See why so many travelers make Chateau Corneille their hotel of choice when visiting Vieux-Villez. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
A gift shop is one of the conveniences offered at this hotel. In addition, Chateau Corneille offers an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Vieux-Villez trip additionally gratifying. If you are driving to Chateau Corneille, free parking is available.
Travelers looking for French restaurants can head to Chateau Corneille - La Closerie.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Chateau Corneille as you experience all of the things Vieux-Villez has to offer.
Stayed here a Sunday night. Chateau tired looking and grounds very unkempt, no one to meet us and all public areas were locked. We knew the restaurant would be closed and we would be left a cold meal in our fridge but we were led to believe when we booked that the bar would be open. Our meal consisted of a tasteless chicken terrine, a few slices of chicken on couscous and a panacotta (which was the best bit of the meal). All had to be eaten from the plastic containers that contained the food - no plates. No corkscrew provided so couldn’t even have a glass of wine. To cap it all a barely warm shower the following morning. Very poor.
Great stay. The Chateau and gardens are perfect to relax and disconnect. You feel at home. Many things to do around. The staff is very nice and helpful, always smiling. The restaurant is just delicious. Highly recommended!
Always looking for somewhere 'different' to stay on our journeys back and forth to South West France, we decided on this very attractive chateau set in its own park in an almost non-existent village. Our room was large (we had a medium sized dog with us), and the bed (although two singles joined together) was very comfortable. Great shower in the bathroom too!. Service at reception was a bit 'hit and miss' and we were surprised to see keys left out for late arrivals (at 7pm!). Breakfast was simple but adequate, but expensive at €11 each. We also felt the charge for the dog €12 was a little high. On the whole we would stay there again as its location was very convenient
Beautiful small Chateau with a delicious restaurant that can deliver to your room during the Covid period. We stopped there on our way back from Normandie to Paris. The staff was really nice ! Looking forward to going back after the pandemic ! All the family enjoyed its time there (go give a look with your kids to the chickens' house, it's near the parc's entrance ;) )
the staff were the best part of the trip. very helpful and made sure I was comfortable. look forward to another visit The gardens and the old building are extremely attractive. I especially like the pink bits
This is a lovely place in a tiny village with a great restaurant and service. The only problem was that they tried to fit a double bed into a single room, which meant that we had no bedside lights, tables or headboard, so don't accept Room 4 if you are two people! However, we will be back and will fir in a visit to Giverny whilst we do so. Despite the room problem, this is a really lovely hotel.
Standard room ok, but a mish-mash of colours/styles and wallpaper coming off the wall. No lift in this hotel, which if your waiting for a hip prosthesis and you go up two floors is a bit of a problem. Bad lack of communication between hotel and restaurant staff - but not I would stress the restaurant at fault. Also for a hotel with several rooms and a big restaurant no Manager or Assistant Manager on at weekend. Everything was left to a young girl who was responsible for being chamber maid/bar attendant/receptionist etc. We were a group and we had a problem. No one of any authority came and dealt with it even though they had been phoned. Hotel pleasant but organisation disgusting. If this was a person's first experience of a Logis Hotel, then I'm sorry as Logis are an amazing group. We have stayed in many Logis hotels around France and, indeed, have one close to us here in the Vendee which is always amazing.…
Beautiful chateau, with amenities you would expect from its Logis rating and a good restaurant. However, we travelled with a group of friends and were presented with a final bill that bore no relation to the quotation that we had been sent beforehand. It took a lot of sorting out due to the lack of any effective management on duty at the weekend. There seemed to be a lack of communication between the restaurant and the hotel reception9not the restaurant's fault). The difference in the extra amount that was demanded of the group was considerable. It was all sorted out eventually , but it put a damper on the end of what had until then been a very enjoyable trip across France. We use Logis hotels frequently and this was not the welcome we have come to expect from the brand. Oh yes, and those breakfasts are not worth 13 euros, especially when they should have been included in the room price.…
Good accommodation in a quaint chateau that has seen better days but for all that is a very pleasant place to stay for a couple of nights. Room was a little tired but bed very comfy. No drawer space anywhere and fitted wardrobe on the small size given the ratio to the room size. Shower good. Bathroom again a little on the small size given the room size. Breakfast uninspiring and very little choice and certainly not worth 13 euros of you had to pay for it seperately to a B&B price. Also not replenished quick enough or at all when items ran out. Organisationally it was a bit like Fawlty Towers but with female Basil's
We found Chateau Corneille by chance on our way back to the UK from the South and it was a great choice. The building is beautiful, the room was very comfortable and the bathroom modern and spotlessly clean. We had an evening meal at the separate restaurant which was well supported on a Thursday evening. The meal was excellent in a fairly traditional style. Our breakfast in the main building was also good but at €13 we thought a bit too expensive.