South of Le Mans and has been connected with the 24 Hour race for many years as is evidenced by the photos...More
My wife and I stayed here for 3 nights on our way between Chantilly and Angoulême, we had asked if we could have the same room (Roy Salvadori) as on our last visit - no problem, similarly secure parking for our Morgan. This hotel/bar/restaurant really...More
This hotel quite rightly trades on its motor racing history,but it is ideal as a stop off point on the way to or from the channel ports.It is situated in a quiet square in this pleasant town.Rooms have been renovated to a good standard with...More
Response from Alastairl24 | Reviewed this property |
I know that dogs are allowed in the restaurant and bar, I don't know about the bedrooms. I'm sure the hotel will answer your email or phone call, all the staff speak good English and the owners and managers are English... More
I know that dogs are allowed in the restaurant and bar, I don't know about the bedrooms. I'm sure the hotel will answer your email or phone call, all the staff speak good English and the owners and managers are English anyway.
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"Rooms overlooking the square are lovely, don't worry about noise, there wasn't any"